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Rubicon Development

Apps:

Download Yachty Deluxe FREE Yachty Deluxe FREE icon

Yachty Deluxe FREE

★ Officially the best dice game ever: http://bestappever.com/awards/20...

Free | 8 14.5K

8 Users
rating
Download Great Big War Game Great Big War Game icon

Great Big War Game

A greater turn-based game than its more little predecessor

$6.99 | 7 7.1K

7 Expert
rating
Download Goldrush Coin Falls Goldrush Coin Falls icon

Goldrush Coin Falls

From our Best Free Game range, Goldrush Coin Falls. You've played...

Free | 6.4 3.2K

6.4 Users
rating

Summary:

Rubicon Development has 20 apps available and 1 deleted apps in Google Play.

Rubicon Development first app (Great Little War Game) was published 4 years ago and the last one (Zombies Dead in 20 - Free) was published 1 year ago .

Android total downloads for Rubicon Development apps sum 2422500 (the most downloaded Yachty Deluxe FREE for Android).

The average users' rating for Rubicon Development apps is 4.06/5.

Google Play categories distribution:

  • -2 apps in the category Action
  • -1 apps in the category Arcade
  • -2 apps in the category Board
  • -5 apps in the category Casino
  • -3 apps in the category Casual
  • -1 apps in the category Sports
  • -7 apps in the category Strategy

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