On the first day of February, Nintendo almost broke the internet by announcing it would launch Mario Kart Tour for mobile devices, bringing the incredibly popular franchise to smartphones.
Nintendo today announced that it is working on bringing its massively popular Mario Kart game series to mobile devices. The game is currently in testing and will be released by March 2019. Yep, that’s a wait of more than a year we are talking about here.
Nintendo has decided to end support for its first-ever smartphone game: Miitomo. The company’s first foray into smartphone games was less than impressive to save the least. Many expected the company to first release a game based on its popular character Mario but instead, they got Miitomo — a weird game where players interact with Mii characters, talk to them, and more.
Nintendo’s announcement back in 2015, that the company was finally jumping into the mobile gaming market, was not only exciting, but also ambitious.
It has not been very long since Nintendo launched its newest smartphone game, a new entry in the long-running Animal Crossing series, but it has proven quite popular already.
Nintendo today provided more details about its upcoming Animal Crossing game for iOS devices: Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. The game will be making its way to iOS and Android next month.
Back in July, Nintendo officially launched the Switch Online app, which, among other things, made it possible for players on the online network to talk to one another while playing multiplayer in Splatoon 2.
The Nintendo Switch, the company’s newest video game console, has an online feature, but owners need to use their smartphone to actually communicate with other players.
According to sources of The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo is looking to bring its popular The Legend of Zelda franchise to iPhone. The company has already brought its iconic games and characters like Miitomo, Super Mario Run, and Fire Emblem Heroes to the platform so far.
This week, Super Mario Run finally launched on Android, after being available for iOS devices since last December.