'Super Mario Run' Release Date, Latest News & Update: Nintendo Collaborating With Apple For Two More Games? No Plans For Android Version?

By LA Zamora , Updated Nov 11, 2016 09:33 AM EST

2016 is about to end but it appears that Nintendo is still on fire as it aims to set conquer the world of mobile gaming. For years, Nintendo has simply focused on console games and this time, it finally decided to extend its branches and release its first ever mobile game, "Super Mario Run."

'Super Mario Run' Latest News & Update

Nintendo's "Super Mario Run" will be initially available for Apple users. Although this has gained the ire of some critics, Nintendo stands its ground to make the "Super Mario Run" game version exclusively available for iOS gadgets.

The players and fans of "Super Mario Run" are concerned why Nintendo has not allowed the said game to be played on Android gagdets. Hopefully, Android users can also have the chance to enjoy "Super Mario Run" in the near future.

'Super Mario Run': Simplicity At Its Finest

"Super Mario" games have been one of the favorite childhood games and is even considered to be a household name. Looking back at the original "Super Mario" games, the concept and rules of the game are not really complicated, which is probably why a lot of players have grown to love the game.

Several years after the original "Super Mario" game has been released, Nintendo's "Super Mario Run" is expected to be comprised of the same simplicity and mindless gaming that its predecessors have laid out. With all the stressul, shoot-out and action-packed games available in the market, "Super Mario Run" is expected to be a much-needed breath of fresh air and stress reliever to the players.

'Super Mario Run' Release Date

The only information about "Super Mario Run" release date is that Nintendo will be launching it in December 2016. No specific date has been tagged as of writing. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Super Mario Run" news and updates! 


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