How to get Mario Kart on Google Maps this week

How to get Mario Kart on Google Maps this week

How to get Mario Kart on Google Maps this week

The only thing we can say for sure is that Mario Kart Tour should be released sometime between April 2018 and March 2019 according to fiscal projections. The option to switch to Mario will be available to drivers for a week.

Mario has rolled out globally to users of Google Maps, but remember, this is optional. "Users would then need to click on the yellow "?" icon which is available in the bottom right corner of the Google Maps app for both Android and iOS versions.

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Google is playing great today by bringing Nintendo's mustachioed star, Mario to Google Maps in another Mario Kart to observe Mario Day - March 10.

Munish Dabas, UX Engineer, Google Maps stated in the company's official blog, "We know a true Mario fan when we see one". Once enabled, users would notice that the regular navigation arrow has morphed into Mario - the 1990s' video game character.

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The feature only lasts for a week, so enjoy Mario Time while you can.

The Japanese game company is now working on "Mario Kart Tour", the first time the series will appear on smartphones.

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It's not the first time Google and Nintendo have teamed up for amusing stunts. Mario alongside his great old Kart will hold a situation in Google Maps' arrow, which is utilized to demonstrate the area where the client is heading. That partnership ultimately resulted in the birth of "Pokémon Go." A question mark (?) will now appear next to "Start Navigation". In the "Super Mario" games, these blocks dispense mushrooms and other useful items.

Just watch out for Blue Shells out there.


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