Don't forget Petey's render as wella few renders like yoshi and wario and i think petey also seemingly lifted their poses from fan renders of all things
theres also some pics, https://www.mariowiki.com/Gallery:Dr._Mario_World#"Character(s)_added"_screens like here, that have more renders w/out transparency
I would also say that Super Mario Run still running events like "Loads of Coins", "1.5x Bonus Medals", "Friendly Run", "Weekend Spotlight", though maybe in an automated rotation.So far, we had Pokémon Shuffle Mobile that made all its content available through events in automated rotation and was kept up, and the gacha Sonic Runners that was indeed resold as the premium Sonic Runners Adventure with most of the event content removed but still the core game and soundtrack intact.
Similarly, Super Mario Run is still up, the main reason I can see for those games staying up is the actual load on the servers: in Super Mario Run the main load on the server is just the storing of Toad Rally ghosts and the communication needed to start the game - and download the assets the first time the game runs. Similarly, Pokémon Shuffle Mobile only stores the scores of the players in some events.
Sadly, Dr. Mario World has instead a greater load on the servers with even less revenue, still it would be nice if they pulled a Sonic Runners and made it a standalone premium game, Miitomo so far isn’t a sign of good omen though.
Yes, it definitely looks like an automated event schedule. What is less known is that Super Mario Run still generates revenue: $260k last month. I doubt that maintaining the servers up costs as much.I would also say that Super Mario Run still running events like "Loads of Coins", "1.5x Bonus Medals", "Friendly Run", "Weekend Spotlight", though maybe in an automated rotation.
I believe they discontinued "Gold Goomba Events", and haven't done a "New Year event rush" in the last year (like what they did in the end of 2018 and 2019). So I would guess this game is now running on automated service.