We won’t belabor the point that Super Mario Run might not be special with its gameplay mechanics, but that it definitely continues a legacy of Mario, Princess Peach and Bowser through the mobile medium.

You might have had three months to play with the game on iOS for awhile. Now, Android users can finally get the app from the Play Store for free. Of course, the same $9.99 paywall comes up after the first three stages, but the game has come quite a way from its original release with Easy Mode and a full-point update.

Tap, tap away. Super Mario Run’s awaitin’.

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