Super Mario Run received a point one update late on Monday, bringing some additional enticements for newcomers and offering long-time fans new reasons to continue playing the game.
Probably the biggest upgrade to the runner is the addition of several new buildings up for collection. These include the 8-bit Bowser Statue, Bullet Bill Statue, Bob-omb, and many more.
Elsewhere, players can now use their Miitomo character as their player icon, Game Center achievements have been implemented, and it's now possible to find friends from a linked Nintendo account.
In addition, the maximum number of Toads that can live in a player's kingdom has been increased to 99,999, providing plenty of reasons for gamers to keeping on running.
Super Mario Run is a free download, with a $9.99 in-app purchas to unlock the full content, available for iPhone and iPad on the App Store. [Direct Link]
Top Rated Comments
When it came out I played for 5 minutes and deleted the app, feels more like "Temple Run" from the side than a Mario game, really hate not being able to go back, and don't get me started on the autojump function, so annoying!!
I too would like new levels, but unfortunately, Nintendo will want to charge for them, but not enough people would buy it. Hell, I hear sales were lower than expected for the game itself!
Toad Rally is such a repetitive grindfest!