Version 2.1 of the Nintendo's endless-runner-style game also allows Miitomo character to be used as player icons.
The first Nintendo game that came out on smartphones, Super Mario Run, got its first update since launching on Android last month. Assuming anyone's still rocking and hopping in the mobile Mushroom Kingdom, they can finally track friends down by their Nintendo Accounts. Source: Apple App Store, Google Play store
If you've reached the point in Super Mario Run [Free] where you are running out of things to build, the latest update—which has just dropped—will give you plenty more to aim for and, therefore, new reasons to play the game. First of all, the maximum number of Toads that can live in your kingdom has
Pretty sizable update to grab. If you've got the game on your phone, you can go grab the update right now.
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If you ever played Super Mario Bros., you know the thrill of running across one of those question mark blocks. Bop Mario’s fist against that thing over and over and you never know how many coins…
[Event] The Loads of Coins event is back until April 24th. During this event, if you win at Toad Rally, then you will get 1.5 times the usual amount of coins. If you happen to lose, you will still get the usual amount of coins, but you will not lose more Toads. You need to complete the Kingdom Builder tutorial before being able to take part in this event.
For some, being able to play Super Mario Run is a blast from the past but something entirely new for others. Whatever category you fall into, one thing is for sure, and that’s that Mario is here to stay. Only time will tell if it’s here to stay. Show More Summary
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\ The launch of Super Mario Run on Android has boosted the game all the way to the top of the mobile charts! Let's see how long it sits atop.
Now that's a pretty cool idea! Seems like fans get the chance to run down to the field and play a game to win a prize. I'd love to get out there and give it a go! Thanks to NintendoWiiBoy for the heads up!
Want to go to probably the best bar in the states right now? Well, the music in your head just started playing a lot faster, because you’re running out of time. Two bars in Washington, D.C. joined forces this spring to create a Super Mario-themed bar, and they seriously went all out. Show More Summary
Not the most exciting update, but it's now available on both Android and iOS. Go on and grab it now!
The "Discovered! Golden Goomba" event is live in #SuperMarioRun Complete the stamp card to get new decorations for your Kingdom! Ends 13/04 pic.twitter.com/tiM5RUexnD — Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) March 30, 2017
Best your friends in Toad Rally races with these tips and tricks for Super Mario Run. As expected, Super Mario Run has quickly jumped up to the top of the Google Play Store app charts, as millions of Android users finally get a chance...Show More Summary
Super Mario Run is fun, but not worth the premium price. When Shigeru Miyamoto took to the stage at Apple's September 2016 event to announce that iOS would be getting the first Super Mario game developed for mobile (excluding Nintendo's own handhelds of course) the hype was off the charts. Show More Summary
While we don't have specific numbers, thanks to the way the Google Play store displays info, we can see that at least 10 million people have downloaded Super Mario Run on Android. At most, the title could have hit 50 million downloads by now. Hopefully Nintendo comes forward with an actual number!
Nintendo’s big break into smartphone gaming, Super Mario Run, is no longer exclusive to iOS. The app landed on Google Play yesterday, alongside an iOS update that makes more of the game free to play. The Android version is identicalShow More Summary