On March 23, Super Mario Run will become available on the Google Play app store, Nintendo announced. The platformer’s first three levels are free, and users can pay $10 in-game to unlock all of its levels.
Apple struck a deal with Nintendo to bring the game to iPhones exclusively first. Before Apple announced the iPhone 7 in September, Nintendo creative director Shigeru Miyamoto introduced the game on Apple’s stage.
Plus, Apple participated in marketing for the game — it even required Apple Store employees to wear Mario pins.
But the game was always going to launch on Android as well, which is the most common mobile operating system.
A January estimate suggested that Nintendo fans downloaded Super Mario Run 78 million times in its first month and a half. Nintendo is hoping Android users can blow through that number.