As we're reaching the end of another month, Nintendo's recent financial brief for Super Mario Run showed that since release the game's been downloaded over 78 million times.


Though impressive on the outside, it looks like Nintendo aren't best pleased with the result as the total number of purchases sits at about 4 million. Even with such a large number of purchases, this 5% conversion rate means that Nintendo actually fell short of its aim.

Yuji Nakamura reported the figures earlier today and went on to state that Nintendo's president had expected conversions to fall in the double digits, so only achieved half of their original goal.

Nevertheless with the Switch peaking over the horizon and Super Mario Run's Android launch incoming, there's plenty of things to tweak the figures in their favour.

Source: Eurogamer.