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Super Mario World may still be a few weeks away from an Android release, but Nintendo isn’t letting up on its newfound momentum. The much anticipated Fire Emblem: Heroes is now out as promised, albeit in select regions only. Heroes is currently playable in Japan and Oceania, and Nintendo of Europe tweeted earlier today that the game is available in Europe as well.
Nintendo has posted a tweet that gives Android gamers a new time frame to look at with regards to the launch of Super Mario Run on Google Play. This game, which originally was released onto iOS for a short exclusive period, has now seemingly been delayed and won’t be landing on Android till March 2017.
Today during a live stream Nintendo finally gave out some details, as well as previewed, the company’s next mobile game, which will be Fire Emblem. We have known for awhile that Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing would be the next couple of mobile games to come from Nintendo after Super Mario Run.
If you are an iOS gamer (wait … why are you on DroidGamers?) then you have likely already experienced the smash hit that is Super Mario Run. For those of us who prefer to play our games on Android, Nintendo has finally begun the process of letting us join in on the fun.
Recently, the interwebs have been abuzz about Nintendo having released their first game onto mobile, coming from a highly sought-after franchise; as Android users, we have felt the slight from Nintendo as it’s currently exclusive to iOS. As I have watched this story unfold from afar, there is a particular facet of it that has now caught my attention, as new information seems to have surfaced.
Nintendo is still working on releasing Super Mario Run for mobile devices, with the Android version slated for release sometime shortly after the limited iOS exclusive launch happens on December 15th, 2016. Well now there are more details about Nintendo’s next mobile game, mainly with how the game mechanics will work, as well as more gameplay footage to check out.
Back in September 2016 Nintendo announced what their next mobile game would be, which is called Super Mario Run. If you happened to have missed that announcement, Super Mario Run will be a running platformer (not an endless runner) that brings back some of the older level designs from past Super Mario games.