Meet the Mario from Graffiti Kingdom


Few people probably have them, but I enjoyed playing the two Rakugaki Oukouku (Magic Pengel) games from Taito. The second game, renamed Graffiti Kingdom for North America, was an action RPG where you can draw creatures to play with. One gamer took this a step forward and re-created Super Mario using the Graffiti Kingdom engine. Mario in Graffiti Kingdom acts like a claymation version of the famous plumber until he fails to beat up a group of robots. Look out King Koopa here comes Hyper Mario!


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