You can save 20% on the Game & Watch Super Mario Bros. handheld. from Nintendo for the next few hours

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Super Mario franchise, Nintendo released a revamped Game & Watch handheld late last year. For the next few hours only, you can pick up this retro gaming system 20% off via B&H. It normally costs $50 and rarely strays from that price, so snagging it for just $39.99 is something of a steal.

Classic

Nintendo Super Mario Bros game and watch.

Take Super Mario Bros. games, Super Mario Bros. 2 and Ball wherever you go with this nifty little device. It has an eight-hour battery life and charges via a USB-C port.

$39.99 $49.99 $10 off

The given offer is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we found similar offers

Even before the Nintendo Switch was a spark in the eyes of the Japanese gaming giant, it released the original Game & Watch handheld in 1980 and the device was instrumental in attracting new customers outside of his country of origin.

The original device offered only one game and also served as a clock. Meanwhile, the all-new Game & Watch Super Mario Bros. offers three games: Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2 and Ball. The last whose theme is now around Mario himself.

The updated version also uses a modern, vibrant color LCD screen instead of the original’s black-on-gray display. It also has a rechargeable battery this time, rather than disposable batteries, and is powered via USB-C. Because it’s a Game & Watch, it still functions as a working clock with cute animated Mario-themed digital clock faces.

Of course, the Game & Watch is limited to the few pre-installed games and this mini game system certainly won’t run the best Nintendo Switch games. That being said, it’s super compact so can slip easily into your bag or pocket, making it a neat portable gaming choice, not to mention a perfect pickup for the Nintendo collector or Nintendo fan. Super Mario in your life.

We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.

Comments are closed.