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2016 was the year of Pokemon Go, and it suffers inevitable drop in number of players. Lack of innovative updates, cheat bot, it continues to fall down the App Store charts. It’s developer Niantic Labs, can’t do much to stop the bleeding.
Gone is the Pokemon Go, here comes the Super Mario Run. Super Mario Run built by Nintendo, it offers a very familiar style of gameplay and everyone expects it to be a smash hit. On 15 December 2016, Mario jumps into a new adventure on iOS.
We still have a week to go before Super Mario Run makes its official debut on iPhones and iPads across the country, so we won’t know just how popular the pricey Nintendo game will end up being for quite some time now. But guess what: You don’t have to wait another minute to start playing Super Mario Run on the iPhone, and we’ll tell you how to check out the hot new game today.
3 modes in the game
- World tour – Run and jump with style to rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s clutches!
- Toad tally – Multi player mode where players compete each other to gather coins and toads to live in your kingdom
- Kingdom – Build your kingdom with coins and toads.
The game requires an always-on internet connection
Security of the software has become one of the reason why the game need an internet connection. By connected the game environment to the internet, the company larger control in making sure the app is not cracked by unauthorized hacker. Security concern (risk of piracy) also becomes the reason why Android not getting it..
Second reason why it needs an internet connection is multi players during the Toad rally mode. Players compete against each other with their stylish moves for the highest score as they gather coins and get cheered on by a crowd of Toads.
Super Mario Run is a free game, yet purchase is an option in app for those who want to grow their level up quickly. Before the game launch, there is already many websites such as HackerCheats offers free coins, they provide cheat to generate coin for free, modify your team sprint and more. Believe me, there is no such thing as free lunch. There is a lot of risk involved when you connect the phone into a shady third party website. It comes with a price you have to pay later.
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