In february 1995 a really interesting mario game got released. Mario’s game gallery, which later got re released under the promising title Mario’s FUNdamentals. The game looks like the standard 90s mario cash grab game at first. It’s just a collection of five board games, namely checkers, backgammon, yacht, domino and go fish, featuring mario.
We don’t often think about the cleaners, caretakers and janitors of the world, cleaning up our messes and having to deal with the horrors of public bathrooms (thank you for your service). However, the most unsung heroes of them all are the cleaners for video game levels, mopping up the remains of NPCs, replacing the
(Game Sack theme song) (glass breaking) – Hello and welcome to Game Sack. That’s right, I’m finally checking out the NES. Now, my first console was the Sega Master System, so I don’t have quite the same nostalgia for the NES as a lot of people do, but I do actually have some nostalgia for
(high energy rock music) (chugging) (glass breaking) (clanking) (high energy rock music) (liquid pouring) – [Bartender] What’ll it be? – Anything that’ll help a man forget. – A man, you say? (laughs loudly) (electric sparks) – Easy partner, didn’t mean to offend. – This one’s on the house. (slurps) – Pace yourself, little fella. –
Hello Buddies! I will perform the songs of Super Mario on my super 8-bit synthesizer for those who do not know, the 8-bit synthesizer is a square wave synthesizer so I want to send a shout-out to board NASA Who asked me to play the songs of Mario. Let’s go!
– [Metal Jesus] Hey guys, Metal Jesus here. And I’m back again with another one of these videos where I talk about games that I personally play on some of my older systems. These videos are meant to be a personal look into really, again, what I play on a specific system. These are not