Nov 16, 2016 04:50 AM EST
‘Super Mario Run’ Release Date Updates: iOS Game for Free, No One-Time Fee Require; Android Version is Coming? [RUMORS]
The most awaited launching of "Super Mario Run" is finally coming to iOS on Dec. 15. Since the game will be available in 151 countries, does it ever have a chance that the game can be download for free without requiring a one-time payment for the whole game? How about the release date of the Android version of the game? Read more details here!
"Super Mario Run" iOS Free Download
The iOS endless runner game "Super Mario Run" will be released by Nintendo on Dec. 15 to Apple devices such as iPod, iPhone and iPad that run on in iOS 8 version. The users can download the game for free but comes with a limited access on the first three modes, while full access to the game will require the players a one-time fee of $9.99, according to Mac Rumors.
Indeed, the long wait is over for those players who are residing in the 151 selected countries. "Super Mario Run" supports the following languages: English, German, Japanese, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Dutch and Chinese.
"Super Mario Run" is considered as the most expensive mobile game ever created. Other players seemed to be skeptic on purchasing the full version but others considered the price right given the fact the Super Mario is an iconic character and the game promises high quality graphics and joyous experience while reminiscing the past, according to Geek.
Avoiding enemies to complete the level is the main goal of "Super Mario Run." Players can make Mario run to the right and jump over enemies through tapping the screen.
"Super Mario Run" iOS version was first announced during September Apple event in San Francisco by Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto. Aside from "Super Mario Run," mobile versions of "Animal Crossing" and "Fire Emblem" are also expected to be release within next year.
"Super Mario Run" Android Version
"Super Mario Run" fans that use android devices are excited to know about the launching of the game for the said version. However, according to BGR, Nintendo is only focusing on the iOS version of the game as of now.
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