Super Mario Run for iPhone Now Live in the Canadian App Store


As promised by Nintendo, Super Mario Run is now available for download in the App Store, as December 15th is the highly anticipated title’s launch day, in 151 countries worldwide. If you still see ‘Notify’ in the App Store on your iOS device, clear the cache by tapping one of the bottom tabs five times. This should refresh the App Store and you will be able to download Super Mario Run.

Click here to download Super Mario Run in the App Store. An in-app purchase price of $13.99 will grant unlimited access to each of the game’s three modes.

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  • Dave

    Not for me. It still says “Notify”.

  • Rufus from Doofus

    Bah. No internet connection no play?

    Me no buy.

  • Many99

    Refresh the App Store by tapping the update button 5 or more times this should clear the AppStore cache. This method for me

  • Bob Langevin

    Shut up and take my money!

  • Biggy604

    Too bad the game is a free geno till you pay $14 in game.

  • Kuroneko

    Can’t stop playing it since I’d download it an hour ago…… So sad our Canadian $ is so low that we have to pay $13.99 :0( for the full game…

    I wish I can run backwards like the original…. We have only a couple Bubbles (which can take you back as far as you wish) per stage unless you hit some hidden bonus bricks……

  • It’s times like these those 20% off iTunes cards at Costco come in handy…just take 20% off that 13.99 price…boom–> $11.20 + tax

  • Same here

  • Salinger

    Lots of fun, but after just 3 rounds, you have to pay $14 to play any more?!

  • Aleks Oniszczak

    Didn’t work on our iPad 2 or iPad mini 2 either. Here are videos of us trying to close apps, reboot etc. – couldn’t get it to “Run”

  • LouisDC

    Two things I don’t like:
    – You csn only buy the game through in-app purchase. This means family sharing won’t work.
    – Internet connection needed.

  • MleB1

    Yeah. Whatever. And last month it was Pokemon.
    Old gamers revisiting their youth and everyone with the attention span of a gnat.