The move aims to attract non-Nintendo gamers to the Nintendo platform.
We cannot deny that we are eagerly awaiting the day that Mario hits our mobile screens, however this is unfortunately not that day.
Japanese business paper, Nikkei has reported that Nintendo is planning on launching free mini-game demos on iOS and Android devices – which will have to do for now.
The newspaper also stated that the games company aims to reach out to potential users by spreading news on releases via different platforms getting in front of audiences that would have previously been missed.
Dr. Serkan Toto, who reported on the news, said: “The playable demos of console games are a means to give smartphone-only players a taste of the experience without making the actual game available on non-Nintendo devices and convert these users into Nintendo customers.”
Nintendo are expected to make this news official on Thursday.
In other Nintendo news, ZeptoLab and Activision announced the launch of Cut the Rope: Triple Treat on the Nintendo 3DS.
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