Navigate Google Maps as Super Mario in A New Update

Navigate Google Maps as Super Mario in A New Update

Navigate Google Maps as Super Mario in A New Update

The Super Mario character, a plumber often joined by his brother Luigi, was launched in a series of platform video games by Nintendo in the 1980s.

While Google is stating Mario will be your buddy for this week, there is no actual end date as to when Mario will leave the application.

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We imagine this won't be the only discount or event we'll see relating to Mario Day so make sure you keep an eye out for further promotions. However, our favourite calendar-themed celebration might be March 10...

To celebrate this holiday, Nintendo has teamed up with Google to combine Google Maps and Mario Kart. If your app is up-to-date, you'll see a yellow question mark box at the bottom of your screen when you look up directions. Google first introduced Google Maps in 2005 and has rolled out subsequent updates over the years. Once you tap this, you'll be prompted with "Oh yeah!" "He'll be a constant companion wherever you're driving this week-to work, to school, or the spaghetti house". On its blog, Google jokes, "Just do not forget to practice safe driving on the road-we don't encourage throwing bananas or red shells at other drivers in real life!" Google says the feature is rolling out globally to Maps users today and will last for one week. That's right, you can have Mario help guide you to your destination when you're using Google Maps to help guide you on your way. Well, you can do so immediately.

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