ELSPA has announced the top ten UK mobile titles for the month of April, revealing that Glu's Sonic the Hedgehog is still topping the chat - with EA's Tetris also holding firm in the number two spot.
Last month's number three title, EA's LMA Manager 2006, is gone from the top ten entirely, though - but the publisher is unlikely to be too distraught, since it's replaced by another EA game, The Sims 2, which rises two places this month.
Looking further down the chart, THQ's Worms continues to be successful, rising four places to number four, while another classic arcade style title, GameLoft's Block Breaker Deluxe, is at number five.
Both EA and Glu manage three titles apiece in the top ten; EA's list is filled out by FIFA 2006 at number eight, while Glu has Ice Age 2 at number six, and Monopoly at number seven.
At the bottom of the top ten, Player One's Ronnie O'Sullivan Snooker is at number nine, while Eidos' Championship Manager 2006 enters the ranking at number ten.
The charts are compiled each month by ELSPA, using data from the UK's mobile operators - 3, O2, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodafone.