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Super Mario Run App

A new kind of Mario game that you can play with one hand.

In this game, Mario constantly moves forward through the courses while you use a variety of jumps to navigate. Mario will behave differently depending on the timing of your taps, so it’s up to you to show off particularly smooth moves, gather coins, and reach the goal.

*Internet connectivity required to play. Data charges may apply.

■ World Tour
Run and jump with style to rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches!

Travel through plains, caverns, Ghost Houses, airships, castles, and more…

Clear 6 worlds filled with 24 brand-new courses designed for one-handed play!

*Access to all 6 Worlds subject to purchase.

■ Toad Rally
Show off Mario’s stylish moves, compete against your friends and challenge people from all over the world.

A challenge mode where the competition differs each time you play.

Compete against the stylish moves of other players for the highest score as you gather coins and get cheered on by a crowd of Toads. If you’re impressive enough, the Toads may even come live in your kingdom.

You can also perform stylish moves to fill up your gauge and launch into Coin Rush!

*In order to play Toad Rally, you will need Rally Tickets that you can acquire in a variety of ways, such as clearing worlds or through bonus games in your kingdom.

■ Kingdom Builder
Gather coins and Toads to build your very own kingdom.

Create your unique kingdom with buildings and decorations that you acquire with the help of Toads gathered in Toad Rally.

There are over 100 kinds of items in the Kingdom Builder feature!

*You will be able to download and enjoy a portion of Super Mario Run for free and can also enjoy all of the game content available after paying a set purchase price.
*We permit our third-party partners to collect data from this app for analytical purposes.


Customer Reviews

Nintendo does it again!

I am a huge Nintendo fan so when I first heard of Super Mario Run a couple months ago I was really excited. While I did have some reservations about a Mario-themed endless runner, I bought the full version on the launch date. About two hours in I am very satisfied with the quality of the game. It still FEELS like a Mario game. The world tour isn’t endless like I had originally thought, but level based and focused on memorization, jump timing, and even to some extent exploration. Road rally was another feature I wasn’t really sure about, but I was pleasantly surprised by the game mode. When you beat your opponent, collecting their toads is really rewarding. It offered a good incentive to hone your skills as the jump man. However, I can’t say I like everything about the game. There is what seems to be an unnecessary amount of loading times since the game is always online to post your scores. Additionally the UI is sometimes unresponsive. Linking my Nintendo account was way harder and annoying than it should have been, and once it was linked, I thought that the Nintendo points page was a little sloppy. All in all, Nintendo succeeded where they normally do, and failed where they normally do. They made a fantastic, easy to pick up, difficult to master gem with some flaws when it comes to the Nintendo account and UI. Hopefully down the road these issue get addressed, but even with them I would highly recommend the game to anyone.

It deserves a 6/10 honest review

This game isn’t bad while it has flaws. First I love the whole Mario thing it’s beautiful , while though it’s like every other tap to jump and etc . You can sometimes literally tap on 3-4 times through a whole level because Mario does everything for you pretty much. Controls can be confusing and Mario runs by himself making it hard to get certain stuff. Now content this game has some castle thing that’s sorta pointless to have only to make up for the lack of content it has. It’s rather pathetic in some way . Now price it says free but you only get to play 3 levels before it makes you pay $10 . It’s not worth it . There a total of 23 leveled and it’s just not worth it . There’s no unlimited mode or anything which ruins it . If your a hard core player you will beat this in a matter of guess sometimes . Which whole may not be a whole lot bad to some it kinda is. So final verdict I recommend this game for a try but paying the $10 isn’t worth it I would wait till they have more levels remember people this is a Mario game your only getting a penny for what you pay for. Don’t for it . Sorry for all you Mario fans but this game may have been rushed . If you have no problem with this and you just want a Mario game even with the lack of content and all then go ahead and buy . The castle idea is kinda stupid in my opinion and a lazy idea. And a excuse so my final verdict is a 6ish maybe 7 ish out of 10 the content isn’t all there yet . Needs work .

What I’ve Been Waiting For…

In reading these 1, 2, and 3 star reviews, I feel like many people aren’t understanding all that this game entails. Toad Rally kept me busy most of the first night, and the Toad houses you build in the kingdom have mini-games that can give you more tickets to play.

The levels themselves aren’t TOO too bad (finished all on the first night), but the challenge is getting all the pink coins, then the purple coins, and finally the black coins on each level. That’s where I feel like you get you $10 worth. Between that and head-to-head Toad Rally bouts, I’ll keep busy. And after you get enough coins to buy Certain toad houses, you can play as Toad, Yoshi, Luigi, Princess, and a couple of other characters (all who have their own specific jump/hover and sounds).

$10 may seem like a lot, and I considered for at least an hour if I wanted to contribute that kind of money on an app (I’m a “free only” kinda gal, normally). But when you think about $10 just barely covering a trip through a fast food drive-in, or not even covering the price of a movie ticket, this doesn’t seem so bad for extended entertainment, especially Nintendo. I don’t regret my purchase at all. Don’t judge the game on only the first 3 levels. The gathering of coins (especially the black ones) will test your patience and skill more than any coin did in the “regular” game did!



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