Nintendo will bring a new Dr. Mario game to your phone this summer
No word if Dr. Luigi will be joining him.
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The action puzzle game is designed specifically for
and Android devices. If you're not familiar with Dr. Mario, it has a Tetris-style falling-block layout in which you maneuver different colored capsules to kill off viruses.
The first Dr. Mario game was released in 1990 for the NES, with new versions and sequels released for the Super NES, Nintendo 64, Wii U, Game Boy and