September 29th update coming to Super Mario Run brings new new character, new world and 50% off deal

September 29th update coming to Super Mario Run brings new new character, new world and 50% off deal
Remember last December when Nintendo released the Super Mario Run game for iOS? On March 22nd of this year, the game was made available for Android users. For a period of time following the launch of the game on each platform, there was a flurry of activity as fans of Nintendo in general, and Mario is particular, installed the app. The game is free, by the way, but that gives you only limited game play. It costs $9.99 if you want to unlock the entire game.

While the excitement of Super Mario Run has died down, Nintendo is hoping to raise the "thrill" level with an update to both the iOS and Android versions of the game on September 29th. The update will allow you to play the game as Daisy, and there will be a new world (World Star). In addition, a Remix 10 game mode will randomly put you on ten different levels for a constantly changing experience. And with the update, you will be able to replace the usual Super Mario Run music with your own tunes. Your character will be shown wearing headphones to reveal that you've replaced the music from the game with your own tunes.

The best news of all is that from the first day that the update is released, September 29th, through October 12th, you can purchase the entire Super Mario Run experience for 50% off the usual $9.99 price. That alone might spur interest and generate new subscribers more than the new player and the extra world could ever accomplish.

source: @NintendoUK via Engadget



1. joey18

Posts: 683; Member since: Jul 20, 2010

So no more levels

2. vartotojas

Posts: 30; Member since: Nov 14, 2014

brings new new characters...:)) perfect english language

3. Scott93274

Posts: 6040; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

.... I don't know, I might get it for 50% off, but I prefer the traditional Mario game where I have full control over the character, this game is simply a rehash of your generic touch the screen at the right time to progress with a Mario visual overlay.

4. Pigaro

Posts: 90; Member since: May 15, 2016

It will never be like the one I used to play on my Nintendo.

5. NarutoKage14

Posts: 1348; Member since: Aug 31, 2016

I thought Nintendo said the game was not going to be getting any new content and only bug fix updates.

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