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Update Mondays: 'Super Mario Run', 'Death Road to Canada', 'Rush Rally 2', 'High Risers', and More

20 minutes agoMobile / Mobile Apps : Touch Arcade

Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It's time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. It's a fine mix of new and old, big and small, and a few things in between this week. Once again, not a huge number, but I think I've picked out

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome to the 184th Android Apps Weekly. This week we talk about Super Mario Run's official Android release, Android O, and more apps and games news!

This app is absolutely exploding right now and it's all because of Snapchat

Quick: if you had to pick one app that had the-best-year-ever in 2016 what would you pick? Pokémon Go? Super Mario Run? Instagram?  How about Bitmoji? That's right, the Snapchat-owned app for making customizable emoji is, by at least one measure, besting all the competition. Show More Summary

Mario Run Disappointed Nintendo, but What Will They Learn as They Stick to Up-Front Pricing? - Continue?

2 days agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Super Mario Run—finally out on Android after initial iOS exclusivity—was a bit of an outlier in the world of mobile games not just for being the first real Nintendo game on smartphones, but because the full game was offered for a (relatively) high $10, rather than making money off of pay-as-you-go micro-transactions. Show More Summary

Super Mario Run revenue fell short of expectations, says Nintendo

The free-to-try mobile game Super Mario Run didn't sell quite as well as Nintendo had hoped, but the company still prefers its business model over freemium or 'gacha' games....

Nintendo not trending towards microtransactions despite poor Super Mario Run sales

Despite being downloaded 78 million times as of two months ago, Super Mario Run "did not meet our expectations," in terms of actual money made, Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima told Nikkei. It's worth noting that an estimated four...Show More Summary

Super Mario Run Didn’t Meet Nintendo’s Expectations

Speaking with Japan’s Nikkei, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima revealed that Super Mario Run did not meet the company’s expectations. Though profitable, it didn’t hit its sales targets. There are a number of reasons […] The post Super Mario Run Didn’t Meet Nintendo’s Expectations appeared first on Geek.com.

GamesBeat weekly roundup: Mass Effect: Andromeda’s tired face, and Brian Fargo’s retirement

Welcome to another GamesBeat weekly roundup! This time, Super Mario Run finally come out on Android, Yooka-Laylee’s developers deal with the fallout of a popular YouTuber’s racist remarks, and Red Dead Redemption is coming to PC … as a Grand Theft Auto V mod. Please check out our GamesBeat Summit 2017 event coming May 1-2 […]

Nintendo: Super Mario Run sales "did not meet our expectations"

Super Mario Run was downloaded 78m times but still did not make as much money as Nintendo had expected. The side-scrolling platformer burned bright but quickly disappeared from the iOS App Store chart - due in large part to its short trial and subsequent £7.99 upfront charge to keep playing. (That price is now £9.99, due to Apple's recent store-wide changes.) Read more…

Nintendo Explains the Pay Model of 'Super Mario Run', and Hints at a Future Focus on Premium Titles

Super Mario Run [Free] finally launched on Android this week after many months of iOS exclusivity, and everyone's second favorite plumber taking the limelight yet again has led to much speculation and discussion over whether Nintendo's first true mobile title has been a success or not. Compared to the cash cow and cultural phenomenon that

The first 'Super Mario' game for Android is excellent, gorgeous, and too short

Good news: The first "Super Mario" game for iPhone and iPad — which finally arrived on Android this week, after a 99-day exclusivity period with Apple — is really, really good. The game is "Super Mario Run," and it's the first smartphone...Show More Summary

Super Mario Run for Android: Everything you need to know

Super Mario has finally arrived on Android! Here we go! After a long wait, Super Mario Run is finally available for Android from the Google Play Store. It's Nintendo's second game released for Android after Fire Emblem Heroes and its third official app after Miitomo. Show More Summary

Nintendo prefers Super Mario Run's payment strategy to Fire Emblem Heroes

Coming from Nintendo's Tatsumi Kimishima, as well as an unnamed senior company official... - revenue from Super Mario Run "did not meet our expectations" - Nintendo has no intention of switching focus to freemium games - "Fire Emblem Heroes' is an outlier. Show More Summary

Top 10 New Android Games This Week: Super Mario Run, Cliff Hopper

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any [...]

Super Mario Run Finally Available on Android

Super Mario Run arrived first for iOS, and Android users were not too happy about having to wait so long. At this point, the hype has died down and people have generally moved on to other…

BrandWatch report - Looking at the potential success for Super Mario Run on Android

Will Android users boost the game’s performance? It certainly looks like it. We’ve seen large spikes in mentions as the game becomes available on Android, and they are overwhelmingly positive. However, it’s worth noting that first impressions...Show More Summary

Nintendo Download: Splatoon 2 Global Testfire

It's a really weird Nintendo Download this week, as there's a ton of different platforms to juggle. For one there's Android, as Super Mario Run finally lost its iOS exclusivity. In other portable news, Japanese Rail Sim 3D and SuperShow More Summary

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