Diy home games project has launched on Nintendo’s Nintendo 3D eShop in the UK.
The title features the classic cartoon show ‘My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic’, where a pony named Spike is tasked with building his dream home for his children.
The game will cost £4.99 and be available to download in the US and the UK for the Nintendo 3DCG and Nintendo 3DO.
The app will also be available in Australia, Japan and New Zealand.
‘MyLittlePony: FriendshipIsMagic’ is the first entry in Diy’s new series of games, which features ‘my little pony’, ‘fancy house’ and ‘pony show’ titles.
Diy said the game will have an ‘enormous’ amount of content and will have a total of seven worlds, including the main hub world, ‘Twilight Falls’.
It will also feature a new pony show.
“I hope you’ll enjoy it, because Diy is bringing the magic of the show to the digital world and I think you’ll be really excited about it,” Diy told Digital Trends at this year’s E3 event.
The ‘My little pony’ game will be available on the Nintendo eShop from July 17th, 2018.
It will be free-to-play, but will cost a subscription fee to access all content.
“We are looking forward to bringing Diy a big audience to the eShop for My Little Pony,” Diyan added.
Diyan said he hopes that people will get behind the game and become fans of the pony show through the app.
“It’s just a great idea.
Diya loves ponies, and he will bring the magic to the world,” Diya said.
The cartoon series was created by Lauren Faust, who also penned the music for the original series.
The original series, My Little Ponies, is currently on hiatus from the US, but Diy previously said he is working on a new series to be released in the coming months.
DiY said the company has “always had a big love for the show”, adding that he is “extremely proud of the fact that we have a huge fan base”.
“We hope that this will give Diy the opportunity to keep bringing the ponies to life in a way that will entertain our customers,” DiY added.