Super Mario Run is Finally Available on Android

Super Mario Run is finally available on Google Play Store after a huge success with the iOS platform. The game was initially made available for the iOS platform during the iPhone 7 launch event. However, the company took to Twitter on the second week of March and revealed that the much-awaited app would be available on March 23.

As of this writing, the game is not officially available in India. We verified Google Play Store and it prompted us to pre-register. We have registered our interest and waiting for the official release.

According to Nintendo, the Super Mario Run is an entirely new kind of Mario game that you can play adventurously using one hand. Moreover, you will be able to control Mario just by tapping on the display as he runs forward. It is possible to customize the number of taps to pull down stylish jumps, mid-air spins including jumping through the walls, which will enable you to gather coins and reach the target goal.

Even though Super Mario Run is available for free, you will be able to unlock hidden treasures after your purchase the game. If you pay a one-time amount of $9.99, you can play all modes without any interruption. However, you can test drive modes such as World Tour, Toad Rally, and Kingdom Builder before payment.

With Super Mario Run Android app, you will be eligible to play all 24 courses across all 6 emerging worlds. The game has been designed in such a way that if you finish course 6-4 and rescues Peach, you can build homes for Luigi, Yoshi, and Toadette in Kingdom Builder. The upcoming updates to the game will have Purple and Yellow Toads.

In 2016, the Super Mario Run was listed as the most popular game in the iOS segment with 40 million downloads. It has now crossed over 50 million downloads across the world. If you had played with the iOS app, then you can expect the same features in the Android app. However, in order to play the game, you require access to Internet connectivity.

Interestingly, the Super Mario Run was launched for iOS platform, the game was priced at EUR 7.99 but it was increased to EUR 9.99 after the Cupertino-based company spiked the prices by 25 percent to counter Brexit effect.

Anand Narayanaswamy is a freelance technology writer based in Trivandrum. He had contributed several articles and reviews for various software based portals.

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