When we wrote initially about James Silva's twin-stick Xbox Live Indie Game, I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MB1ES 1NIT!!!1
, the words "smash hit" didn't exactly come to mind. However, according to GamerBytes' breakdown
of the Indie Games platform's sales over the past year, that's exactly what it was -- it outsold every other game on the service, moving 160,000 units at $1 a pop, which brought in $112,000 in profit for its humble developer, Ska Studios.
Check out GamerBytes' full list of sales data
for more interesting tidbits about the platform's sales. For instance, it might interest you to know that Rumble Massage
was the 6th-highest selling XBL Indie Game of 2009. Oh, sorry, did we say "interest?" We meant "horrify."