Published: Tue, November 22, 2016
Technology | By Tonya May

Here's What You Need to Know About 'Super Mario Run'

Here's What You Need to Know About 'Super Mario Run'

You can soon play the iconic plumbers no matter where you go in your mobile.

Of course this list is far from complete as it's only collating games from sources close to the projects at hand, but it could definitely give us an impression of how Nintendo is tackling the Switch's first year.

Its World Tour requires players to tap the screen to make Mario jump and collect coins as he runs at the right side of the screen.

"Breath Of The Wild" is now being produced for both the Wii U and the Nintendo Switch. For the players who want to experience the full game version, it's available for $9.99.

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"Super Mario Run" is quite similar to the popular typical game Super Mario World, but the graphics of the upcoming game bear more resemblance to "Super Mario Bros". He must complete the adventure by solving puzzles, collecting items along his way and enjoy some power ups that increase his size for a certain period of time only, which is expected to also exist with the "Super Mario Run" smartphone app. "They'll be able to use coins earned in 'Toad Rally" to buy new buildings and decorations. The goal of "Super Mario Run" is to get Mario through each level as fast as the player can. It is said that "Super Mario Run" will be released this coming December 15 as reported by Game Spot. However, the Mario game's name is yet to be revealed.

Ubisoft's "Raving Rabbids" will be invading Nintendo's Mario in a role-playing game (RPG) that will launch together with the latter's new game console the Nintendo Switch in March of 2017.

"Super Mario Run" is the first mobile game developed by the Japanese software and consumer electronics giant after Miitomo. Unfortunately, it looks like the game may not be ready in time to launch alongside the Switch which begs the question, when will it be released? Now, it seems that Nintendo has renewed that patent and made sure it's still owned by them.

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