Super Mario Bros. 35 is an online competitive platforming battle royale game developed by Arika and published by Nintendo.
35 players separately play through Super Mario Bros. stages styled similar to the first game in the series, while simultaneously trying to survive obstacles sent by other players, and send obstacles of their own. The last player standing wins the match.
Nintendo isn't planning on walking back on the limited time nature of Mario's 35th anniversary celebrations.
Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser explains the timed launch of recent Mario releases.
The battle royale title will be for a limited time.
Here's what you need to know about Mario's foray into battle royale.
35 players compete in Super Mario Bros. stages to become the last Mario standing.