Over the last three months King's Candy Crush Saga profits was at least equal to all of Nintendo's earnings over the same period.
According to A List Daily, King has made $641 million in Q1 2014 while Nintendo only earned $411 million. That's a 56% percent difference in case you're wondering.
King is the world's largest casual and social games developer. The company focuses on developing free-to-play games for Facebook and mobiles. Its catalogue carries more than 150 games, but it has confirmed previously that Candy Crush Saga alone accounts for more than two-thirds of its profits. Interestingly, this means that Candy Crush Saga made more than $427 million last quarter, easily beating Nintendo by $16 million.