Super Mario Bros. Wonder Sales Surpass 10.7 Million Copies

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Nintendo has announced that Super Mario Bros. Wonder has sold more than 10.7 million copies around the world.

“Sales of Super Mario Bros. Wonder, which was released in October of last year, grew steadily throughout the holiday season,” Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa explained. “By the end of the third quarter, global sell-through reached 10.70 million units, making it the fastest-selling Super Mario title to date.”

Pitched as “the next evolution of 2D side-scrolling Super Mario Bros. games,” after Prince Florian invites Mario and his friends to visit the Flower Kingdom, Bowser and his army crash the party. Stealing a Wonder Flower, Bowser merges with Prince Florian’s castle which transforms him into a floating fortress.

We enjoyed our time with Super Mario Bros. Wonder, concluding in our review: “Nintendo remains at the top of its game, and the Flower Kingdom is the perfect playground for its sprightly reinvention of what we have come to expect from setting out on a 2D side-scrolling adventure with Mario and his pals.

“This world of wonder comes crammed with the most whizz-popping surprises, making for a kaleidoscopic trip to the Flower Kingdom that is simply unmissable.”

Super Mario Bros. Wonder is now available at retail and digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide.

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