Wondering how many people are chomping at the bit to play Super Mario Run? According to Apple's Tim Cook, 20 million people chose to hit the 'Notify' button for the game via it's App Store listing. I am super pumped for the title, but I didn't chose to get notified. Imagine how many people are going to grab the game and didn't bother to sign up for notification!
The biggest franchise in gaming history will make its mobile debut first on Apple's iOS platform with "Super Mario Run," a new title coming to the iPhone App Store.
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.
First, the iconic game Super Mario Bros. will come to iOS in a new game called “Super Mario Run.” Mario will appear in the App Store by the end of this year. Next, the hugely popular augmented-reality game Pokémon GO will debut on t...
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.”