Supercell's Clash of Clans was the top-grossing mobile game of the decade, while Subway Surfers was the most-downloaded, according to mobile data and analytics firm App Annie.
The top-downloaded title from 2010 to 2019, Subway Surfers, passed 2.5 billion downloads in mid-2018, and was the first-ever game to reach 1 billion downloads on Android alone. It has continued to grow since, including reaching the third most-downloaded title for 2019 alone. The game was launched by Dutch developers Kiloo and SYBO Games in 2012, and has since gone on to spawn an animated series and lifestyle brand.
On the list of top-downloaded games in 2019 alone, No.8 Homescapes had reached 223 million downloads by November, and Call of Duty Mobile was downloaded 148 million times in its first month. It was also named Mobile Game of the Year by both Google Play and The Game Awards.
By revenue, Fate/Grand Order was No.1 for 2019 and No.5 for the decade. But for 2010 to 2019, Supercell's Clash of Clans wore the crown. Its last major milestone was grossing an estimated more than $6.4 billion as of earlier this year.
For comparison, Pokemon GO at No.8 for the decade had surpassed $3 billion in lifetime revenue in October of this year.