Things got exciting at the Apple iPhone 7 when other than the hardware, some of the games made its way to iPhone and Apple Watch. Yes, Nintendo joined the stage with Apple CEO Tim Cook to bring the evergreen Mario to iOS platform with the Super Mario Run. Even the popular Pokemon Go will be launching soon for Apple Watch.
Nintendo is working on a new game for Apple iOS platform, which will be called Super Mario Run, the company announced on stage at the iPhone 7 launch event in California. To be available on iPhone and iPad first, it will be free to download but users will have to pay to play the full game. It can be played with just one hand. The game will be launched for iOS platform in December. The game will also have a "Toad Rally" mode that will allow players to take on friends and strangers in a ghost challenge mode. There will also be a selection of Mario-themed stickers for iMessage.
Since the launch, PokemonGo has been available on iOS platform but now the app makes its way to Apple Watch as well. Wondering how to game will look like on such a small screen? More important thing first - PokemonGo on Apple Watch will track the footsteps and calories burned in real time. This will be integrated in the PokemonGo game for hatching eggs (where you need to walk a certain distance). It will tap the wrist when you approach a PokeStop and even alert your about the a Pokemon appears around you. Apple Watch will even show the players how much they need to walk to hatch the eggs and allow them to take PokeStops as well.
Cook revealed that iPhone and iPad are the most popular gaming device in the world with 500000 games in the Apple App Store.