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Nintendo's first mobile game, Miitomo, isn't exactly a game

What did you expect, Mario on the iPhone? Meanwhile, Twitch creates a hub for artists, and the curious OnePlus X can only be bought by invitation.

Nintendo finally revealed its very first smartphone game! But... it's not what anyone expected. In fact, it's not really a game.

Watch CNET Update for an early look at Nintendo's upcoming Miimoto app. Also in the world of gaming, Twitch creates a hub for live streaming artists so you can learn to paint happy little trees:

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Nintendo's first mobile game, Miitomo, isn't exactly a game