Nintendo’s been facing a mixed 2013 in terms of sales, with its Nintendo 3DS thriving but its Wii U struggling to find an audience. However, the company recently ran across some good news when it came to the four new games just introduced to its StreetPass service.

President Satoru Iwata spoke with Tokyo Keizal Online, stating that the company’s four pack of Mii-supported games – Mii Force, Flower Town, Warrior’s Way and Monster Manor – have really cleaned up in sales.

Since their introduction last month, the quartet has racked up $4 million in sales, making them a bonafide success. More than 200,000 users have picked up on the games, either buying them individually for $4.99, or as a four-pack for $14.99. New hats and outfits have been a huge factor for the pack, as users can unlock them and dress their virtual characters up in them.

No word yet if more StreetPass games are on the way, but we wouldn’t be surprised.

Source: Siliconera