Some time ago we told you about the intention of Nintendo entered the gaming market for mobile phones. And now just materialize in a concrete project with face and eyes: Nintendo Miitomo. This is a game designed specifically for iOS and Android and considered a “social” game.

Here we show you what it’s Nintendo’s new proposal, Miitomo, with videos and details of Miitomo. But also we talk about the scheduled release date and other projects of Nintendo now making their way through this new path.

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In Nintendo Miitomo, which has been considered by many more an application than a game, it allows information with others using the Mii avatars. Everyone speculated that the first mobile game Pokemon Go would not be finally has not happened. But that does not mean that Pokemon Go will not leave: the title of the legendary creatures Mobile will also shortly. And I will come with a Pokeball weareable as to improve the gaming experience.

A social game

But Miitomo intended to be a history of the game. It will be like an application of messaging-like game. You will share profiles with other users for free, but will have payments to make in-app if you want to access certain elements. That is, the application is designed for Nintendo make cash with it, no doubt.

With the new service Nintendo Account various avatars regardless of the platform used, because everything will be based on the cloud will connect. It will be put on sale in 2016, a few months before Pokemon Go.

Finally, it is worth noting that Nintendo Miitomo be the epicenter of the wide range of games that start out in 2017. There are five titles scheduled for that year and the following. Nintendo looks for new revenue streams.

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Some time ago we told you about the intention of Nintendo entered the gaming market for mobile phones. And now just materialize in a concrete project with face and eyes: Nintendo Miitomo. This is a game designed specifically for iOS and Android and considered a 'social' game. Here we show...