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Photos of the Nintendo Switch Road Trip and Super Mario Maker 2 Launch Event with the Chicago Children’s Museum at Chicago’s Navy Pier Are Available on Business Wire’s Website and the Associated Press Photo Network

In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, members of the Chicago Children’s Museum kick off the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event allowed attendees to play a variety of Nintendo Switch games, including the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October. (Photo: Business Wire) 0
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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, members of the Chicago Children’s Museum kick off the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event allowed attendees to play a variety of Nintendo Switch games, including the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October. (Photo: Business Wire)

Photos of the Nintendo Switch Road Trip and Super Mario Maker 2 Launch Event with the Chicago Children’s Museum at Chicago’s Navy Pier Are Available on Business Wire’s Website the Associated Press Photo Network.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, members of the Chicago Children’s Museum kick off the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event allowed attendees to play a variety of Nintendo Switch games, including the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October. (Photo: Business Wire)

In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, members of the Chicago Children’s Museum kick off the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event allowed attendees to play a variety of Nintendo Switch games, including the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October. (Photo: Business Wire)

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, members of the Chicago Children’s Museum kick off the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event allowed attendees to play a variety of Nintendo Switch games, including the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Chicagoans Carly A. and her daughter, Ariel, 6, play the Splatoon 2 game for Nintendo Switch at the kickoff event for the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event allowed attendees to play a variety of Nintendo Switch games, including the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, members of the Chicago Children’s Museum kick off the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event allowed attendees to play a variety of Nintendo Switch games, including the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, brothers Xavier H., 9, and Max H., 7, of Chicago join Tandy T., 7, of Chicago in a game of Super Mario Party. As members of the Chicago Children’s Museum, the trio helped kick off the nationwide Nintendo Switch Road Trip at Navy Pier in Chicago on June 27, 2019. The event also allowed attendees to play the Super Mario Maker 2 game a day before its June 28 launch. Super Mario Maker 2 gives players the tools to play, create and share side-scrolling Super Mario courses. The tour continues across the country through mid-October.