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Here’s What Happens When You Hit A Question Mark Block At Super Nintendo World

Here’s What Happens When You Hit A Question Mark Block At Super Nintendo World 1
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During today’s Super Nintendo World media presentation, Universal Studios brought a Question Mark block that will appear at the park later this year.

If someone tries “hitting” the Question Mark block at the park, the block will light up and make a coin sound, similar to how it works in the Super Mario games.

And if you happen to be wearing a Power Up Band, you will probably earn a coin or two in the Super Nintendo World smartphone app.

Check it out in action:

Super Nintendo World is opening in Osaka this summer ahead of the Olympics, followed by Universal Parks in Hollywood, Orlando and Singapore #SuperNintendoWorld #任天堂 pic.twitter.com/0OwDwrLkBz

— QuickTake by Bloomberg (@QuickTake) January 14, 2020

Source: NintendoSoup

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