New York City’s largest amusement park has a new game for kids: No Ads.
No advertisements for any of the park’s attractions, which were recently updated to eliminate ads from Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. franchise.
This is the newest installment in a string of changes at Tokyo’s Yasukuni Plaza, which is home to Japan’s military, and the park has had plenty of changes since the park was first opened in 1997.
“We are really pleased with the progress of the project and the progress in the game,” said Yasuhiro Tsujimoto, a senior director at the park.
“The park has been working on improving its business and its operations and it has been very helpful in helping to boost attendance.”
But in order to keep people coming back, the park is currently testing an app that allows users to download a game and play with their friends.
“It will also allow us to share the results with other visitors,” Tsujima said.
The new app will be available in Japan sometime in the next two weeks.
This isn’t the first time Nintendo has made changes to its games.
In June, Nintendo introduced new ways to play online with the introduction of its first-ever social game called Super Mario Maker, a collaboration between Nintendo and the popular Maker Studios video game studio.
Nintendo also announced a new, “all-new” way to play with friends and family through its social gaming service, Super Nintendo World.
And this week, Nintendo announced a major update to the Nintendo Switch console.
“Super Mario Run” is a new adventure game for the Nintendo 3DS.
It launches on Oct. 25.
It has a story about Mario’s journey through a forest filled with dinosaurs.
The story focuses on his quest to save Princess Peach from Bowser, a villain who wants to destroy Mario.
“With a brand new Mario, an all-new level, new power-ups, and new game mechanics, Super Mario is a completely new experience for fans of the series,” Nintendo said in a press release.
“Whether you’re a fan of the franchise or new to the series, Super Marios Run offers you a fresh and engaging experience.”
You can check out a trailer for Super Mario runs here.