Super Mario Run Outage Map
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Super Mario Run is a side-scrolling, auto-running video game developed and published by Nintendo for iOS and Android devices. It was released first for iOS on December 15, 2016, and will be released for Android in 2017.
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Super Mario Run Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@Patrick_ORourke I think the problem that Mario Run had was that it was designed for an era of mobile games that had already passed by 2016. Think it could have been huge if it had come out, say, three years earlier.
If Nintendo were to port games like Super Mario Run, Mario Kart Tour, and yes, Dragalia Lost over to the Switch (or their next home console) rather than shutting any of the mobile servers down, would you buy or download them? Would you want them to do this?
Both of these games are just inferior incarnations of their console versions, and everyone knows it. Meanwhile, nobody liked Super Mario Run, and nobody noticed Dr. Mario World. The issue is that, yes, casuals play mobile games. But casuals don't spend money, either.
@RichardPrince_ Yea I have two builds a pg that has 99 perimeter defense and 99 steal and all the badges and people still dribble into me and no penalty…sometimes I get steals but it needs to happen more or they should bobble the ball not Mario run into me Game is just broken
It’s funny to me how people still complain about micro transactions in free mobile games! If the game was $10 with no micro transactions know one would buy it, look at Mario Run! The consumer has created the problem. The dev’s need to make money if they can’t get any up front 🤷🏽
I can only imagine someone in Nintendo going, “We put her in Smash! And Super Mario Run! We even gave her a Crash Bandicoot double jump! We’re only human, you fanatics!”
@ZFighterAmuro @HatokTalk Love how at least when I last used iOS, most of the top reviews of Mario Run had words to the effect of "scam" in them. On an app store that has a serious and ever-present problem with actual scam apps.
Miami hurricanes offense slow as fuh! Always my concerned with the Michigan OC and Mario run run run run philosophy I’ve always said it.
@rmgraphics_ true, I've never had an issue with that render. but the mario run render just slapped an anime mouth on him and called it a day.
@mockeryofortuna I already had 300, then adding my Mario run account to my Nintendo added 100, then I just did daily challenges plus the sign in bonus and got 500 :) it didn’t take much time at all!
Phew thank god I’m not the only one who appears to be having problems with the App Store. I wonder what ******** happened. I thought a lot of the things I was searching for was deleted. The only stuff that popped up was Super Mario Run
@Zhane_Star To be fair, Daisy appeared in Super Mario Run, the last new mainline 2D Mario, as a playable character. Waluigi is a problem because of his existence as a joke character and his (seemingly) lacking popularity in Japan. His existence is a franchise-wide null-factor.
This douche really thinks that mario run by Nintendo, a company that took money away from a Etika funraiser, refused to fix their joy-con functionality even after thousands of compliants and still continues to DMCA content creators, is more better than sonic games run by SEGA??
@HatokTalk A realisation I just had that’s arguably worse : the lesson Nintendo took from Mario Run wasn’t “the mobile market is broken stop paying it attention”, the lesson they took was to become just as bad as everybody else, if not worse because you know they can do better.
@JeffGrubb It’s funny to see that crash freak out post imagining playing Mario on other platforms. I played super Mario run on iPhone just fine mentally I was just more mad it wasn’t a better game lol