The publisher PlayWay and the developers of Crazy Rocks have reason to rejoice: the sales results of Contraband Police are impressive.
Crazy Rocks studio and PlayWay publisher have boasted about the impressive results of Contraband Police, a game that puts you in the role of a border guard in a fictional communist country in the 1980s.
- Sales on Steam have already exceeded 250,000 copieswhich is a very good result for such a niche production.
- That quarter-million units were purchased within four weeks of release, as released by the Contraband Police on March 8.
- The development of the game took six years.
- Contraband Police took a long time as the team was small, as most of the work on the game was only done by three people, and it wasn’t until the home stretch that they were joined by two other developers.
- Not only is the game selling brilliantly, but it is also garnering rave reviews from gamers: on Steam, 94% of user reviews praise smuggling policewhich is described as a “very positive” reception.
Contraband Police is currently only available on PC. The game can be purchased on Steam. A demo is also available.
The game’s debut was so successful that it broke even after two days. The developers have already announced the console ports that will be released later this year.
- Contraband Police on Steam