Results: do you like Super Mario Run?
Indeed, it looks, plays, and sounds like a Mario game, and makes you feel like you are doing a speedrun of the levels, instead of giving you a jarring feeling of lack of control over the character. There's also the side mission of hunting for special-colored, hidden coins, which is sure to entice old-school purists to replay the levels over and over. A competitive "Race" mode also has its allure, though, it's not a clear-cut mano a mano ordeal, but you get to race other players' "ghosts" that mimic their "style" instead of the actual way they play through the level.
iOS users have already had the chance to play and evaluate the game, while Android players will have to wait for an undisclosed amount of time, reportedly because of Nintendo's piracy concerns. No matter which camp you are in, what do you think of Super Mario Run?