Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Game Fun Personality Quiz
|Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Game Fun Personality Quiz|
Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Game Fun Personality Quiz is a personality quiz on the Play Nintendo website. The quiz reveals which paper copy from Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam would be most like the player's own paper copy.
The player has a total of five questions to answer. Each question gives the player four answers to choose from, with their final results depending on what answers they chose. When the player clicks on an answer, they move onto the next question. When the last question is answered, a message pops up giving the player their final results. The player can then choose to either take the quiz again or take a different quiz on the website.
What would you say to your paper copy if you met them face-to-face?
What’s the scariest thing you can imagine?
Where’s your safe place?
What’s the best way to beat foes in battle?
What’s your special talent?
- Your copy is most like Paper Mario!
You always figure out the best ways to rescue your friends from trouble, and you’re brave to boot!
- Your copy is most like Paper Princess Peach!
You’re super clever and resourceful. Plus, you have a fabulous fashion sense!
- Your copy is most like Paper Toad!
Fear makes you shake like a paper leaf in the wind. But don’t worry—no one expects you to do any fighting!
- Your copy is most like Paper Bowser!!
You can’t stand seeing someone who looks just like you, because it means you’re not one-of-a-kind.
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Your copy looks pretty good…on paper
The world of the Mario & Luigi series has been invaded by paper characters! Mario, Princess Peach, and Bowser all have to face down their paper copies in the Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam game. Imagine we all have a paper copy of ourselves lying around somewhere, makes you wonder: Which Mushroom Kingdom paper copy is the most like your own?
A copy of a copy
- Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Game Fun Personality Quiz. Play Nintendo. Retrieved March 15, 2020. (Archived May 18, 2020, 22:59:42 UTC via Wayback Machine.)