Last we heard, which was back in December 2016, Nintendo’s Super Mario Run was downloaded 50 million times. Now according to a tweet by Bloomberg reporter Yuji Nakamura, it has been revealed that the game has since been downloaded 78 million times, and that out of all those downloads, 5% paid for the full version of the game.
While Super Mario Run might have been an iOS exclusive at the start, Nintendo did state that they would eventually bring the game onto Android, although they did not say when. The good news is that you no longer have to wonder about that because Nintendo of Japan has confirmed that they are aiming for a March release.
If you’ve played Super Mario Run, you know that the coins you collect can be used towards building up your kingdom. Now if you’re running low on coins or if you’d like to stockpile your coins, you might be interested to learn that Nintendo has launched a limited time event for the game.
Despite it being shown off on an iPhone and with it being an exclusive to iOS devices at the start, Nintendo has long confirmed that Super Mario Run would eventually find its way onto Android. It was unclear as to when exactly that would be, but it was suggested that it would be in 2017.
When Nintendo released Super Mario Run a couple of weeks ago, it didn’t take long for the app to become the top “Top Grossing” app on the iTunes App Store. Unfortunately it seems that the game has not managed to maintain its position at the top because according to a report from Bloomberg, the game is no longer the highest grossing game.
So a report from yesterday saw Nintendo confirm that Super Mario Run had been downloaded over 40 million times. However it seems that in a span of a few hours, Nintendo managed to close the gap between 40 million and 50 million because according to a tweet by the Super Mario Run account, the game has managed to hit 50 million downloads.
Super Mario Run represents a pretty big leap forwards for Nintendo and their mobile gaming efforts. While it isn’t the company’s first mobile title, it is the first time we are officially seeing Mario arrive on mobile devices. However if there is one thing holding the game back, it would be its exorbitant price tag of $10 to unlock all the levels.
A lot of figures have been floating around recently about the number of times Super Mario Run was downloaded and how much revenue it brought in for Nintendo in the first few days. The company has released some numbers of its own today and they are impressive. Nintendo has confirmed that Super Mario Run was downloaded 40 million times in the first four days since the game was exclusively released […]
If you play Nintendo’s Super Mario Run on your iPhone and you’re trying to save your Rally Tickets for when you’ve had better practice, we get it. However if you’re getting a bit tired of the same old runs over and over again, not to worry as Nintendo has updated the game with a new Friendly Run mode.
Many were excited for Nintendo’s Super Mario Run release, but unfortunately the launch has left many wanting, including Nintendo’s investors. A report from The Wall Street Journal has revealed that following the release of the game, Nintendo’s shares have dropped by as much as 7.1%.
Nintendo’s latest mobile game – Super Mario Run – was first unveiled at the iPhone 7 event earlier this year in September. The game was released a few days ago and it’s exclusive to iOS for a few months. Super Mario Run appears to have gone off to a good start, players who have been hoping for additional content in the form of a paid or free DLC will be […]
According to the stats, Nintendo’s Super Mario Run app for iOS was downloaded a whopping 2.85 million times in its first day. It also managed to become the top “Top Grossing” app on the iTunes App Store, which safe to say means that Nintendo could have pulled in the big bucks, right?
So it has been a few days since Nintendo released Super Mario Run for iOS. For those who have managed to complete all the various levels, you might be interested to learn that Nintendo has pushed out an update for the game in which they are adding some festive items to the game in the form of decorations.
With Mario being pretty much recognizable to all gamers out there, safe to say that many were excited when Super Mario Run was finally released on iOS. In fact within a few hours, it was reported that the game had managed to reach the top spot in the “Top Grossing” charts in the iTunes App Store.