Dr. Mario World

Dr. Mario World New Update Introduces New Doctors And Stages

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The Dr. Mario series has been left dormant for a very long time, but Nintendo recently decided to bring it back with Dr. Mario World, a new mobile game that takes inspiration from the original games but adds a new spin to the formula. While the game is not being extremely successful, the Japanese company is supporting it heavily, and new content has been made available today.

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The latest Dr. Mario World update introduces 5 new doctors to the game – Dr. Baby Mario, Dr. Baby Luigi, Dr. Baby Peach, and Dr. Baby Daisy. How babies managed to become doctors is, probably, a question better left unanswered.

The new update also introduces 20 brand new stages, offering new challenges to players. Maintenance should be done now, so the new content is available right now in the game.

In Dr. Mario World, players will have to match three objects of the same color vertically or horizontally to clear them. Each stage offers a different configuration of viruses that must be cleared with a limited number of capsules, so every move counts. New stages are getting added frequently, so there’s no risk of running out of viruses to clear.

Dr. Mario World may not be the most original game released on iOS and Android by Nintendo, but it’s definitely a solid offering that deserves more than its current level of popularity.

On the other hand, the Japanese company is not letting this stopping them from releasing other mobile games, as Mario Kart Tour is releasing later this month, and it will definitely be a smashing success given the popularity of the Mario Kart brand.

Dr. Mario World is now available on iOS and Android in all regions.

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Francesco De Meo
Francesco has been writing about video games and the video games industry for almost a decade, focusing on all aspects of the industry. Having always loved handheld gaming, he joined TouchTapPlay in 2013 to cover mobile gaming and, later on, the Nintendo Switch console, which is today his most played console.

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