Want to learn more about Miniclip?  Read on for some quick facts and stats...


  • Miniclip was founded in 2001 by two friends, Rob Small and Tihan Presbie
  • The website has seen continuous rapid growth with now over 100 million users per month
  • Miniclip's mobile division reached cumulative downloads of over 50 million on iOS within 15 months of operations, and has since passed 300 million downloads on all platforms
  • The USA, UK, Canada, Australia and India are the top 5 countries with the most Miniclip players
Yomes
  • The Miniclip Group is an international organisation with offices in Switzerland, Portugal, Italy and the UK
  • Miniclip has released over 40 mobile games, frequently hitting Top 10 apps charts for iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices
  • We have over 900 games on Miniclip.Com and on average releases two new games every week
  • Our most popular online action game is Free Running 2
  • Miniclip's iPhone game Fragger has been downloaded over 4.7 million times
Fragger
  • There are over 140 Miniclip employees worldwide, drawn from 18 nationalities
  • Our most popular puzzle game is Fireboy & Watergirl in Light Temple
  • The name Miniclip came from the early days when the website published games and clips of interactive cartoons & animations, but games quickly became our focus
  • Our most popular sports themed game is Motocross Nitro
  • Over 10 billion games of 8 Ball Pool had been played by November 2013
8 Ball Pool Multiplayer
  • Miniclip is translated into 17 languages, the latest being Hindi
  • Miniclip's passionate community of gamers interacts not only via the website and mobile but also on our Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn pages and our YouTube channels
  • Our most popular brain game is Anagram Magic
  • The first viral game hit made by Miniclip was "Dancing Bush", featuring a version of then-President George W getting groovy on the dance-floor.  It was made by the co-founders themselves; one filming, the other dancing!
Dancing Bush