In this June 11, 2013 file photo, attendees play video games on the Nintendo 3DS at the Nintendo Wii U software showcase during the E3 game show in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)
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Shares in gaming giant Nintendo jumped more than five percent Wednesday after giving details of the launch for its keenly awaited new Super Mario game for iPhones, hot on the heels of the Pokemon phenomenon that swept the globe.Kyoto-based Nintendo said it would release Super Mario Run worldwide for Apple's iPhone and iPad through the App Store on Dec. 15 at a cost of $9.99 in the United States but would provide free access to limited elements of the game.Nintendo's shares more than doubled in July -- making it more valuable than Sony at one point -- as its Pokemon Go game exploded into the public consciousness, being downloaded half a billion times.
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