Super Mario Run News: Android Users Can Now Pre-Order Their Game, When Will They Finally Have It?

A lot of players using Andorid have been waiting for Super Mario Run. It looks like that the game will be available anytime soon. For now, players who are interested in the reimagined classic game can pre-order it.

Super Mario Run Will Be Available On Android

Super Mario Run on Android will be available. Nintendo has let the players to register once the game is finally available. That is the reason why the players are signing up for the pre-orders of the game. President Tatsumi Kimishima even said that there are new games from the company to watch out for.

According to International Business TimesSuper Mario Run on Android will be free like on iOS. This will let the players access for the three levels of Nintendo's game. Once they are finished with the levels, they have the option to buy the complete game. 

Nintendo is not yet announcing the exact date when is Super Mario Run finally be downloadable on Android. The players have been forming theories that the game will be on their phones sooner than later because they can already see the logo of the game on Google Play Store.

Other Important Information About Super Mario Run

Nintendo delayed the release of Super Mario Run because of privacy concerns. As per Gadgets, Shigeru Miyamoto said that the software is their most valuable asset. The company wants to provide the best game so that players will not have any problems regarding the gameplay.

Super Mario Run will have three modes such as World Tour, Toad Rally and Kingdom Builder. According to 9 to 5 Google, the last mode will give the players 100 items that will let the players create their own kingdom.

Players using Android are really excited when they learned that the long wait will soon be over for Super Mario Run. Hopefully, players will enjoy Nintendo's creation because the game received negative feedbacks from iOS users.

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