Super Mario Run was recently launched only for the iOS, so you can download it for free on iPhone and iPad.
Overheard 2 girls (who most likely matured with Gameboys and Mario) talking about that they were looking forward to the video game with iPhones in hand. So this was their very first time playing Super Mario Run. I quickly heard the frustration (within 30 seconds approximately). So the game must be actually bad; if what sounded like casual players can’t stand it, then who can? Something is for very critical ‘hardcore’ players to scoff at the game but casuals? Then you’ve stopped working.
iOS emulators are APK files that you can just obtain from untrustworthy sources, you will not discover genuine ones, so the very first threat is to download an unknown file from an unknown source and hope it works as expected. On top of that, you will need the installation copy of Super Mario Run and download that IPA (iOS app file), when again, from sources less than respectable. That’s a lot of danger for something that might not even work.
Well, Super Mario Run on Android does not exist. When the app is locked for some countries at launch, the APK file remains in the Google Play Store, but you can only access it from specific countries, indicating it’s possible for people submit the file to the internet. Super Mario Run isn’t really formally in the Google Play Shop, no mater where are you from, indicating the as far as we understand that there is no such APK.
When it comes to Cider, well that is a genuine thing (or at least it was), and is now called Cycada. In 2014 it was revealed as a project that may eventually permit so you can play an iOS app on Android. We have no idea what has actually occurred with this task considering that, but it’s not offered for download.