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Super Mario Bros. Wonder

Super Mario Bros. Wonder update 1.0.1

Super Mario Bros. Wonder just went live with its first update, bringing the game to version 1.0.1. Patch notes have been released detailing hat’s included.

The main change involves reverting your heart points to what they were when entering the course if you select “Restart” or “Exit Course”. It also includes adjustments to the staff credits and unspecified fixes.

Here’s the full rundown:

Super Mario Bros. Wonder icons Switch Online

Original (10/19): Just in time for the launch of Super Mario Bros. Wonder comes a new batch of icons on Nintendo Switch Online.

Over the next few weeks, members will be able to pick up the designs for their profile. Nintendo will be rotating out the selecting every Thursday (early Friday for those in Europe).

Super Mario Bros Wonder Final-Final Test: Badge Marathon how to beat

Today, we’ll be going over the best way to tackle each section – as well as something very simple you can do to make the Final-Final Test: Badge Marathon in Super Mario Bros. Wonder so much easier. If you’re ready to beat the challenge once and for all, then let’s get started.

For the most part, Super Mario Bros. Wonder’s levels – while fun – aren’t particularly difficult. That all changes when you reach the game’s final level, which is one of the toughest stages in the entire series. It’s a true test of skill and endurance, as it consists of multiple sections and multiple checkpoints throughout. 

Super Mario Bros. Wonder Puzzling Park Coin Locations

Since Puzzling Park is more difficult than the average stage in Super Mario Bros. Wonder, we’ve written up a guide on where to find all five flower tokens. Most of Super Mario Bros. Wonder’s stages are pretty easy, but then there are the Search Party stages, which take a surprisingly long time to complete in comparison. That’s because these stages sort of require the presence of four players: there are hidden blocks everywhere and most of them are rather difficult to find.

Super Mario Bros. Wonder secret exits

As with all side-scrolling Mario games, Super Mario Bros. Wonder is home to a few particularly tricky secret exits and we have a guide listing every one of them. Most of the time, they lead to an alternate path on the world map containing more levels or even a hidden Captain Toad location. We’ve compiled a full list of all the secret exits, how to find them, and what lies beyond. Let’s-a-go!

Super Mario Bros. Wonder review

System: Switch
Release date: October 20, 2023
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo

As I reflect on my time spent with Super Mario Bros. Wonder, there truly wasn’t a single moment when I wasn’t having an absolute blast. Any time it seemed impossible that there could possibly be any other surprises left in a game that already had been bombarding me with creative ideas left and right, to my delight, I was always proven wrong. At its core, Super Mario Bros. Wonder is the same joyful platforming adventure that Nintendo has crafted for decades. The key difference this time is that the developers have designed a fundamental sense of novelty into every stage, every new mechanic, every visual flourish. The result is a side-scroller that always feels fresh, fun and exciting in ways that few genre peers have accomplished.

Super Mario Bros Wonder Mouri Tezuka

Nintendo UK posted a new video in which Super Mario Bros. Wonder producer Takashi Tezuka and director Shiro Mouri play one of the game’s courses. It’s not overly special or long, but it’s rare to see this type of content from the company.

Doug Bowser new Mario voice

Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser has briefly commented on the secrecy surrounding new Mario voice actor.

The company announced in August that Charles Martinet, who held the role for many years, would be moving on. However, Nintendo left fans guessing as to who would be taking over the part. It wasn’t until just a few days before the release of Super Mario Bros. Wonder came out that we learned Kevin Afghani was given the role – and that came from his own personal social media account. 

Nintendo has just announced that Super Mario Bros. Wonder is off to a great start in Europe: in its first 3 days, it has already become the fastest-selling Super Mario game in the region, overtaking 2017’s Super Mario Odyssey.

The news was shared via X, which you can see below:

Super Mario Bros. Wonder Elephant Mario plush

If you just can’t get enough of Super Mario Bros. Wonder and the Elephant Mario transformation, you’ll be happy to hear that a brand new plush is on the way.

San-ei Boeki is behind the new product, which is on track for a debut in mid January 2024. For those that are curious, the plushie comes in at 26cm tall. The dimensions are W15 x D14 x H26cm and it’s made of polyester. Not much else has been said about the plush, but admittedly, there isn’t much else you need to know.

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