Google Maps will let you navigate as Mario in his kart for one week starting tomorrow, MAR10 Day

Just as May 4th has become a special day for Star Wars fans, March 10th is now considered Mario Day. Why? Because writing out the date looks like the name of the video game icon (MAR10). To celebrate, Nintendo has a number of deals lined up including one we told you about the other day. From March 10th (which is tomorrow) through March 25th, the complete Super Mario Run freemium mobile video game is 50% off at $4.99.

But suppose you want to celebrate Mario and not have to shell out any cash to do so? As it turns out, Google has pushed out an update to Google Maps that will replace your location …

Get Super Mario Run for half price starting on Mario Day (March 10th)

Did you know that Mario Day is coming? The little Italian plumber who actually debuted with the launch of the Donkey Kong arcade game in July 1981, has now become an iconic video game character. And every March 10th, we celebrate his existence. Why March 10th? Because the date can be written as MAR10 which sort of spells out his name. And starting on Mario Day, mobile game players can take 50% off the price of the Super Mario Run app.

To refresh your memory, the app is free to download on your iOS or Android handsets. But the portion of the game that comes with no cost will most likely not …

Mario Kart is coming to mobile!

One of the most famous and beloved Nintendo franchises – Mario Kart, is driving its way to our mobile devices. The game is called Mario Kart Tour and is expected to be available for kart enthusiasts by March 2019. 

The announcement was made through the Twitter account of Nintendo America, stating the game was in development. 
The checkered flag has been raised and the finish line is near. A new mobile application is now in development: Mario Kart Tour! #MarioKartTour Releasing in the fiscal year ending in March 2019.— …

Nintendo announces Super Mario Run has 200 million downloads, but it's not too profitable

Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s first foray into the mobile gaming industry. Even though the game proved to be pretty popular among Android and iOS users, it didn’t reach the level of profitability Nintendo expected.

During Nintendo’s latest earnings report, the Japanese company announced Super Mario Run now has more than 200 million downloads on both Android and iOS platforms. However, Nintendo claims that despite this impressive numbers, the game “had not yet reached an acceptable profit point.”

Super Mario Run is a free to download game but requires players …

Super Mario Run now on sale for 50% off, new update brings many new features

Nintendo has just unleashed a new version of its highly-acclaimed Super Mario Run game on Android and iOS platforms. On top of that, the mobile game has been discounted by 50% for a limited time, which means iOS and Android users can purchase it for just $4.99.

One of the most important updates that have been released since the launch of Super Mario Run brings a new mode, a new character and a new world with lots of new levels to visit.

Daisy, the new playable character introduced in this update, brings a new double-jump skill with her. In order to unlock …

September 29th update coming to Super Mario Run brings new new character, new world and 50% off deal

Remember last December when Nintendo released the Super Mario Run game for iOS? On March 22nd of this year, the game was made available for Android users. For a period of time following the launch of the game on each platform, there was a flurry of activity as fans of Nintendo in general, and Mario is particular, installed the app. The game is free, by the way, but that gives you only limited game play. It costs $9.99 if you want to unlock the entire game.

While the excitement of Super Mario Run has died down, Nintendo is hoping to raise the “thrill” level with an update to both the iOS …

Super Mario Run hits nearly 150 million downloads, but makes less money than Fire Emblem

Super Mario Run, one of the most successful mobile games launched by Nintendo this year, has reached almost 150 million downloads on both the Android and iOS platforms combined.

Although that’s says something about the game’s success, it appears that not many of those who downloaded Super Mario Run were willing to pay for it. As some of you might know already, Super Mario Run offers the first couple of levels for free, after which players must pay to access the full game.

Moreover, the second mobile game released by Nintendo in 2017, Fire Emblem has a bigger …

Super Mario Run gets its first major update on Android

Nintendo’s first major hit in the mobile game industry, Super Mario Run made its debut on Android a while ago, but it’s already received a couple of minor updates.

Well, Super Mario Run players will be pleased to know that developers have just released the first major update for the Android version of the game. This update is not about repairing things, but about adding new features and improvements.

Among the most important new features added is the ability to find friends from your Nintendo Account, which wasn’t available until now. Also, the maximum number …

Super Mario Run for iOS gets new playable characters, tons of new content

Nintendo pledged to bring its Super Mario Run game to Android in March, and the Japanese company has delivered on that promise. The game is now available for download via Google Play Store, and you’ll be able to play the first three stages for free.

In the meantime, the iOS version got a consistent update that brings lots new game features and improvements. Super Mario Run 2.0.0 comes with new playable characters, new buildings, and enhanced tutorial.

The “new playable characters” are in fact just one that you can have in four different colors. Super Mario Run now allows players to …

Super Mario Run for Android is now available to download

Last week, we told you that Super Mario Run would be released on Android on March 23, three months after debuting on iOS. While it’s not yet March 23 in the US (though it is in Japan and other parts of the world), the game can already be downloaded from Google Play – all you need is a device running Android 4.2 or newer. Oh, and you’ll also need an Internet connection to actually play the game.

Just like the iOS version, Super Mario Run for Android is free to download and play. However, only a limited number of levels are available for free, and you’ll have to pay $10 if you want the complete …