Cédric Walter | Oct 8, 2020 | 0
Special 35th Anniversary Super Mario Bros edition Game & Watch console available on Nov. 13 for 60$
Super Mario celebrates its 35th birthday. At the same time, the classic game Super Mario Bros. for the NES is 30 years old. Reason enough for Nintendo to celebrate its heroes with a new retro console in mini format.
Coming November 13 2020
This Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. is a copy of the very first console that Nintendo brought to market 40 years ago. Just like the original from back then, a digital clock is integrated.
The console will include three games:
in piece of video game history – Game & Watch, Nintendo’s very first handheld console, was released in Japan in 1980. Now get a piece of video game history with this brand new model: a gold Game & Watch console that includes the original Super Mario Bros. game, a digital clock and more!
- Super Mario Bros: Play Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch style! – Jump over deep chasms, jump on gumbas, and travel through tubes just like in the good old days, but with even more precise control thanks to the console’s control pad. Play alone or give the console to a friend to see who jumps, stomps and runs best!
- Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels (Or Super Mario Bros. 2 in Japan) is also included! If you want a short game for in-between, Ball in the special Super Mario look is just right.
- Game & Watch: Ball (updated with Super Mario in it) a digital clock with 35 little touches. Time for fun – Depending on the time, the included digital clock plays 35 different animations. In some of them there are also Mario’s friends and opponents! Take a look at the clock when you’re not rushing to the rescue of Princess Peach!
|Name||Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.|
|Package contents||Game & Watch system + 30cm USB Cable type C-A|
|Size||Height 67mm, Length 112mm, Depth 12.5mm|
|Internal battery||Lithium Ion|
|Play time||Approx. 8 hours|
|Charging time||Approx. 3.5 hours|
It will go on sale for US$49.99 (S$68.22) on Nov. 13 and will be released in the US, UK and Japan.