Super Mario fans need to act quickly if they want to get their hands on the Mario games that are set to be removed from the Nintendo store today.
Multiple Super Mario games that were created to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the original Super Mario game, are set to be removed on March 31, and physical copies will not be restocked once they sell out.
Find out below which Mario games are leaving today, and make the most of the time left to purchase or play them one last time.
Super Mario Games Leaving in March
- Super Mario 3D All-Stars
- Super Mario Bros. 35
- Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch
Super Mario 3D All-Stars
Super Mario 3D All-Stars is a compilation of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. The Nintendo Switch game was released in 2020 to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the original Super Mario game.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars costs $60 and will be available to purchase from Nintendo for today only. Gamers may find the physical copies of the game in stores, but they will no longer be restocked once they sell out.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars is currently available to purchase at Target, Walmart, and Best Buy, though stock levels will vary by store.
Super Mario Bros. 35
Super Mario Bros. 35 is an online multiplayer platform game with battle royale elements that was created to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Super Mario game. It was made available to Nintendo Switch Online members for free, and today is the last day to play.
Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch console
Gamers hoping to purchase the Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch console should act quickly, as the console will not be restocked once it sells out. Nintendo fans may be able to find the console at their local retailers for the time being, but once the stock runs out, Nintendo will not be making more available.
Super Mario fans have known for months that today would be the last day to purchase or play the games, as Nintendo made it clear when they were first released that they would only be available until March 31, 2020.
The deadline has had Super Mario fans joking about “Mario Death Day” as they say Nintendo is killing the character with the removal of the games.
In a message to fans shared today, Nintendo’s Super Mario 35th anniversary Twitter account said: “The Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Campaign ends today, March 31. We would like to thank all who participated. Mario will continue to power up, so please continue to support us.”
— スーパーマリオブラザーズ35周年 (@supermario35th) March 31, 2021
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