Super Mario Run game for Android will be accessible from March 23 and the delay was because of piracy concerns.
Rendering to a tweet from Nintendo of America, Super Mario Run for Android will be accessible from 23rd March. It will arrive with the latest version 2.0.0 update which releases new features like the ability to crack World 1-4 in the free version of the game by finishing a challenge, and being capable to play as new roles. The Super Mario Run game on Google Play has been up from December past year and you can pre-register from there.
The main reason, for not being accessible on the Android devices at the similar time as iOS is due to piracy concerns.
“For us, our software is a very significant asset,” Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto stated in an interview with Mashable. “For consumers who are buying the game, we need to ensure that we are able to deliver it to them in a mode that the software is safe, and that they are capable to play it in a stable atmosphere.”
“The security component is one of the motives that we certain to go with iPhone and iOS initially,” he said. When enquired whether security means danger of piracy, he said that this was certainly the case.
“We sought to be able to influence that network connection with all three of the [Super Mario Run] ways to retain all of the styles functioning together and delivering the game in a way that keeps the software secure. This is the whole thing that we want to endure to work on as we linger to develop the game,” Miyamoto said.