30th Anniversary Mario Maker amiibo series

Mario’s style has evolved throughout his many adventures and challenges. This blocky, classic look harkens back to his design in the original Super Mario Bros. game that launched for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985. His blue overalls and red shirt represent his modern color scheme, and are mixed with the retro aesthetic of the original game.

Series: 30th Anniversary
Release Date: September 11, 2015
Presented by: Nintendo

 Amiibo
Mario Modern Color AmiiboModern Mario
Mario Classic Color AmiiboClassic Mario

Mario Modern Color AmiiboMario Classic Color Amiibo

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