Once you select the icon, you would be asked whether to use the Mario Time on the app or not, kindly select the Let's Go option when asked.
Mario day (also stylized as MAR10 day) has been an annual celebration by Nintendo, incepted because the date March 10 kind of looks like the name Mario when written as MAR10.
Everyone's favorite plumber (and yes, he's a plumber again) can be activated by opening Google Maps and hitting the 8-bit question block icon, which prompts a pop up asking if commuters want to activate Mario mode.
Good bye for a week to the random Google Maps lady and her accent and say hello to Super Mario for directions. The update made available from today itself so you would be able to bring the Mario to your Google Maps by updating this application on a respective Smartphone.
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For a week starting today, one can replace the regular blue navigation arrow with an image of Mario riding a go kart.
Well, this isn't the first time Google has surprised us by customizing the appearance of Google Maps. That's why March 10 is officially Mario Day!
The feature only lasts for a week, so enjoy Mario Time while you can.
Are you looking forward to having Mario accompany you in his kart on your routes? There is a catch for now - users won't be playing a game, but instead will see the app's arrow turn into Mario.
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