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World's Most Favorite Game, Super Mario Run is Getting Revamped and The Gaming Nerds Can't Keep Calm

Nintendo is determined to revive the fame of Super Mario Run with new characters playing in brand new worlds

World\'s Most Favorite Game, Super Mario Run is Getting Revamped and The Gaming Nerds Can\'t Keep Calm

If you thought Super Mario Run couldn’t get any better, Nintendo is soon to prove you wrong. The updates will be launched on September 29th, bringing in a new mode new character and a new world. The new mode- Remix 10 interweaves various levels of the game together and rewards the players with rainbow medals. It also allows players to collect new decoratives for their Mushroom Kingdom. The new character is a pretty little miss- Daisy which will be added to the band of band of runners, making her the 7th playable character. 


The game even comes with a new option of adding your own music that Mario and friends can listen to with headphones in the game (Aww!). The game will need you to rescue little Miss Daisy and get a chance to play with her for the rest of the game. You even get to unlock exciting new worlds including Word Start that has Nine levels, meaner villains, and new gameplay mechanics.


The updates will be available for both iOS and Android users. The best part of it all, Nintendo is temporarily offering the game at half the price from 29th September to 12th October.




The Japanese video game company, Nintendo is pushing its best to liven up its signature game and revive the game’s lifeline to a long lasting one. The game is in a 2D side scrolling platform that brings you to the classic era of 1985. You simply have to make the character jump and automatically runs forward. The game is pretty simple yet super fun, so much so that the game is now a global phenomenon. Its funny how the game would have never been created by the japanese consumer electronics company- Nintendo were they not perturbed by the buzz created by Pokemon Go. The gaming company was quiet for a while until now, raising curiosity in the gaming world.

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