Super Mario Run now on sale for 50% off, new update brings many new features

Nintendo has just unleashed a new version of its highly-acclaimed Super Mario Run game on Android and iOS platforms. On top of that, the mobile game has been discounted by 50% for a limited time, which means iOS and Android users can purchase it for just $4.99.

One of the most important updates that have been released since the launch of Super Mario Run brings a new mode, a new character and a new world with lots of new levels to visit.

Daisy, the new playable character introduced in this update, brings a new double-jump skill with her. In order to unlock her, you must play through enough Remix 10 courses.

There's also a brand new feature that allows players to listen to their favorite music stored on the device while playing Super Mario Run. Also, new buildings for Kingdom Builder mode have been added, while the way opponents are selected for Toad Rally has been adjusted.

Remix 10 mode comprises of very short challenges that allow players to unlock the new Daisy character. It also offers players the chance to play some extra Bonus Games and a Super Bonus Game to get various buildings for their kingdoms.

Although Super Mario Run can be downloaded for free, you won't be able to get past the free trial unless you purchase the game.



1. Subie

Posts: 2442; Member since: Aug 01, 2015

Ok Nintendo, Now where's the Windows 10 mobile version?

2. joinboone

Posts: 50; Member since: Jul 24, 2017

ok . very very nice :)

3. Nine1Sickness

Posts: 896; Member since: Jan 30, 2011

Mario, for the retard generation.

4. whatev

Posts: 2444; Member since: Oct 28, 2015

The remix mode is fun and all, but what’s with the weird music on those levels??? Omg, it’s like I were listening to the intro of dragon ball or any anime, that’s not Mario music

5. slannmage

Posts: 289; Member since: Mar 26, 2013

Just give me proper Mario, I'll then connect a controller to my iPad.

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