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Mario vs. Donkey Kong Pieces of the Puzzle Trailer Released

Set to release next month, get a sneak peek of Nintendo’s Mario vs. Donkey Kong with the “Pieces of the Puzzle” trailer for the game.

In this upcoming title, things start out with an unfortunate predicament: Donkey Kong has stolen the Mini-Mario toys from the factory. However, Mario is on the case, and it’s up to players to give him through more than 130 levels (across eight different worlds) to rescue them and save the day.

In order to save the day, players will have to carefully observe their surroundings, planing each action as they collect a key and rescue the respective Mini-Mario. Players will also be tasked with guiding said Mini-Marios through select sections.

Originally released for the Game Boy Advance portable system, this overhauled Nintendo Switch release will pay host to newly added co-op play, new worlds, updated music and visuals, and additional ways to play.

See iMario vs. Donkey Kong for yourself with the “Pieces of the Puzzle” trailer below:

Mario vs. Donkey Kong — Pieces of the Puzzle — Nintendo Switch

Mario vs. Donkey Kong will come out for the Nintendo Switch on February 16. Note that pre-orders are available now on the official Nintendo eShop page.

Source: YouTube
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