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This article is a list of third party Mario games. Known unlicensed and pirate software are not listed.

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Arcade games

Būbū Mario

Būbū Mario
ブーブーマリオ
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Developer(s):
Publisher(s): Banpresto
Platform: Ride machine
Category:
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Japan: 1993
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Būbū Mario (contextual translation: Buzzing Mario?) appears to be a ride machine aimed towards children. It was released in Japan in 1993.

Gameplay

The ride simulates Mario and Luigi driving and avoiding obstacles. After a while, Princess Peach gets kidnapped by Bowser in the Koopa Clown Car. This leads Mario and Luigi on a pursuit to rescue her.

DokiDoki Mario Chance

Presumably a luck-based Mario arcade game, © 2003 Banpresto.

Donkey Kong (slot machine)

Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong slot machine.png
Developer(s): Maygay
Publisher(s):
Platform: Arcade cabinet
Category:
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Release dates
Europe: 1996
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Donkey Kong is a slot machine for arcades, based on the Donkey Kong series, and with artwork based on the Donkey Kong Country sub-series.

Gameplay

The game appears to work as a traditional slot machine, but is branded after Donkey Kong. It was one of multiple arcade machines Maygay produced, based on multiple game and media franchises like Pac-Man, Tomb Raider, Mario, Tetris and lesser known ones such as Mr Do!.

Donkey Kong: Banana Kingdom

Arcade game based on the Donkey Kong franchise running on the Triforce arcade board), by Capcom in 2006. A successor to Donkey Kong Jungle Beat and Donkey Kong: Jungle Fever.

Donkey Kong: Jungle Fever

Arcade medal game by Capcom, based on the Donkey Kong franchise and a successor to Donkey Kong Jungle Beat.

Luigi's Mansion Arcade

Arcade game based on Luigi's Mansion, by Capcom.

Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Arcade Edition

Arcade game based on the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U versions, by Sega.

Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Arcade Edition

Planned arcade version of an upcoming Mario & Sonic game by Sega.

Mario Bowl

Mario Bowl
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Title screen
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Japan: 1990s
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Mario Bowl is a bowling scorekeeper based on Super Mario World from the Mario series, with unique sprites. Screenshots from this software were published in the magazine 64 Dream.[1]

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Mario Kart 64 (slot machine)

Mario Kart 64
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Developer(s): Maygay
Publisher(s):
Platform: Arcade cabinet
Category:
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Release dates
Europe: 1996
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Mario Kart 64 is a slot machine for arcades, based on the Super Mario series, specifically the Mario Kart sub-series and Mario Kart 64 for the Nintendo 64.

Gameplay

The game appears to work as a traditional slot machine, but is branded after Mario and apparently has music and sounds based on Mario Kart 64. It was one of multiple arcade machines Maygay produced, based on multiple game and media franchises like Pac-Man, Tomb Raider, Donkey Kong, Tetris and lesser known ones such as Mr Do!.

Mario Kart Arcade GP

Mario Kart Arcade GP
マリオカート アーケードグランプリ
Mario Kart Arcade GP flyer.png
Flyer
Developer(s): Namco Bandai Holdings
Publisher(s): Nintendo[citation needed]

Bandai Namco Games

Platform: Triforce/Arcade
Category: Racing
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor: Mario Kart Arcade GP 2
Release dates
N. America: October 10, 2005
Japan: November 19, 2005
Europe: 2005
Australia: 2005
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Mario Kart Arcade GP is an arcade cabinet for the Triforce arcade board.

Gameplay

An arcade entry in the Mario Kart series, introducing third party characters as new racers; Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man and Blinky. It includes a Grand Prix and Time Trial mode, as well as 72 new items.

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Mario Kart Arcade GP 2

Mario Kart Arcade GP 2
マリオカート アーケードグランプリ2
Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 flyer.png
Flyer
Developer(s): Bandai Namco Games
Publisher(s): Nintendo[citation needed]

Bandai Namco Games

Platform: Triforce arcade board
Category: Racing
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Release dates
N. America: 2008
Japan: March 14, 2007
Europe: 2007
Australia: 2007
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Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 is an arcade cabinet for the Triforce arcade board.

Gameplay

An expanded version of Mario Kart Arcade GP, with various new courses and items. All characters from the original (including the Pac-Man characters) return in this game, with the addition of new racers Waluigi and Mametchi (from the Tamagotchi franchise).

External links

Mario Kart Arcade GP DX

Third entry in the Mario Kart Arcade GP series, by Bandai Namco Games.

Mario Kart Arcade GP VR

Fourth entry in the Mario Kart Arcade GP series, by Bandai Namco Entertainment

Mario Party Challenge World

Arcade entry in the Mario Party series developed by Capcom, and a significantly altered Western version of Mario Party Fushigi no Challenge World. It is believed this version was never finalised, but versions of it would make it into arcades regardless.[2]

Mario Party Fushigi no Challenge World

Arcade entry in the Mario Party series by Capcom, and the original Japanese version of Mario Party Challenge World. A roulette-style game with minigames, released in 2016.

Mario Party Fushigi no Korokoro Catcher

Arcade entry in the Mario Party series by Capcom. A prize redemption machine.

Mario Party Fushigi no Korokoro Catcher 2

Arcade entry in the Mario Party series by Capcom and successor to the original game. A prize redemption machine.

Mario Party Kurukuru Carnival

Arcade entry in the Mario Party series by Capcom. A prize redemption machine.

Mario Roulette

Mario Roulette
マリオルーレット
Mario Roulette machine.png
Photo of arcade machine
Developer(s): Nintendo (with collaboration of Konami as the manufacturer)
Publisher(s):
Platform: Arcade cabinet
Category:
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Release dates
Japan: 1991
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Mario Roulette is an arcade cabinet released in 1991.

Gameplay

A Super Mario themed roulette. It is based on the title Super Nintendo Entertainment System title Super Mario World and its Bonus Game minigame, but usually (in its intended purpose) requires real money. Medals are used as an in-game currency.

Mario Undoukai

Mario Undoukai
マリオうんどうかい
Mario Undoukai.jpg
Developer(s):
Publisher(s): Banpresto
Platform: Arcade cabinet
Category: Sports, dancing
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Release dates
Japan: 1993
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Mario Undoukai, meaning Mario Sports Festival is an arcade machine in the Mario series aimed towards children.

Gameplay

A machine based on Mario with three relatively poorly documented minigames. These three minigames involve a series of sub-minigames based on the Olympics, while another minigame may involve dancing. The machine uses a dance pad and a single button. Mario and Yoshi are promoted on the design of the machine.

New Super Mario Bros./Super Mario Galaxy series inspired slot machine

Slot machine with Mario characters on the slots, according to a YouTube video

New Super Mario Bros. Wii Coin World

Capcom arcade machine based on New Super Mario Bros. Wii.

Piccadilly Circus Super Mario Bros. 3

Not much is documented about this game, other than the game is © 1991 Konami, and the machine's image.

Super Mario 64 (slot machine)

Possibly a Maygay arcade machine, documented in a video.[3]

Super Mario Attack

A 1996 Banpresto prize redemption arcade machine based on Super Mario World.

Super Mario World (arcade)

Arcade "roll-down redemption" game based on Super Mario World, by Fabtek, Inc in 1993.

Super Mario World: Bowser Taiji

Arcade game featuring Bowser, released in 1993.

Super Mario Bros. (pinball)

Super Mario Bros.
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Developer(s): Gottlieb
Publisher(s):
Platform: Arcade cabinet
Category:
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Release dates
N. America: April 25, 1992
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Not to be confused with Mario Pinball Land.

Super Mario Bros. (pinball) is an arcade cabinet released in the Americas in 1992.

Gameplay

A Mario themed pinball machine with the aim of rescuing Princess Peach with a special Dot Matrix Display screen (similar to many video game consoles). In order to rescue Princess Peach, Mario must destroy seven castles by spelling the words "SUPER". Once completed, the player may enter their name and highscore.

Super Mario Fushigi no Janjan Land

A 2003 Capcom medal game, with references to Super Mario Bros. 3.

Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party

A 2004 Capcom game based on Mario Party 5.

Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party 2

A 2005 Capcom game based on the Mario Party series.

Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World

Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World
Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World.jpg
Developer(s): Gottlieb
Publisher(s):
Platform: Arcade cabinet
Category:
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Release dates
N. America: June 1992
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Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World is an arcade cabinet.

Gameplay

This game is a pinball machine similar to Super Mario Bros. (pinball). Gameplay involves clearing eight worlds while defeating a Koopaling for the first seven worlds and Bowser for the last world, making it similar to Super Mario Bros. 3.

Super Mario Kart DokiDoki Race

1994 arcade Mario Kart game by Banpresto (source)

Super Mario World no Popcorn Hanbaiki

Arcade presumably popcorn based Mario arcade machine by Banpresto (source)

Terebidenwa: Super Mario World

Mario prize redemption machine, released in 1992 (according to this source).

Game Boy Color games

Jaguar Machine Sashi Senyou Soft: Mario Family

Jaguar Machine Sashi Senyou Soft: Mario Family is a game in which players can sew Mario characters on to fabric with a Game Boy compatible Jaguar sewing machine (JN-2000 with the EM-2000 attachment).

Wario Pool

Wario Pool intro mockup screenshot by Nick Pelling

Wario Pool was a Wario series Game Boy Color billiards game in development by a British team (Aardvark Software?)) involving Nick Pelling, Jeff Ferguson. It was officially shown to Nintendo but was rejected.[4] However, the game would later become a title known as 3D Pocket Pool.[citation needed]

Phillips CD-i games

Hotel Mario

Boxart of Hotel Mario.

Hotel Mario is a video game released for the Philips CD-i in 1994. Although it uses characters from the Super Mario series, Nintendo was not directly involved in the development of the game; the game was instead developed by Fantasy Factory. After a failed deal between Nintendo and Philips to create a CD-based add-on for the SNES; as part of the deal, Philips were given the rights to create games based upon five of Nintendo's characters for the console.

Blurb

Bowser has taken over the Mushroom Kingdom,—he's captured Princess Toadstool and is holding her in one of the seven hotels in the kingdom. Only you and Mario can free the Princess but you'll have to battle Koopas, Parabombs, Banzai Bill, Spiney, Monty, Pat the Bat and other nefarious nasties!

Story

Mario and Luigi travel to the Mushroom Kingdom to attend a picnic Princess Peach invited them to, but instead they find a letter from Bowser. The letter tells them that Bowser and his seven Koopalings have taken over the Mushroom Kingdom and kidnapped Peach, who is being kept as a "permanent guest" at one of the seven hotels created by the Koopalings. In the end, Mario and Luigi rescue the princess after going through all the hotels.

Gameplay

The player as Mario must travel through each of the seven Koopa hotels, clearing each stage by closing all of the doors on-screen within the time limit. Enemies come out of the doors, and may also reopen closed doors. Multiplayer is also available, in which the second player plays as Luigi.

Technical details

Technical details
Media: "Green Book" multimedia disc
Input / compatible controllers: Philips CD-i controller


Mario Takes America

Cancelled game planned to be developed by Cigam.

Super Mario's Wacky Worlds

Cancelled platformer Mario game developed by NovaLogic, with leaked prototypes in circulation.

MS-DOS

Mario's Early Years! CD-ROM Collection

Compilation CD of Mario's Early Years! Fun with Letters, Mario's Early Years! Preschool Fun, and Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers.

Mario's Early Years! Fun with Letters

Educational Mario literacy game by The Software Toolworks (Mindscape).

Mario's Early Years! Preschool Fun

Educational Mario game by The Software Toolworks (Mindscape) with shape, counting, literacy, listening exercise.

Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers

Educational numeracy Mario game by The Software Toolworks (Mindscape).

Mario's FUNdamentals

Educational Mario compilation game by Interplay Entertainment Corporation. Originally Mario's Game Gallery.

Mario's Time Machine

Released by Radical Entertainment originally in 1993, as an edutainment Mario game. It was also released on SNES, NES.

Mario is Missing!

An edutainment Mario game by The Software Toolworks and published by Mindscape, starring Luigi after his brother Mario has disappeared. It was also released for SNES, NES, MAC.

Mario Teaches Typing

Released by Interplay Productions. It is a 1992 Mario edutainment title that teaches player how to type.

Mario Teaches Typing 2

Released by Interplay Productions in 1996. The sequel to Mario Teaches Typing, with new features.

Super Mario Bros. & Friends: When I Grow Up

A digital Mario series coloring book. Developed by Brian A Race, Inc. and published by Merit Software

Super Mario Bros. Print World

Mario printing software developed by Codesmith, Inc. and published by Hi Tech Expressions in 1991. Also released for Commodore 64.

NEC

Donkey Kong 3: Dai Gyakushu

1984 HudsonSoft title similar to Donkey Kong 3.

Mario Bros. Special

1984 HudsonSoft title similar to Mario Bros..

Punch Ball Mario Bros.

1984 HudsonSoft title similar to Mario Bros..

Super Mario Bros. Special

1986 HudsonSoft title similar to Super Mario Bros. but with new levels and a screen change scrolling mechanic more primitive than the original automatic scrolling mechanic.

Windows

Super Mario Collection Screen Saver

Mario screensaver software by Yutaka for Windows 3.1, 95, or 98, released in 1997.

Super Famicom/Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Yoshi's Cookie (Super Nintendo)

Bullet-Proof Software was the developer and the publisher of Yoshi's Cookie on the Super Nintendo. Indeed, Nintendo gave them the rights of publication for this game. For the NES and Game Boy version of Yoshi's Cookie, TOSE was the developer and Nintendo was the publisher.

Yoshi no Cookie: Kuruppon Oven de Cookie

A special version of Yoshi's Cookie developed by Bullet-Proof Software and released in association with National Human Electronics (Panasonic) to promote the "Kuruppon" oven. Only 500 copies were released.

Dedicated console

Super Mario Race

Super Mario Race
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Developer(s):
Publisher(s): Mani Industries
Platform: Dedicated console
Category:
Players:
Predecessor:
Successor:
Release dates
Japan: 1995

A "Game Boy LCD Wrist-GameWatch" Mario racing game (not an official Game Boy or Game & Watch product). It's a little like The Legend of Zelda Game Watch.


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Main series
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Donkey Kong (G&W) • Donkey Kong Jr. (G&W) (II) • Donkey Kong 3 (G&W) Donkey Kong (Game Boy)

Donkey Kong Country series

Donkey Kong Country • Diddy's Kong Quest • Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! • Donkey Kong 64 • Donkey Kong Country Returns (3D) • Tropical Freeze Donkey Kong Land • Donkey Kong Land 2 • Donkey Kong Land III

DK series DK: King of Swing • DK: Jungle Climber
Mario vs. Donkey Kong series Mario vs. Donkey Kong (NSW) • March of the Minis • Minis March Again! • Mini-Land Mayhem! • Minis on the Move • Tipping Stars • amiibo Challenge
Other main games Donkey Kong Jungle Beat
Other games
Donkey Konga series Donkey Konga • Donkey Konga 2 • Donkey Konga 3
Racing games Diddy Kong Racing (Pro-Am 64) • Donkey Kong Barrel Blast
Other games

Donkey Kong Jr. Math  • Donkey Kong Circus  • Donkey Kong Hockey  • Donkey Kong: Jungle Fever  • Donkey Kong: Banana Kingdom  • Picross NP Vol. 8

Main series
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Donkey Kong Classics  • Donkey Kong Jr. + Jr. Math Lesson  • Classic NES Series: Donkey Kong  • e-Reader: Donkey Kong-e • Jr.-e • 3-e

Donkey Kong Country series Donkey Kong Country (GBC) • Donkey Kong Country (GBA) • 2 (GBA) • 3 (GBA)
Other games

Diddy Kong Racing DS  • New Play Control! Donkey Kong Jungle Beat

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