Today officially marks a week until Nintendo pulls the plug on Super Mario 3D All-Stars and removes it permanently from the Switch eShop.
The collection, which includes Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy, will be deleted from the online store on March 31. The company will also stop producing physical copies of the game.
However, anyone who has previously purchased Super Mario 3D All-Stars will still be able to play and download the game. The game will also still be available to buy both physically and digitally via codes at retailers while stocks last.
Nintendo released the bundle last year as part of the 35th-anniversary celebrations for the series alongside Super Mario 34 and Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. Both of these products will also be discontinued.
While these games will be removed from sale, Nintendo still has plenty of other Mario-themed items available. The company added a selection of Mario content to Animal Crossing: New Horizons last month and also released a limited edition Red & Blue Nintendo Switch.