02 February, 2019
The company will be bringing a new Dr. Mario game titled Dr.
Presumably it will play similarly to the NES and Game Boy original though, which debuted in 1990 and is a falling block puzzle game very similar to Columns and Puyo Puyo.
However, they can look to Legendary Nintendo games maker Shigeru Miyamoto for some crumbs of comfort.
Even more of interest, however, is exactly what Nintendo has planned for Mario Kart Tour.
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The company says the Mario Kart Tour app will be delayed until summer 2019 but didn't specify a month or date. Mario is one of the most beloved names in gaming, so it seems that the company is looking to get the game as close to ideal as possible to avoid disappointing fans and tarnishing the money-making franchise.
For those that have played the original game, getting to the maximum of level 20 is not all that hard. In other words, you can expect more updates for the Nintendo games that are already available on iPhone and Android. Well, details are fairly scarce at the moment, the news release post merely states the partnership in the mobile game business with Nintendo and LINE Corporation co-developing the title for smart devices. Yes, the Dr. Mario series is coming to phones.
Nintendo's foray into the smartphone world has been somewhat successful thus far, and it's just announced a new mobile game. The latest of these, Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure, hit the 3DS in 2015.