Pockie Ninja has over 1 million daily active players and over 10 million active players a month

In the latest press release of Pockie Ninja, NGames has revealed that their game has amassed over 11 million registrations to date, and now has over 1 million daily active players and over 10 million active players a month. In addition, an accumulative 4.2 million hours of Pockie Ninja is played every day in North America alone and Pockie Ninja players have so far toppled more than 97 billion monsters in the Valhalla zone, racked up 700 billion generic map monsters kills, and have earned more than 2 trillion stones between them.
In other news, the massive Pockie Ninja Anniversary video contest is ready for votes. Players have been creating their own 2-minute videos to pay homage to their favourite anime-inspired experiences from the last 12 months.
Publisher NGames have been so impressed with the efforts of their players that they have upgraded the promised prizes for all winning participants, including the addition of puzzle sets and rare plush toys.
The top 10 winners of the contest will receive massive amounts of in-game gifts, while the top 2 will also walk away with real-world material prizes.
The user-created entries feature an epic fight between Sasuke and Naruto; a fantastic Naruto vs. Bleach battle that marries Pockie Ninja and anime footage together; promotional trailers featuring in-game special effects; and more.
You can watch and vote for your favourite videos here. Voting is open until March 30th.

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