Super Mario Run players complain that game drains mobile data as Nintendo shares fall again

Super Mario Run has received a wave of complaints from gamers angry at the app devouring mobile data.

The iPhone game, the first Mario title for smartphones and a watershed moment for Nintendo’s ambitions in mobile games, requires a constant internet connection to play.

As well as a hefty initial download, users reported that the game requires more than 50MB of data for each hour of gaming. For those playing with mobile connections rather than Wi-Fi, the game can rapidly eat into data allowances.

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