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Nintendo will mark the 30th anniversary of its iconic "Super Mario" franchise this year with the new game, which will let people create and share levels for play

Facebook hackathon gives Super Mario millennial touch

AFP Amanda Maler wasn't even born when Nintendo's beloved Super Mario made his debut 30 years ago. Maler and fellow 20-somethings named their team "Move Fast and Brick Things" in a merging of a Facebook hacker-mindset motto "move fast and break things," with a reference to brick blocks that are well-known obstacles in Mario games. "We are millennials and we grew up playing Mario," 23-year-old Fa…

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