Munish Dabas, User Experience Engineer at Google Maps, recently said in a blog post that Google has collaborated with the Japanese video game maker, Nintendo which is also the creators of the Mario game to bring Mario to Google Maps and accompany all users for their driving adventures using the app for one week.
The day in honour of Nintendo's mustachioed plumber-turned-racer was technically on March 10 - but it turns out that you will be able to Mario Kart all journeys for a whole week. March 10. Mario. Get it? On March 10, which has been dubbed "Mario Day", Google chose to give users the chance to be guided by Super Mario himself.
Once enabled, you'll see that the navigation arrow has morphed into "Mario".
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"Titled as "Mario Time", users have to click the "?" icon after they have input their destination.
The Japanese game company is now working on "Mario Kart Tour", the first time the series will appear on smartphones. Mario alongside his great old Kart will hold a situation in Google Maps' arrow, which is utilized to demonstrate the area where the client is heading. That partnership ultimately resulted in the birth of "Pokémon Go."
At the bottom of the screen, right beside the spot where you'd normally see "start navigation", you'll see a? question box.
Super Mario Bros, or Mario Bros, was first introduced in Japan in 1983 and has gone on to sell more than 40 million video games till date. Just be on the lookout for blue shells and banana peels.