The amazing history of Nintendo

The interesting story of Nintendo needs to be shared before coming to their new software 3ds emulator, which is creating waves in the gaming industry. It is a tool designed for the purpose of playing 3D Nintendo games on computers.
The history of Nintendo can be traced back to 1889. Its original name was “Nintendo Koppai”, and it was a small business located in Kyoto. The name of the person who began the business was Fusajiro Yamauchi. Initially they made Hanafuda Cards using which many games could be played. They resembled the standard playing card sets with 52 cards. The handmade cards of Nintendo got popular very fast. In 1953 the company came under the grandson of Fusajiro called Hiroshi Yamauchi. He passed away in the year 2013. He was the one who introduced cards in plastic in Japan. It became so popular; Nintendo cards soon dominated the industry.

 Hiroshi began to think of higher prospective for his business and began to analyze the possibilities of the playing card producing business. He got connected with the biggest card producer in the country but was literally shocked of their small set up. He understood that the industry could be tapped effectively. In 1959 Hiroshi made a deal with Disney, and attained permission to print characters of Disney on their cards. This was a new phase as it totally turned the concept of playing cards. Till then it was considered to be tool just for the purpose of gambling, but Disney characters brought in a younger audience. Nintendo produced books to explain new games to play with the cards and it was a huge success. 600,000 packs were sold in the initial year and they went public in the year 1962. The new software of Nintendo 3DS emulator is attended by the company to make it fool-proof and efficient.