Walk Down Memory Lane: Super Mario Bros. 2 Completely Sealed Game Sells For $88,550 A never-opened Super Mario Bros. 2 video game from 1988 found at the back of a walk-in closet in Indiana — has sold for nearly $89,000 at auction. Harritt Group said the game was found in “near-mint” condition as part of an estate sale in Floyds Knobs, Indiana. Other (opened) games were also found in a huge stash, including Duck Hunt and Qix. The still-sealed Super Mario Bros. 2 game officially sold for $88,550 last week. In July, a copy of Super Mario 64 sold for more than $1.5 million, the most ever paid for a video game. If you grew up in the late 80s/early 90s – how much was Nintendo a part of your life? Do you remember the first Nintendo game you ever got?