Super Mario Bros. Deluxe is a platform video game released on the Game Boy Color in 1999 as an enhanced port of the 1985 NES game Super Mario Bros., also including its 1986 Disk System sequel, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, as a hidden reward. It was fourteen years after the original Super Mario Bros. The game was never released in Japan for the normal Game Boy Color Game Pak, but rather the Nintendo Power cartridge. This game was initially released for the 3DS Virtual Console in Japan, Europe, and Australia in 2014, as part of a special offer, and is now available to download for everyone in Europe, Australia, and North America with an added cost.
When unlocking a new kart part in Mario Kart 7(pictured), if the player goes to the Mario Kart Channel to change parts, no jingle sound will play and the gift icon will not be there.
In the Japanese version of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Question 3 in the 66th Super Fun Quirk Quiz has the choices "４本", "６本", "８本", "日本", where "日本" looks similar to the previous choices which make sense, but means Japan. Its English version is "4 feet, 6 feet, 8 feet, Defeat".
Rosalina is usually depicted as right-handed in artwork, but left-handed in-game, with a few exceptions: in Mario Golf: World Tour and Mario Sports Superstars, the player can choose if Rosalina is left- or right-handed, and Rosalina holds her wand with her right hand during cutscenes in Super Mario Galaxy.