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How to get 10,000 Fire Emblem Heroes Hero Feathers this week

How to get 10,000 Fire Emblem Heroes Hero Feathers this week

Nintendo has been giving out a lot of free stuff to celebrate the launch of Fire Emblem Heroes but what's coming later this week is by far one of the biggest prizes. Nintendo held a promotion on Twitter, asking for a Fire Emblem Heroes-related post to get 10,000 global retweets. So long as that goal was achieved by February 7 (today) at 7 PM Eastern, Nintendo said it would reward all Fire Emblem Heroes players with 10,000 hero feathers.

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There’s a ridiculously easy way to get thousands of Super Mario Run coins

There’s a ridiculously easy way to get thousands of Super Mario Run coins

If you find yourself short on coins in Super Mario Run, then the latest promotion from Nintendo is absolutely for you. Nintendo is giving away 2,222 coins in Super Mario Run to pretty much anyone who wants them. The company is doing this in celebration of the launch of Fire Emblem Heroes, which released for iOS and Android last week.

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Fire Emblem Heroes release begins on Android and iOS

Fire Emblem Heroes release begins on Android and iOS

Just a couple of weeks after giving its Fire Emblem mobile game a name, Nintendo is launching it on iOS and Android. Today is the day that strategy fans will be able to check out Fire Emblem Heroes, though it doesn't seem like all regions are getting it right away. The good news, however, is that it doesn't seem to be a timed exclusive for one platform, meaning it's launching on both iOS and Android at the same time.

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Super Mario Run’s Golden Goomba event has begun

Super Mario Run’s Golden Goomba event has begun

Nintendo is giving Super Mario Run players a reason to hop back into the game today, launching a new Golden Goomba event. This isn't the first event we've seen for Super Mario Run, but it's possibly the biggest yet, sending players on a game-wide hunt for these special Goombas. Finding and squashing them comes with a number of different perks as well, so serious Super Mario Run players will definitely want to partake.

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Super Mario Run adds new ‘Easy Mode’

Super Mario Run adds new ‘Easy Mode’

Super Mario Run fans now have access to a new 'Easy Mode' that, obviously, makes it easier to play the game's courses 'pressure-free.' The new mode is a welcomed addition for kids, those unfamiliar with the nature of mobile games, and anyone who wants to waste some time without feeling the pressure. According to Nintendo, this new mode, among other things, gets rid of the time constraint.

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Super Mario Run hits 78m downloads, but only a small number of users paid

Super Mario Run hits 78m downloads, but only a small number of users paid

Nintendo's recent round of earnings were bolstered by its efforts in the mobile space, led by Super Mario Run. Launched back in December for iOS, Super Mario Run got off to an excellent start, hitting 50 million downloads in just about a week's time. Today we're getting updated download numbers from Nintendo, along with a better idea of how many people actually paid to continue playing.

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Ninja Spinki Challenges is Flappy Bird creator’s latest mobile game

Ninja Spinki Challenges is Flappy Bird creator’s latest mobile game

Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen has launched a new mobile game under his .Gears studio, and it is called Ninja Spinki Challenges. Like Flappy Bird before it, Nguyen designed the game to be ultra-challenging, the same feature that caused ample lamentations and more than a bit of drama at the time. As of Thursday, the new mobile game is available to download from both Google Play and the App Store.

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realMyst, the classic puzzle game, arrives on Android

realMyst, the classic puzzle game, arrives on Android

The iconic, beloved, and now-classic puzzle game Myst has made its way onto the Android platform via the new mobile game, realMyst. In it, players can head out into Myst Island, where studio Noodlecake Games says they can ‘explore anywhere, unfettered, and in realtime.’ You’ll find beautiful scenery throughout the island’s various regions, including lakes, forests, and other landscapes. The developer says gamers get 'full Myst gameplay and interaction.'

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NASA mobile game lets you grow plants on the ISS

NASA mobile game lets you grow plants on the ISS

NASA quietly launched a mobile game last month that allows gamers to grow their own virtual plants aboard the International Space Station. Called “Space Science Investigations: Plant Growth,” the game takes players aboard the ISS, where they meet the crew, gather items, float around, and ultimately get their own mission: experimental plant growth.

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Pokemon GO blocked from China release, missing out on population of 1.3b

Pokemon GO blocked from China release, missing out on population of 1.3b

It looks like Pokemon GO is going to lose a large chunk of potential players, as China has put a hold on the game's release for the time being. That means Pokemon GO won't be able to tap into the country of 1.3 billion people, at least not until it addresses some of China's concerns. Given the sheer number of people in China, Pokemon GO developer Niantic may be moved to do just that.

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Pokemon GO: Here’s how baby Pokemon affect egg hatch rates

Pokemon GO: Here’s how baby Pokemon affect egg hatch rates

Baby Pokemon recently made their way into Pokemon GO, but now it's becoming a little more clear that their addition did more than just inject the game with some cuteness. Ever since these baby Pokemon began appearing back at the start of December, players have been reporting that their evolved forms were no longer hatching from eggs. Reports of these hatch rate changes were ultimately conflicting, leading the sleuths over at The Silph Road to conduct an experience of their own and get to the bottom of this.

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Nintendo sees mobile dollar signs, plans two or three games per year

Nintendo sees mobile dollar signs, plans two or three games per year

Hot on the heels of Super Mario Run's launch, Nintendo is further committing to more mobile games in the future. Of course, we already knew that Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing mobile games are planned, but in a recent interview with Kyoto NP, Nintendo President Takeshi Kimishima got a little more specific about what to expect on the mobile front in the future. In short: don't expect Nintendo to just release a handful of games on mobile and then go back to developing exclusively on consoles.

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