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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
Like most hacks, the title screen was altered, and Mario starts with 10 lives (unlike 3 in the original). Some of Joe's sprites were also replaced with Mario's. The game was released in 1993 and rereleased in 1996.{{cite}} Like with most Mario bootlegs, the graphics were taken from [[Mario#Super Mario Bros. 3|''Super Mario Bros. 3'']].
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Like most hacks, the title screen and graphics were altered, to incorporate graphics from [[Mario#Super Mario Bros. 3|''Super Mario Bros. 3'']]. Joe's sprites were replaced with those of Mario's. The palettes were not altered, however, and so the colors are noticeably off.
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Mario starts with 10 lives (unlike 3 in the original). The game was released in 1993 and rereleased in 1996.{{cite}}
   
 
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Revision as of 13:23, June 16, 2018

Mario 16
Mario 16 title
Title screen.
Hack of Joe & Mac
Original developer Data East
Console Famicom

Mario 16 is a hack of Joe & Mac and was released on the Famicom.

Overview

Like most hacks, the title screen and graphics were altered, to incorporate graphics from Super Mario Bros. 3. Joe's sprites were replaced with those of Mario's. The palettes were not altered, however, and so the colors are noticeably off.

Mario starts with 10 lives (unlike 3 in the original). The game was released in 1993 and rereleased in 1996.[citation needed]

Gallery

Trivia

  • PCB manufacture code reads 810936C, which translates to September '93.
  • This game was reviewed at Dendy: The New Reality show, with Joe & Mac. Then viewers start to talk if that was original or hack.
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