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Revision as of 15:34, 16 January 2022

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Screenshot of the tech demo.

Status: Lost

When Nintendo released the Virtual Boy in 1995, they intended to release a full-fledged platformer starring Mario for it. A tech demo of VB Mario Land (originally known as Mario Adventure) was shown at Winter CES 1995, featuring the first level. It was a 2D platformer like previous Mario games, but it also featured top-down view dungeons in a similar manner to The Legend of Zelda.[1] Judging by some in-game artwork, Wario would have been the antagonist.

The game ended up being canceled, probably due to the Virtual Boy's critical and commercial failure.

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Demo filmed on video camera at WCES 1995 in Las Vegas.


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