Here’s a fact that might not be entirely too surprising: People are hungry for World of Warcraft. Seriously, I still know people who spend hours upon hours a day and have been playing with the same fervor since it was released in 2004. Also, tickets for Blizzcon, Blizzard’s yearly almost entirelyWoW-centric convention, sell out within seconds of going up for sale. So, really, Gameloft couldn’t have picked a better game to clone with Order & Chaos [$6.99], especially judging by the fact that the company just announced that they’ve managed to make $1,000,000 in the first 20 days that it was available on the App Store.
In addition, there’s also an update on the way which fill add some new quests, the ability to migrate characters between servers, and separate chat channels for each language. After that, future updates are planned which will include things like new dungeons and PvP arenas. Something tells me that with the kind of cash Order & Chaos is making, Gameloft will be supporting it very well.
If this is the first you’ve heard of Order & Chaos, we posted both some early impressions as well as describing what it was like leveling from 1-10. The thread on our forums is massive, and worth checking out as well. If you’ve even vaguely dabbled in WoW, consider giving O&C a download. It’s crazy just how much Gameloft has duplicated.