Super Mario Run

Sep 9, 2016

Category: Tech

Years after the first person ever passed the time with a simple iPhone game, everyone’s favorite Italian plumber has finally made his way onto our phones in the form of Super Mario Run.

The game structure for this is similar to most other ‘endless runners’ out there. Our hero makes his way across the screen, and it’s the player’s responsibility to keep him a-ok for as long as possible by jumping ducking and diving to avoid enemies and collect coins. If that sounds like it’ll get boring after a while, don’t worry. The game has two other modes where you can battle one of your friends, or a third where you can try and create your own kingdom. While we don’t know the price for this app, we do know that it won’t be one of those bogus ‘free-to-play’ micro-transaction games. Phew. Look for it later this year. [Purchase]

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