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When Super Mario Run made its debut on the iPhone last year, it represented something new: the well-crafted platforming action of Mario tailored to a touchscreen interface. It was a lighter, more streamlined Mario, but it was still Mario at its core. The one thing the game didn’t have much of, though, was staying power. It launched with a small number of levels and not much else, meaning players have been hopping through the same stages since December. But that changes today. Nintendo just released the first major update for the game, and it adds something Super Mario Run has desperately needed: surprise.

The core of the update is an all-new game mode called “remix 10.” Essentially, the mode chops up the existing Mario Run stages into…

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