Today was a big day for Nintendo fans as 3 classic titles have landed on the Apple App Store. Besides the occasional licensed Pokémon game, Nintendo for years ignored other mobile platforms like iOS and Android until it started creating its own touchscreen titles in 2016. Nintendo's lack of interest in mobile gaming didn't stop other publishers from bringing their classic Nintendo games to the iPhone and iPad, and today was no different, as two Nintendo DS games and a "special edition" of a classic SNES title popped up on the App Store.
After announcing that Animal Crossing is coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2019, Isabelle tweeted (aka Animal Crossing UK) that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp would be crossing over with Splatoon starting September 13th. Nintendo also revealed that Isabelle will be a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, making it a big week for Animal Crossing fans.
Fire Emblem Heroes has been updated to version 2.1.0 with a new heroes from the Nintendo Wii title, Radiant Dawn. The new heroes will be available through future summoning events. They include Micaiah, Sothe and Zelgiu. You can see the new heroes and their abilities in the video below.
On Sunday Nintendo of America tweeted and official release date for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The game was originally expected to be released in March, but it was delayed until later in the year. Nintendo instead released Fire Emblem Heroes in February, making Animal Crossing its third iOS title, not counting Miitomo.
Nintendo on Tuesday announced that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is coming to iOS and Android in "late November." In the game, players can manage their own camp by crafting furniture and other amenities. The game will include areas for players to fish, collect fruit and catch bugs, and side missions for players to make new friends and earn rewards by helping other animals.