Although the name “Little Buddy” may be printed on the tags of some of these plush, they’re just a distributor. They are in fact manufactured by San-ei which is a Japanese officially licensed Nintendo merchandise brand that makes extremely high quality plush with ‘minky’ fabric and beans to help them sit/pose. These plush collectibles are not only a big hit in Japan, they are also a favorite and a great collectible for any fan of some of the biggest Nintendo franchises across the globe. The beautiful details and incredibly soft-to-the-touch feel will bring out the most of your favorite characters.
Size: 4.5 inches tall | 4.5 inches wide
Coin Blocks have appeared in nearly every Super Mario game, debuting in Super Mario Bros., with ? Block-styled Coin Blocks debuting in Super Mario Land. In most games, there is a time limit for how long it will continue to give the player coins instead of actually having a set number of coins. If the player strikes a Coin Block fast enough, they can get about 10 coins, which is usually the most coins a player can get from a Coin Block, though quite a few games make it possible to obtain more. However, if a Coin Block is left alone after the first hit, it will only give two coins. Starting from New Super Mario Bros. and in games where the player is able to Ground Pound, ground pounding onto the Coin Block and holding the button that activated the Ground Pound will allow the player to collect coins at a faster rate, though only if they are in a powered-up form.
Item #: 1262