This week, we talk about a new Angry Birds game, a Wii-style game on Android, Nintendo and DeNA, Google Play changes, and more Android apps and games news!
In a recent interview, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata assured readers that the development of the company’s new mobile games would be mainly done by Nintendo.
Yesterday Nintendo announced a major milestone in its history: a partnership with mobile game publisher DeNA to use Mario and Company. How can this be good?
Nintendo has announced plans to bring its rich catalog of IP to the mobile world via a partnership with DeNA. The focus will be on new software, not ports.
Nintendo has filed another patent outlining the company’s intentions to bring Game Boy emulation to smartphones and in-flight gaming systems.
Older consoles are a memorable part of a lot of childhoods and, in many cases, you can play the classics again on Android with these emulators!
In this app list we’ll explore the best Nintendo DS emulator for Android. The list is short but there are some gems available if you need a DS emulator! Check it out!
Nintendo has made it clear that it has no intention of developing games for Android anytime soon, but is the company dismissing mobile gaming too soon?
Japan’s Nikkei business newspaper is reporting that Nintendo will release an official Android app to promote its products while also offering mini-games which serve as demos for the full console versions. However it looks like full ports won’t be coming any time soon.
It has been a bad weekend for Nintendo. On Friday the company announced that it expects to make a loss of some $335m for the financial year ending 31 March 2014. It also altered its sales... forecast for its Wii U games console. Originally Nintendo estimated it would sell 9 million Wii U units but it has now cut its forecast by nearly 70% to 2.8 million units. The company also reduced...