So far, Nintendo has released three games for iOS, but you can barely count Miitomo as a game. Miitomo is more of a social experience than a game, but the company has brought some smash gaming hits to our iPhones and iPads. Super Mario Run, even though it required an in-app purchase to go beyond the first levels, was a rousing success for the console gaming giant. Fire Emblem: Heroes, a free-to-play turn-based strategy game, follows the more typical style of freemium games.
Next up for Nintendo is supposed to be Animal Crossing, originally set for launch in March 2017. That game was delayed until sometime during the current fiscal year. That means, unfortunately, that the title might not arrive until sometime before March 31, 2018. On the other hand, NintendoWire predicts that Animal Crossing will arrive during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June 2017. In the meantime, gamers worldwide are clamoring for Legend of Zelda to arrive on mobile devices.
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