Mario Kart will be playable on phones by March 2019
Nintendo announced Mario Kart Tour on Wednesday, a game for iOS and Android devices.
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Yeah, Animal Crossing on mobile is good, but have you ever tried mobile Mario Kart?
No, you haven't, because there is no Mario Kart on
or Android. That will change though, as
Wednesday made a big announcement via Twitter: Mario Kart is coming to mobile platforms in the form of Mario Kart Tour.
Not much information on the game was announced, though Nintendo did note that it'd hit your
by the end of March 2019.
Nintendo in its nine-months earning report, released Tuesday, noted that smartphone-related revenue was up to 29.1 billion yen, or $265 million, thanks to those games.
The star of that report, though, was the Switch. Released last March, the Switch had sold 14.8 million units by the end of 2017. It wasn't just Mario's karting adventures that brought in big bucks, as the acclaimed
Super Mario Odyssey
sold over 9 million copies between October and the end of December.