Mario's FUNdamentals

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Mario's Game Gallery
Mario's FUNdamentals
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Mario's Game Gallery box
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Mario's FUNdamentals box
Developer(s) Presage Software, Inc.
Brainstorm Entertainment (Mario's FUNdamentals)
Publisher(s) Interplay Entertainment Corp.
Mindscape (PC version of Mario's FUNdamentals)
Platform(s) MS-DOS (Mario's Game Gallery); Windows (Mario's Fundamentals)
Release date Mario's Game Gallery:
USA February 23, 1995
Mario's FUNdamentals:
USA March 3, 1998
Genre Educational
Rating(s)
ESRB:ESRB K-A.png - Kids to Adults
Mode(s) Single-player, Two-Players
Media
Home Computer System:
Media CD icon.png Optical disc
Input
Home Computer System:

Mario's Game Gallery is a Mario video game released in 1995, and later re-released as Mario's FUNdamentals in 1998. In these games, players can play games like "Go Fish", "Checkers", "Backgammon", "Dominoes", or "Yahtzee". Depending on the game, the player plays against either Mario or Bowser. This is the first Mario game in which Charles Martinet, the current voice actor for Mario, provided voicing for Mario.

Gallery[edit]

Staff[edit]

Main article: List of Mario's FUNdamentals staff

Trivia[edit]

  • In Go Fish, Bowser's name is misspelled "Bowzer".
  • Toad is referred to as "Little Toadie" in the game.

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