In 2016, Nintendo began developing games specifically designed to play on smartphones. The titles like Super Mario Run and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp showed the world's most lovely characters in our pockets without the tactical buttons, . But Nintendo can change because it has filed a patent application that makes smart phones look like gameboys.
This spring, a patent application was filed and a smartphone to showcase a classic rectangular Game Boy design. The case has a rectangular hand cutout, which is used as a pseudo-handheld screen, and the buttons below it can interactively transfer input to the touchscreen. A variety of third-party companies have previously tried.
Although patents do not always appear as a product, Nintendo is fairly robust instead of nostalgic launch. The NES Classic sold shortly after its launch in 2016 and continued to excite sales again in June, selling more systems this summer than the PS-4, Xbox One and the switch. It's no surprise that the company brings classic games and devices together with new cases to mobile.
And they should. I would like to play Kirby 's Dream Land desperately on my phone without using the emulator .