Check Out 10 Mario-Themed Frozen Yogurt Flavors Here
If you want to try Luigi's White Chocolate Pistachio, you have to wait until the end of August.
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Nintendo and frozen yogurt chain Yogurtland announced a partnership last month, and now we know what all the flavors are and when you'll be able to try them. Mario's Chocolate Gelato and Bowser's Dragon Berry Tart are available right now, but you'll have to wait until the end of August to try Luigi's White Chocolate Pistachio.
Flavors coming in July include Toad's Rocky Road, Yoshi's Honeydew, Goomba's Ice Coffee, and Princess Peach Tart. August gets flavors like Donkey Kong Banana Cream, Shy Guy's Pineapple Lime Coconut Sorbet, and Koopa Troopa's Lemon Cupcake. You can take a look at all the flavors in the gallery below.
There's also an opportunity to collect spoons based on Mario, Yoshi, Luigi, Peach, and Bowser. You can see what those look like in the gallery above. Additionally, you can enter yourself into a contest for prizes such as a Wii U and a year of free yogurt. Other prizes include unlimited yogurt cups and games for 3DS and Wii U. You can enter here.
The Nintendo-Yogurtland promotion lasts until September 8 and is only available at select locations. You can find out more information, including where you can get a specific flavor, here.
You can see the full list of yogurt flavors and release dates below.
- Mario's Chocolate Gelato -- July 1
- Bowser's Dragon Berry Tart -- July 1
- Toad's Rocky Road -- July 8
- Yoshi's Honeydew -- July 15
- Goomba's Ice Coffee -- July 22
- Princess Peach Tart -- July 29
- Donkey Kong Banana Cream -- August 5
- Shy Guy's Pineapple Lime Coconut Sorbet -- August 12
- Koopa Troopa's Lemon Cupcake -- August 19
- Luigi's White Chocolate Pistachio -- August 26
This isn't the first time Nintendo has licensed its characters for use by other companies. The Mario publisher recently teamed up with Vans to release Nintendo-themed shoes, shirts, and backpacks. We've also seen Mario toothbrushes.
Last year, Nintendo announced a partnership with Universal Parks & Resorts to bring the company's iconic characters to amusement parks. That means you could see Mario and Link in the same park as Harry Potter, The Simpsons, and Transformers.
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