Marking thirty years of Nintendo’s popular video game character, Mario, Google has concealed an Easter Egg in its search results for the iconic game.
You will see a small question box on the right, If you type ‘Super Mario Bros’ in the search tab. Clicking on the box will produce the familiar 8-bit game point sound and displaying 200-point coins collected.
The game developer Nintendo also launched a new video game ‘Super Mario Maker’ -a player-curated game that lets the players create and build their own levels, which can be also shared with other players, as a part of the celebrations.
Furthermore, Microsoft too displayed its love for the popular game that first hit the screens on September 13, 1985, under his own name. Although it was part of ‘8-bit Day’, a celebration of the low-resolution format of arcade games of the 1980s, the software developer had hidden another Easter Egg in its own website.
If you visited Microsoft’s website on Sunday, which marked the 30th anniversary of the hyperactive mustached plumber, and type in up arrow, up arrow, down arrow, down arrow, left arrow, right arrow, left arrow, right arrow, B, A (a version of the cheat code used in many of Konami’s old console games), you were presented with an 8-bit version of the Windows 10 Ninja Cat riding a T-Rex appeared at the bottom of the home page.
More than 310 million units featuring the plucky plumber’s adventures fighting off Goombas and Koopa Troopas as he races to save Princess Peach, have been sold by Nintendo.
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