Dr. Mario World, the sixth mobile video game produced by Nintendo since it launched in this market, has not produced exciting numbers for the Big N. In fact, the game’s sales figures have been released in the past few hours, which confirm the lukewarm interest of the public in the headings of the title.
In the first month, Dr. Mario World earned $1.4 million and was downloaded a total of 7.5 million times. Numbers that are certainly not screaming failure, but not even a miracle, considering that we are still talking about Nintendo, probably the most popular videogame brand in the world.
And therefore, comparing the game to the other mobile titles of the Grande N, here is that Dr. Mario World is the one that is the first month since the exit has earned less money ever. The first in this special ranking is Fire Emblem Heroes, which generated $67.6 million in earnings over the same period, while the less profitable title, before Dr. Mario World, is the Animal Crossing mobile game, which has, however, he brought $13.6 million to the company.
In terms of earnings per download, the figures are even less exciting. There is the talk of $0.19 for downloads spent by players, with the Japanese confirming the market where the title is most popular, given that over 55% of the profits come from there. In the United States, the game has been downloaded 2.6 million times.
What do you think of these numbers? Did you expect better from Dr. Mario World?