Super Mario Run Comes To Android Unofficially

Posted: Dec 19 2016, 10:21am CST | by , in Technology News


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Super Mario Run Comes To Android Unofficially

Super Plumber Run is a replica of Super Mario Run for Android

The Nintendo ‘Super Mario Run’ game has been highly anticipated. Since its release it has been downloaded millions of times by excited fans. The game is available as a free in-app purchase but requires $10 to continue playing after the third level. Up till now the game has been exclusive to the Apple App Store which means Android users aren’t very lucky.

However the Android users can settle for an unofficial version of the game. If you want ‘Super Mario Run’ fun in your life but are an Android user you can still download the Super Plumber Run alternative. You should however note that the game will not give you like-for-like experience to the Nintendo version. Nevertheless it is a decent alternative for sobbing Android users.

The core concepts of the game are similar to what Nintendo has offered in the official ‘Super Mario Run’ game. The game can be described as a low budget replica of Mario. The environment of game is less polished. The mechanics are also similar to the Nintendo version as well. The fake Mario is set to run automatically in the environment and the user has to charge at the right time to jump over obstacles, defeat enemies and collect coins.

Once Nintendo’s Apple exclusivity expires, the company will release the official ‘Super Mario Run’ on the Google Play Store. Until then Android users can make peace with the Super Plumber Run.

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