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'''''Super Mario DX''''' ({{Mousetext|马里奥DX|Mǎlǐ ào DX}}) is an unlicensed game for the Game Boy Advance. It is made by [[Sintax]] and uses the same engine as Sintax's other GBA platformers.
 
'''''Super Mario DX''''' ({{Mousetext|马里奥DX|Mǎlǐ ào DX}}) is an unlicensed game for the Game Boy Advance. It is made by [[Sintax]] and uses the same engine as Sintax's other GBA platformers.
   
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The gameplay is identical to Sintax's other GBA platformers and because of that, It doesn't play like a traditional Mario game. You control Mario through 6 levels, collecting coins and fruit. you can attack enemies by jumping on them or shooting fireballs at them without a fire flower.
 
The gameplay is identical to Sintax's other GBA platformers and because of that, It doesn't play like a traditional Mario game. You control Mario through 6 levels, collecting coins and fruit. you can attack enemies by jumping on them or shooting fireballs at them without a fire flower.
   
Majority of the graphics are taken from ''Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2'' and ''Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3''.
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Revision as of 16:18, 16 January 2020


Mario DX
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Title Screen (Chinese Version).
Developer Sintax
Cart ID(s) E12-U8 (English) C12-C8 (Chinese)
Console Game Boy Advance
Date After 2003
Engine Digimon Adventure (GBA)

Super Mario DX (马里奥DX) is an unlicensed game for the Game Boy Advance. It is made by Sintax and uses the same engine as Sintax's other GBA platformers.

Overview

The gameplay is identical to Sintax's other GBA platformers and because of that, It doesn't play like a traditional Mario game. You control Mario through 6 levels, collecting coins and fruit. you can attack enemies by jumping on them or shooting fireballs at them without a fire flower.

A majority of the graphics are taken from Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 and Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3.

Gallery

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