Super Mario Run Mobile Game: Android Release Date Unveiled
Super Mario Run has debuted in iOS last month. With that, Android users who long for the game have been awaiting its arrival on the said platform. Luckily for them, that will be happening pretty soon.
Super Mario Run To Be Released In Android
Finally, the Super Mario Run game will be released on Android. As per Tech Radar, the game is making its way to Android this coming March. That will be two months from now which simply means that iOS got 3-month exclusives on the popular Nintendo game.
Last month, Nintendo has allowed users to sign up for availability notifications for Super Mario Run and they have also set up a Google Play Store page that's dedicated to the game. However, Android users can't download it yet and they have to wait a couple of months more to do so. Needless to say, the company has more games up its sleeves for 2017.
Nintendo Mobile Plans For 2017
For Nintendo fans out there, know that the company's plans for the mobile platform don't end with Super Mario Run. For the Android users, know that there is another Nintendo game that might come to your phones before the iOS gets it. The "Fire Emblem Heroes" is an RPG game that could come to Android before it arrives with iOS.
The said game is expected to roll out on Android on February 2 while iOS still lists it with a "coming soon" notice. Needless to say, Nintendo followers from the Android platform can wait for this game instead as it beats Super Mario Run's schedule by a month.
Going back to Nintendo's 2017 mobile games, reports say that gamers could be getting their hands on an Animal Crossing game pretty soon, so both iOS and Android users should stay tuned for more Nintendo news. So far the company is doing quite well with its recent product releases. Hopefully, Nintendo continues to release amazing games and products this 2017.
Super Mario Run: Nintendo Applies Daily Log-In Rewards For Two Weeks
Following the release of Super Mario Run on Android, Nintendo announced that they are giving daily log-in bonus for two weeks span.
Super Mario Run Android Version Gets An Early Release; Details Here
Super Mario Run gets an earlier release date on Android as the game is now available on Google's popular platform.
Super Mario Run New Patch Highlights Additional Playable Characters
Nintendo will be releasing a brand new patch for iOS version of Super Mario Run.
Finally, Super Mario Run Will Be Available For Android Users
Soon, Android users can experience Super Mario Run. More details here.
Super Mario Run Coming To Android This March 23
Nintendo has announced via a Twitter post that the Super Mario Run is coming to Android this March 23.
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