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Super Mario Fun For iPhone Release Date, Features: Nintendo Announced Game App On Apple Event; Game App To Be Available On Android?

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During Apple's annual event held in San Francisco, 'Super Mario Bros.' creator Shigeru took stage to introduce "Super Mario Run." This first ever mobile game version of "Super Mario" is exclusively will come to iPhone and will be available on App store soon.

"Super Mario Run" for iPhone is the first ever Mario mobile game, and it will come exclusively to iOS, Forbes reported. During the event, Apple CEO Tim Cook said "They'll be doing it first on iOS," before he introduced Miyamoto.

How to play "Super Mario Run"

The character, Mario, in "Super Mario Run" is an automatic runner. Mario is constantly running to the right to the right.

Just like the traditional 2D Mario level, players will collect coins as many as they can in a set of time, before they reach the flagpole at the end of the game. By tapping, the auto-running Mario will jump.

"Super Mario Run" includes multiple worlds and levels. "Toad Rally" allows players to compete against each other.

According to a listing on Apple store, the description said that the game features three modes. First mode is the challenging courses for beginners that should be completed. second, challenge the play data of other people's completed courses, then the last one, you can create your own Mushroom Kingdom using the coins you garnered.

Although it was announced that "Super Mario Run" is exclusively will come to iOS, Nintendo later announced they will make this game available on Android as well.

"We do intend to release the game on Android devices at some point in the future," Nintendo told Kotaku.

"Super Mario Run" for iPhone will launch in December. The price is not yet announced.

Nintendo said, users can try to play the game app for free prior to purchasing. It will be available in over 100 countries once it is launched,

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