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The most famous character of Nintendo, Mario may appear on your smartphone sometime this year. In an article in the Japanese newspaper Mainichi Shimbun, the president of Nintendo, Tatsumi Kimishima, who was appointed in September 2015, аnnounced plans to launch smartphone apps featuring famous characters of the company until the end of 2016.

Unfortunately he did not provide details of the games itself. To date, Nintendo has announced only one free mobile game Miitomo, which is expected to start in March. But this game does not contain familiar faces like Mario and Pikachu, instead it focuses on the Mii avatars, which were popularized with the original Wii console.

The former president of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, who passed away last July, earlier said that Nintendo will not “do anything that could harm the brand image” when it comes to adapting popular franchises for mobile devices.

Nintendo is expected to launch four more mobile games to March 2017 the Company has partnered with The Pokemon Company and Niantic Labs for mobile virtual reality game Pokemon Go.

Kimishima also confirmed the plans of Nintendo for Nintendo NX the mysterious device of the company, which we have to see later this year. It is expected to replace the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.

Earlier reports claim that NX will be hybrid mobile console powerful enough to compete with the current generation of consoles from Sony and Microsoft. Kimishima said it will be “something unique and different.”

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