Mario Clock

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Mario Clock
Marioclock.jpg
Developer(s) Nintendo Software Technology Corporation
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo DSi
Release date Japan April 1, 2009
USA June 15, 2009
Europe July 3, 2009
Australia July 3, 2009
China January 21, 2010
Genre Educational
Rating(s)
ESRB:ESRB E.svg - Everyone
CERO:CERO A.png - All ages
Mode(s) Single player
Media
Nintendo DSi:
Media DL icon.svg Digital download
Input
Nintendo DS:

Mario Clock is a DSiWare clock application released in Japan on April 1, in North America on June 15, and in Europe and Australia on July 3, 2009 for 200 DSi Points. This can also be downloadable on the Nintendo 3DS. The alarms can be set to be Mario-related sounds[1]. The clock can either be set to analog, or digital.

There is a small easter egg in the game, which allows the player to jump (whether they're using Mario or Luigi) and collect coins, after every 100 coins, one of the Mario Brothers swaps out with another one, allowing the other brother to collect another 100 coins, and so on. If the analog clock is set, every 100 coins collected, a sprite of Mario or Luigi will appear over one of the numbers starting from 1. When 1,200 coins are collected, the player will arrive at World 8-4, with Princess Peach waiting on one of the brothers. She will thank them, and introduce them to another quest.

The player must also collect Super Mushrooms and avoid Poison Mushrooms. The stage changes for every 15 minutes that pass in real time, with a castle appearing at every hour.

DSi Shop description[edit]

American[edit]

Turn back time and enjoy a bit of classic game play based on the original Super Mario Bros. with Mario Clock. Help Mario and Luigi collect more coins than ever (POW block anyone?) while they run through a variety of stages. Gather enough coins and you'll be treated to another scene bound to bring back fond memories for many. Mario Clock includes both analog and digital clocks that use the system's internal clock or allow you to offset the time however you like. Program up to three alarms (with snooze functionality for those that need it) and assign them a Mario-related sound or use one created in the Nintendo DSi™ Sound application. You'll find yourself thinking "Just a few more coins..." in no time!

European[edit]

With Mario Clock, you'll always have the time wherever you go! Wake up with classic Mario music, or simply use the Nintendo DSi system as a desktop clock complete with a Super Mario Bros. background. You can even make Mario jump, bash blocks and collect coins!

Customise the clock to your liking: choose from analog or digital displays, 12-hour or 24-hour modes, and set up to three separate alarms with different NES-style Mario tunes or use your own saved sounds from the Nintendo DSi Sound application.

List of levels[edit]

  • Grass Lands: A normal grass land with similarity to Level 1-1 of Super Mario Bros.
  • Snow at Night: Snow Lands at night with a dark level design.
  • Coin Heaven: A Coin Heaven with many coins in it.
  • Night Coin Heaven: Coin Heaven at night.
  • Underground: A dark underground level.
  • Bridge Stage: A stage with many bridges and a ground made of blocks.
  • Bowser's Castle: The castle of Bowser with the Bowser Bridges and many coins.
  • Princess Toadstool's Stage: Only appears when collecting 1200 coins in one game.

List of Items, Playable Characters and NPC's[edit]

List of Alarm Music[edit]

Staff[edit]

  • Megumi Kurata
  • Yoshinori Katsuki
  • Masaaki Sugino
  • Taiju Suzuki
  • Tetsuya Sasaki

Media[edit]

Soundx.png It has been suggested that audio and/or video file(s) related to this section be uploaded.

Please upload all related music, sound effects, voice clips, or any videos for this section. See the help page for information on how to get started.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ニンテンドーDSi時計
Nintendō DS Tokei
Nintendo DS Clock
French Horloge Mario Mario Clock
German Mario-Uhr Mario Clock
Italian Orologio di Mario Mario's Clock

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://ds.ign.com/articles/994/994889p1.html

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