Miss that lil bit of 8-bit in your life? Well now you won’t. Super Mario Run, the extremely popular title which is already available on the iOS platform, will no be available on the Android Play Store starting March 23rd. Like the iOS version, Super Mario Run for Android is also expected to come with demo levels and add-ons at a specific cost. In all likelihood, users will be able to play just a part of the game for free and to enjoy whole game’s content, they will need to download the paid version.
It won’t be an experience similar to the good ole’ days though, as Mario will keep running continuously, whereas users will only have control over his jumps. That familiar sound when he collects a coin will perhaps still remain, as will the last jump to the pole, those fireworks and the Princess. Oh and before you revel in some nostalgia, the game will require a constant internet connection too.
Like the iOS version, Super Mario Run for Android is also expected to come with demo levels and add-ons at a specific cost. Apparently, after its introduction on the iOS platform, Super Mario Run hasn’t been received too well by critics. Although Nintendo has promised more frequent and interesting updates to keep the plumber running.