Nintendo announces Dr. Mario World for mobile, new partnership with LINE
Posted on 10 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News | 0 comments
The puzzle game Dr. Mario World is coming to mobile devices, Nintendo has just announced. It’s targeted for release this summer.
Rather than DeNA, Nintendo is partnering with LINE on the app. The two sides “will co-develop and jointly operate” Dr. Mario World.
A new set of LINE stickers are up on the social media app featuring Pikachu. These stickers play music when you click on them and will run you about 240¥/$1.99/£1.49 to download.
Nintendo big band & rock band concerts at Switch event in Tokyo will be streamed via LINE Live
Posted on 2 years ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in News, Switch | 0 comments
A while back, we reported on the various concerts Nintendo is holding at the Switch public event at Tokyo Big Sight next week. Today, Nintendo revealed via its LINE account that these concerts will be live-streamed online via the messaging app’s live-streaming service, LINE Live. There will be a stream on both days of the public event, January 14th and January 15th, and these will last for a total of 7 hours each, from 10 AM JST till 5 PM JST.
As Japan gets the latest Kirby game, popular instant-messaging app LINE has added some animated Kirby stickers to their lineup. Retailing at 240 Yen/1.99€/£1.49/$1.99 or 100 LINE coins, they’re the perfect way to add a little more of the pink puffball to your life.
LINE app now has Splatoon stickers
Posted on 4 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 2 Comments
LINE, a popular messaging app for mobile devices, has once again received Nintendo content. The latest addition? Splatoon. Users can begin exchanging messages with stickers based on the Wii U game.
LINE app adds Animal Crossing stickers
Posted on 4 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News | 0 comments
The mobile messaging app LINE has been updated with stickers based on Animal Crossing. Pricing is set at $1.99 / €1.99 / 240 yen for the set. You can get a look at all of the different stickers here.
LINE is particularly big in Japan, where it is the country’s top social media platform. Over 600 million users have used the app thus far.