Here are three annoyances with Super Mario Run and how to fix them

Here are three annoyances with Super Mario Run and how to fix them

As the New Year comes to a close, Super Mario Run is undoubtedly the hottest mobile games of the year along with Pokémon Go. Nintendo’s runner game quickly got more than 10 million downloads on its first day of availability, breaking the record previously set by Pokémon Go for most downloads during 24 hours.


However, there is something you need to bear in mind is that Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s first game for iPhone. As a result, there are some annoyances with Super Mario Run that may ruin your gaming sessions.

In this guide, we have compiled the biggest annoyances with Super Mario Run and how to fix them.

  1. Steps to reduce cellular usage while playing Super Mario Run on your iPhone

If you cannot get over the fact that Super Mario Run weighs 200 MB itself, believe me that you are not the only one. However, worse is the fact that the game keeps downloading new stuff in the background. This could be a nightmare if you are now on cellular network.

We have a simple tip that can help you out. You need to go to Settings > Cellular Data and you simply need to disable access for Mario Run.

  1. Steps to fix Super Mario Run draining your battery life

Long gaming sessions may drain your battery life quickly and the best shot for dealing with it is to lower both the Rendering and Graphics settings. Here is how you can do this:

Step one: Open the game, tap the Menu button and select Settings to proceed

Step two: Select Options button and switch the two toggles next to Rendering and Graphics Settings to Low

Note that the above-mentioned process may deal with the game running slow issues which hit mostly old iPhone or iPad models

  1. Steps to fix Super Mario Run not loading

If the game crashes out every time you launch it on your iPhone or iPad, you can try deleting and re-installing the game. Alternatively, you can try force rebooting your iPhone by pressing and holding Sleep/Wake and Home button (Volume button on iPhone 7) at the same time.

Also read: Tips to improve battery life of your WatchOS 3

These are some Super Mario Run annoyances. Let us know if you have another problem in the comments below.

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