February 12, 2014   1,884 notes

tinycartridge:

Finally, Nintendo’s mobile plans make sense ⊟

Nintendo going all out with mobile game development? Probably not going to happen. Making “minigames” for iPhones and Androids? Just a rumor, folks.

But this is actually happening, and it’s sure to reverse Nintendo’s fortunes around. Expect president Satoru Iwata to announce this new mobile initiative at the top of the company’s imminent investors’ briefing: Pikmin stands that can hold up your smartphone (or a strawberry if you are so inclined).

San-ei is selling these sets — along with other cute items, like a Pikmin bin that I must have — for ¥1,260 (around $12) in Japan. Via Nintendotweet!

BUY Pikmin 3, upcoming games

February 12, 2014   172 notes

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February 12, 2014   151 notes
soupsoup:

The mobile game “Flappy Bird” generates $50,000 per day in ad revenue for its Vietnamese developer, Dong Nguyen. Nguyen told The Verge Feb. 5 that the game will not likely receive any more updates because “anything added to the game will ruin it somehow.”

soupsoup:

The mobile game “Flappy Bird” generates $50,000 per day in ad revenue for its Vietnamese developer, Dong Nguyen. Nguyen told The Verge Feb. 5 that the game will not likely receive any more updates because “anything added to the game will ruin it somehow.”