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Super Mario Bros. 35

With Super Mario Bros. 35 coming to an end after today, Nintendo recently held one last Special Battle. The event was another World Count Challenge in which players were collectively tasked with grabbing 350 million coins.

There’s good news to report, as that mark was ultimately met. Players collected 560,792,922 coins in total. If you grabbed at least one coin during the event, you’ll be given 350 Platinum Points on My Nintendo in the near future.


Super Mario 3D All-Stars

A lot is happening in the world of Nintendo after March 31. Three Switch releases are going away – two for Super Mario and one for Fire Emblem.

As for what you can currently purchase, Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light are up for grabs. Once April 1 rolls in though, that’ll be it. Both releases will be removed from the eShop, and you shouldn’t expect additional stock to be shipped to retailers. However, anything previously purchased – be it physical or digital – will still work. Digital codes not redeemed by March 31 will still function as well.

Also after March 31 is the end of Super Mario Bros. 35. The game will no longer be accessible after that date. Since it’s a part of Nintendo Switch Online, it will cease to function come April 1.

Nintendo has announced details regarding the third and final World Count Challenge in Super Mario Bros. 35.

This time around, players will be tasked with collecting 350 million coins. Those that collect at least one coin during the event will be provided with 350 My Nintendo Platinum Points if the goal is reached.

The last World Count Challenge will run in Super Mario Bros. 35 between March 23 and March 29.


Super Mario Bros. 35

Super Mario Bros. 35 is cooking up another limited-time event. As a true replica of the original Super Mario Bros., all courses will be appearing in order. You can expect to see W1 all the way through W8-4.

This week’s Special Battle will kick off on March 19. It will last until March 22.


Nintendo will be kicking off the weekend with the latest event in Super Mario Bros. 35. It’s time for the 5th Coin King Special Battle.

Note that the starting course will be random. Other than that, the order of the second and third courses, fourth and fifth courses, and sixth and seventh courses will change based on the routes pictured above.

The 5th Coin King Special Battle will be held in Super Mario Bros. 35 between March 12 and March 15.


A few days ago, Super Mario Bros. 35 kicked off its second World Count Challenge event. Players were tasked with collectively defeating 350 million Goombas. 317,373,419 Goombas were defeated in total, so the goal was ultimately not met.

The event was originally tied into a My Nintendo promotion. If the 350 million target was met, players would have been awarded with 350 Platinum Points on My Nintendo.


The next Special Battle event in Super Mario Bros. 35 is almost here. The Super Star will be featured, and you’ll even begin with the power-up right away. Courses 1-1, 2-1, 2-3, 2-4, 3-1, 3-2, 3-4, 5-2, 6-2, 7-3, 8-1, and 8-3 will be included.

This week’s Special Battle goes live on March 5. It will last until March 8.

Nintendo has announced a second World Count Challenge for Super Mario Bros. 35.

Similar to the last World Count Challenge revolving around Bowser, this second challenge will task players with reaching a collective goal of defeating 350 million Goombas.

The challenge is scheduled to run from February 23 to March 2.


Nintendo has announced the next Special Battle event for Super Mario Bros. 35. This time, players will start off as with 400 seconds on the clock and 200 coins. It will feature courses 1-1, 2-1, 2-2, 4-1, 4-2, and 7-2.

The new Special Battle event goes live on February 19. It’ll last until February 22.


Super Mario Bros. 35 players can look forward to another Special Battle event this week. It’s another Coin King Special Battle in which players will be taking on all courses from 1-1 all the way through 8-4.

This week’s Special Battle event begins on February 12. It’ll last until February 15.


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