Nintendo is finally making games for the iPhone and iPad
DeNA has stated that the alliance will result in the creation of new games that leverage Nintendo's IP, and not ports of existing titles currently available on the 3DS and Wii U:
Both companies are also be working on a cross-platform gaming service that will be accessible on iPhones, iPads, other smartphones and tablets along with PCs as well as Nintendo's own products such as the 3DS and the Wii U. The service is set to debut sometime during fall 2015.
As part of the collaboration, Nintendo is buying a 10 percent stake in DeNA, with the mobile game publisher acquiring 1.24 percent of Nintendo's shares.
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