If you've ever wanted to know what a Super Mario battle royale game would look like, you don't have to wait any longer. Nintendo has begun to roll out Super Mario Bros. 35 across the Japanese Nintendo eShop, with the game to launch in other regions throughout the rest of today's scheduled launch date. As revealed previously, Super Mario Bros. 35 features 35 different players each vying to defeat the other, by clearing a stage while other players attack Mario. As most battle royale games tend to be, it'll be free to play, though it'll also be available to play for a limited time. According to Nintendo, Super Mario Bros. 35 will be delisted and unplayable after March 31, 2021. So be sure to grab it when it releases in your region and try it out before it's gone for good.