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Gunman Clive Sells Over 250,000 Copies

Gunman Clive has sold more than 250,000 copies across all platforms, with the majority of sales accumulated from the Nintendo 3DS version of the action game. Developer Bertil Hörberg recently announced the milestone via Twitter, adding that Japanese sales of the title were also “very good.” Gunman Clive has been available on 3DS since January 2013, and it costs $1.99 to download from the Nintendo eShop.

22 comments

  1. I’m going to put this down to 30% it being a good game and 70% it having a reasonable price.

    I bought it on 3DS purely because it was so cheap compared to everything else on the eShop. Almost everything on the eShop is overpriced. Then Gunman Clive comes along and was pretty much the cheapest thing on there at the time.

    Great game. Great price. Great sales.

    1. i partially agree the pricing of this game pulled me over the edge it’s really good but wouldn’t have bought it at €5 or more
      that said it really shows that when porting mobile games to 3ds or wii u it’s better to ask the same price or a little bit more than mobile versions
      Not what gamevil did with zenonia1 that’s currently still costing €8 while android version was a free game or angry birds selling for €40 it’s crazy

    2. The only bad thing about the game is that it’s short. Aside from that, it has top notch game design, something that’s very rare nowdays, I was very surprised to see it into such a small game

    3. Excellent point. I like this game, but like you nabbed it for the price. It’s price to fun/quality ratio is very high. The title stands out because it’s not crap. Do not get me wrong, I enjoy this one very much, but it’s praise seems mostly centered around it being affordable and not terrible all at the same time.

  2. We would like to a thank the Bertil Horberg for choosing to put his game on de Nintendo 3DS. We are glady his game did well and hope he understands!

  3. It wasn’t one of the best games but it wasn’t a disaster either, I think the selling point was the price, I picked it up on a sale for only R18 (people who are unfamiliar with South African economy, R18 is really cheap)

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