Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.

Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. WebCM

Japanese web commercial for Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. with the official website also updated adding a “History” page.

Game & Watch: Ball

The original Game & Watch device launched over 40 years ago with the “Silver” series which included the likes of Ball, Flagman, and Judge, and followed with the “Gold” series, “Wide Screen” series, the “Multi Screen” series, and others, with the final game being Mario the Juggler in 1991. The portable LCD game machine holds the distinction of being the first handheld gaming system created by Nintendo, and has amassed over 43 million units sold worldwide.

Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.

From November 13th, players can get their hands on a new piece of history with the Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. which includes a modern +Control Pad, a USB-C cable, the original Super Mario Bros. game, the follow-up Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, and a special version of the Ball game with a Mario makeover. It also functions as a digital clock, with 35 animations to discover, including some guest appearances from Mario’s friends and foes.


Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. WebCM