Mario no Photopi
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Mario no Photopi (マリオのふぉとぴー Mario no Fotopī, lit. "Mario's Photopi") is a creativity game released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998 exclusively in Japan. The game's cartridge has two slots for SmartMedia cards in the top, allowing for the import of digital photos and other images and for transfer between the cards. This is the first, and currently only, Mario series game to use these type of cards.
The game involves around puzzles that the system constructs from images, utilizing user-generated content. The player can create unique images using Mario franchise-themed artwork, borders, fonts and other graphics included in the game. The layout of the image can become a postcard, name card, poster, or a slideshow.
To advance such layouts, the user can optionally exchange EXIF images with any other SmartMedia device via the two card slots on the top of the game card. Images can be imported into the game from a PC or camera. Completed layouts can be transferred to a personal computer or a printer. Nine optional SmartMedia cards were made separately to use with the game. These cards contain pre-loaded graphics themed after franchises like The Legend of Zelda, Yoshi, and Bomberman.