Does the Internet love Mario's newest adventure, or are they mocking it meme-lentlessly?
When big launches like Apple's Fall Event happen, people are bound to have opinions on what's awesome and what's bunk – and online, they're preeeeeetty vocal about it.
We took a peek to see how social media is reacting to the launch of #SuperMarioRun: Were there heart emojis aplenty, or angry faces being directed at Mario's latest (and first!) mobile game? Let's see, shall we?
More like Super Mario Run-ning out of battery.........— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) December 15, 2016
Things are kicking off in our Super Mario Run comments... pic.twitter.com/fJ4W9PtKSB— Chris Bratt (@bratterz) December 16, 2016
How to play Super Mario Run all day long without killing your iPhone battery pic.twitter.com/hOOlsFiZ5H— BitsSource (@BitsSource) December 16, 2016
Mad that Super Mario Run is $10?— Teddy Dief ⚜️ (@TeddyDief) December 16, 2016
Super Mario 3 was $50 in 1990
That's $94 today.
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Does Mario for iOS mean the genius bar is going to ask if you've tried blowing in the phone first?— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) September 7, 2016
So tired of people complaining about $10 for Super Mario Run.— COBAMASAMA (@Cobanermani456) December 16, 2016
You probably spent at least $20 on pokemon go or flappy bird lmao
What do you think?
Are you a big fan of the famous Italian plumber's new game, or are you going to pass? Let us-a know in the comments-a below! (Get it? It's how Mario talks? Ha. I'm hilarious.)