December 12, 2016 7:42:22 pm
Nintendo’s most bankable character Mario is coming to smartphones on December 15. At Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus event held in September, the Wii maker first announced Super Mario Run. The mobile game based on Nintendo’s cult character Mario will be released for iOS later this week. Yes, India will be among the first countries where Nintendo plans to release Super Mario Run.
Super Mario Run: When is the release date?
Super Mario Run is set for launch on December 15, which is this Thursday. Apple and Nintendo are giving anyone a chance to play the game in Apple stores worldwide; unfortunately users in India have no option but to wait for the official release.
Super Mario Run: Is it coming to India?
Nintendo initially said that it would release the game in 100 countries. But looks like as if the list has been expanded and India has been added in the list of countries where it will be released. Super Mario Run will support English language.
Super Mario Run: Will it be iOS exclusive?
Unfortunately yes, the mobile game is said to be released on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Running iOS 8 or later.
Super Mario Run: What about Android?
Patience. Nintendo says the game would be launched on Android. However, the release date hasn’t been announced yet. The game is pegged to released on Android in 2017.
Super Mario Run: How much does it cost?
Super Mario Run is a free-to-play title. Although you still need to pay $10 (or approx Rs 670) to continue and play the entire game.
Super Mario Run: How do I play it?
Super Mario Run has been designed on play on smartphones and is optimised for touchscreens. The game is based on the classic Super Mario side-scrollers. All you need to control the character as he runs through a series of levels and tap to jump over obstacles, enemies and collect coins.
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