Super Nintendo World app goes live ahead of Park’s grand opening

With the opening date of Super Nintendo World approaching, Universal Studios Hollywood has now added a section for the park to its app. By downloading the Universal Studios Hollywood app on your phone, you can now view information about the park that will be helpful if you plan to visit, including details about your Power-Up Band performance and a map of the park. The opening of the area itself is scheduled for February 17, so park visitors can use this information then.

Once you’ve downloaded the app, you should see a grid of options, including things like wait times, alerts, and more. One in the top center is a portal to the Super Nintendo World section of the app. Select that and you’ll be taken to the interface shown below in the images shared by TouringPlans on Twitter.

After working your way through a number of warnings and how-tos, you can browse through four main sections of the Super Nintendo World section of the app: the “Home” menu where you can scan your Power-Up Band to go get started earning points, a “Rank” menu that shows how you stack up against other visitors, as well as Nintendo icons such as Mario and Peach, a map that shows the layout of the park, and some options that allow you to configure your player profile.

The Power-Up Bands will be one of the more interesting areas of the park once the doors to Super Nintendo World open. We’ve heard about it in the past as one of the main attractions there, and recently learned more about it during our personal visit to the park. By exploring the park and interacting with various attractions in the area, you can collect points that change the way different characters in the park interact with you. The map section of the Super Nintendo World app shows more details regarding where people can find points of interest that can award them points.

The park itself is expected to open on February 17 and will initially feature one attraction: Mario Kart. The Power-Up Bands themselves are optional, but they seem to be an important part of the experience based on what’s been shown so far.

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