‘Super Mario’ on your cell and a game that requires you to breathe to win.

FOX’s Eammonn Dignam explains in the latest FOX Bits:

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Most game developers are looking to make your heart beat faster while you play, but upcoming game for mobile devices, “The Champions of Shengha” wants you to slow down and breathe.

The digital card game uses a heart rate sensor that attaches to the ear to measures your pulse and the calmer player stays, the more turns they get.

Simon Fox is the design director:
Mr. Fox saying that there are other applications in the works for the new technology.
‘Super Mario Run’ making its debut on December 15 on mobile devices. 

The most famous plumber in the red cap will continually run while players tap the screens of their phones to avoid enemies, hit blocks, and find secrets.
The game is free to download, but for the full experience you’ll need an internet connection and to pay a $9.99 charge.

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