Super Mario Bros Wonder this week

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If you are a fan of the Super Mario Bros franchise, you are probably excited about the upcoming release of Super Mario Bros Wonder, the latest installment in the series.

Super Mario Bros Wonder is a 3D platformer game that promises to deliver a fresh and innovative gameplay experience, with new power-ups, enemies, worlds and challenges.

In this blog post, we will give you a sneak peek of what to expect from Super Mario Bros Wonder this week, as the game launches on Friday, September 1st. Here are some of the highlights:

– The game features four playable characters: Mario, Luigi, Peach and Toad. Each character has their own unique abilities and play styles. For example, Mario can use his classic fireballs and spin jumps, Luigi can jump higher and flutter in the air, Peach can float with her parasol and throw turnips, and Toad can run faster and dig underground.

– The game has eight worlds, each with six levels and a boss fight. The worlds are based on different themes, such as grassland, desert, snow, jungle, volcano, sky, space and castle. The levels are full of secrets, puzzles, collectibles and surprises. Some of the new power-ups include the Super Bell, which turns the characters into cats that can climb walls and scratch enemies, the Double Cherry, which creates a clone of the character that mimics their actions, and the Boomerang Flower, which allows the character to throw boomerangs that can hit multiple targets and collect items.

– The game supports up to four players in local or online co-op mode. Players can work together or compete against each other in various ways. For example, players can share power-ups, toss each other around, steal each other’s coins and stars, or race to the end of the level. The game also has a new mode called Bowser’s Fury, which is a separate adventure where Mario teams up with Bowser Jr. to stop a giant enraged Bowser from destroying the world.

– The game has stunning graphics and sound effects that showcase the power of the Nintendo Switch console. The game runs at 60 frames per second in both docked and handheld mode, and supports HD rumble and motion controls. The game also has a dynamic soundtrack that changes depending on the situation and the character’s actions. For example, the music becomes more upbeat when the character is running fast or using a power-up, or more dramatic when the character is facing a boss or a hazard.

Super Mario Bros Wonder is shaping up to be one of the best games of the year, and a must-have for any Nintendo Switch owner.

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