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The 35th anniversary of Super Mario has been celebrated since September. Nintendo has issued some special and partly limited offers for this. Next Super Mario 3D All Stars for the Nintendo Switch and Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit there is now a new edition of a real classic: Game & Watch. The "Game & Watch" handhelds were the first mobile games from Nintendo, even before the Game Boy. With the current offer you not only get Super Mario Bros. in the NES version on the stylish small console, but also Super Mario Bros .: The Lost Levels. In addition, the device shows the time, which can be a good feature on the go.
Game & Watch was launched in Japan in various versions as a simple handheld console in 1980. With the Game Boy in 1989 there was a much more modern mobile console that left its predecessors far behind. Nevertheless, there is a large fan base and, last but not least, the old gaming devices are not to be forgotten pioneers in video game history. As part of the 35th anniversary of Super Mario, you can buy the new edition with the first Mario game until March 31, 2021. Because then the Nintendo celebrations will end and sales will cease. Just like with Super Mario 3D All Stars for the Nintendo Switch.
Since the beginning of September, since the corresponding Nintendo Direct on the topic, you can find various articles about the 35th birthday of Super Mario here in the blog. First and foremost, of course, the summary of the presentation with the breakdown of the individual actions: 35 years of Super Mario - new games, consoles and limited offers. When the games were published, there was a more detailed look at each: Super Mario 3D All Stars and Home circuit. In February 2021, the topic will be brought out again, because then a remake with additional content for the Nintendo Switch will be released. But you can do that as a Christmas present in 2020 Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. as well as other anniversary offers.
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