Nintendo took its first step into the mobile market earlier this year with the launch of Miitomo, a free-to-play social app featuring Miis. The company then made a much bigger move into the mobile space just over a week ago with the launch of Super Mario Run on iOS devices. The latter title can be downloaded for free as a demo, and customers are charged $9.99 to unlock the full version. Nintendo is looking for feedback into this approach, and they recently sent out a survey that included some interesting questions that could hint at their future plans.
One of the questions on Nintendo’s Super Mario Run survey asked players what they think a fair price is for the game. Later on, the survey also asks players if they would be interested in a sequel to the game. A Nintendo spokesperson recently stated that the company had no plans for any DLC for Super Mario Run, free or paid. It’s possible that Nintendo will instead look to capitalize on its sales by releasing sequels with different pricing models.