There are confirmations that the game works on Apple Watch and Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. But expanding a little, practically any device more or less recently equipped with a browser (so even a smartphone, a tablet or a computer, to say) can play without problems. For the Apple watch, since the browser is not freely accessible, it is necessary to send the URL in some way; the ideal is via a message or an email. Then just open the email and click on the link.
Incredible! Prince of Persia runs on @Apple Watch including full @phaser_ engine, playable with touch controls. Just send a mail or message with body https://t.co/YazGHnxyEy to yourself, open link on Apple Watch and play in near original resolution. #PrinceOfPersia #AppleWatch pic.twitter.com/n9dejPnopY
– Oliver Klemenz (@oklemenz) January 11, 2022
Prince of Persia was one of the great hits of the legendary Jordan Mechner, who developed and designed the game pretty much all by himself. Mechner not only launched one of the longest-running and most recognized video game franchises in history, also producing the sequel The Shadow and the Flame, but was also among the pioneers of fighting games, with his Karateka which dates back to 1984 (again for Apple II). Mechner then returned to Prince of Persia with the highly acclaimed 2003 reboot The Sands of Time, as a creative consultant and designer.