Super Mario 63 1.0
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Super Mario 63 Review
Last Updated: 2022-01-20 17:40:37
Warning: You need to have a program capable of running an SWF file to play this game. You can click here to find one such program right here on our website.
Newgrounds, regardless of your opinion of the site, was the absolute forefront of Flash games throughout the 2000s. They also had a hand in the transition from Flash games to Indie games. A ton of creators helped upload some of the codifiers for the Flash game genre, and one of those few forefathers was Super Mario 63.
To play Super Mario 63, simply boot up whatever SWF player you have and execute the SWF file in it.
The game follows the typical Mario plot, where Peach gets kidnapped and you have to save her from Bowser. The dialogue mostly consists of outdated pop-culture references, unfortunately, which will date the game significantly.
However, the gameplay truly shines. This Mario is incredibly agile and floaty, which comes with pros and cons. Anything that doesn't involve small platform platforming is great, and anything that does...isn't.
One thing this game adds is the FLUDD from Mario Sunshine, which gives you a lot of verticalities compared to a lot of Super Mario games.
And of course, the selling point is the level editor. In its heyday, it also had online level sharing. There's a massive variety of blocks and interactive weapons you can use. One of the only downsides is you need to collect star coins to unlock tiles in the level editor, which is unfortunate.
All in all, Super Mario 63 is one of the best fan games ever made.
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