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Nintendo, Google invest in US company Niantic

SILICON VALLEY -- Nintendo, Google and a Tokyo game developer have sunk a combined $20 million into Niantic, the American company behind the hit location-based smartphone game "Ingress."

     Nintendo and Tokyo-based Pokemon Co. are working with Niantic on "Pokemon Go," a new smartphone title due out in 2016, and seek to deepen ties.

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