A sealed copy of ‘Super Mario Bros.’ sold for just 660,000

Almost a complete copy of Super Mario Bros. Sold at auction for NES 60 660,000. The-550,000 that went into the 13-bidder contest went to the original owner of the game. Copy you US. Was one of the earliest shrink-wrapped versions of games you can buy in (Super Mario Bros. Eventually, according to Wata Games, there were 11 different types of box boxes.

Heritage Auctions, the pay firm that oversees the sale, said Ars Technica It’s late 1986. It was purchased as a Christmas present and sat open in a desk drawer for the better part of four decades. “I never thought anything of it,” the seller, who asked to remain anonymous, said at the auction house.

Copy this copy of 660,000 Super Mario Bros. When you consider the Nintendo PlayStation, a type of prototype representing a unique part of gaming history is sold at auction at 3000,000 times a year. Most recently, someone paid 15 6,156,000 to buy an original copy Super Mario Bros. 3. It makes you wonder how far the owner would have gone if they had somehow tried to cash in on the NFT craze together.