I used to play a lot of Super Mario Bros. back in the day, but it was never one of my favorite games. It was just the game all my friends wanted to play. Mario Kart, on the other hand, I loved and would dominate some bitches.
A few months back, we featured this awesome Super Mario Bros. reversible backpack. It was so popular that it sold out, and readers who wanted one might have ultimately ended up disappointed. It turns out the backpacks have to be wholesale ordered in large volumes, so that’s why they haven’t turned up again.
This Super Mario Chain Chomp Cat Bed may just be the greatest cat bed ever. Sadly, you can’t own it, since it has been sold for $1,100(USD). Your cat will have to find another way to live out his or her Super Mario fantasies.
Old school gamers who spent time playing Super Mario Bros. will recognize this screen without any thought. This was one of the hottest games back in the ’80s and anyone lucky enough to have a Nintendo played this thing all the time.
Fans of LEGO and Super Mario Bros. will definitely want to check out Baron von Brunks‘ LEGO-based Super Mario noisemakers.
These colorful LEGO Mushrooms and Starmen were each made with electronic circuits inside so they can light up and play music from the classic Nintendo franchise.
You’ve probably heard by now that the computer network at Sony Pictures was recently hacked. A business being hacked certainly isn’t a good thing, but one interesting tidbit that came out of the hack was some leaked details that Sony Pictures is working on a Super Mario Bros.
Not all wearables have to be the next big thing. Here’s a high-tech piece of jewelry that you can make with the help of Adafruit’s Pro Trinket microcontroller and a 3D printer. It’s a pendant with a 1.44″ LCD display that’s playing a looping animation.
The costumes of the Mario Bros. and Link are some of the easiest video game get ups to emulate. But if you’re short on patience or skills, you can do worse than TV Store Online’s officially licensed hoodies.
Like most Mario video game characters, Thwomps are bad guys, yet are still somehow cute. These spiked cinder blocks have personality. Sure, they are trying to pulverize you, but you still have to love them.
Designer and illustrator Metin Seven came up with a 3D printed tribute to the 8-bit era of gaming and its legendary console, the NES. Metin simply calls it Mario’s Grave and features the pipe and ground from Super Mario Bros.
I don’t care how good you are at playing Super Mario Bros., you have to be impressed by someone beating the game in under five minutes during a speedrun. This is a new record, and the gamer who did it goes by the name Blubbler.
We’ve seen Super Mario Bros. dioramas made from paper and from 3D printed sandstone. Now you can make your own Super Mario levels with Bandai’s S.H. Figuarts Super Mario action figure and diorama playsets. In case you’re not familiar with S.H.