If you were hoping to play Nintendo's Mario Kart Tour on iOS and Android in March, we have some bad news for you. Many are quick to share their negative thoughts towards Nintendo's porting endeavours at the moment, but it's clear to see why so many Wii U games are coming to Switch - and it's clear that an terrible lot of players want them, too.
The just-delayed Mario Kart Tour isn't the only Nintendo title coming to mobile devices this summer.
Ultimate launched on December 7, meaning that it shifted all those copies in less than a month, making it the fastest-selling Nintendo home console game of all time. If it's anything like the original Dr. Mario released in 1990 for the NES, SNES and Game Boy, it'll offer a Tetris-like experience that'll have you killing viruses on-screen using capsules tossed in by the beloved Italian plumber-turned-physician. Dr. Mario World is targeting an early summer 2019 global release, including in Japan and the United States. In 2016, Nintendo entered the mobile games business, creating even more opportunities for consumers to engage with Nintendo IP and reaching audiences beyond its dedicated video game platform business.
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Nintendo fans are somewhat used to delays here and there, then. The gaming giant has announced that it's working on an action puzzle game entitled Dr. Mario World with Line Corp.
The first Super Mario Kart was released way back in 1992, and there has been over 100 million copies sold of the series so far to date, so to say that it has proven popular is an understatement.