Super Mario Run: Jump’n’run classic for Smartphone

Super Mario Run from Nintendo brings the classic game to the iPhone and iPad.

Collecting coins, jumping over small monsters, and finally reaching the flagpole – Super Mario Run is the latest addition to Nintendo, which will be available on the App Store from December 15th. Free, but with a big “but”.

Because only a small demo version is really free. What can you expect from the games classic as a mobile app? Read on to find out more. One thing is certain: “Oh yeah, it’s Mario time!”

The Facts

There is only a small part of the game available for free in the Apple App Store, Once you are really addicted to the little man in the blue dungarees and need to play more, you have to delve deep into your pockets. The full version for your smartphone costs £7.99 to download. There are no additional in-app purchases once this payment has been made according to the official website for Super Mario Run . “Run” stands for the mobile version of the “Jump and Run” game.

Super Mario Run – same game quality

After the (albeit brief) extraordinary success of “Pokemon Go”, Mario is now the most famous Italian plumber in the world. Super Mario will run and jump on your smartphone and tablet in the same high quality. The biggest difference to the game console: Mario runs all by himself, this is because the controls are very simplified compared to the console game. To jump, you tap the display. The longer you press, the higher and farther Mario goes. The goal is to collect as many coins as possible, avoiding the well-known opponents like the mushroom heads and greedy plants, as well as collecting small helpers. And all this is done with one hand, so that as you play Super Mario Run you can also enjoy a cup of coffee!

Super Mario Run in three versions

Three versions are available in the free game version of Super Mario Run. The goal is the same for all of the versions: collect as many coins as you can, and get to the flagpole at the end of the level before you run out of time.

The first version is the normal collection of coins in different worlds. The goal is to rescue Princess Peach from the hands of the evil Bowser, which is the same as the game console. Mario runs through levels, jumps into dizzy heights, runs through deep caves or dark fortresses.

In the second version, the Battle version, you can play against opponents and try to crack their high scores. The goal here is to get as many coins and toys as possible as fast as possible to impress the toads – they appear whenever you perform a daring move. This is the only way to win.

The third version is the construction of a separate kingdom by collecting coins and toads. You can place buildings and decorations that you have earned and let your imagination run riot in making your kingdom more and more impressive.

Super Mario App is only for iPhone and iPad so far

Unfortunately, the release date for the Super Mario App is only known for iPhone’s and iPad’s. Users of iOS 8 and newer operating systems and and also Android will have to wait for Mario. It isn’t yet known when the game will be available for these operating system.

Are you desperate now to get this app now? See how the gameplay will look in this video.