Here are some of my findings for some great Nintendo themed Christmas buys! Great for if there’s a little something more needed to make your holiday a nerdy one!
There’s no better Christmas tree star topper than the Super Mario Star Man himself! The spiral base completes the look, and makes sure there no chance coming off. I love falling stars as much as the next person, but not when they’re only a few feet above my head!
The Pokemon Sun and Moon themed Santa hats are a perfect blend of Pokemon and the Winter Season! You’re going to need a hat to keep you warm and cozy, so any chance to squeeze in some Pokemon is welcome!
It’s an ugly sweater, but Christmas calls for ugly sweaters. With a Pokemon GO theme, if you cover yourself in one of these you can focus on catching Pokemon, instead of catching a cold.
👢 Nintendo themed stockings, perfect for all those Nintendo themed stocking stuffers! The shop that makes these sells even more nerdy stockings with themes of Doctor Who, Marvel and DC!
🎄 Christmas Tree Baubles based on Super Mario and Zelda characters! The Zelda ones have all the masks from Majora’s Mask as well and loads of other Zelda inspired versions!
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I hope this list was of some help. All these shops have other great Christmas feeling products, so be sure to check them out! 😸
The menu screen of Mario Party 8 shows the Star Carnival, full of visitors, from afar. Zooming in, we can see the characters in the plaza are 2D sprites with only a low-frame walking animation. Whenever they are not moving, their animation simply stops.
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An unused level named “#2 MORTON’S PLAINS” can be found in the files of Super Mario World. It is a functional copy of Donut Plains 1 with glitched graphics. Top: a section of the level. Bottom: the background from the level, horizontally tileable.