In case you missed the memo, tomorrow (March 10) is Mario Day - a day to celebrate the world's favorite animated plumber.
Starting today, users will get an option for Mario (driving a go-kart, natch) to take the place of the navigation arrow that represents your vehicle as you drive around.
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This year Google is going above and beyond to commemorate everyone's favourite red-overalled, princess-chasing Italian plumber by integrating Mario Kart into Google Maps. The discount starts on March 10 (MAR10, get it?) and runs through until March 25 across iOS and Android. Mario will only be available inside Maps for the next week, so take advantage of this fun feature while you can. You will need to update your app in order to access this feature, but doing so should trigger a prompt that requests permission to replace the standard tracker with Mario. It can be downloaded now for free on the App Store.
Starting today, the iconic question mark block from the Nintendo games will begin appearing in Google Maps. Just keep in mind to practice safe driving on the road-we don't encourage throwing bananas or red shells at other drivers in real life! Plus, Google and Nintendo have worked together before on silly stuff like this, as with the April Fool's day prank involving the "launch" of Google Maps 8-bit for NES. Google Maps also offers "street view", an option that lets a user see what it looks like on the ground in any given location.