Xbox Live Arcade set a new record last year with an estimated $144 million in revenue, according to analyst firm Forecasting & Analyzing Digital Entertainment (or FADE if you're cool).
Leading the revenue sales is the Ubisoft published god game From Dust, which was designed by Another World creator Eric Chahi and developed by Ubisoft Montpellier.
The title was released as part of Microsoft's Summer of Arcade promotion in July and sold 308,000 units, racking up an estimated $4.6 million in revenue, according to FADE.
Microsoft's Full House Poker managed to shift the most overall units last year, reaching No.4 in order of annual gross revenue with an estimated $3.6 million generated.
Overall the platform holder saw an 18% increase in Xbox Live Arcade title growth.
Here's the full list of estimated top ten selling titles for 2011, ordered by number of units sold.
2. Castle Crashers (The Behemoth) - 335,000 Units / $4.6 Million USD ($13.69 ASP)
3. Fruit Ninja Kinect (Halfbrick Studios) - 324,000 Units / $3.2 Million USD
4. From Dust (Ubisoft) - 308,000 Units / $4.6 Million USD ($15.00 ASP)
5. Trials HD (RedLynx, LTD) - 286,000 Units / $4.0 Million USD ($13.80 ASP)
6. Magic: The Gathering (Stainless Games) - 278,000 Units / $2.7 Million USD ($9.71 ASP)
7. Torchlight (Runic Games) - 272,000 Units / $4.0 Million USD ($14.64 ASP)
8. Toy Soldiers: Cold War (Signal Studios) - 241,000 Units / $3.6 Million USD ($15.00 ASP)
9. Bastion (Supergiant Games) - 241,000 Units / $3.6 Million USD ($15.00 ASP)
10. Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale (Bedlam Games) - 210,000 Units / $2.8 Million USD ($13.38 ASP)
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