Only about 20% of our converted players (those who play for five consecutive day after creating an account) actually ever pay into the game. However, our non-paying players are just as important to us as paying players. We need non-paying players to contribute to the social and trading community, as much as we need paying players in our game.
Mafia City recently surpassed 100K mafia online players and I am not surprised. The game is an easy one to play for a few minutes and then put down and come back to it later. My son and I are currently tag teaming, I will play for a while and then he will play some later. Also I have not had any trouble selling items for credits in the market!
The game is location-based which means it is played on top of Google maps. When you first join, you begin your adventure by building a safe house and business front where you physically are located. It is pretty cool to see you character cruising down your own street. Right now there no other players (that I can tell) near me so I can grow and expand at will. Having nearby players definitely adds a new dimension to game.
So if you like MMO type mafia games, I would give Mafia City a try. As it is relatively new, this is an excellent time to jump in and stake your claim. If interested, you can check out their online guide here. I look forward to going my mafia and seeing how the game evolves.
Mafia City H5 was the first location-based game from Yotta Games, coming out about 4 years ago and currently has over 1 million players. The game is very similar to Mafia City (or maybe it should be the other way around) but has a medieval theme.