I am a teacher: Super Mario Sweater
|I am a teacher: Super Mario Sweater|
|Platform(s)||Family Computer Disk System|
August 27, 1986
I am a teacher: Super Mario Sweater is a Family Computer Disk System game released on August 27, 1986, only in Japan. It was designed to be a sewing simulator. Players would input their measurement sizes and design sweaters, adding pictures of famous characters such as Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Bowser in the process. It was devised by Royal Industries Co. Ltd., a Japanese appliance and sewing machine company. It is the first of two sewing games of the Super Mario franchise, the other being Mario Family on the Game Boy Color.
Royal Industries Co. Ltd. realized that it could profit from a sweater-design program, which led to the development of this game. The company eventually made a real-life version of the game and sold it for 2,900¥ (about $24 in United States Dollars).
Names in other languages
Ai amu a tīchā: Sūpā Mario no Sētā
|I am a teacher: Super Mario's Sweater|
|Italian||I Am A Teacher: Super Mario Sweater||-|
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