Mario just drove his kart right into Google Maps

Mario Day event starts popping up in Google Maps for some

Mario invades Google Maps to help you avoid bananas while driving

Starting today, users will get an option for Mario (driving a go-kart, natch) to take the place of the navigation arrow that represents your auto as you drive around.

It appears that the Mario Day Easter egg has already begun to roll out to everyone, so expect to see it on your app soon.

March 10 is Mario Day.

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This year Google is going above and beyond to commemorate everyone's favourite red-overalled, princess-chasing Italian plumber by integrating Mario Kart into Google Maps.

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The navigation arrow then transforms into Mario and he'll join you for all your driving this week.

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While Google is stating Mario will be your buddy for this week, there is no actual end date as to when Mario will leave the application.

Tomorrow is March 10, and you know what that means!

Users may not be able to pick up any mushrooms to get to their destinations faster, but they will be able to navigate as Mario for the next week. If Google did these events more often, I think people would enjoy it. Google Maps confirmed via its official Twitter account that the feature will be available for a full week, so users can activate (or deactivate) "Mario Mode" at any time between now and March 16. Has anyone else enabled it yet and traveled from point A to point B?

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You'll find this on iOS and Android only, from today, and if you're looking and you can't see it, update the app, as it needs the latest update to work.

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