The initial excitement surrounding Nintendo Co.’s debut mobile game, Super Mario Run, appears to wearing off. The title, released on Dec. 15 for Apple Inc. devices, was no longer the highest-grossing iOS app in any country as of Dec. 24, according to the latest data available from researcher App Annie.
The initial excitement surrounding Nintendo Co.’s debut mobile game, Super Mario Run, appears to wearing off. The title, released on Dec. 15 for Apple Inc. devices, was no longer the highest-grossing iOS app in any country as of Dec. 24, according to the latest data available from researcher App Annie. File photo by Kiyoshi Ota Bloomberg
The initial excitement surrounding Nintendo Co.’s debut mobile game, Super Mario Run, appears to wearing off. The title, released on Dec. 15 for Apple Inc. devices, was no longer the highest-grossing iOS app in any country as of Dec. 24, according to the latest data available from researcher App Annie. File photo by Kiyoshi Ota Bloomberg

Super Mario Run no longer is the highest-grossing app in any country

December 26, 2016 07:16 PM