Take a look at some screenshots from the new Nintendo game App available on iPhone and iPad: Super Mario Run!
Super Mario Run is partially free, but you'll need to pay to unlock the full game - the initial download will come with a limited amount of content.
Super Mario Run will bring Nintendo's most popular video game character to smartphones for the very first time.
Super Mario Run was announced on-stage by Shigeru Miyamoto himself at Apple's reveal event for the iPhone 7. The game will launch on December 15 in 151 countries and regions so just about everyone around the globe will be able to satisfy their Mario addiction on the go all at once.
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Super Mario Run is simple enough to play: it involves controlling Mario as he runs across screen, using your finger to make him jump in the customary fashion. "Super Mario Run" will be released in the following month only for iOS devices. The game will be available on Android devices at a later, as-yet unannounced date. It will support several language options including English, Spanish, Japanese, and Russian.
Super Mario Run is a traditional Mario platformer game, but the key difference is that in this case, Mario is constantly running.
True to the company's previous experiments with mobile gaming, Super Mario Run will be "free to start", downloadable from the App Store for free. Instead of relying entirely on microtransactions, Super Mario Run will ask for a one-time payment of $9.99. We're also got a spiffy new trailer that shows off some of the game's levels and extra modes.
The game also features a unique "Toad Rally" mode that pits players against their friends in a series of time trial races.