- This article is about the real-life toys based around the Super Mario franchise. For the collection of souvenirs in WarioWare: Twisted!, see List of WarioWare: Twisted! souvenirs.
These are toys that can be assembled, built, and crafted from smaller pieces.
A rare jigsaw puzzle based on Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, titled Yossy & Baby (note that Yossy was how Yoshi's name was romanized in Japan at the time)
Byggis buildable sets
Many licensed sets of Lego-like buildable blocks from the Super Mario series were manufactured by the Swedish company Byggis. Small paper cutouts of the characters and enemies are also included.
Super Mario-themed games
Gallery of games
These are toys with interactive games or activities that can often be played with multiple people.
A pack of Super Mario-themed dominoes. Each pack includes 28 dominoes in a black case with various characters' faces. The artwork is from the Nintendo 64 era.
A set of metallic coins sold in Japan with artwork from Super Mario World. The box includes the metal coins, a crane, and a magnet. The objective of the game is to grab coins by using the small crane and magnet.
A toy themed after the game Barrel of Monkeys. The pipe represents the barrel, and the multicolored Yoshis represent the monkeys. The Yoshi pieces have long protruding tongues and tails that can be used to hook another Yoshi piece on.
A board game called New Super Mario Bros. Crystal Maze, modeled after New Super Mario Bros. It is composed of mazes for the player to control with the joystick installed. Controlling the stick makes the ball roll in a certain way it was tilted. This board game was manufactured by the Japanese company Epoch.
Gura Gura (Shaky Game), with Mario figurines. There are two ways to play the game: placing figurines without disrupting the tower, or launching the pieces into the tower pieces. Up to four players can participate in the game. This was created by Epoch.
A board game called the New Super Mario Bros. Coin Adventure Board Game. Two AAA batteries are required to play the game. It was created by Epoch and released in 2006.
A small portable pinball machine based on Super Mario 64, released in 2003 and manufactured by Scientific Toys
Super Mario Bros. 2-themed version of the Pop-up Pirate game
Other Super Mario-themed games
|Super Mario Ride (Mario Version)||An officially licensed battery car made by Banpresto in 1993 exclusively for Japan, based on Super Mario World.|
|Super Mario Ride (Yoshi Version)||An officially licensed battery car made by Banpresto in 1993 exclusively for Japan, based on Super Mario World.|
Another version of the water squirter toy, modeled after Super Mario World
A toy themed after Super Mario Bros. 2 that can be used as a foam dart board
A squeezable toy of Mario from Super Mario 64
Plastic toy of a Yoshi with a retractable melon in its mouth
Super Mario World Collectible Slamcaps, also known as pogs, released in 1993 and manufactured by Slamco
Super Mario World Collectible Slamcaps. Morton Koopa Jr.'s mouth is erroneously colored brown.
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.
Six sets of water toys, with interesting settings on the background, based on New Super Mario Bros. Wii
Three sizes of a Donkey Kong plushie, the first licensed plush toy in the Super Mario franchise
Merchandise advertised in volume 112 of Nintendo Power
A plushie of a Pianta from Super Mario Sunshine
A plushie of Petey Piranha
A plushie of Bowser from Build-A-Bear Workshop
A plushie of Raccoon Mario from Super Mario Bros. 3
A blank Mario doll but with special erasable crayons to customize it
A plushie of Mario holding a bucket over his head based on Mario & Wario
A plushie of Mario and F.L.U.D.D. from Super Mario Sunshine
A plushie of Mario from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
A plushie of Larry Koopa from Yoshi's Safari
A plushie of Morton Koopa Jr. from Yoshi's Safari
A plushie of Wendy O. Koopa from Yoshi's Safari
A plushie of a Chargin' Chuck based on Super Mario World
A plushie of a Magikoopa from Super Mario World
A plushie of a Super Koopa from Super Mario World
A plushie of a Wiggler from Super Mario World
A plushie of a Pokey
Super Mario Kart plushies
A plushie of Mario from Super Mario Kart
A plushie of Donkey Kong Jr. from Super Mario Kart
A plushie of Koopa Troopa from Super Mario Kart
A plushie of a Shine Sprite from Super Mario Sunshine
A plushie of a Super Mushroom
A plushie of a POW Block
A plushie of a Fire Flower
A plushie of a Mega Mushroom
Warp Pipe plushie
KFC promotional items
Mario Kart Wii
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
Pixelated figurine of a Bill Blaster
Pixelated figurine of a Buzzy Beetle
Pixelated figurine of a Cheep Cheep
Pixelated figurine of Fire Mario walking on a steel girder
Pixelated figurine of a Fire Flower
Pixelated figurine of a Hammer Bro
Pixelated figurine of a Goomba standing on top of a Brick Block
Pixelated figurine of Luigi hurt by a Lava Bubble
Pixelated figurine of Mario hurt by a Spiny
Pixelated figurine of a Piranha Plant
Pixelated figurine of Luigi grabbing a 1-UP
Pixelated figurine of Luigi climbing a Beanstalk
Pixelated figurine of Mario climbing a flagpole
Pixelated figurine of Mario swimming
Pixelated figurine of a Super Star
Pixelated figurine of Luigi crouching on a Warp Pipe
Pixelated figurine of Luigi stomping on a Goomba
Pixelated figurine of Mario ducking under a Bullet Bill
Pixelated figurine of a Mushroom on top of a ? Block
A golf ball and set of tees based on Mario Golf
A Super Mario Strikers hackey sack made to look like a soccer ball
A tennis ball made to promote the release of Mario Tennis Aces
These are toys modeled after real-life vehicles and vehicles from the Super Mario franchise.
A pull-back windup toy with artwork from Super Mario Bros. 3
A toy motorcycle with Super Mario World artwork manufactured in Japan
A toy jeep with Super Mario World artwork manufactured in Japan
Mario Kart toys
Four racers from Mario Kart 7. These were manufactured by Takara Tomy.
- USAopoly: Super Mario Galaxy™ Collector’s Puzzle, entry added 4/1/10; retrieved 5/5/10
- Amazon: USAopoly - New Super Mario Bros. Wii Edition puzzle #2 (550 pièces); retrieved 7/31/19
- Games Swag: Super Mario Galaxy 2 in Magnet and Puzzle Form, dated 9/6/10; retrieved 1/6/11
- User:smbcollector. YouTube: Mario Tabletop Pinball 1988 and 2003, posted 9/20/09; retrieved 4/25/10
- National Console Support: New Super Mario Bros. Crystal Maze; retrieved 6/25/10
- National Console Support: New Super Mario Bros GuraGura Game; retrieved 6/25/10
- ; retrieved 1/17/11
- Video Game Memorabilla Blog: Auction Crawler presents: SMB3 Japanese Fun Machine!, dated 6/7/09; retrieved 1/17/11
- Borp's coverage on the Mario Boards
- New Super Mario Bros. Wii Action Mascots Hitting Japan, dated 11/24/10; retrieved 1/11/11
- National Console Support: New Super Mario Bros Water Toys; retrieved 6/26/10