Players created 85.3 million vaults and spent a combined 29 million hours playing the game during its first month.
Bethesda has published a new infographic that shows off some of the huge in-game milestones that Fallout Shelter players achieved during the game's first month.
Players have logged more than 1 billion total play sessions and created more than 85.3 million vaults in the month after its launch for iOS devices in June. Their characters gave birth to close to 82 million babies, and in all, people have spent more than 29 million combined hours playing Fallout Shelter.
Some other notable numbers include 119.5 million fires started, 20.9 million deaths in the Wasteland, and 118.7 million Radroach infestations. For more, take a look at the infographic below.
The numbers in the infographic represent figures from the game's first month, and thus Android statistics are left out. The game was only just released for Android on August 13.
One notable absence from the infographic is the total number of downloads for Fallout Shelter. Bethesda also hasn't said how much revenue the game is pulling in, but a research firm revealed last month that it made $5.1 million during its first two weeks.