Nintendo bringing Mario to Apple's iOS in new game, 'Super Mario Run'

Apple-app store Mario game

Apple's press conference led off with the long-awaited announcement of a new Mario game for iOS, Super Mario Run.

Super Mario Run will be an auto-runner with players tapping the screen to have Mario jump onto enemies, over obstacles and into power-ups.

During the game's presentation, gameplay was demonstrated live while Miyamoto explained how it maintained the feel of traditional Mario titles, and could even be played one-handed. Super Mario Run offers three different game modes: - The first mode features challenging courses for you to complete. It will initially be released exclusively on Apple's App Store in December for iPhone and iPad, with it following at a later date on Android.

In Super Mario Run, your character is constantly moving to the right. "Super Mario Run" looks like a totally new game designed from the ground up to be mobile friendly.

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In the second mode, you challenge the play data of other people's completed courses.

According to a report by Kotaku, Nintendo said "We do intend to release the game on Android devices at some point in the future.". This sees players competing against their friends in collecting the most Toad fans in an arena. A free version of the game will be available, with the price giving users the opportunity to unlock the full version. There will also be special blocks that will change the direction Mario is running in, or stop him in his tracks.

The game will cost a set price (not yet known), and will be released on the App Store later this year - nearly certainly in time for Christmas.