Trials HD hits 1m sales across game/DLC

XBLA sales data has surprises.

RedLynx has sold over one million pieces of content on Xbox Live.

That's over 825,000 copies of Trials HD at 1200 MSP (£10.20/$14) a pop, and over 185,000 copies of the Big Pack DLC at 400 MSP (£3.40/€4.65) apiece. Drinks on them!

GamerBytes correlates the sales data by painstakingly analysing leaderboards for each game, because these generally tell you how many people are playing.

Best sellers are Castle Crashers over with 1.5m sales, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1989 with over 790,000, Marble Blast Ultra with over 650,000 and Undertow with over 625,000.

Worms has nearly 485,000 sales, Shadow Complex has around 430,000 and A Kingdom for Keflings has nearly 400,000.

In the 300,000 bracket are some of the best games available: N+ with over 370,000 sales, Braid with nearly 360,000 sales, Geometry Wars 2 with nearly 335,000 sales and Peggle with nearly 330,000 sales.

Pinball FX has nearly 350,000 sales and Sonic 1 & 2 have 350,000 and 370,000 sales respectively. Easy money.

Disappointingly, Darwinia+ has only 5198 sales, and the Wallace & Gromit adventure series by Telltale fell from 25,000 sales for the first episode down to 5000 and then 3000 for subsequent instalments.

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