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Nintendo and DeNA to make Games for Mobile Platforms

Fans of Nintendo have been clamoring for a long time for Nintendo to bring its iconic game characters and properties to mobile devices. Just about every fan of Mario or Zelda would love to see those games come to smartphones and tablets to play on the go. Nintendo hasn’t developed games in the past for mobile platforms other than its own Nintendo DS and 3DS platforms.

Super Legend Flynn 64 is a Nintendo 64-inspired RPG

Game developer David Amado Fernandez is known for making tribute games – say for example, the game “Hundred Fires” which is a tribute game for Metal Gear Solid. His most recent effort is a big nostalgia trip, especially for those who remember playing Super Mario and Legend of Zelda on a Nintendo 64 console. That’s what Super Legend Flynn 64 is – a heck of a trip down gaming memory lane.

Nintendo patent reveals Game Boy emulator plans

Nintendo seems to want to enter the airline industry, as well as, the mobile industry by bringing the Game Boy to airplanes. Nothing is official yet but a patent application was recently spotted: an application to virtualize Game Boy and other consoles and placing then in different devices such as phones and airline entertainment systems. Maybe it’s time for Nintendo to finally and officially go mobile and work on bringing the games to Android or iOS.

Nintendo Mario Kart TV is company’s first mobile venture

Nintendo will be releasing a mobile app this month, but if you've been following the company's statements about mobile devices, you'll know not to expect too much. The app, Mario Kart TV, will be a companion utility for Mario Kart 8, but it will be less impressive than companion apps you see for Microsoft Xbox and Sony PlayStation consoles.

Why Nintendo won’t bring Zelda, Mario to mobile

The rise of mobile gaming, both on Android and iOS, has made game developers and publishers start to consider creating new games or porting their existing titles over to smartphones and tablets. One series of titles, however, remains an elusive dream on mobile devices, and Nintendo, who owns popular franchises such as Zelda and Mario, is saying that it's all a matter of business.

Duck Retro Hunt brings nostalgia and 8-bit gaming to Android

Whoa! For everyone that had any sort of childhood or fun in the late 80's and early 90's the game Duck Hunt needs absolutely zero introduction. Irritating dogs laughing at you when your aim is terrible and you can't shoot those beautiful 8-bit ducks. Oh, the memories. Well today we get that same classic 8-bit fun mixed in with some 2013 style augmented reality on Android. Check it out below.
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