Mini-Mario Factory Game!

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Mini-Mario Factory Game!
Screenshot of Mini-Mario Factory Game!
Publisher Nintendo
Platform(s) Adobe Flash
Release date 2004[citation needed]
Rating(s) N/A
Mode(s) Single player
Media HTML
Input Mouse, keyboard

Mini-Mario Factory Game! was an online Adobe Flash game published by Nintendo to promote the release of Mario vs. Donkey Kong on the Game Boy Advance. It could be played from the official Mario vs. Donkey Kong website.


The game presents the player with the challenge of selling as many Mini-Marios to Toads as possible. The player controls Mario with the left and right arrow keys, which move Mario on a tile-based floor. On the other side of Mario is the interior of a store presumably belonging to the Mario Toy Company. The player uses the up arrow key to have Mario toss a Mini-Mario to the store, which come off of a conveyor belt. Once they are tossed to the store, they are kept inside a tube with a hole on the top. The player then uses the Z key to let up to three Toads into the store. The player then uses the X, C, and V keys to sell the Mini-Mario toys to their respective Toad. In between Mario and the store is Donkey Kong moving on a tile-based floor, and attempts to catch as many Mini-Mario toys in his bag as possible. There are three meters present in the game showing the amount of Mini-Mario toys. The first meter shows the amount of Mini-Marios ready to be shipped or tossed to the store. The second meter shows how many Mini-Mario toys Donkey Kong has in his bag. The third meter shows how many Mini-Mario toys are in stock at the store. If any of the three meters reaches its maximum amount, then the game is ended and the player's score is shown as the amount of Mini-Mario toys they sold.