Friday, August 14, 2015

Back-to-School With Nintendo

As September approaches and kids start heading back to school, Nintendo can’t help but get nostalgic. Do you remember the thrill in the air when September rolled around each year? Between shopping for new clothes and organizing school supplies, it was hard to resist getting swept up in all the fun. Unfortunately, all those joyful emotions can quickly fade away once school is back in session. As an adult, you can help kids realize that fun does not need to end once the school season starts. With new games like Super Mario Maker for the Wii U console and Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer for the Nintendo 3DS portable family of systems available in September, kids can continue celebrating while flexing their creative muscles throughout the school year. Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition is a fun set of games available now that kids can look forward to playing during their ride to school!

Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition contains two huge puzzling RPG adventures to keep young brains active. And with the games playable on all the systems in the Nintendo 3DS family, kids will have fun playing the games on their way to school.

Super Mario Maker: Looking to sharpen your kids’ creative skills throughout the school year? Available on the 11th of September, Super Mario Maker for Wii U lets kids design new levels that they can share with friends, family members and even people around the world! In addition, nostalgic Nintendo fans will have fun playing alongside the kids in their life, as the game includes both modern and retro Mario styles.

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer: Kids will be able to explore their creativity on Sept. 25 with the release of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Edition. In the latest installment of the classic series, players can happily design the perfect houses (inside and out) for all their favorite Animal Crossingvillagers. Every home can have a different look, from a game-themed bedroom to a water-themed living room – the sky's the limit! For added enjoyment, new amiibo cards let players add villagers into the game, each with his or her own design requests. Kids will also be able to collect and trade their favorite characters!

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