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Period Cube: Shackles of Amadeus

PS Vita
Total player count
as of 18 October 2020
New players
18 Sep – 18 Oct
Returning players
Returning players who have earned at least one trophy in the last month.

Total player count by date

Note: so far, the chart is not accurate before 1 June 2018.
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PS Vita

18,000 players (96%)
earned at least one trophy

<100 accounts
with nothing but Period Cube: Shackles of Amadeus

75 games
the median number of games on accounts with Period Cube: Shackles of Amadeus

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America2.5x more popular38%
Central and South America5x less popular0.5%
Western and Northern Europeworldwide average14%
Eastern and Southern Europeworldwide average1.8%
Asia1.6x more popular41%
Australia and New Zealand2x more popular1.5%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
Canada1.7x more popular4%
Germany1.7x more popular4%
Netherlands1.7x more popular0.8%
United States1.5x more popular34%
South Korea1.5x more popular1%
Japan1.5x more popular35%
Australia1.4x more popular1.5%
Hong Kong1.2x more popular5%
Chinaworldwide average0.8%
United Kingdomworldwide average6%
Russia1.3x less popular1.5%
Belgium1.5x less popular0.5%
Portugal2x less popular0.3%
Poland2x less popular0.3%
Brazil5x less popular0.3%
France6x less popular1%
Italy6x less popular0.3%
Spain8x less popular0.5%
Mexico13x less popular0.3%
Taiwan ~ 0%
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