To celebrate Mario Day (aka: MAR10), Google Maps have released a new update that will let you navigate the road as Mario Kart.
It's in honour of March 10th, or "Mario Day". "To get to Mario Time, tap on the yellow "?" symbol that is accessible in the base right of the Google Maps application in the wake of updating the application to the most recent version.
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Google has announced that it has partnered with Nintendo to bring Mario to Google Maps.
Maybe knowing the strategies of your regular Mario Kart player, Google has likewise issued a notice: "Just keep in mind to practice safe driving on the road-we don't encourage throwing bananas or red shells at other drivers in real life!"
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Once you're on your way, you'll hear Mario say "Let's a go!" and the Google navigation arrow is transformed into Mario driving the iconic Mario Kart. By the "start navigation" button you'll find a question mark box as made famous by Mario's games. Google Maps confirmed via its official Twitter account that the feature will be available for a full week, so users can activate (or deactivate) "Mario Mode" at any time between now and March 16.
Announced by Nintendo of America, the feature works once you input a destination and choose your vehicle as a auto.
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As a historical sidenote, Google and Nintendo have worked together before for these kinds of fun stunts. Next to the "Start" button, where will be a '?' icon in the shape of the '? block' from the Mario series of video games. Just be on the lookout for blue shells and banana peels.