Google hides Easter Egg in search results for ‘Super Mario Bros’
In a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Nintendo’s iconic video game character, Mario, Internet search biggie Google has hidden an Easter Egg in its search results for the much-liked ‘Super Mario Bros’ game.
Mario turned 30 on Sunday, September 13, 2015. The hyperactive mustached plumber first hit the screens of video game consoles on September 13, 1985.
To commemorate Mario’s 30th anniversary, Google is hiding an Easter Egg for Google Search users who search for ‘Super Mario Bros.’ A search for the game on Google shows up a small question box on the right.
The box enables Google Search users to collect 200-point coins if they continue to click on the box and listen to the familiar 8-bit game point sound.
Meanwhile, other than Google, Nintendo is also celebrating the 30th anniversary of its adorable Mario video game character. As part of its celebrations, Nintendo has announced the launch of a new video game dubbed ‘Super Mario Maker.’ The new Mario title launched by Nintendo is a player-curated game which gives the players the ability to become creators and build their own levels. The levels built by ‘Super Mario Maker’ players can also be shared with others.
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