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What makes Super Mario games so magical? Developers pay tribute to Nintendo’s platform icon

Retro Gamer Issue 203 celebrates the legendary Super Mario series. We put industry veterans including John Romero, Ste Pickford, Chris Sutherland, Derek Yu and Julian “Jaz” Rignall to the test to find out what makes 2D Mario games so special and how the series has affected them. †

Jon Romero reveals how ‘incredible control and sheer variety in eight worlds’ led id Software to release a PC port of Super Mario Bros. 3 for Nintendo, and Ste Pickford’s take on ‘jump over enemies to get them’ deep impression. “Mario. Mechanic told us, “It annoys me when it’s used in other games because it feels like a unique feature of Mario and you’re not supposed to light it up. “

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Additionally, we take a look behind the scenes of some classic games, including Stormlord II, Full Tilt. Pinball and Nosferatu The Vampyre reveal some of the best imported games yet to localize in the West, and find out what Andy Palmer has in store for his third-place finish at the Arcade Club. There’s more fun, including Lemmings, Ridge Racer and Strider 2, so don’t miss it!

The Super Mario series is being celebrated in the latest issue of Retro Gamer, which is out now on all the good newsstands in the UK. Mario fans in the US can subscribe to the digital version of Retro Gamer for just $9 for three songs.

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What makes Super Mario games so magical? Developers pay tribute to Nintendo’s platform icon

Issue 203 of Retro Gamer celebrates the legendary Super Mario series. We quizzed a number of industry veterans, including John Romero, Ste Pickford, Chris Sutherland, Derek Yu and Julian “Jaz” Rignall to find out what makes the 2D Mario games so special and the impact the franchise has had on them.
Jon Romero reveals how “the amazing control and the huge amount of variety in the eight worlds” led to id Software pitching a PC conversion of Super Mario Bros 3 to Nintendo, while Ste Pickford is impressed by Mario’s ‘jumping on enemies to kill them’ mechanic, telling us “it annoys me when it’s used in other games as it feels like a unique feature of Mario, and one that you shouldn’t rip off.”
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Additionally we go behind the scenes of a number of classic games, including Stormlord II, Full Tilt! Pinball and Nosferatu The Vampyre, reveal some of the greatest import games that still haven’t been localised for the west and find out what Andy Palmer has in store for his third Arcade Club venue. There’s plenty more to enjoy, including Lemmings, Ridge Racer and Strider 2, so don’t miss it!
The Super Mario series is celebrated in the latest issue of Retro Gamer which is on sale now in all good UK newsagents. Mario fans based in the US can subscribe to the digital edition of Retro Gamer for as little as $9 for three issues.

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