‘Super Mario Run’ Latest News & Update: $10 For iOS Full Game Will Never Disappoint You!

By Henry Abragan , Updated Dec 18, 2016 11:04 PM EST

"Super Mario Run" is said to have taken the same route as "Pokemon GO" players in getting numerous players. Apparently, the fan base have reportedly showed their disappointment as "Super Mario Run" is said to be a purchasable game. On the contrary, the demo is said to be free.

It has been revealed that "Super Mario Run" is a really good game, according to report. However, the game is reportedly believed that it may not reach a global craze. On the contrary, the fan base for the game is still expected to be big.

"Super Mario Run" is also believed to reminisce the times of the '80s and '90s as well as the dawn of the millennium. Moreover, parents are expected to allow their children to play the game they grew up playing. Unfortunately, the game costs a one-time payment of $9.99.

Take note that getting into "Super Mario Run" demo is free of charge. It is expected that the demo itself will get the gaming community hooked and pay the one-time charge. On the contrary, the fans reportedly debunk the idea of having to pay for the game. On the upside, Nintendo has been noted for creating a polished and self-contained game in "Super Mario Run".

In other news, iOS users may have already received a push notification revealing that the "Super Mario Run" app is already available. The app has already been reported to be free to downloaded on the Apple App Store. The game reportedly weighs 370 MB, Mic.com reported.

The "Super Mario Run" full game is yet to be confirmed whether or not it will mirror the short demo version featured at the Apple Store. Note that the unlock cost is subject to change. Rumor has it that Nintendo may opt to drop the full unlock price of the "Super Mario Run" for a promotion or a special holiday price. Watch the gameplay walkthrough on iOS here:

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