Mario Hanafuda

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Not to be confused with Club Nintendo Hanafuda.
Illustration on the upper face of the inner box of the red Mario Hanafuda deck.

The Mario Hanafuda deck is a deck of Japanese playing cards known as Hanafuda. It was introduced during the 30th Anniversary of Super Mario Bros.. The illustrations on the cards, including the ones on the inner box, are derived from the currently produced President set[1].

Illustrations on the cards[edit]

In the Mario Hanafuda deck, all of the cards' traditional illustrations have been modified with elements from the Mario universe. Furthermore, a close inspection of the illustration reveals that a new printing method has been used with respect to the one used in the Club Nintendo Hanafuda. Another important aspect is that now some months follow a theme (although others are mixes of miscellaneous enemies, power ups and the Mario Bros. themselves):

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MH Jun 1.png MH Jun 2.png MH Jun 3.png MH Jun 4.png
MH Jul 1.png MH Jul 2.png MH Jul 3.png MH Jul 4.png
MH Aug 1.png MH Aug 2.png MH Aug 3.png MH Aug 4.png
MH Sep 1.png MH Sep 2.png MH Sep 3.png MH Sep 4.png
MH Oct 1.png MH Oct 2.png MH Oct 3.png MH Oct 4.png
MH Nov 1.png MH Nov 2.png MH Nov 3.png MH Nov 4.png
MH Dec 1.png MH Dec 2.png MH Dec 3.png MH Dec 4.png

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Official site of the Hanafuda and Kabufuda sets currently produced by Nintendo. Nintendo of Japan official site. Retrieved March 11, 2016.