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"Mario Kart Tour" clocked an estimated 90 million downloads in the week following its debut, according to a report released Wednesday, making the racing game Nintendo's fastest moving mobile launch ever.
Nintendo franchise Mario Kart officially arrived on Apple's iOS and Google's Android on Wednesday with the launch of "Mario Kart Tour," marking a mobile platform debut for the popular racing game series.
"Pokemon Sleep" tracks player sleep patterns and has been announced alongside a Pokemon cloud service that lets users continue games across several devices. There are also new games for iOS and Nintendo Switch, plus an expanded clothing range.
In what would be an unusual step for most companies, Nintendo is reportedly telling its partner mobile developers to avoid squeezing players too hard for in-app purchases — even though both parties would stand to benefit from the revenue.
Nintendo's most successful smartphone game to date is "Fire Emblem Heroes," reaping over $500 million and brushing away all of the company's other properties like "Super Mario Run" and "Animal Crossing."
Nintendo's "Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp" — once a highly-anticipated iOS and Android game — only recently surpassed $50 million in global player spending, making it the slowest of Nintendo's smartphone games to do so.
Nintendo's mobile "Run" adaptation of its Super Mario franchise was introduced with great fanfare at the introduction of iPhone 7 in September 2016. It has since reached $60 million in revenue globally, but more than three quarters of that has come from Apple's App Store versus Android and Google Play.