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Super Mario 3D All-Stars just launched on Switch. To celebrate, a pair of wallpapers have been added to My Nintendo in North America. We have a look at both designs in this post.

You can redeem the wallpapers on My Nintendo here. They’ll set you back 50 Platinum Points each.

Now that Super Mario 3D All-Stars is out, we wanted to take a moment to remind folks about the special Super Mario Bros. collectible pin set. You can earn yours by completing a series of missions.

They are as follows:

For those in Europe, the My Nintendo Store has updated with new Splatoon 2 merchandise. Tying in with the upcoming Mario Splatfest, fans can nab t-shirts and keychains.

Everything is up for grabs here.

A surprise was delivered this week as My Nintendo physical rewards finally arrived in North America. The move comes more than four years after the program launched.

Nintendo’s customer support site has a little bit of extra information about physical rewards as part of its FAQ. We’ve included it below.

For years now, fans haven’t been happy with the direction of My Nintendo. There have been a smattering of wallpapers, 3DS discounts, and other items, but nothing of major interest – especially if you’re a Switch owner. Thankfully, things are starting to change.

The very first physical rewards are now appearing on My Nintendo. So far we have the following:

Going along with today’s news, a pair of Super Mario Bros. wallpapers have been added to My Nintendo in North America. The designs feature the first two entries in the series.

For those that are interested, you can pick up these wallpapers here. They cost 50 Platinum Points each.

Over in North America, My Nintendo has added in a few new rewards. As usual, they essentially amount to a few 3DS discounts and themes.

The full lineup is as follows:

My Nintendo has updated with a single reward, but if you’re a fan of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, it may pique your interest. A wallpaper based on the Switch title is available now.

The wallpaper will set you back 50 Platinum Points. If interested, you can obtain it here.

Starting today, My Nintendo members in Europe can spend their points on memo pads based on Paper Mario: The Origami King. There are two designs – one with Mario, and another featuring Peach/Shy Guy.

For 400 Platinum Points, you’ll be given a code to place an order on the My Nintendo Store. There’s additional information on the official page here.

Another reward is up for grabs on My Nintendo in North America. For 50 Platinum Points, you can get your hands on an August calendar based on Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Those that are interested in the reward can spend their points here.