The latest from Google Play Store brings great news for Super Mario fans. Android users can now experience “Super Mario Run” as the app store finally announced that the hottest Nintendo game in the 1980s is arriving soon. This was after the app went on live on Play Store.
A pre-registration page is already available for those who want to be in the loop and get notified about the game app’s release. Meanwhile, Nintendo did not waste any time to share the news on social media with tweets informing users that they will get an update on the release date after signing up.
According to rumors, the tentative date of release is by the end of January and game enthusiasts are agog about the news. The trailer for the game was also showcased by Google and is similar to the iOS version announced earlier. A pre-registration invite for iOS users came barely two weeks before the latest invite for Android users.
What makes it more exciting is that both iOS and Android OS users are on a guessing game on which version will come first since the game developer also released a pre-registration invite for Android. On top of this, the “Super Mario Run” will allow Android users to play the game for free in the first several stages and then it will be for a fee. This can be a treat for those who want to test the waters, so to speak. If they will be satisfied with the game then they will be willing to pay. Conversely, if the game will not be as interesting as they have expected, at least, they did not have to shell out money.
But knowing how popular the game is, enjoying the entire content for a price will be worth it. And with Google Play Store update made available last December and the expected Smart Search function, game apps will be easier to find. However, experts warn users to be careful in downloading the game since finding the right app can be confusing with all the other similar apps offered by other mobile apps.
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