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This is a sound effect associated with Nintendo's Super Mario series. It was created by Koji Kondo and originally designed for the NES game Super Mario Bros..

Used In

TV Shows

Movies

Commercials

  • Garfield Honey Nut Cheerios commercial (1993)
  • Nintendo 64 Taco Bell commercial (1997) (1 & 2)

Video Games

NES:

  • Super Mario Bros. (Debut)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2
  • Super Mario Bros. 3

DS:

  • Jump Super Stars
  • Jump Ultimate Stars
  • New Super Mario Bros.

GameCube:

  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (Heard once at the beginning of the "Tilt-a-Kart" music.)
  • Super Mario Sunshine (Heard once in the Nintendo logo.)

Wii:

  • Mario Sports Mix (Low Pitched)
  • Mario Super Sluggers (Used when collecting coins.)
  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Used when you collect coins in "Coin Battle" mode.)

3DS:

  • Super Mario Maker

Wii U:

  • Super Mario Maker

Nintendo Switch:

  • Super Mario Maker 2 (Used when collecting coins in "Super Mario Bros." mode.)
  • Super Mario Odyssey (Used when collecting coins during 8-bit sections.)

Online:

  • Castle Cat 2: The Miami Invasion (Used when collecting coins.)
  • Castle Cat 3: The Vegas Connection (Used when collecting coins in the Venetian building.)

Trailers

  • The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) (Trailers)
  • Wreck-It Ralph (2012) (Trailers)

TV Spots

  • The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) (TV Spots)

Other Media

  • Mario Calculator
  • Mario Clock

YouTube Videos

  • Angry Video Game Nerd
  • Animation vs. Super Mario Bros.
  • Dorkly (Heard once in the outro.)
  • history of the entire world, i guess (Heard six times when the horse nomads repeatedly bump into China, but in very high-pitched.)
  • Mario's Goal Calamity (2015) (Shorts)
  • SuperMarioLogan Videos
  • The Super Mario Oddshow Collab
  • Smosh Videos
  • WhitneyGoLucky (Used as a gag for golden coins.)

Anime

  • Oruchuban Ebichu (Used in Episode 9.)

Image Gallery

Audio Samples

File:Mario Coin.ogg File:SMB Coin Sound (Different Version).ogg The very high-pitched version of the sound effect as heard in history of the world, i guess.

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