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Miniclip announced today that its games have exceeded 4 billion downloads combined. The casual games platform features several games, including Agar.io, 8 Ball Pool, and Baseball Clash.

Miniclip got its start in 2001 and currently employs over 900 people in 13 countries. The company hit its last milestone, 3 billion downloads, in June 2020, with its over 60 games. Its most popular game is 8 Ball Pool, which earned a Guinness World Record for most downloaded mobile pool game.

Paul Bugryniec, Miniclip’s chief analytics officer, said in a statement, “Reaching four billion downloads is a wonderful way to finish off the first quarter of what is already set to be a fantastic year at Miniclip. We’re delighted that our games are continuing to make their way into the pockets of gamers around the world, and we want to thank all of the talented Miniclippers and studios who have helped us achieve this milestone.”

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