google-easter-eggThere are some things that make you feel really old, and in this case, it would be Super Mario Brothers.  This year, Mario is celebrating 30 years in gaming this weekend.  Not only did Mario get the honor to be celebrating his 30th birthday, but Google decided to give him a present in the form of a Google interactive Easter Egg hidden in the game’s Knowledge Graph Card.

If you do a search for 

[Super Mario Brothers], you’ll discover that the game’s knowledge graph information includes an animated version of the iconic question-mark brick.  If you click on the brick, you’ll be treated with the Super Mario ringing sound of points being scored, as well as points that rise from the brick.

“Rumor is a 1-UP sound majestically rings when you click 100 times,” reports TechCrunch.


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