Super Mario Run listed on Google Play for Android


Game enthusiasts who have been longing for playing the Super Mario Run on their Android devices have a good news. Nintendo has hinted that its flagship new online game will soon be available for download on the Android devices. For now only the iOS users are enjoying Super Mario Run.


The gamers are warned to be aware of the clones of the Super Mario Run on Google Play. The official game is yet to be launched. The Super Mario Run has now been listed on the Google Play Store, but only for the users who pre-register so that they can be notified when the game is available for download. Though there is nothing to get excited about, but the fact that it has now been officially listed on the Playstore has confirmed the official release on the platform. The release of Super Mario Run on Android will come as a rush of joy for the game enthusiasts who have been longing to have their hands on it.
The fresh listing of the game has come after Tatsumi Kimishima, the president of Nintendo assured that the Super Mario Fans will be able to enjoy the game on their Android devices by 2017. Nintendo earlier announced that it plans to release two to three games per year from 2017 which means a lot of work for Nintendo. Game creator, Shigeru Miyamoto, while talking about why the game was first released on iOS and not on Android, said that it was to prevent piracy. Miyamoto said, “The security element is one of the reasons that we decided to go with iPhone and iOS first”.
Unlocking all the levels on the Super Mario Run for iOS will cost $10 in the US and this is likely to be standard for the Android version of the game as well.

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