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Ravewood Fair passes 10 Million MAU

The Game currently has 10,2 Million MAU and 1,2 DAU (Data retrieved February 25th via Appdata). Quote: Another week of huge gains for Ravenwood Fair has gone by with the game acquiring 547,293 new players. According to AppData, our tracking

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Ravenwood Fair gains 12 Million Players in one Week

Ravenwood Fair currently has 7,6 Million MAU and 935.000 DAU, keeping the growth reported in this Article (Data retrieved February 3rd). Quote: LOLapps’ Ravenwood Fair, the creepy, woodland festival sim designed by game industry veteran and Id Software co-founder John

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LOLapps releases Ravenwood Fair Statistics

To see the charts please use the link below. Quote: In six weeks, the game has grown to 4.4 million users, according to AppData. And in a talk at the Social Gaming Summit East, LOLapps chief executive Arjun Sethi says

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Ravenwood Fair gets its own website and has already over 2 Million MAU

Ravenwood Fair is a huge success for LOLapps, wich started on the 19th of October. The Game reached 2,1 Million MAU and 390.000 DAU in less than 3 weeks [Data retrieved 4th of November] LOLapps has launched its RavenwoodFair.com website,

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Facebook punishes LOLapps %96 No Notifications

All Games from LOLapps are affected except Ravenwood Fair. Social game developer Lolapps Media is one of several firms suffering a ban on user communications following claims that they leaked user details to third parties. Facebook has prevented all but

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Doom and Quake Legend John Romero works on LOLapps Casual Game

John Romero is the creator of the Doom and Quake games that have haunted the memories of a generation of gamers with over-the-top shoot-em-up violence. Now he is trying his hand at making a cute Facebook game called Ravenwood Fair.(…)

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LOLapps was banned three days from Facebook due to breach of Terms

The Wall Street Journal reported that its investigation of Facebook apps found that many of the most popular titles have been transmitting identifying user information to dozens of advertising and internet tracking companies. (…) The apps are not only transmitting

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