Nintendo on Thursday announced that its next game for iOS and Android will be Dr. Mario World. They are calling it an ‘action puzzler’ and as you’d expect it will be free to play with optional in-app purchases.
The developer of Delta, the vintage console emulator for iOS devices, has given us a little something extra to play around with while we wait for its full release. We give you an inside peek at the NES emulator Delta Lite, as well as a guide to install it yourself.
A brightly colored title filled with Japanese 3D characters, magical beasts, dungeons and more, Dragalia Lost is Nintendo’s all-new original action role-playing game created specifically for Apple and Android smartphones.
Looks like Miitomo isn’t long for this world. Nintendo’s initial entry into smartphone apps will be no more, come May 9th. If you are currently one of the (few) users of Miitomo, you can still continue to use the app through then.
Even though Animal Crossing just launched on iOS recently, we are seeing our first major holiday event hit the app. Now you can earn candy canes, and redeem them for special limited time items including clothes, furniture, and decorations.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has debuted as Nintendo’s second most popular title to hit mobile devices. In the first 6 days, it has seen around 15 million downloads, about half as much as Super Mario Run, but roughly double that of Fire Emblem Heroes.