Nintendo will bring Dr. Mario to smartphones this summer

Nintendo Delays Mario Kart Tour to Later in 2019

Nintendo Delays Mario Kart Tour to Later in 2019

Nintendo also owns a five percent share of mobile developer Cygames, which released action-RPG Dragalia Lost with Nintendo previous year. Bless you, Dr. Mario! However, renewed enthusiasm following reports of strong demand for Switch software has helped lift the stock 16 percent this year.

Products like Pikachu dolls and other merchandise featuring Nintendo characters, such as a Monopoly board game starring Super Mario, are some examples of how the company hopes to cash in on its rich content.

This comes a day after the company delayed Mario Kart Tour for Android and iOS. The original Dr. Mario launched on the NES back in 1990 and played a lot like Tetris.

Early past year, Nintendo announced it was working on an animated movie based on its most popular franchise, Super Mario Bros.

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"We are hoping it will be a new point of contact between consumers and Nintendo that a wide range of people, regardless of age, gender, or experience with games can enjoy", says Nintendo.

Nintendo said the game will be "free to download with optional in-app purchases" but didn't go into detail on how exactly the monetization system would work.

Nintendo is reportedly planning on releasing a more portable iteration of the Nintendo Switch as early as this year, according to a report from Japanese publication Nikkei and a thorough translation from Nintendo Everything.

Just hours after announcing that its mobile Mario Kart game has been delayed to summer 2019, Nintendo offered up some good news for fans of its mobile division.

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