Dr. Mario World Out A Day Early Today On iOS, Launches Tomorrow On Android

The return of the popular puzzle franchise comes a little early for Apple players.

Posted By | On 10th, Jul. 2019

Dr. Mario World

We reported earlier that the beloved Dr. Mario puzzle series was making a return in the form of Dr. Mario World, a mobile take on the franchise. Well, iOS users got a big surprise today as the game went live one day early for Apple users.

The game was originally set to come out July 10th for both iOS and Android platforms, but seemingly with no official announcement or acknowledgement the game went live on iOS today, and you can play the whole thing, including multiplayer. If you’re a bit bummed being on Android, don’t worry, the launch is still on schedule for tomorrow on Android devices.

Dr. Mario World has some of the spirit of the original series, but is closer to a match three in the vein of Candy Crush as opposed to the Tetris inspiration the older games had, which you can get a clearer breakdown of here. It’s a free to play mobile title available now to all iOS compatible devices, and will go live tomorrow for Android devices.


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