After the four titles released so far, the Japanese group wants more, according to the Wall Street Journal. The search for other developers is open
It seems that Nintendo has finally become passionate about the smartphone games market. The Japanese group has become the protagonist over the last two years of some very interesting launches in the mobile gaming sector, and it seems that for the coming months its plans are to intensify efforts in this situation. The Wall Street Journal reports, according to which Nintendo plans to, in the near future, to contact several development houses simultaneously to carry out new projects.
This would be a significant change of gear: after years of hiding from the screens of phones and tablets, Nintendo took its first steps in this field with the help of DeNA, a developer in which the Super Mario house has invested in person and which in two years has brought four titles to Android and iOS. By increasing the number of partners involved in development could increase the number of games released every year without necessarily sacrificing quality, an aspect that remains fundamental for Nintendo.
According to information collected by the Wall Street Journal, Nintendo would no longer be hunting for people to invest in financially as happened in the past with DeNA; among the names leaked in the indiscretions is that of GungHo, which in the past by the multinational has already borrowed some characters for its Puzzle & Dragons. Representatives deny that there are ongoing negotiations, but if it does, it won't take long to confirm it.