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Game Profile
INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
DS
PUBLISHER:
Nintendo
DEVELOPER:
Nintendo
GENRE: Platformer
PLAYERS:   1-2
RELEASE DATE:
May 15, 2006
ESRB RATING:
Everyone


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 Written by John Scalzo  on April 25, 2006

News: Nintendo unveils the first in a series of trailers for Mario's next adventure.



In anticipation of Mario's next adventure (it's coming in less than three weeks!), Nintendo has pledged to release a new trailer showcasing a different part of New Super Mario Bros. every week.

This week's theme is "Power-Ups" and features all the old favorites and new tricks Mario will be bringing into his New game.

New tricks included in the video are the Super Super Mushroom that makes Mario as big as the screen and the Blue Shell that helps Mario swim.

Old favorites include the Fire Flower, the P-Block, the Poison Mushroom that makes Mario small and the Invincibility Star.

So what are you waiting for? Head over to Mario.Nintendo.com and check it out.



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