Studio claims number of illegal copies rose to 99 per cent in some countries

High piracy rates on Android forced Madfinger to make its Dead Trigger app free-to-play, the studio has claimed.
Speaking to PocketGamer, the Shadow Gun developer's marketing manager Anna Porizkova said that piracy rates on the zombie shooter were as high as 80 per cent.

She also claimed that some countries saw that number rise to 99 per cent.
Porizkova added that she understood why many customers were disappointed with the move, having already paid $1 for the game, but hoped users would feel early access to the title was worth the money.
“We absolutely understand that people are angry because they paid for something that is now for free,” she said.