It’s easy to imagine Mario Switch’s paper printables looking something like a classic Paper Mario game from the NES era.
But the game’s paper design doesn’t have to look anything like a traditional Paper Mario, either.
The Switch Paper Printables feature a new, paper-like appearance, which makes them easier to play with than Paper Mario Paper Mario Switch and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
The Paper Mario series is often praised for its innovative designs, but Paper Mario is not the only series to incorporate the technology.
Other popular games have used the same technology to create some amazing designs.
And with Paper Mario 3D Land, Nintendo is continuing that tradition with its Paper Mario designs.
Nintendo will reveal the Paper Mario printables at its Nintendo Direct presentation on March 10, so you’ll have to be there to see them.
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