Nintendo To Update 'Super Mario Run' On September 29

Posted September 26, 2017

This new world consists of nine different levels, with new challenges and mini-games that will supposedly surprise experienced players. She won't be available to play right after you update though, as the princess will have to be rescued first by another character before she is added to your roster.

Remix 10 will also have rainbow-colored medals that can be used to unlock new character Princess Daisy, who will be included via the update.

Remix 10 has no Game Over screen and even if you fail to complete a level, you'll just proceed to the next one without any penalty.

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Remix 10 is a frenetic new mode in which you play a set of 10 super-short sections from Super Mario Run's existing levels in quick succession.

Add to that, Nintendo is also including a new world for the players to explore - World Star. It will also kick off a two-week period where players can make in-app purchases for half the usual asking price.

Accessible after completing the first six worlds in the game, World Star will implement new gameplay mechanics and will have a surge of pink and black coins up for grabs, at least compared to their current scarce availability in the game.

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After years of refusing to develop games for mobile phones, Nintendo finally made the plunge last year withSuper Mario Run. To sweeten the deal, the price of the game will be halved between September 29 and October 12, so snap it up quickly (if you haven't already) to get the best possible price.

As an adorable perk, the "Super Mario Run" update will also show Mario and the characters wearing headphones when gamers play the game while listening to music. Super Mario Run is a free download, but if you want the full game you have to buy it in-app. The update is slated to come to the Android and iOS version of the game on September 29.

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