Let's talk about the games in which Nintendo has been the main developer. Because for example Pokmon games are not developed by Nintendo. Pokmon Go, Pokmon Masters or Pokmon Rumble Rush are games that Nintendo does not develop directly although it is part of the development and gives its approval.
Knowing this, we start with the list.
Mario Kart Tour
Obviously, for the novelty and the hours of fun that is giving thousands of users for just two days had to be the first. Mario Kart Tour It's the last game Nintendo has released. The classic kart racing game with all the characters in the Mario franchise is now available for mobile. So if you want to enjoy some races while throwing bananas, shells and other annoying tems, you can play this game completely and for free.
Super Mario Run
One of the first steps the company took in the mobile phone world was withSuper Mario RunSuper Mario Run is the idea of playing the New Super Mario Bros with your mobile, but adapted to your mobile. If you are a regular player of the saga it is possible that at first you get a little strange control, but when you catch the trick it is a game that can be enjoyed a lot.
The first levels are free as a demo, if you see that the game you like you will have to pay 9.99.A price not exaggeratedly exorbitant if you really like the game.
Dr. Mario World
It is clear that Nintendo puts much effort in that Mario, the plumber who gives image to the company, has prominence in his first steps on Android. Dr. Mario WorldIt has a very different technique to what the franchise has accustomed us. Although Dr. Mario is a saga that exists since NES in 1990, it is not as well known as the Mario Bros. saga.
The game consists of solving puzzles in the style ofCandy Crushbut it includes many game modes within the puzzles, so we have guaranteed fun. Take a look if you want to have a good time without worrying a lot.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
And finally we have Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.Finally leaving Mario aside, Pocket Camp is a game that has delighted fans of this game of living with animals in a small town and helping the growth of this. And if you want to take your little town where you want you to go, this is your game.
But we can not only enjoy the games that Nintendo offers us for mobile devices. Technology advances by leaps and bounds. That means that some consoles from years ago are less powerful than a current mobile phone, so we can enjoy many of the games of our old consoles on our phone without problems.
We have many options, but in Android Help we already compile you the best Nintendo DS emulators, the best Gameboy Advance emulators and even the best Nintendo 64 emulators. All prepared to run on your Android phone.
So if you want to play the mystical Mario 64, that fantastic The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (or Phantom Hourglass if you are an open-air rocket) or the popular third generation Pokmon games (Rub, Sapphire and Emerald), You can do everything from your mobile.
What do you think? What is the game you like most? Or do you prefer to go for emulators and play the classic?