Gallery:Toys

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This article is about the real-life toys based around the Mario series. For the collection of souvenirs in WarioWare: Twisted!, see List of WarioWare: Twisted! souvenirs.
"Toy" redirects here. For information about the item in Mario's Time Machine, see Toy (item).

This is a gallery of Mario-themed toys and promotional items. For a gallery of Mario figurines, see Gallery:Figurines. For a gallery of toys from Bandai, see here.

Crafts[edit]

These are toys that can be assembled, built, and crafted from smaller pieces.

Jigsaw puzzles[edit]

Byggis buildable sets[edit]

Many licensed sets of Lego-like buildable blocks from the Super Mario series were manufactured by Swedish company Byggis. Small paper cutouts of the characters and enemies are also included.

Mario-themed games[edit]

Gallery of games[edit]

These are toys with interactive games or activities that can often be played with multiple people.

Other Mario-themed games[edit]

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Image Product Description
Used in case of images missing from a section gallery, table, bestiary box, or certain infoboxes. Super Mario Ride (Mario Version) An officially licensed battery car made by Banpresto in 1993 exclusively for Japan, based on Super Mario World.[10]
Used in case of images missing from a section gallery, table, bestiary box, or certain infoboxes. Super Mario Ride (Yoshi Version) An officially licensed battery car made by Banpresto in 1993 exclusively for Japan, based on Super Mario World.[11]

Miscellaneous[edit]

General toys[edit]

Water toys[edit]

Water toys are small containers that need water to be filled in order to play a game. The objective is to make all the objects in the container go into the U-shaped holders, or rods. To do it, the player presses a button to blow air in order to lift the objects up.

Plushies[edit]

Plushies are toys that contain some type of stuffing inside, most likely from synthetic materials. For a gallery of plushies from San-ei, see here. For a gallery of plushies from Banpresto, see here.

Characters[edit]

Mario[edit]

Koopalings[edit]

Yoshi species[edit]

Enemies[edit]

Games[edit]

Super Mario Kart plushies[edit]

Items[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Promotional items[edit]

These toys were included in some type of promotional event and are not typically sold. For a gallery of Mario-themed Happy Meal promotional items, see here.

KFC promotional items[edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

In 2008, KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) promoted Mario Kart Wii in Mexico by creating four kart figurines that can launch forward. They come with decorative stickers, necessary to make the appearance of the kart figurine complete.

Pepsi Twist promotional figurines[edit]

Sports Balls[edit]

Toy vehicles[edit]

Toys modeled after real life vehicles and vehicles from the Mario franchise

General vehicles[edit]

Mario Kart toys[edit]

References[edit]