Mario Kart Tour is a free-to-play kart racing title developed by DeNA and published by Nintendo.
It is the first Mario Kart game to be made for mobile devices.
The mobile spinoff of the beloved multiplayer series gets... multiplayer.
Fire Emblem leads the pack by a large margin.
Everyone can get in on the race this time.
Anyone and everyone can get into this race.
A modified Tokyo track and new alternate characters also available until January 14th.
They also contributed to Mario Kart Tour's development.
The Nintendo franchise has seen huge success on mobile.
The October event sees a lot of new content for the racer.
And $12.7 million raked in in revenue.
The kart racing series speeds to an excellent mobile debut.
That number could be significantly higher though, according to Niko Partners' Daniel Ahmad.
Unlock Gold Gifts, in-game badges and 200cc mode for $4.99 per month.
Unlock Yoshi as a racer or pick up Pauline and Musician Mario.
See a variety of courses in the newest trailer.
Mario Kart finally races onto mobile next month.
The mobile racer is still slated to take the track this year.
Beta participants should start receiving mails confirming access.
You can sign up now for the mobile racer's beta.
Much like most Nintendo mobile games, this one too got delayed.
Nintendo’s President wants mobile games to be an ongoing pillar of revenue for the company going forward.
That’s what Nintendo says, but of course, there could always be delays...
Nintendo of America president offers update on upcoming mobile title.
The end of an era may be near.