Wonder when Super Mario Run's Android release is? Play these 5 clones while you wait

Wonder when Super Mario Run's Android release is? Play these 5 clones while you wait
Nintendo's Super Mario Run blockbuster mobile game already climbed up the ladder to reach the top spot in both the Top Grossing category and the Free section chart of the App Store. It made more money than even Pokemon Go at launch, as it is free to play until 20 seconds into the fourth level, but after that, the game is $9.99. 

This is a bit on the high side for a runner, but with 20 years of fame behind its back, this Italian plumber has earned his mettle. Apple also gains a lot from Nintendo's push into mobile, as it collects 30% of the App Store revenue in exchange for exposure to all the iOS devices of this world. What about Android, though? 

Well, needless to say, a few days after introduction, there are a bunch of clones in the Play Store to choose from, until Nintendo decides to ditch Apple's exclusivity, and release the real thing for Android. Check them out.

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7 Comments

1. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

We don't want or need it on Android. In Java, it would suck just as much or more than it does on iOs. Again the hype made people rush an buy it.

2. kiko007

Posts: 7493; Member since: Feb 17, 2016

You're a really sad person.......go get some pune.

5. XperiaFanZone

Posts: 2277; Member since: Sep 21, 2012

Stop this Nintendo hype. Nintendo may be profitable but now it's less irrelevant than the dreamcast

7. tokuzumi

Posts: 1870; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

So, that means Nintendo is more relevant?

6. FYLegend

Posts: 21; Member since: Sep 05, 2013

Super Nozomi Run is pretty close to the real deal.

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