With a few days to go until Nintendo 3D and 2D Mario Kart 7 releases in the United States, Nintendo has started rolling out a new “toy” for the new consoles.
The company has shared some new details about the Wii U’s new “Super Mario 3D World,” the Wii Fit Plus, and a brand-new 3DS game.
The company also shared the details of a new game titled “Toys for the Brain” which will feature Mario, Luigi, and Princess Peach and will launch sometime this fall.
“Toy for the Mind” will feature a new 3D puzzle game, with “a twist,” and will be free to play.
The game is based on the concept of “toys for brain,” which the company explained in a video.
“When your brain is wired to one of the many toys, it’s like you’re playing a video game.
It’s a fun experience that lets you imagine a toy, play with it, and build on it,” the company said.
The 3DS version of the game will include a “super-toy,” and Nintendo said it will come in a “sophisticated and elegant” package.
“A big goal was to make a toy that would feel like a real toy, one that can be played with with your mind,” Nintendo said in a statement.
The Nintendo 3ds will also come with “the ability to play with up to seven characters,” the statement added.
The Wii Fit is due out sometime in March, and the Wii and Wii U will be out for a week, beginning in early March.
The 3DS is due for release in early April.