Super Mario Bros is one of the famous 8-bit games of the early 1990’s era. Although the character first appeared in 1981 as Jumpman inDonkey Kong, the Super Mario Bros was released in Japan in September 1985. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Super Mario Bros, both Google and Microsoft have nice Easter eggs for fans to find out. Also Read - Forza Horizon 5 available for pre-orders: Price in India, editions and more
Google has a unique way of celebrating special anniversary days, which it does through Google Doodle or via Easter Egg. For the Super Mario Bros, Google has gone with the Easter egg way. Plug in your headphones or increase the volume, head over to Google Search and type Super Mario Bros. Also Read - Everything Xbox and Bethesda showcased during E3 2021: Age of Empires IV, Xbox mini-fridge and more
On the right side of the screen, you’ll see a little box with flashing background and a question mark. Clicking on that box recreates the classic jangling sound of coin from Mario. It also has a nostalgic surprise waiting, for which, you’ll have to unlock by clicking on it for at least 100 times. Also Read - Windows 11 Sun Valley teased officially with YouTube video ahead of June 24 reveal
Microsoft is also seen celebrating the “8-bit day” with an Easter Egg. It features a special GIF of its unofficial mascot, the ninja cat riding a T-Rex. Head over to Microsoft’s website and type the Konami Code – Up arrow, up arrow, down arrow, down arrow, left arrow, right arrow, left arrow, right arrow, B, A – which will bring up the animation.