This week’s update to the official Nintendo LINE account celebrates the launch of Dr. Mario World including an anguished Kinopio-kun (above), a virus drawing by the green mushroom boy, and some Dr. Mario World smartphone wallpaper (both below).
This week’s update to the official Nintendo LINE account sees mascot Kinopio-kun celebrate Tsuyu (Japan’s rainy season) with new smartphone wallpaper, plus images for Kracko (Kirby), Splat Brella (Splatoon), Sobble (Pokémon), Lily (Animal Crossing), Esna (Ever Oasis), and Kinopio-kun wellies!
This week’s update to the official Nintendo LINE account sees mascot Kinopio-kun look at food from various Nintendo Switch games including Kirby Star Allies, Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe!
A set of 24 Yarn Yoshi & Poochy Stickers are now available from both the LINE Sticker Shop and the Apple App Store priced at 100 LINE Coins, ¥240, or equivalent. The description reads “Yarn Yoshi and pup pal Poochy star in this adorable sticker set! With these stickers at hand, your chats are in for some woolly good times!” Full sticker set added below…
This week’s update to the official Nintendo LINE account sees Kinopio-kun celebrate White Day with a new profile picture (above), plus artwork for Boo, Yoshi, KK Slider, Blooper, Samus, and himself (below).
This week’s update to the official Nintendo LINE account sees Kinopio-kun play the Happy Homeroom feature in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp! Above is a picture of his room and below are the judges! There’s also some March calendar month smartphone wallpaper (at this link).
Nintendo have announced a partnership with LINE to co-develop the new action puzzle game Dr. Mario World based on Dr. Mario. Dr. Mario World will be available on iOS and Android worldwide in early Summer 2019 as a free download with optional in-app purchases.
This week’s update to the official Nintendo LINE account sees Kinopio-kun showing off with the telescope he got at a year-end party with the constellations he can see from Japan! Below are the findings. Check out a December month smartphone wallpaper too here.