Super Mario Run Release Date On iPhone and iPad Announced By Nintendo


Super Mario Run Release Date On iPhone and iPad Announced By Nintendo : Nintendo announced that it will release its first mobile game “Super Mario Run” on Dec. 15. The game, which features the iconic plumber, will be the available for iPhone, iPad and iPad Touch.

“Super Mario Run” is the first mobile game developed by the Japanese software and consumer electronics giant after Miitomo. The Android version of the game can be expected at a later release date, Mirror reported.

While will be required to pay $9.91 to unlock the complete game although it can be downloaded for free. “Super Mario Run” may seem to be quite high-priced, as most mobile games are offered free but unlike other mobile games, it will not pursue the gamers for more money via purchase in-game apps.

Described by Nintendo as an endless runner game, “Super Mario Run” will be available in three different modes, which are Toad Rally, World Tour and Kingdom Builder. It is expected that the game will be a great mobile hit with fans. Many commented that the upcoming mobile game has been inspired by the success of “Flappy Bird.”

“Super Mario Run” is the first ever “Super Mario Bros” game that has been specifically developed for mobile devices, according to Nintendo. In the game, Mario runs forward on his own, but depends on single finger taps to clear obstacles, keep away from enemies, achieve stylish moves, accumulate coins as well as arrive at the flagpole to complete different courses.

On Nov. 15, Tuesday, Nintendo released the first sneak peek of the game via a new trailer. Nintendo announced “Super Mario Run” in September and the company has kept it silence until recently.

“Super Mario Run” is quite similar to the popular typical game Super Mario World, but the graphics of the upcoming game bear more resemblance to “Super Mario Bros.” The key distinction between “Super Mario Run” and “Mario” games is that the upcoming game will not require any directional buttons, according to Yibada.

Watch the sneak peek for the “Super Mario Run” below: | Source: newseveryday