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Super Mario Land v3.0 Walkthrough Tutorial

Super Mario Land v3.0 Walkthrough Tutorial

Play as either Mario or Luigi in this brilliant Flash version of the classic Super Mario Bros. games. Use the Cursor Left and Right keys (Arrow keys) to move, the Up Arrow key to jump, the Down Arrow key to crouch and the Space Bar to throw fireballs.

In addition to the standard series of game levels that can be played, this game also includes a superb Level Editor which you can use to create and play your own levels – it includes instructions for how to use it.

To save any levels you make in the Level Editor for use again another time you visit this website, click on the “Code” option in the Level Editor main menu for the level you want to save, then click on “Copy to Clipboard” to copy the code for your level into your computer’s clipboard memory, then paste that level code (“Ctrl” + “v”) into the Notepad program (normally found in your Windows “Start / Programs / Accessories” menu), and then save it to your computer as a Notepad .txt file.

To play that saved level again and edit it some more another time you visit this website, simply open the .txt file you saved to your computer previously, copy the level code into your computer’s clipboard memory (“Ctrl” + “a”, then “Ctrl” + “c”), go into the game’s Level Editor and click on one of the three “Load” options in the Level Editor main menu, then paste the level code into the large white box in the game (click inside the box first, then “Ctrl” +”v”), then click “Load”, then click “Play” and you can play that level and edit it again as you wish. See below for five ready-made level codes for you to try..

Here are five ready-made level codes for you to use in the game’s Level Editor. To use them, click on any one of the level codes and copy it into your computer’s clipboard memory (“Ctrl” + “c”), go into the game’s Level Editor and click on one of the three “Load” options in the Level Editor main menu, then paste the level code into the large white box in the game (click inside the box first, then “Ctrl” +”v”), then click “Load”, then click “Play” and you can play that level (and even edit it) as you wish. Note that you can load, play and edit any three of the five level codes together, since three level slots are available in the Level Editor.

Level name: Fun House … Level difficulty: Medium … Level author:

Level name: Dark Mario … Level difficulty: Medium Hard … Level author: Mecha Mario

Level name: Thy Labyrinth2 … Level difficulty: Hard … Level author: Barokken

Level name: Koopa Village … Level difficulty: Very Hard … Level author: Speedy9876

Level name: Cave of Silence … Level difficulty: Extremely Hard … Level author: Bowser

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Adventure Time Games : Lemon Break Walkthrough

Adventure Time Games : Lemon Break Walkthrough

Finn’s planning a Lemon Break! Lemongrab has locked his people behind lemon bars. Help Finn bust them out, and save Flambo, BMO, Tree Trunks, NEPTR, and Lemonhope along the way! Fight off giant rats, spiders, and bats as you work your way through the lemon-scented prison. Put the squeeze on Lemongrab in Lemon Break!

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Top 10 Mario Games

Top 10 Mario Games

Super Mario is a legendary gaming hero. Ever since his appearance as a minor character in Donkey Kong, Mario has quickly risen as one of Nintendo’s main stars and most recognizable characters, and his Italian catchphrases have become the stuff of gaming legend. Our friends at Prima games have put together an awesome list of the top 10 Super Mario games of all time – did yours make the cut?

1:  SUPER MARIO LAND GAME

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One Classic game, super mario game online for free . Select mario or luigi to start. Then jump over little monsters. The ultimate objective is to defeat Tatanga, the “Mysterious Spaceman,” and save Princess Daisy. However, there are some differences from earlier Mario games as well.

2: SUPER MARIO MOTO GAME

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Super Mario returned from a very different way. This time you will not jump on enemies and go through the pipes, but grab a bike and perform many maneuvers, reaching the late stages to win. Click on Games you will find many other Mario games, but this is the one where Mario drives a motorcycle

3:SUPER MARIO BROS 3: STAR SCRAMBLE GAME

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The Super Mario is back for more adventures. His goal this time is to go through a scene full of enemies and collect all the stars scattered around the environment, then returned to the front door that will be open again to finish the stage.

4:SUPER MARIO CROSSOVER GAME

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Play this mario game with different characters. Beside mario : metroid, sonic, megaman, cobra and all new game characters. First wait to game loading. Then click enter and choose player. Every player has different abilities, some of them shooting, some of them jumps higher. But mario wins at the end. Because he is real hero.

5:MARIO COMBAT GAME

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Mario always had to jump on turtles to destroy them, but now the story has changed, these new turtles can not be defeated only with a little jump on them, Mario will now have to prove that he is a great fighter , and confront and fight against your opponents with the turtles.

6:SUPER MARIO BROS FREE GAME

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Jump around as Mario as you kill Mario’s regular enemies. Grab as many coins as possible.

7:FLASH SUPER MARIO BROS GAME

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Another nice Mario game. Select mario or luigi to start. Then jump over little monsters.

8:MARIO FOREVER GAME

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Mario Forever Flash is a colorful platformer game placed in the Mario universe. Evil King Bowser Koopa captured Princess Toadstool once again and it is your, Mario, duty to beat him and save Princess once and for all.

9:SUPER MARIO SHOOT ZOMBIES GAME

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Oh no! Zombies come into the world of Mario! Princess in danger! Mario! Quickly! Shoot them, defeat zombies.Save the world, depend on you!. Mouse click to shoot

10:MARIO SUPER GAME

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Are you a 80’s or 90’s kid? If you are, then you KNOW that Mario games were the best. Simple concept, somewhat hard, and addicting! Well you can now play Super Mario online. Just click on one of the Super Mario Games on the menu on the right and relive your childhood! Mario Games are a ton of fun to play and we have a bunch of them at Online Super Mario. These Mario Games are made by fans like you and we have all of the best Mario Games on the net. These Super Mario Games are a ton of fun to play and give up to the Super Mario Games you used to play as a kid!

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Mario Gets Karma’d

Mario Gets Karma’d

Fed up with Mario constantly tossing his brethren around like expendable weapons, Koopa takes a stand and gives the plumber a taste of his own medicine. And I’m not talking mushroomseither, although I did eat some at a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert and watched a bus turn into an accordion. I also saw a dinosaur, snake-woman and vampire, but I was way too crunk to f***/marry/kill anything.

Regular Show : Dance Of Doom

Regular Show : Dance Of Doom

Dance of Doom Dance of Doom once again pits Skips against the evil Klorgbane. This time, we flash back to Skips’ younger days, when he went to school with the Gary and the Guardians of Eternal Youth. Even then, Klorgbane was a bully and a jerk, and he loved nothing better than making trouble for Skips and the Guardians.

Regular Show Games : Dance Of Doom Game
Regular Show : Dance Of Doom

Luckily, Skips has the Fists of Justice, but will they be enough to stop Klorgbane before he ruins the school dance? Skips will have to jump and fight his way through Klorgbane’s deadly obstacles. Skips’ VERY old enemy Klorgbane is out to ruin the party! Help Skips stop him by collecting coins and powering up! Then do it all over again to beat your last score in the new Regular Show web game, Dance of Doom! Play it now at: http://goo.gl/XghwNe

LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids Announced

LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids Announced

LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids will follow the storyline of the LEGO Ninjago Rebooted television show, putting the player in the pumped-up kicks of a Spinjitsu Master who must fight and solve puzzles through 30 levels. The game does not yet have an official release date.

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“It’s been over two years since we introduced our first LEGO Ninjago game, and we are excited to bring the series back for our fans,” said TT Games Managing Director Tom Stone in a press release. “Young gamers will have loads of fun playing as their favorite Ninja, and we’re introducing new characters and new villains.”

Lego Battles: Ninjago was released for the Nintendo DS in 2011. The sequel was announced on the heels of The LEGO Movie’s massive success. There are talks of a Ninjago movie that could be releasedbefore The LEGO Movie’s inevitable sequel.

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Super Mario Land

Super Mario Land

Super Mario Land  is a platforming video game developed by Nintendo for the Game Boy handheld game console. It and the Game Boy debuted in Japan on April 21, 1989, in the United States on August 1989, and in Europe on September 28, 1990. Super Mario Land marked Mario’s first appearance on the Game Boy and was a launch title for the Game Boy in Japan, North America and Europe. It is one of the first games re-released on the “Virtual Console” for the Nintendo 3DS.

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Reviews of the game were generally favorable. The game drove initial sales of the Game Boy and has sold over 18 million copies in total. Super Mario Land was also the first game of the Super Mario series produced by Gunpei Yokoi, who previously produced Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr. and Mario Bros. A sequel, Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, was released in 1992. Another sequel, Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3, was released in 1994.

Gameplay

The gameplay of Super Mario Land is similar to that of Super Mario Bros. and its Japanese successor for the Nintendo Entertainment System. As in the previous games, the player takes over the role of Mario. The ultimate objective is to defeat Tatanga, the “Mysterious Spaceman,” and save Princess Daisy. There are some differences from earlier Mario games as well.

Mario’s primary attack is to jump on top of his enemies, which normally kills them. There are a few enemies who cannot be undone in this manner or may even cause damage to Mario if he jumps on them. Power-ups like the Super Mushroom work normally, but the Superball Flower enables Mario to throw “superballs” that fly at a 45-degree angle and ricochet off floors, walls, and ceilings. Unlike traditional fireballs, Superballs can also be used to collect coins, which is useful for coins that are difficult or impossible to reach otherwise. Also, unlike other games in the series, gameplay doesn’t pause briefly when Mario collects a power-up or takes damage.

In two specific levels Mario flies in the “Sky Pop” airplane or travels in the “Marine Pop” submarine instead of walking. In these levels, there is no Super Flower because Mario can shoot the entire time. He still can grow by getting a Super Mushroom or become invincible by getting a Starman. During these levels, the screen constantly scrolls forward until it reaches the boss at the end, and it is not possible to slow down or stop it. Mario can be killed either by an enemy or by being crushed by the edge of the screen.

The game consists of four worlds with three levels each. At the end of the first two levels in each world, there is a tower with an access at the top and at the bottom. If Mario can reach the upper access, there is a bonus level in which the player can win extra lives or power-ups. If he only reaches the lower access, the game continues normally. At the end of every third level, Mario has to fight a boss by either battling it or getting around it to reach a point behind them that will end the battle, similar to fighting Bowser in the original Super Mario Bros. After the game is completed, the game returns to the title screen, and the player is given the option to play in “Hard Mode.” If the game is finished in Hard Mode, the game goes back to the title screen and allows the player to choose which stage to start in, allowing for replay of any particular stage.

Plot

One day, a mysterious alien named Tatanga appears and hypnotizes the inhabitants of Sarasaland, including Daisy. He kidnaps Princess Daisy in order to marry her. Mario then sets out to rescue her from Tatanga, traveling through the four geographical areas of Sarasaland and defeating Tatanga’s minions along the way, as well as finding the monsters that pretend to be Daisy in order to fool Mario. Mario finally corners Tatanga in the skies of the Chai kingdom, bringing down his alien warship and rescuing Daisy, who thanks him and takes him back to her castle.

Development

The game was produced by Gunpei Yokoi, who previously produced Donkey Kong (1981), Donkey Kong Jr. (1982), Mario Bros. (1983) and Metroid (1986). It featured music written by Hirokazu Tanaka, who also composed for Duck Hunt (1984). Hiroshi Yamauchi, then president of Nintendo, wanted a Mario game to be on the Game Boy, and ordered Yokoi to create the game with his development team, Nintendo Research & Development 1. This would be the first original portable Mario game since the others made for the Game and Watch. This would also be the first Mario game developed without Shigeru Miyamoto, Yokoi’s protege and creator of Mario and The Legend of Zelda. Early in conceptual development, they decided to recreate the classic gameplay of the 1985 original in new worlds that took Mario far from the Mushroom Kingdom. It seemed like the perfect title to help sell their new system. Yokoi’s take on Mario helped the Game Boy surpass the NES as Nintendo’s best selling platform, and the game itself just surpassed Super Mario Bros. 3’s sales figures.

Initially, Nintendo planned to package Super Mario Land with the Game Boy, but decided to package Tetris instead at the insistence of Henk Rogers, who convinced Nintendo of America head Minoru Arakawa that a Mario title would only sell the Game Boy to young boys instead of everyone. This was the first game released for the original Game Boy.

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Super Mario 64

Super Mario 64

This is a great game that was released by Nintendo. It gives a the player a challenge even after you beat the main villain. I would definitely recommend this as one of your very first games because it introduces you to some characters, bosses, and abilities.

Super_Mario_64_(NA)Super Mario 64 is a platform game, published by Nintendo and developed by its EAD division, for the Nintendo 64. Along with Pilotwings 64, it was one of the launch titles for the console. It was released in Japan on June 23, 1996, and later in North America, Europe, and Australia. More than eleven million copies of Super Mario 64 have been sold. An enhanced remake called Super Mario 64 DS was released for the Nintendo DS in 2004.

As one of the earlier three-dimensional (3D) platform games, Super Mario 64 is based on open world playability, degrees of freedom through all three axes in space, and relatively large areas which are composed primarily of true 3D polygons as opposed to only two-dimensional (2D) sprites. The game established a new archetype for the 3D genre, much as Super Mario Bros. did for 2D sidescrolling platformers. In the evolution from two dimensions to three, Super Mario 64 places an emphasis on exploration within vast worlds that require the player to complete multiple diverse missions, in addition to the occasional linear obstacle courses as in traditional platform games. While doing so, it still preserves many gameplay elements and characters of earlier Mario games.

The game has left a lasting impression on 3D game design, particularly notable for its use of a dynamic camera system and the implementation of its 360-degree analog control. The title is acclaimed by many critics and fans as one of the greatest and most revolutionary video games of all time.

Gameplay

Super Mario 64 is a 3D platformer where the player controls Mario through several courses. Each course is an enclosed world in which the player is free to wander in all directions and discover the environment without time limits. The worlds are filled with enemies that attack Mario as well as friendly creatures that provide assistance, offer information, or ask a favor (such as pink “peace-loving” Bob-omb Buddies). The player gathers stars in each course; some stars only appear after completing certain tasks, often hinted at by the name of the course. These challenges include defeating a boss, solving puzzles, racing an opponent, and gathering coins. As more stars are collected, more areas of the castle hub world become accessible. The player unlocks doors in the castle with keys obtained by defeating Bowser in special courses. There are many hidden mini-courses and other secrets to the game, most containing extra stars needed to complete the game entirely.

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Some courses have special cap power-ups which augment Mario’s abilities. The Wing Cap allows Mario to fly; the Metal Cap makes him immune to most damage, allows him to withstand wind, walk underwater, and be unaffected by noxious gases; and the Vanish Cap renders him partially immaterial and allows him to walk through some obstacles such as wire mesh, as well as granting invulnerability to some forms of damage. Some courses contain cannons that Mario can access by speaking to a pink Bob-omb Buddy. After entering a cannon, Mario can be shot out to reach distant places. When the player has the Wing Cap equipped, cannons can be used to reach high altitudes or fly across most levels quickly.

Mario’s abilities in Super Mario 64 are far more diverse than those of previous Mario games. The player can make Mario walk, run, jump, crouch, crawl, swim, climb, kick, or punch using the game controller’s analog stick and buttons. Special jumps can be executed by combining a regular jump with other actions, including the double and triple jumps (jumping two and three times in a row, respectively), long jump and backflip. There are also special maneuvers, such as wall jumping; jumping from one wall to another in rapid succession to reach areas that would otherwise be too high. The player can pick up and carry certain items, an ability which is used to solve various puzzles, and swim underwater at various speeds. Mario’s life energy slowly diminishes while underwater, representing how long he can hold his breath.

Plot and setting

Super Mario 64 is set in Princess Peach’s Castle, which consists of three floors, a basement, a moat, and a courtyard. The area outside the castle is an introductory area in which the player can experiment, testing his or her player skills. Scattered throughout the castle are entrances to courses via secret walls and paintings. Super Mario 64 begins with a letter from Princess Peach inviting Mario to come to her castle for a cake she has baked for him. However, when he arrives, Mario discovers that Bowser has invaded the castle and imprisoned the princess and her servants within it using the power of the castle’s 120 Power Stars. Many of the castle’s paintings are portals to other worlds, in which Bowser’s minions keep watch over the stars. Mario explores the castle for these portals to enter the worlds and recover the stars. He gains access to more rooms as he recovers more Power Stars, and eventually traverses three different obstacle courses, each leading to its own battle with Bowser. Defeating Bowser the first two times earns Mario a key for opening another level of the castle. After Mario defeats Bowser in the final battle, Peach is released from the stained-glass window above the castle’s entrance. Peach rewards Mario by kissing him on the nose and baking the cake that she had promised him.

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