Finally, Super Mario is now going mobile, making a huge leap from its long era of video games. Super Mario Run is making its way to Android and iOS this year. For most of the Nintendo fans it is a moment of shock but still, we all knew it was inevitable and Nintendo was already working to bring Super Mario to mobiles.
For many years, Nintendo has stayed on the small screen and Satoru Iwata has adamantly shunned all advances on taking it to the cell phones and in his words, it would have been a “short term profit but would ultimately devalue the property.” So now that it has finally made the advancement, is Nintendo actually still Nintendo or not, is the main question.
This year, another Nintendo franchise game Pokémon Go finally got in mobiles phones and plenty of people absolutely loved the idea. In fact many of the elderly people, who were not true Pokémon fans or grew up while playing it, now, are captivated by Pokémon Go fun. Who knows, maybe a number of non-Nintendo fans also take up Super Mario Run and get addicted to it for long?
Chances are that even if it will be your first time playing Super Mario games, you won’t put it down!
This game is a loop of endless running and your character will have an adventurous run through various level, jumping through obstacles, gather coins and show some groovy moves throughout the game. It depends vastly on the timing of number of taps.
The game has three modes, you can check it here Super Mario Run Hack.
The first mode is mostly about challenging courses that you have to complete skillfully.
Second mode is about competition with other players in order to reach the leader boards with more style.
Third mode is about making your own Mushroom Kingdom by using the coins that you have collected in the other two game modes.
The game contains in app purchases as well. All in all, the game is super fun, exciting and very intriguing for people of all ages. Whether you are a kid or a young or old adult, this game is sure to gather a lot of fans after its release on iOS as well as on Android.