Super Mario Run!


Ever since the Super Mario Run got released for iOS it’s been the talk of the Internet. Literally hundreds of thousands of fans are going crazy over this handheld adaptation of the ever popular Italian plumber, Super Mario. Since the game has seen such an increase in popularity we thought it is only right if we gave it a small review of a kind on our own website expressing how you feel about it and what you should expect from it if you’re a new player looking for some new Mario adventure.

Well first of all, Super Mario Run is not your everyday Mario game. First of all, it is a handheld game and with the handheld comes a lot of changes which I’m pretty sure everybody is well aware of. The game is literally playable with one hand in fact, it is actually playable with just one finger. That’s all you need to play the new Mario game and it is only natural that some people might view it as downgraded and simplified however, that’s may not necessarily be the case.

Super Mario Run is actually a fast-paced “run” type of game. If you ever play Temple Run or any similar game this one might of inspired, then you have a pretty solid understanding of what Super Mario Run might be all about and you will be pretty close. The object of the game is pretty much the same as in every run game you ever came across with an exception that this time around it’s actually a two-dimensional side scrolling platformer. However that is not the only addition which Mario has to offer compared to other “run” games.



There actually a couple of mods you can play this game at. First one will let you simply stroll through the level trying to completed with as much style as possible. By style we mean scoring as high as possible and possibly setting a high score for your friends to try and beat.

The second mod will allow you to replay a “ghost match” with a data left by her friend or a score holder from leaderboard’s directly competing with his ghost and trying to beat his score simultaneously while providing a real-time feedback what the opposing player was doing at that time so you may always know or step ahead or behind.

The third and perhaps the most important game mode will allow you to use the coins that you’ve collected so far in order to build your own mushroom kingdom. The toads you find along the way will also be there. If you can wait to build your own mushroom kingdom there is some good news for you since a bunch of guys have already came up with  a way to get infinite Super Mario Run coins for free with this Super Mario Run hack tool.


So yeah, there you have it, that’s Super Mario Run for you. The game is available on iTunes to download for free though it will require one-time payment for a full game activation though it does give you a chance to try before you buy which is super cool. Apparently the game will also be available on Android but not for now, iOS obviously has a brief period of activity on this title so yeah, Android users hang on in there for a while, you’ll get your Mario soon.