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On This Day in Nintendo History: Mario Paint; Super Mario All-Stars; Yoshi’s Safari; F-Zero X; Pokémon Tretta and more

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On this day (July 14) in Nintendo history…

  • Mario Paint was released in 1992 for the Super Famicom in Japan. In this art tool, developed by Nintendo, you start out with a blank canvas and several tools, such as brushes, spraypaint, filler, eraser and stamps. Use the tools to draw a picture using the SNES mouse, packaged with the game. You can add simple looping animations to your artwork using the animation tool, or compose a music piece to play over the top. When you have put all the pieces together, the result can be saved to the cartridge.

  • Super Mario All-Stars was released in 1993 for the Super Famicom in Japan. In this platform/compilation game, developed by Nintendo, all four NES Super Mario Bros. games are featured: Super Mario Bros.; Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels; Super Mario Bros. 2; and Super Mario Bros. 3. All of the games have been updated with 16-bit graphics and music, plus the ability to save your progress in each of the games.

  • Yoshi's Safari was released in 1993 for the Super Famicom in Japan. In this light gun shooter game, developed by Nintendo, Bowser and the Koopa Kids have attacked Jewelry Land and stolen the 12 Gems. Prince Pine and King Fret send a message asking for help, and so Mario and Yoshi arrive to fight Bowser and return the gems. You move along a set path while riding Yoshi. Using the Super Scope, shoot the enemies from your path and protect Yoshi from their attacks.

  • Arcade Classics 3: Galaga and Galaxian was released in 1995 for the Game Boy in Japan. An action/compilation game, developed by Tose. In Galaga, controlling a starship, the player is tasked with destroying the Galaga forces in each stage while avoiding enemies and projectiles. In Galaxian, controlling a small starfighter, the player is tasked with wiping out the titular Galaxians, who plot to take over Earth and enslave mankind.

  • F-Zero X was released in 1998 for the Nintendo 64 in Japan. In this racing game, developed by Nintendo EAD, a scintillating successor to a Super Nintendo classic, F-Zero X is one of the fastest racers you'll ever clap eyes on. If you were one of the people who got queasy from playing the original F-Zero, wait until you play F-Zero X! Part of the reason F-Zero X plays so well is the game's consistently fast frame rate. Even with 30 hover cars jostling for the pole on-screen, there's never a hint of slow-down.

  • Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber was released in 1999 for the Nintendo 64 in Japan. In this tactical role-playing/real-time strategy game, developed by Quest, featuring a gripping storyline with multiple possible endings, and a genre-defining character class system, this strategic epic has rightly retained its place in the hearts of tactical RPG fans. The game tells the story of Magnus Gallant, a recently graduated officer of the Palatinean Army who is assigned to the troubled southern region of his native land.

  • Dance Dance Revolution Mario Mix (known as Dancing Stage Mario Mix in Europe) was released in 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube in Japan. In this music/exercise game, developed by Konami, calamity in the Mushroom Kingdom – someone has stolen the Music Keys! Mario must recover the keys, before the unstable power of music destroys the entire Kingdom! Strut yourself on the dance mat that's included with each copy of the game; you can shake your thang to over 25 dance-flavoured songs

  • Pokémon Tretta was released in 2012 for the arcade in Japan. This battle simulation, developed by Takara Tomy with Marvelous AQ, focuses on three-on-three Pokémon battles that require special tiles, called Tretta, that depict one of the various Pokémon species in order to play. Unlike it's predecessor Battrio, however, Tretta incorporates searching and capturing Pokémon in various locations. Pokémon caught in-game are dispensed for players to use in other battles, or to add to their collection.

What are you favourite memories of these games? How do you think they hold up today? Hash it out in the comments.

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