Cassette of ‘Super Mario Brothers’ game sold for Rs 24 crore
Texas: The cassette of the most expensive video game in human history has been sold and a new record has been set. This is the ‘Super Mario 64’ that was played on the Nintendo console. Surprisingly, it sold for 15 1.5 million, valued at Rs. 238 million in Pakistani rupees.
The cassette of the game is completely sealed and when it was put up for auction at the Heritage auction house in Dallas, USA, its final price reached 15 1.56 million, which includes other expenses. It should be noted that two days ago, a game of Nintendo, Legend of Zelda, was sold for 70 870,000.
“Super Mario 64” was released in 1996 and was a popular and favorite game around the world for many years, later it became the identity of the Nintendo company. It was also the first 3D game in the Mario series to not only increase Nintendo’s popularity but also pave the way for a 3D game.
According to the auction house, they hoped the game would sell for دس 1 million, but after Legend of Zelda, it sold for 15 1.5 million. Video game rating company Wata Games has rated it A Plus Plus for being a sealed and brand new cassette.
In April of the same year, a cassette of “Super Mario Brothers” sold for 60 660,000, but “Super Mario 64” has set an extraordinary record that seems impossible to break.