Super Mario Run Didn’t Meet Nintendo’s ExpectationsSuper Mario Run Comes to Android This Week Stay on target Super Mario Run made its debut on iOS late last year and broke various download records upon its release. Nintendo announced that it would bring the endless runner to Android, but never specified an exact date. Today, Nintendo has revealed when Android users can get their hands on this mobile game.Super Mario Run will make its way to Android in March. This is an interesting release window considering how a little system called the Nintendo Switch will also launch in March. This announcement comes from Nintendo’s Twitter account. You can see that tweet below.#SuperMarioRun will arrive on Android in March. You can pre-register in Google Play to be notified when it launches! https://t.co/u4H9bxVi9R pic.twitter.com/Hd5uzRcYcK— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 19, 2017Like with the iOS version, users can play the first three levels of Super Mario Run for free. To unlock the full game, players have to plunk down $10. The full game includes the Kingdom Builder feature, Toad Rally, and Friendly Run mode.When Super Mario Run was launched, many were upset by the game’s price. Considering how the most expensive mobile games usually top out at $5, it’s understandable why some would consider $10 to be an exorbitant price — especially since Super Mario Run is just an endless runner. However, unlike with a lot of mobile games, Super Mario Run doesn’t pester players with microtransactions. $10 is a lot for a mobile game, but that was the most anyone would ever have to pay.Will Super Mario Run be a success on Android? It will probably enjoy success at launch, but considering all of the bad press that it has gotten over the past few weeks, folks may decide that they can spend their money elsewhere.You can pre-register on Google Play and be notified when Super Mario Run launches by following this link.