Nintendo Switch fans looking to share their favorite gaming moments can easily transfer screenshots right to their smartphone. All it takes to snap a screenshot or record a video on the Nintendo Switch is to tap or long press the square button on the left Joy-Con. These photos are collected in the Album and stored in memory on the device. Getting them to the iPhone means they can be posted or shared using any app.
Nintendo announced via Twitter that Mario Kart Tour will be delayed until "summer of 2019" to "improve the quality of the application." The Mario Kart spinoff was originally planned to land on both the Apple App Store and Google Play in March of 2019.
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.