Indie horror DON'T SCREAM earned more than $900 thousand in two weeks
On October 27, two indie developers Joe Henson and Joure Visser released the horror DON'T SCREAM into early access on Steam. In a conversation with gaming expert Simon Carless, they talked about the success of the game.
DON'T SCREAM is a small game for 18 minutes, the events of which unfold in the mysterious Pineview Forest. Gamers should try not to scream once during the passage, otherwise the game will start over.
The authors of DON'T SCREAM announced their project on October 13. By the 27th, the game had collected over 130 thousand vishlists. Now she has 267 thousand vishlists on her account.
▫️Since the release of early access, DON'T SCREAM has brought developers $928 thousand in gross revenue.
▫️Game sales — 126.6 thousand copies. The percentage of refunds is 29.1%.
▫️The most sales came from the USA (24%), Russia (10%), Germany (9%), Japan (9%) and Argentina (5%).
▫️26.27% of the traffic to the DON'T SCREAM page was obtained thanks to offers in the Steam search. Another 25.78% of traffic is due to getting into the Steam Discovery Queue.