Nintendo Australia has revealed that players who’ve collected a million or more coins in New Super Mario Bros. 2 are eligible to receive a gift. To get a limited edition New Super Mario Bros. 2 certificate, and if you reside in Australia and have collected at least a million coins in the platformer, take a picture of yourself and your Nintendo 3DS, displaying your one million coin tally. After that, e-mail your photo to Nintendo, via the publisher’s website, by March 31st.
The Kirby Patch Set, which features Kirby’s Epic Yarn variant of Kirby and Prince Fluff, can be redeemed from the North American Club Nintendo for half the coins until the end of the week. Members who choose to claim the reward by September 15th only have to use 175 of their coins, rather than spending the normal 350.
The other Kirby-related Club Nintendo reward, Limited Edition Kirby Medal, is currently sold out as there were only 1,000 of them available.
To honor Kirby’s 20th anniversary, Nintendo is offering a Limited Edition Kirby Medal as a North American Club Nintendo reward for 600 coins. The medal has gold-colored plating, measures 1×1 inches, and comes in special collectible packaging. Only 1,000 of the special medals are available, so redeem yours quick!
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has revealed on the latest Nintendo Direct that New Super Mario Bros 2 players have amassed a whopping 57 billion coins so far in the game. Nintendo also announced that it will be providing a series of videos which will show players how to collect more coins.
Nintendo has revealed that a massive 35 billion coins have been collected worldwide in the recently released New Super Mario Bros 2 for the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo Japan says 30 billion coins have been collected in the region, while 5 billion coins have been collected in the rest of the world. How many coins have you managed to accumulate?