Nintendo DS Game ‘Professor Layton and the Curious Village’ Coming to iOS App Store in U.S.

The iOS App Store Twitter account over the weekend published that the 2007 Nintendo DS sport Professor Layton and the Curious Village will probably be making its method to the App Store in the United States in the close to long term (by way of Engadget). Japan gained a port of the puzzle sport on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store this previous June.

Of path, with only a unmarried tweet there is not a lot further details about the iOS free up for the authentic Professor Layton sport in the United States. Given that this will probably be an immediate port of the sport, it sounds as if that Professor Layton and the Curious Village is probably not one of Nintendo’s mainline apps which might be taking established characters and franchises and making them into mobile-friendly titles, like Super Mario Run and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.


Professor Layton and the Curious Village is coming to iOS 🎩 #Nintendo

Stay tuned for more information. %.twitter.com/UjE7fo28DQ

— App Store (@AppStore) September 9, 2020

In the sport, avid gamers tackle the roll of Professor Layton and his younger assistant Luke as they navigate round a small village named St. Mystere. Originally evolved through Level-5 and printed through Nintendo international, the sport is most commonly targeted on fixing a lot of puzzles and brainteasers introduced through characters round the village.

Since the first sport, the Professor Layton sequence has noticed a lot of sequels over the years, with the closing sport popping out in 2020. That sport, Layton’s Mystery Journey, was once the first sequel in the sequence to debut on cellular [iOS Direct Link] along the free up on Nintendo 3DS. Otherwise, the authentic Professor Layton video games had but to make it to the iOS App Store prior to now.

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