According to their data, Dr. Mario World has so far been downloaded 2 million times and earned around $100,000 in the first three days since it was released on July 9-10 2019. While these figures sound fairly impressive, the game’s performance doesn’t quite match up to what Fire Emblem Heroes, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Dragalia Lost managed to achieve in the same timespan.
You can check out a summary of Sensor Tower’s findings and comparisons below:
- More than two million players have downloaded Dr. Mario World
- Total downloads are at about half of Super Mario Run’s iOS-only figure of 4.3 million
- Fire Emblem Heroes was at 4.9 million in the same amount of time
- One-third of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s six million in the same time
- Dr. Mario World hit seven times as many installs as Dragalia Lost in its first 72 hours
- Dr. Mario World has pulled in more than $100,000 since launch
- Fire Emblem Heroes took in $11.6 million in the same markets during this period
- Dragalia Lost’s five markets generated $250,000 in spending in its first 72 hours
- Dr. Mario World is generating about 73 percent of Friends Saga’s $137,000 first-three-day gross revenue in the same markets
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