Much like every oth­er bat­tle royale game before Super Mario Bros. 35, cheaters are start­ing to make an appear­ance, post­ing impos­si­ble high scores and dis­tort­ing leader boards. For those who don’t know, the Super Mario bat­tle royale pins 35 play­ers against each oth­er in lev­els from the clas­sic Super Mario Bros.

These play­ers rack up coins to dur­ing a match, with most play­ers not pass­ing 1,000 coins. As spot­ted by Poly­gon, the glob­al leader­boards are show­ing a num­ber of play­ers who have col­lect­ed 99,999 coins in a sin­gle match. 

Anoth­er Twit­ter user point­ed out a large leap in scores on the leader­board — by a huge mar­gin– with rank 58 hav­ing col­lect­ed 4,450 coins and rank 57 with 24,386.

Oth­ers have point­ed to a YouTube video that explains how the exploits for unlim­it­ed coins are pulled off. Of course, Nin­ten­do has had that video removed with a copy­right claim. Although the gam­ing giant is tak­ing action against such videos, it’s unclear what they are doing to mit­i­gate cheaters in the game.

The game is cur­rent­ly avail­able for Nin­ten­do Switch Online sub­scribers exclu­sive­ly, cel­e­brat­ing the orig­i­nal Super Mario Bros.’ 35th anniversary.