Football Manager and Minecraft top App Store charts

Sega’s Football Manager Handheld and the Pocket Edition of Mojang’s Minecraft topped the iPhone and iPad charts respectively.

Football Manager Handheld 2015 went to No.1 in the iPhone charts as last week’s top spot holder The 7 Second Challenge falls to sixth place.

Meanwhile, Ninja Kiwi’s Bloons TD 5 and Terraria return to the Top Ten, coming in at eighth and tenth place respectively.

Over in the iPad Top Ten, indie darling Minecraft is still No.1, with Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 still in second place. Terraria drops out of the Top Ten entirely, while Build Battle 2 enters the chart at tenth place.

Below are the App Store games charts for the week ending August 16th:

iPhone Paid Top Ten:

1. Football Manager Handheld 2015, Sega
2. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mokang
3. Storage Hunters UK: The Game, UKTV
4. Monopoly, EA
5. Heads Up!, Warner Bros
6. The 7 Second Challenge, Mind Candy
7. Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, Scott Cawthon
8. Bloons TD 5, Ninja Kiwi
9. Farming Simulator 16, Giants Software
10. Terraria, 505 Games

iPhone Free Top Ten:

1. Score! Hero, First Touch
2. Ball Jump, Ketchapp
3. Logos Quiz, Guillaume Coulbaux
4. Angry Birds 2, Rovio
5. Puzzle 11, Akihiro Shimizu
6. Paradise Bay, King
7. Cooking Mama: Let’s Cook!, Office Create
8. Cube Jump, Ketchapp
9., Miniclip
10. Cooking Fever

iPad Paid Top Ten:

1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
2. Five Nights at Freddys 4, Scott Cawthon
3. Terraria, 505 Games
4. Farming Simulator 16, Giants Software
5. Living Legends: Wrath of the Beast HD, Big Fish
6. Monument Valley, Ustwo
7. Football Manager Classic 2015, Sega
8. Build Battle, Orgonite
9. Football Manager Handheld 2015, Sega
10. Build Battle 2, Linal Richmore

iPad Free Top Ten:

1. Paradise Bay, King
2. Score! Hero, First Touch
3. Agar,io, Miniclip
4. Fix It Girls – Summer Fun, TabTale
5. Angry Birds 2, Rovio
6. Cooking Mama Let’s Cook, Office Create
8. Ball Jump, Ketchapp
9. Jurassic World: The Game, Ludia
10. Jenga, NaturalMotion

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