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When it comes to mobile games, Nintendo has had mixed success on that front. While many heralded the company finally giving in and releasing games on mobile, the releases so far have been a mixed bag of success where some, such as Miitomo have since shut down, while others such as Super Mario Run haven’t done as well as Nintendo would have liked.

However if there is one game that seems to be successful, it would be Fire Emblem Heroes where according to the data from Sensor Tower, it appears that the game has managed to make Nintendo $400 million from in-app purchases to date. This means that since a report from earlier this year that revealed that the game made $300 million, that means an extra $100 million from then till now.

Sensor Tower also reveals how much Nintendo’s other games made such as Super Mario Run which only managed to achieve $64 million (this is by no means a small figure, but it does pale in comparison to Fire Emblem Heroes), and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp which has earned $24 million to date.

The report also reveals that on average, the game has managed to earn Nintendo $20 million a month and doesn’t seem to be showing any signs of slowing down.

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