While on a visit to Japan, Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Nintendo's legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto. Earlier this morning, Cook posted a good morning greeting from the county alongside a picture of him walking through torii, traditional Japanese gates that are often posted outside of shrines.
Photo via Tim Cook
Cook tweeted that he was learning how to play the upcoming Super Mario Run as he met with Miyamoto and his team at Nintendo's Kyoto headquarters.
Getting the hang of Super Mario Run, thanks to Miyamoto-san and his awesome team at Nintendo! pic.twitter.com/gSxU4iQbAv — Tim Cook (@tim_cook) October 13, 2016 Ah, to be a fly on the wall in that room. Let's hope Super Mario Run do...
Nintendo finally announced that it is introducing a new Mario game to Apple’s iOS app store for the first time. Shigeru Miyamoto, the chief game designer at Nintendo, made the announcement at Apple’sits press event in San Francisco....
In a surprise move, Apple CEO Tim Cook brought Nintendo’s legendary videogame creator Shigeru Miyamoto on stage at its iPhone event Wednesday in San Francisco to announce a new Nintendo game for iOS: “Super Mario Run.”
Continuing his East Asian tour, Apple CEO Tim Cook arrived in Japan this week and on Wednesday visited a popular shrine in Kyoto, met with executives from Nintendo and scored an early preview of Super Mario Run for iOS.