During a financial briefing, Nintendo confirms that mobile game Super Mario Run will be partly free to play and that friends from Miitomo can be carried over.
Nintendo discusses its upcoming plans in a meeting with its investors, discussing Club Nintendo’s replacement program, and a release date for Miitomo.
During Nintendo’s latest earnings briefing, the company discusses the central figure of its next smartphone game and its plans on using virtual reality.
Nintendo reveals its first mobile title called Miitomo and confirms first details for the title, while also announcing that it has been pushed back to 2016.
DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako reiterates that more details are coming ‘soon’ in regards to the company’s collaboration with Nintendo on new smartphone titles.
DeNA CEO Shintaro Asako claims that Nintendo’s first mobile game will arrive before the end of 2015, and compares the DeNA and Nintendo partnership to Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.
As Nintendo prepares to release games on mobile devices later this year, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata reveals that he doesn’t like the term ‘free to play’.
In a controversial move, Nintendo announces a partnership with DeNA to release games on mobile platforms and work together on an online subscription service.
Disney unveils ‘Star Wars: Galactic Defense’, a tower defense title for iOS and Android devices.
Today, DeNA announced a partnership with Namco Bandai to bring their popular titles to the mobile market in Japan. Additionally, DeNA is building a venture capital for gaming starting with investments in American mobile gaming companies.