Post Profile






What do you actually do in games?

Here's a question: What do you do in Mario? Good question. I love Mario! In Mario you run and jump and defeat enemies. You explore. You get from left to right. You sometimes climb flagpoles. If it's Mario 2 you pick and throw vegetables. If it's Super Mario World, you get to knock about on a dinosaur. If it's Mario Galaxy you dropkick meteors into the heart of a distant sun.
read more

share

Related Posts


Video Gaming Has a Problem With Jumping Realism, and It’s Mario’s Fault - Don't try this at home.

Humor : Geekosystem

Humans as a species are not actually very good at jumping, but you wouldn't know that if you looked at video games. And not just platformers, either; even the most realism-driven games sometimes allow players to bounce off the walls...

Super Paper Mario Is A Role-Playing Game About Nintendo

Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

Super Paper Mario has the typical hallmarks of a 2D Mario platformer—stomp on enemies, jump over pits, and avoid obstacles—but failing carries minuscule stakes. If you fall into a pit, you only lose a single health point. The enemie...

GameTrailers' Pop-Fiction - Ep. 2 revisited: Mario and the flagpole

Entertainment / Video Games : GoNintendo

Get More: GameTrailers.com, Pop Fiction - Episode 2: Mario Flagpole HD, PC Games, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

A 3D Printed Möbius Strip of Super Mario Bros. Shows What Happens When You Jump Over the Flagpole

Humor : Geekosystem

Designer Joaquin Baldwin used his extensive design skills to show us what happens when Mario happens to jump over the flagpole. Now, some of us may have had a Game Genie when we were younger, and may have turned on the moon jump cod...

Once and For All, Mario Can Jump the Flagpole [Myths]

Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

GameTrailers took on, Mythbusters style, the legend that Mario can leap the flagpole in Super Mario Bros on the NES. and, whaddaya know, they indeed proved it true. World 3-3 is where you have the best chance of doing it yourself. M...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC