The famous Super Mario Run game is officially launching for Apple devices on December 16. This will be the first instance when Mario can be played on screens other than Nintendo's own.
The famous Super Mario Run game is officially launching for Apple devices on December 16. This will be the first instance when Mario can be played on screens other than Nintendo’s own. Apple had announced the game back in early September when it had launched the flagship smartphones iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. According to the announcement made by Nintendo in November, the SuperMario Run game will come to iPhones and iPads at $9.99, which according to their website, will be Rs 620 in India. Once a user pays this much of money online, he/she will be provided with full access to all the game modes and there are three on offer. The game which can be played with one hand can be downloaded for free also but the access will be limited for each of the modes.
The Super Mario Run is a little different version of the original game that has a nostalgia attached to it. While in the traditional game, we could control every movement that the Italian plumber made, but here the forward movement is automatic, all you need to do is jump at the right time, save yourself from obstacles, collect coins and reach the end. The three games modes are World Tour, Toad Rally and Kingdom builder. The World Tour comprises of a lot of aspects like plains, hills, castles and the likes covering 6 different worlds to reach your princess. In Toad Rally you can challenge players all over the world including your friends. And you get to perform moves in front of an audience of toads. Kingdom builder lets you build your kingdom with coins and friendly toads.
The classic game will launch on December 15 and Indians will be among the first to get it. The multi-lingual game will be available for iOS devices only and will come to Android sometime later. As of now, you can search the game on the app store and select Notify option so that Apple notifies you when the game is listed after launch.