Revenue for InnoGames rose by 50 per cent during 2013 to record levels.
Throughout the last year the company has hired almost 100 staff, and now houses 290 employees.
As part of its plans for further growth, the studio is set to move its HQ to a new office office in Hamburg as it looks to hire a further 100 staff in 2014.
"The growth we have achieved is based on a large number of improvements in our current games and the launch of some companion mobile apps," said InnoGames CEO Hendrik Klindworth.
"The fact that we were able to achieve the increase in revenue by our existing games alone illustrates the long-lasting success our portfolio offers, while also proving how stable the economic foundation is at InnoGames."
The company has developed a number of titles including Grepolis and Tribal Wars, and has 100m registered users across its portfolio of games.
Moving forward, InnoGames said it plans to continue its push into the mobile sector.
"We began expanding our mobile development in 2013 and plan to continue this mobile offensive in the new year. The successful launch of Grepolis’ and Tribal Wars’ mobile versions demonstrates the cross-platform needs of our players," said Klindworth.