Super Mario Brothers 35 year old rare game auctioned for Rs 100 million
Dallas: Probably the best-selling game in the history of digital video games.
Super Mario Brothers’ 35-year-old game cartridge has now sold for لاکھ 660,000, which is about 100 million Pakistani rupees.The Dallas-based auction company says the SuperMario Brothers game cartridge was purchased for Christmas presents in 1986 and was kept in an office drawer.The seal of this game has not been opened and thus there is no question of using it. Thus, this game, offered in an auction, has been found in the best condition.
The first version of the game was released by Nintendo in 1986 but changed its packaging in 1987, which is why there are only a few 1986 packaging games that are now considered the rarest.
According to Heritage Auctions expert Valerie Mick Leakey, copies of the game have rarely been made and are now scarce. That’s why this rare game cartridge of Super Mario Brothers has been sold at sensible prices. Earlier last November, the Super Mario Brothers 3 game cartridge was auctioned for one hundred and fifty six thousand dollars.