If you’re in Europe or Australia, Nintendo has revealed when you can get your hands on several newly announced bundles for Super Mario Maker, as well as the release dates for the 30th Anniversary 8-Bit Mario Amiibo. When the game launches on September 11 in Europe and September 12 in Australia, it will be available in three physical editions, including a Wii U console bundle.

There’s the Wii U Premium Pack, which includes a black Wii U console, the Classic Colors version of the 8-bit Mario Amiibo, a hardcover artbook, and, of course, the game itself. Then there’s the Limited Edition Pack, which also includes the Amiibo and the artbook alongside the game. Finally, there’s the standard edition of the game, which does not come bundled with the Amiibo but does still include the artbook in addition to the game.

On the same dates, the Classic Colors Mario Amiibo will also be available for standalone purchase. The Modern Colors variant will be made available later in the year, releasing on October 23 in Europe and October 24 in Australia. At this time, no announcement has been made about a North American release date for any of these bundles or Amiibo.

Are you interested in any of these bundles? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: IGN

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