New Super Mario Bros Wii Coin World Slot Machine Arcade Game!


Mario is easily the most famous face in video
games!
Everyone can agree on that right?
He’s worn many hats including his famous
red one, as a plumber, carpenter, Doctor,
golfer, driving that thing in Alleyway, Even
a tennis umpire.
Everyones got their favorite game and the
recent 2-D adventures in the New Super Mario
Bros series are mine.
I love the play mechanics of the first Super
Mario mixed with beautiful hi-res graphics
and tough challenges.
I thought I’ve played every Mario game, but
I’ve found an arcade game that’s off the radar
for almost everybody.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii Coin World is the
name of this giant machine.
I found it at the cool, candy land themed
Game Center at a mall in Okegawa, Japan.
The game is not your typical Mario adventure,
it’s a mix of mini games and slot machines
for up to 4 players . It’s also not the only
time Nintendo dipped into the current arcade
scene as well.
They’ve done Mario Kart, F Zero AX, and you’ve
already seen me translate Luigi’s mansion!
This game isn’t like those though, the machine
doesn’t take regular money.
You have to change your money into tokens
and use them.
100¥, or basically 1 US dollar, gets you
10 tokens, but at this Game Center, 1000¥
or basically 10 US dollars will get you 100
tokens plus a bonus 100, for 200 in all.
One token gives you one spin on the slot machine,
but only the middle bar.
If you get 3 matching icons in a row in a
place where you didn’t bet, it doesn’t count.
5 tokens is the maximum bet and 3 matching
icons anywhere on the board with a maximum
bet guarantees a win.
So, how much does a maximum bet actually cost
then?
With the 200 tokens I bought one max bet is
25 yen, or basically 4 plays for 1 US dollar.
Got it?
The controls are simple.
A joystick and 2 buttons as well as a cash
out button too.
The joystick moves Mario, Luigi, or the two
toads around, the buttons are used for betting
and spinning the slot machine, and is used
as a jump or fire button during the mini games
So how do you get to the minigames?
Remember the tokens I just talked about?
Well, You’ll need a lot of tokens because
most of the time, you’re going to lose!
When you get 3 in a row, you’ll win some coins
that you can use for more spins.
Certain combinations unlock the ability to
play minigames, usually to get more coins
to bet again and keep the game going.
In This minigame you have to hit the coin
block as fast as you can.
In this one the right item is hiding in the
clouds and you have to use the propeller hat
to go up and find it.
In this one, you have to find the right icon
and avoid the koopa icons.
Now that’s all if you’re just playing by yourself.
There’s special power meters and if you can
play with 4 players at once, and charge them
all up, you can fight bowser and save princess
peach!
So if you’ve got too many tokens and want
to cash out, what can you do with them?
Actually gambling is illegal in Japan, so
you cant cash them back in for money.
However, you can take them to other games
in the game center, and if you can get really
good, one coin could last all day, which is
a lot more than most arcade games these days.
New Super Mario Bros. Wii Coin World is a
pretty unique game.
Its pretty hard to find so if you ever see
it, don’t pass it by.
You can add slot Jockey to Mario Resume

8 thoughts on “New Super Mario Bros Wii Coin World Slot Machine Arcade Game!

  1. I honestly didn't expect to find Mario in arcades to begin with, slots here are usually strictly associated with gambling but I've been to a couple of places where there are those redeemable tickets machines, another workaround for gambling, they shouldn't be too different from Pachinko.
    Also, 200 tokens for just 10 dollars! Here the exchange is 50 cents for one token, if they are fair and without counting extras for paying more. Unless of course, the cabinets there take two or more credits per play.

  2. I think the real unanswered question here is, when did Mario have time to go to medical school??

  3. Some of these slot-type games are works of art with all the lights and mechanical parts. 
    I'll have to keep an eye out for this one

  4. This is so cool–those question block light panels, oh man I'd love to have those! So there is legit an ending to this? Nice! It'd be really neat if Nintendo added games like this to their e-shops for fun.

  5. It’s a great idea ,i wish it also reached the west but am afraid that due the dying arcade business and the somewhat misleading title,this game wouldn’t have be a success.
    sure i really want to see it being a smash hit.

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