Nintendo raises the hype for Super Mario Run with this new announcement

If there's one iOS game everyone is looking forward to this December, it's Super Mario Run. The iPhone version of Nintendo's popular plumber will arrive on the 15th in a launch that is starting to charge with controversy. To calm minds and build hype before the imminent launch, the company has launched a new ad promoting the release of the video game.

An advertisement in which we can see different people press in different places around the world, performing some of the typical Super Mario gestures, until he leads the crowd towards the already legendary flag.

As we told you yesterday, the game will require a permanent connection to the Internet, an action which, he says, will help prevent the game from being hacked. However, this can be a huge problem for anyone with very limited connection or those whose data rate does not allow them to consume excessive data. On the other hand, the game will be free with in-app purchases, but you will have to pay around 10 euros if you want to play the full version without problem. A price considered by many to be a bit expensive for a smartphone game.

If you can't wait until the 15th to try it on your device, we would like to remind you that the game is already available in its trial version in the exhibition products of the various Apple Stores global. There you can take a first look at the game and start clearing up your thoughts on the game's price. There's very little left for what will be the last big release for an iPhone game in 2016, and we're sure that Super Mario Run will be one of those that will give a lot to talk about in the coming months.

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