The original, unopened version of an early Nintendo version of Super Mario sold at an auction for a record amount.
Someone paid $ 114,000, or more than $ 35.5 million, at the daily exchange rate for the Super Mario video game. for an unopened copy of an early version. Exactly a Nintendo cartridge jack that was manufactured in 1985 but was never used by its original owner.
The value of the cartridge for the new owner offering the highest bid amount was probably further enhanced by the fact that the copy was one of the first games that Nintendo packed with shrink film . Prior to the current auction record, a Super Mario cassette also topped the list, it was knocked down for $ 100,000 in 2019 (HUF 31 million at today's exchange rate).
better than the weekend auction at which the ominous copy sold sold a total of $ 699,000 worth of bids for Nintendo video games in their original packaging.
Gellert is Technology Editor at Counting News Media and contributor at other major tech publications. Her interests includes testing new gadgets and reading.