Undake30 Same Game

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UNDAKE30 Same Game Daisakusen Mario Version
Title screen
Developer Hudson Soft
Publisher Nintendo
Platform(s) Super Famicom
Release date ROM Cartridge
Japan Distributed from 1/16/1995 to 2/20/1995
Satellaview Download:
Japan Premiered April 1995[1]
Genre Puzzle
Mode(s) Single player
Super NES:
SNES icon for use in templates. Game Pak
Digital download icon for use in templates. Satellaview soundlink
Super NES:

UNDAKE30 Same Game Daisakusen Mario Version is a Super Mario puzzle game developed by Hudson Soft that was released in 1995 in Japan for the Super Famicom. The game can be controlled with either a standard joypad or the Super Famicom Mouse, and is similar to the card game Monte Carlo. The game centers around a large playing field composed of a random arrangement of Mario heads, Coins, Yoshi Eggs, Fire Flowers, and Super Mushrooms. If two or more icons are connected vertically or horizontally, the player can move the cursor and double-click to make all the connected icons disappear. Now the icons above fall down and the Player can clear even more icons. Also, there is an undo move that allows the Player to take back the last move, and move back as far as wanted. Once the entire grid is clear, the game ends. Like Mario & Wario, the game was only released in Japan, but is entirely in English.

Release format[edit]

The ROM cartridge is a promotional release. It was given to stores to display and to winners of game tournaments as a prize.[2]

A more standard release was in the form of a Satellaview download, which was broadcasted Mondays at 17:30 (5:30 PM) which was accompanied by an UNDAKE30 Radio show starring Sugiyama Kazuko, the voice of Bomberman. This program aired until 1996.



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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese UNDAKE30 鮫亀大作戦 マリオバージョン
UNDAKE30 Samegame Daisakūsen Mario Vāshin
UNDAKE 30 Shark-Turtle Battle Mario Version; 鮫亀 means "Shark-Turtle" but is likely meant as a pun on the English words "same game", referring to the style of gameplay.