Nintendo said that they will bring Animal Crossing to mobile, but Mario gets cut.
More details are emerging on mobile strategy for Nintendo (NTDOY), which reversed its previous course last year by planning five mobile games by March 2017
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Nintendo has confirmed that their next two mobile games, Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem, will be free-to-play. They will feature microtransactions.
Japanese gaming giant Nintendo is still taking baby steps into the mobile gaming world, something that until about a year ago was an idea shunned by the
Nintendo is bringing out two games to smartphones this year, and until now, it is not clear how the company plans to market them. These two games releasing from Nintendo are "Fire Emblem" and "Animal Crossing," and recently, news indicates them being free-to-play games.