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Mario92 v2.0

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mario92.zip
Filename mario92.zip (Download)
Title Mario92 v2.0
Description A mario clone game that features game saving/loading, external levels, and a map editor. Required libraries: hexlib, util.
Author Thomas Corvazier (tom68000@multimania.com)
Category TI-92 Plus Assembly Games (Kernel)
File Size 104,870 bytes
File Date and Time Sun Oct 4 17:42:26 1998
Documentation Included? Yes
Source Code Included? No

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Review
Review by  Alex Staherski
Reviewed on 2004-11-20
Attention span: 9/10 The ability to create levels makes for an infinitely replayable game.
Controls: 8/10 Simple, virtually perfect control.
Implementation: 7/10 (no comment)
Overall: 8/10 Excellent idea for a calc game.

Mario92 is a version of Nintendo's Super Mario Land written for the TI-92+. It uses the same graphics as the original game, and the controls, for the most part, are the same. The object is the same, but the levels themselves are completely different from the original, so if you're used to that version, you won't know these levels. The game is also packaged with a level editor for the computer which easily allows you to create user levels for the calculator. The save feature is also quite handy since the game is so long.

Mario 92 has a few differences from Mario Land, the most noticeable of which are the lack of a "run" button and the lack of power-ups. The only item you can get in the current version is the 1-up mushroom. You also can't go down the pipes in this version, which can be rather annoying for people used to the original. The game is quite large, but, due to the incredible amount of memory on the 92+ module, it doesn't really cause a problem. So far, this game bares more of a resemblance to Sqrxz than to Mario in terms of game play, but still stays true to Mario for graphics, levels, and story line.

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ARCHIVE CONTENTS

Archive Contents
Name Size
MARIO92.92P   17024
EDITOR.GIF   6452
FOND.JPG   11410
LEVELS.92P   7664
MARIO92.GIF   5569
MARIO92.HTM   11892
MARIO2.JPG   11099
MARIO1.JPG   14463
EXAMPLE.92P   268
MARIO92.9XZ   27229
EDITOR.EXE   43184

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