Mario Crashes Google Maps in New Update

Mario Crashes Google Maps in New Update

Mario Crashes Google Maps in New Update

In case you missed the memo, tomorrow (March 10) is Mario Day - a day to celebrate the world's favorite animated plumber.

To enable the special Mario icon, update the app in your app store, re-launch the app and look for the yellow question mark in the bottom corner of the screen and then enable "Mario Time". This year, if you use Google Maps, you'll get an interesting little nod to Mario's past as a kart racer: You'll be able to have him guide you to your destination.

"We know a true Mario fan when we see one".

Once enabled, you'll see that the navigation arrow has morphed into-who else?-Mario. The result: Mario himself will join you in his Super Circuit-era go kart to drive alongside you.

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You can access the new Easter egg with the Google Maps app for iOS and Android. On its blog, Google jokes, "Just do not forget to practice safe driving on the road-we don't encourage throwing bananas or red shells at other drivers in real life!"

Ready to give Mario on Google Maps a try? Google also encourages you to take a screenshot of your trip and share it with them on Twitter and Instagram. Just "make sure to avoid sharing personal details like your home or work address (seriously, think before you post)", Dabas recommended.

Google Maps has been fairly consistent with pop culture references. I'm just saying, Nintendo.

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