Super Mario Run is on pace to have the biggest launch in the history of the App Store. According to analytics firm Apptopia, the game was downloaded 2.85 million times in its first day of availability.
Those numbers handily beat out Pokémon Go, which was downloaded 900,000 times in its first day, according to Apptopia’s data (that number jumped to 5.6 million by day three). Of course, the comparison isn’t entirely fair: Super Mario Run was available in 150 countries at launch, while Pokémon Go debuted in just three before a staggered rollout brought it out to the rest of the world (it was only recently made available in India and South Asia, for instance).
Both games are completely free to download, though Super Mario Run features a one-time in-app purchase of $9.99 in order to unlock the entire game. Currently Super Mario Run is only available on iOS, but it’s expected to debut on Android sometime next year.