Wii U sales have increased since the release of Super Mario Maker, according to Nintendo. To date, the company has sold over 10 million units throughout the lifetime of the Wii U.

Console sales have increased 110 percent from August to September. Within the first three weeks of release, Super Mario Maker sold 445,000 units. In the U.S alone, Super Mario Maker has reached 500,000 units sold. This momentum should continue through the holiday season with releases of games such as Yoshi’s Wooly World and Xenoblade Chronicles X.

Super Mario Maker released on Sept. 11 and allows players to create and share levels.

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