The main difference in Super Mario Run in terms of the original game is that this time Mario runs automatically. So players focus on jumping and controlling his maneuvers like braking, heading left and right, as well as attacking and dodging bad guys. Beyond this modification, the essence is the same: our favorite plumber will have to collect coins and beat his opponents until he reaches the flag that marks the end of that level.
Super Mario Run has three playing modes: story mode in where you have to go ahead and overcome levels to save Princess Peach from the clutches of Bowser. It also has a competition mode to face off against other players and another third option to create your own unique levels. Of course, in order to play you'll need access to a stable internet connection.
In story mode, you'll voyage through 6 different worlds and 24 levels. But only the first few levels are free. After a certain point you'll have to make an in-app purchase in order to access new levels. Run and leap nonstop to rescue Princess Peach by advancing between hills, through caverns, in haunted mansions, on board air fortresses or deep within castles.
As for racing mode, you can brag to your friends and play against users from around the world. Try to beat other users' scores, collect more coins, perform stunts with more style, and get more of Toad's approval. If you're really good enough, the Toads move to your kingdom.
Not only that, but in Super Mario Run you'll also have the option to create your own kingdom by placing buildings and other elements provided by the Toads who previously earned them in races against friends or other opponents. You'll also get the chance to place up to 100 different elements.