Mario And Donkey Kong: Minis On The Move Could Get May 9 Release

mario and donkey kongWatch out Mario, Donkey Kong’s here to squash you! Luckily for fans, Nintendo’s Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move for the 3DS eShop is slated for a possible release on May 9.  The action-puzzler, intended to stretch your brain as you race against the clock, will feature a level editor much like its predecessor Mario VS Donkey Kong: Minis March Again, and multiple puzzles modes as well as unlockable mini-games. In the downloadable title, Donkey Kong has set up his own carnival with Pauline, where you can also play as mini Peach, Mario and Toad in 180 different levels. Here’s the trailer to join in on the mini Mario and Donkey Kong action.

33 thoughts on “Mario And Donkey Kong: Minis On The Move Could Get May 9 Release”

                1. I look like im 45…wow…somebody please remove this inbred from the Internet please, it’s a place he cannot understand.

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    1. The thing is that Mario vs Donkey games are always known for being on handhelds and wouldn’t really work out on a console. This is a similar reason for why all the mainstream Pokemon games are on handhelds than consoles.

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  1. Good for our fans and beloved Nintendo Younglings…

    Just received a report that the Netflix Company are abandoning the Microsoft Realm which is good news as the Xbots have to be destroyed!

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  2. I love those games mainly because you can create your own levels. If only New Super Mario Bros. U had a level editer. Nonetheless I’m gald I know when I can expect it.

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    1. Mario Kart needs level editing! Imagine sharing levels on Miiverse :O ! .
      They could even make it a DLC. Like a huge file with lots of content and depth to create endless levels.

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        1. Think of kinda how forge mode works on Halo . But with 20 pre set backgrounds , and an onslaught of road surfaces , ramps , scenery etc etc etc.

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      1. That’s a great idea! It would certianly step up the series. The gamepad would definently be perfect fit for that functionallity. Nintendo! Make it happen!

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        1. Imagine the endless fun that could be had racing your friends on custom tracks. The lasting appeal would never end. Mario kart has amazing lasting appeal without a track editor :O

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          1. I know right? Mario Kart is one of those games that always keeps you entertained. Sadly, we’ll have to wait untill E3, but when it does arrive it will be awesome! :D

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  3. If every game had level editing included, eventually games will cease to amaze us and will only be bought by some just because they have to have them and nothing more…

    We in Nintendo’s Empire have to encourage enthusiasm, creativity and to be special, not to be like the mindless Xbots and many of their uninspired games…

    I do however support a level editor on games that are created around that formula like Spore, Minecraft and so on…

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  4. Seriously, children!!! Who actually changes their name to insult another person?

    Now, who said we are not getting a Wii U version? Also the game will need to be modified due to the differences in hardware and generation.

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