Today’s Nintendo news: a set of Super Mario Bros. 8-Bit Stickers available on LINE, but also…
- Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System
- Nintendo books
- Nintendo NY Store
- Super Mario Run
Super Mario Bros. 8-Bit Stickers
Starting today, a new set of Nintendo stickers are available on LINE. This time around, the stickers are for Super Mario Bros.! They cost:
- 100 coins
- 240 Yen
New Mario stickers are here, but with a decidedly old-school look! Get into the game with Mario at his pixely best with moves, sounds, and scenes from his Super Mario Bros. glory days! When tapped, these stickers will play on iPhones even in silent mode.
Here’s some pictures:
Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System
Ever wondered why the cable of the controller that comes with the Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System is so short? Well, it turns out there’s a good reason for that: it’s due to the limitations of the communication protocol used. It’s the same one used on the Wii Remote, when you have a nunchuk or Classic Controller (Pro) connected.
That standard, called I2C, has limitations in speed and length. You can actually use cable extensions, but the limitations will still be there, and depending on the length, you may end up with some (minor) issues.
Click here to learn more about that!
Speaking of the NES, Nintendo of America shared an excerpt of Unlocked, a documentary about video games, focusing on the launch of the NES in North America:
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 24, 2016
For Thanksgiving, Amazon has a special offer: if you use the code “HOLIDAYBOOK”, you can get $10 off book purchases (as long as they cost over $25). Why not use this to buy some Nintendo-related books, such as:
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Nintendo NY Store
Starting tomorrow, the 4th exclusive The Legend of Zelda Limited Edition t-shirt and art cel bundle will be sold at the Nintendo NY Store. It will cost $44.99!
— Nintendo NY (@NintendoNYC) November 24, 2016
Super Mario Run
Here’s the latest illustration for Super Mario Run:
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) November 24, 2016
Super Mario Run (iOS) comes out on December 15th. The Android version will follow at a later date.