Super Mario Run Downloaded 78 Million Times And More Than 5% Paid To Unlock

Nintendo has confirmed today that the immensely fun Super Mario Run has been downloaded an incredible 78 million times on iOS devices since it launched. However, only 5 percent of consumers that downloaded the game have coughed up for the full version of the 2D platformer. Super Mario Run will be given a new lease of life as it is coming to Android in March.

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14 thoughts on “Super Mario Run Downloaded 78 Million Times And More Than 5% Paid To Unlock

  1. Well.. roughly 4 million isn’t bad at all. I do still find it funny that people will complain about the $10 cost to unlock, but have no problem spending more than than on microtransactions in other games on their phone.

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    1. “but have no problem spending more than than on microtransactions in other games on their phone.”

      you do realize that most gamers dont pay micro transactions. I never have gotten any of them so whats your argument torwd me

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  2. Pokemon Go brings that much in a DAY… and dwarfs Super Mario Run revenue.

    Nintendo though SMR would be just as successful.. LMAO. Oh Nintendo. You know nothing John Snow.

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    1. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

      Isn’t it spelled Jon, though? *looks it up* Yep. No h in Jon Snow.

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  3. That’s why cellphone games don’t sell unless you have one gem! I’m sorry but those Nintendo execs need to understand they will not get the same money from a console game on mobiles. =/

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  4. If I am an android fan and like mobile gaming. I wouldn’t pay for it
    As I would feel like a 2nd class customer. That reminds me how come super Mario run didn’t perform as well as the analysts predicted not
    From memory it should have hit 600M by now

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