Earlier this year Nintendo partnered with GameTruck to promote Splatoon, offering a way for thousands of people to have fun while playing their games. That partnership went so well for Nintendo that they’re teaming up again with GameTruck, this time in order to promote Super Mario Maker.
According to the press release, the Splatoon GameTruck partnership resulted in more than 5,000 parties and 1,500 large events across the country, with an estimated 600,000 guests served and exposed to Splatoon’s amazing gameplay. With results like that, it’s no wonder Nintendo is eager to continue the partnership with GameTruck to keep awareness of exclusive Wii U games high.
GameTruck will have more than 100 individual trucks with Super Mario Maker in their fleet, with reservations available for them right now. They won’t be rolling out across the country until September 18.
Super Mario Maker releases on September 11 worldwide.
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