Bingo Bash is the work of developer BitRhymes, with 2.3m monthly active users and an annual run-rate of $45m in revenues according to the company. It’s a multiplayer bingo game, played over the network, with chat and power-ups.
Meanwhile, Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle is developed by Kabam, and has 340k MAUs on Facebook, but a reputation for strong revenues through in-app purchases. The Android version doesn’t connect to the Facebook version, though: it’s a separate, self-contained game.
It’s the latest sign of popular mobile and/or social games coming to Android as Google’s platform gains momentum for gaming. Other recent examples include Bingo Blitz and Talking Ginger, as well as Pocket Planes.