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Back in September, Nintendo announced Super Mario Run, The latest mobile game for Nintendo, Super Mario Run. If you missed out that announcement during the Apple Event, The game will be a standard Mario Classic with mobile elements (and with better graphic!)
The game will be an auto runner that can be played with just one hand, Thus players will only have to perform the tricky jumps on the various field of Mario land by tapping the screen. If you have played Mario before, you will probably know the tricky jumps and tactics you would have to use in order to complete the run. Instead of trying to move Mario and jumping out of tricky situations like the usual, players will be able to focus more on dodging and jumping past the obstacle since Mario will be running by himself.
Single And Multiplayer Mode
Other than just the typical traditional single-player run, Super Mario Run also includes Player Battle, Also known as Toad Rally, where you will be able to challenge your friends and other players around the world to be the fastest Mario runner by beating their ghost, and by performing stylish moves to gain points.
Also you will be able to build your own mushroom kingdom with the rewards you gain from the run. However notes on the Mushroom Kingdom information has not been released yet.
Nintendo has actually released a Gameplay Video which shows what you will find when you start your journey in Super Mario Run on Android or iOS. The game will be released on December 15th 2016 for iOS and subsequently for Android, however for Android users there is no specific date released as of yet. The game will be Free to Play however does include a single IAP to receive unlimited access to all game modes.
Nintendo is one of the world’s largest video game companies by net worth.Founded on 23 September 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi. The company has created some of the most well-known and best-selling video game franchises in the industry, such as Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and Metroid, while also owning The Pokémon Company.