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It seems like a lot of people want to play Mario's iOS debut

The "we don't want to go into the mobile market" publisher Nintendo has made a giant push in the mobile market post Wii U drought, with its partnering with DeNA for Miitomo and now, a fully fledged iOS game in Super Mario Run. While it might seem like a blip on the radar for some, Tim Cook has informed BuzzFeed Japan that the project already has 20 million signups -- meaning, 20 million iOS users have opted to be informed immediately when Mario Run launches in December.
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