Super Mario Run' Will Debut On Apple iOS Devices On December; Android Variant Still Doubted

Japanese video game company Nintendo is getting a lot busier these days with different title releases that feature Pokémon GO, the impending official launches of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, all at the same time unveiling their upcoming hybrid console, the Nintendo Switch. And just about recently, Nintendo has offered their retro device that hyped the Nintendo fan base once again with the extreme nostalgic effect that is brought by this console, the Nintendo NES Classic Edition platform.

Super Mario will be introduced during New York event

And the "nostalgia", as it has been a concept quite used largely than ever for Nintendo, is what the company is currently banking on for the moment. With the highly advanced, ultra-refined resolution-enabled devices lately, people are shouting for something that is truly more familiar to their childhood, or more significantly, a game that features a little amount of challenge, along with a big dose of enjoyment, which then resulted in the conception and announcement of Super Mario Run on the upcoming New York event in September.

Fans are excited about the game

The true shocker of the event, the news about the upcoming release of "Super Mario Run" has generated so much buzz that it eventually earned the developers roughly 20 million plus notifications from the much- excited iOS crowd. The up and coming mobile app game are going to be available exclusively for iOS subscribers in December. The game will be hitting Android phones by next year.

Super Mario Run is similar to the classic Super Mario game

Already set to be officially launched in approximately 150 countries, Super Mario Run is a modernized mobile game app that is largely based on the retro Super Mario games way back in its peak during the 1980s. Though the app is completely free to download, it is going to have a one-time payment in order to unlock all of its features.

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