Match-Up Mario

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Match-Up Mario
Match-Up Mario title screen
Title screen
Publisher Nintendo
Platforms Browser
Genre Puzzle
Mode(s) Single player
Media HTML
Input Mouse/touchscreen

Match-Up Mario is a matching game on the Nintendo Kids Club website.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

The object of the game is to match two tiles with the same image together in the fewest amount of attempts possible. If the player correctly matches two tiles, those tiles will disappear. If the player incorrectly guesses two tiles, they will flip back after the player tries another two tiles. At the end of the game, a window pops up showing the player's score out of three stars based on the number of attempts it took for them to complete the game. There are a total of three difficulty levels: Easy, Medium, and Difficult. In the Easy level, there are twelve tiles, in the Medium level, there are twenty tiles, and in the Difficult level, there are thirty tiles.

The game can be paused at any point by clicking on the PAUSE button at the bottom. On the pause screen, the player can choose to start a new game or resume the current game.

Scores[edit]

Easy[edit]

  • 19 attempts or more
A Star
  • 10 to 18 attempts
A StarA Star
  • 9 attempts or less
A StarA StarA Star

Medium[edit]

  • 29 attempts or more
A Star
  • 20 to 28 attempts
A StarA Star
  • 19 attempts or less
A StarA StarA Star

Difficult[edit]

  • 39 attempts or more
A Star
  • 30 to 38 attempts
A StarA Star
  • 29 attempts or less
A StarA StarA Star

Depending on the score, one of three characters also appears in the same window as the score (only in the desktop version): Bowser Jr. at one star, Diddy Kong at two and a Monty Mole at three.

In-game instructions[edit]

Tap any tile to reveal the picture, then click another tile to find the matching picture. Try to match them all using as few guesses as possible!

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Dutch Mario's geheugenspel[2]
French Jeu de mémoire de Mario[3]
German Mario-Paar-Suchspiel[4]
Italian Trova la coppia con Mario[5]
Portuguese Jogo de Memória Mario[6]
Russian Картинки Марио[7]
Spanish Juego de memoria de Mario[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Match-Up Mario. Nintendo Kids Club. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:10:14 UTC via archive.today.)
  2. ^ Mario's geheugenspel. Nintendo Kids. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:11:38 UTC via archive.today.)
  3. ^ Jeu de mémoire de Mario. Nintendo Kids. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:11:11 UTC via archive.today.)
  4. ^ Mario-Paar-Suchspiel. Nintendo Kids Club. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:11:58 UTC via archive.today.)
  5. ^ Trova la coppia con Mario. Nintendolandia. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:12:13 UTC via archive.today.)
  6. ^ Jogo de Memória Mario. Nintendo Kids. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:12:56 UTC via archive.today.)
  7. ^ Картинки Марио. Nintendo Kids Club. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:16:12 UTC via archive.today.)
  8. ^ Juego de memoria de Mario. Nintendo Kids. Retrieved March 21, 2020. (Archived October 13, 2020, 13:10:01 UTC via archive.today.)