The 'Shroom:Issue 109/Fun Stuff
Greetings! I hope you're having a good April. I sure am not, as my nose is exploding from spring allergies. Spring's definitely the worst season. Whoever disagrees can take their entitled allergy-free body somewhere else. (Please don't actually leave.)
Luckily, we've got plenty in store this month! Viper26 (talk) has joined Fun Stuff, making both Crosswords and Word Searches. Welcome to the team! Also check out this month's picrosses, maze, quiz, and whatever Silly Stories is talking about.
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Mario Kart: Double Dash! was my first video game. I played it on my GameCube so early I only vaguely remember. However, the game was so cheerful and smooth to play. It's still my favorite Mario Kart game.
Among the things I recall were the sheer difficulty of Rainbow Road (for a 5-6 year old), and the fact that Invincibility Stars made it actually harder to race on it, dreading getting it from an item box. As my first game, the characters were also very memorable. I still remember not knowing the purpose of Wario and Waluigi, and just asserting that they were "pirates." Even the NPCs added to the cheerfulness of the game.
Today's Guess Who will be dedicated to all characters found in the game, from the most popular racers to the Goombas on the road. Get ready to start guessing!
Well, how did you do? Regardless, thank you for playing Guess Who, and please check back next month with a new theme!
Welcome to Quiz, a place where I... quiz you, on Mario stuff. Now, that Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Nintendo 3DS version) has been released everywhere, I decided to base my quiz off of that. Happy guessing!
Quick question: who is one of the most iconic villains of all time? Why, Bowser, of course. The Koopa King has been around for so long and has been through so much. I think its time to pay a tribute to him by spreading the famous emblem. Whether it's on a flag in his castle or a wretched Bowser Space, when you see this symbol, you know that this Koopa is going to do something wild.
How to play:
A game released in 1992 for the SNES, this was an inspiration game used to create primitive works of art, as well as music, stamps, and animations. It inspired the likes of WarioWare D.I.Y., and has also been used to create decent compositions on the Internet. Today I've created some picture puzzles based on certain parts of the game.
How to play:
I'll see you next month. What will I be doing? It's a surprise!
Welcome to April's Crossword puzzle. This month's theme is The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, because its HD remake for the Wii U came out recently (not because I like the Zelda games). Let's get started, shall we?
Welcome to Word Search. This month's theme is to Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as the 3DS version was released in America and Brazil on March 18, and Europe and Australia on April 8 and April 9, respectively. Time to get searchin' again!