Thirty years later, something truly incredible has happened, at least for Super Mario Bros fans.
Google has likewise urged clients to share screen captures of Mario in their Map via web-based networking media, so pay special mind to #MarioMaps in the event that you need to see the unavoidable screen captures of Mario going rough terrain when Maps fouls up, and ensure that you don't post individual points of interest on informal organizations.
The day in honour of Nintendo's mustachioed plumber-turned-racer was technically on March 10 - but it turns out that you will be able to Mario Kart all journeys for a whole week.
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"We know a true Mario fan when we see one".
All things considered, this isn't the first run through Google Maps has been updated to get highlighted with stunning characters. If you say yes, then your navigation arrow will turn into Super Mario in his go kart.
In simple terms, "Mario Mode" changes Google Maps' blue navigation arrow to a go-kart from the "Mario Kart" games.
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Google's announcement encourages you to use the integration safely, and not "throw bananas or red shells at other drivers in real life". Well, that's what Google said in a blog recently. Next to the "Start" button, where will be a '?' icon in the shape of the '? block' from the Mario series of video games. This is in partnership with the game developer, Nintendo. So, this entire week, sit back and let Mario guide you through roads and find shops and restaurants.
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