Super Mario 68k

Super Mario 68K TI-89

Introduction
Just like my Worms for TI-89 project, this was inspired by an already existing game that I wanted to re-do.

Super Mario Quest described it self as:
“The begin-all and end-all Mario clone for TI-89 and TI-92 Plus”

But I had a few problems with that. First, the game had been changed to “Space Monkey Quest” and the coins had been changed to Bananas. Also – the graphics, while very Mario-like, weren’t actual mario sprites. They were very similar but ultimately not original.

The Concept
I decided that it should be easy (yeah-right) to recreate all of Super Mario Bros. from NES to the TI-89.

The Project
Just like Worms I came very far and got very close to finishing. Although I never actually reached the size limit, I stopped coding due to external factors. Mainly, I wanted to get away from the computer for a year or so.

Playing the GamePlaying the Game

The PC-Map Editor I wrote for it:

Download:

Source and Executable (zip)

November 22, 2012 at 1:56 am | Code Projects

 

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Daniel says...
WOW. Scaredit is .. i have no words.
Great job man!
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1st September 2015 4:05am
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Alex Bennett says...
LOL!Grin
5th March 2015 5:52am
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Freddy says...
Can you add a download of this game, and the source code?
26th October 2014 7:31am
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