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Hi, I'm DeepFriedCabbage, a person who likes Nintendo a lot, maybe too much. I've been mostly known for liking the Mario series, but I like other franchises too, especially Kirby and Pikmin. My first Mario game was Mario Kart Wii, which I got for Christmas in 2008. My Mario obsession has grown larger and larger as time has gone on!

I also have a sandbox that I use for stuff.

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My flooded to do list:

  • Update this To-Do List.
  • Create articles on the Super Mario Party gems.
  • Expand Dr. Mario World content:
    • Create articles on the worlds.
    • Fill out the doctors and assistants table.
    • Track down and add artwork.
    • Add sections for the game's assistants (that aren't already there). (Last added: Spike)
    • Add statistics tables from this game.
  • Get Big Polterpup split from Polterpup (species).
  • Add profiles from digital manuals, websites, etc., including, but not limited to:
    • Super Mario Odyssey Prima Guide
    • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Starter Guide
    • Super Mario 3D Land Prima Guide
    • Paper Mario Sticker Star Prima Guide
  • Merge all the Yoshi colors' galleries into Gallery:Yoshi (species).
  • Fill out List of Wario: Master of Disguise quotes
  • Merge Gallery:Mario Kart Wii trading cards with List of Mario Kart Wii trading cards, and upload scans of the cards I have.
  • Get Fast Snake Block and Big Snake Block split from Snake Block.
  • Get Fast Lava Lift split from Lava Lift.
  • Upload all the images we missed from each game's website, using inspect element.
  • Whatever else I didn't add here.

If you want to help me with something I already started, let me know before doing so. If you just jump in without me knowing, that really messes up my organization.

I also recommend letting me know if you're going to do a project that I haven't started.

I've been really inactive on this wiki recently, so ignore the crossed-out messages above and feel free to start any of these projects. I'll check if any of these are done before getting back into them.

Projects that can't really be "finished" right now

  • Add Tweets from the Dr. Mario World Twitter (Last added: Dr. Dolphin)


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Mario/Smash-related amiibo I own

Game Reviews

When I first came to the wiki, I put a list of Mario games I have here and what I think of them. This section is now incomplete and likely to be outdated because I've really neglected updating it. Feel free to use this format for your user page.



10/10 9/10 8/10 7/10 6/10 5/10 4/10 3/10 2/10 1/10 0/10
Outstanding Excellent Great Good OK Average Bad Terrible Garbage Abysmal Shovelware


Green Shell Coin Super Mushroom Fire Flower Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Cannot be completed Not completed Main game completed In process of 100% completion Completed 100%


Game Pros Cons Rating Completion
NES Games
North American box art for Donkey Kong on the Nintendo Entertainment System
Donkey Kong
A good port of the classic arcade game that started it all.
Where is the Pie Factory??

The game is incredibly short, but this is expected.
Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Completed all levels in Game B.
North American box art for Donkey Kong Jr. on the Nintendo Entertainment System
Donkey Kong Jr.
Another game that ported smoothly.

They didn't remove any levels this time!
The game is too short, but again, this is expected.
Super Mushroom
Completed all levels in Game A.
North American box art for Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System
Mario Bros.
This is the game that introduced Luigi!

Interesting gameplay.

I like the few other characters this game introduced.
The game doesn't really have a lot to it...
It gets repetitive after a while.
Green Shell
This game goes on forever...
No, really, it does.
Wrecking Crew
Although the only thing that makes this a Mario game is...Mario, the gameplay is interesting.

Plenty of levels.

There's also a level editor! I couldn't get it to work, but it's still neat that it has it.
Like I said, the only thing that makes this a Mario game is Mario.

I can get stuck in a level if I'm not careful enough.
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Super Mario Bros.
The game that REALLY started it all!

Levels are well-designed.

The game's physics aren't perfect but good.

Warp Zones make up for the lack of a save feature.
There's not very much variety with the level themes.
Ran out of lives at World 8-4.
North American box art for Super Mario Bros. 2
Super Mario Bros. 2
Four characters that play differently adds more variety!

This game has some interesting level concepts, such as World 3-2 or World 7-2
This game is just a reskin of Doki Doki Panic, but who cares?
North American box art for Super Mario Bros. 3
Super Mario Bros. 3
Now there are world maps to explore!

New power-ups are good and original.
Why is there no save feature?

Some levels are annoying and/or badly made, like 6-5.
Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Completed every level.
North American box art for Dr. Mario on NES
Dr. Mario
It's a solid puzzle game with unique gameplay.
I feel like this game's biggest selling point was having Mario in it.
North American box art for NES Open Tournament Golf
NES Open Tournament Golf
It's a solid golf game for the NES?
The game is very confusing at first.
North American box art for Yoshi on the Nintendo Entertainment System
The gameplay is clever, even if it's not as good as Dr. Mario.
The game doesn't really have a lot to it.
Green Shell
North American box art of Wario's Woods for the Nintendo Entertainment System
Wario's Woods
I like the one-time characters introduced in the story mode.
The game is overly easy at the start.
Actually, it's so boring at the beginning I didn't even bother to get any farther.
Game & Watch Game
Boxart for Super Mario Bros. for Game & Watch
Super Mario Bros.
This game fits well with the Game & Watch's limitations!

It had a lot of levels by its system's standards.
Autoscrolling levels are not fun after a while,
especially when the layout keeps looping.
Ran out of lives at World 2.
SNES Games
North American box art for Super Mario World
Super Mario World
This game introduces the Cape Feather and Yoshi!

There are a lot of secrets to uncover, and many different paths to take.
Every boss except Bowser was just too easy.
Fire Flower
Found ALMOST every exit.
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Super Mario Kart
This is the game that started the Mario Kart Series!

Items are introduced here, which set the game apart from other racing games.
There's not much variety with the course themes.

Overall, this game has not aged very well.
Didn't get past the 100cc Flower Cup.
North American box art for Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong Country
This game has so much more to it than just graphics!
It still looks fine today. At least, I think so.

This game is challenging for the reasons it should be.

Great soundtrack.
Some of the bonuses are a pain to find.

Every boss except King K. Rool is too easy.
Super Mushroom
Beat King K Rool.
North American box art for Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
This game took the first game and expanded upon it.

This is even more challenging than before, but still for the right reasons.
The bosses are actually a threat now.

Soundtrack is great, as always.
Donkey Kong is not playable, but it really doesn't matter to me at all.
Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Got every DK Coin and completed Krocodile Kore.
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars boxart
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
I like the story, characters, and cutscenes.

Great locations.

Art style is interesting.

I love the soundtrack.
The battle system isn't great.
It seemed really generic with just Mario. The game picked up when Mallow joined.
Still, even with all the characters, battling is fun at first, but gets repetitive after some time.
Super Mushroom
Defeated Smithy. Also did quite a few sidequests...
Game Boy Games
North American box art for Alleyway
It's an average clone of breakout with Mario shoehorned in.

Interesting gimmicks.
The ball-bouncing physics could be better.

The game keeps pulling off the same gimmicks.
Every three levels is just the same layout each with the same gimmicks.
North American box art for Super Mario Land
Super Mario Land
This game introduced many new things
(that were never used again).
Wonky physics.

Superball Mario is just a crappy version of Fire Mario.

There is no save feature, so if you unlock the level select feature, resetting the game makes it disappear.
Ran out of lives at World 4.
North American box art for Dr. Mario on Game Boy
Dr. Mario
Same as NES version
Same as NES version

The color is gone.
North American box art for Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
I like the interconnected world map.

This game also introduced many new things
(that were also never used again)
Rabbit Mario is good, but could have been better.
Didn't get past Wario's Castle.
Game Boy Color Game
North American box art for Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
A good port of the original game that adds a lot of new things.
My favorite is the You VS. Boo stages.
This game sometimes suffers from screen crunch.
Nintendo 64 Games
North American box art of Super Mario 64.
Super Mario 64
This classic brought Mario to the third dimension!

I like that this one is more of an open world game.

The areas' themes and layouts are great.
Bad camera controls. (Expected)
Couldn't beat Bowser's final encounter.
North American box art for Mario Kart 64
Mario Kart 64
An improvement from the first installment.

The courses are great!

Battle mode is even better now!
Rainbow Road is way too long with 3 laps.
This was fixed in Mario Kart 8.

Barely any unlockables, but this is expected.
North American box art for Mario Party 2
Mario Party 2
Great Board game-style play!

Unique boards.

Good minigames.

I think this has the best soundtrack of the Mario Party games.

I like that the characters have their own costumes for each board.
The Abandon Ship minigame is too broken.

21 of the game's 65 minigames are reused from the first game,
but it doesn't really matter because good ones were chosen.
North American box art for Paper Mario
Paper Mario
Introduced a unique cast of characters.

The plot may have involved stopping Bowser again, but the Mario World feels much more alive and there is more to save than just Peach.

Good battle system.
The final battle with Bowser is frustrating and annoying.
So is the Forever Forest.
Super Mushroom
Beat Bowser.
Game Boy Advance Games
Super Mario Advance 3 Box Art.jpg
Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island
This remake did a good job...well, remaking the original version.

The game offers a fair challenge in the last few worlds.
The sound quality is worse, but this is common with the gba remakes.

Actually, I only got this because the SNES version is not in the Eshop.
Super Mushroom
Beat Baby Bowser.
North American box art of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
One of the best GBA games out there

The characters, plot, battle system, and soundtrack are all great.

This game is also known for its funny cutscenes!
Sonetimes, it's easy to get lost.

The game doesn't really make it clear how to get advanced bros. attacks.
It seems like it just...happens.
Got stuck on Cackletta's Soul because I was too under-leveled.
GameCube Games
Luigi's Mansion boxart
Luigi's Mansion
This game introduced E Gadd and King Boo!

I like the new plot.

The Mansion has so much to explore!
The game is way too short.

The Hidden Mansion is nothing special, outside of Europe.

I hate it when a Boo goes into a locked room.
Super Mushroom
Beat King Boo.
North American box art for Super Mario Sunshine.
Super Mario Sunshine
F.L.U.D.D. is a great game mechanic.

Each area is interconnected, making Isle Delfino seem more like a world.

The water graphics look great.
Some levels are painfully difficult.

Not every stage's mission can have an 100 Coin Shine appear.

Glitches in games are usually fun, but sometimes this game gets broken as heck.
Fire Flower
Beat Bowser. Got some more Shines and Blue Coins afterward.
America box art
Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
I love the two-character kart gameplay!

Special items add strategy to choosing characters.

The character roster and track selection is excellent.

The Battle Mode is at its best in this game.
Bob-omb Blast is my favorite one!
There could have been more battle stages, but what there is is still good enough.
Got stuck on the Mirror Special Cup.
North American box art for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door
Great plot.

Once again, I really like the cast of characters.

This game's combat improved from the previous game!

A lot of the worlds are creative, in terms of setting.
Finding General White is NOT FUN.
The same goes for a lot of troubles in the Trouble Center.
Generally, a number of parts of this game are very tedious.
Super Mushroom
Beat the Shadow Queen on my first try. Didn't complete the Pit of 100 Trials.
Nintendo DS Games
Super Mario 64 DS
A well-done remake!

There are now 150 Stars to get!

4 different characters can be used.

The minigames are a lot of fun!
A 3D game with a control pad doesn't work well, but I played this on my 3DS so it's not much of a problem for me.

Switching characters is not only annoying, but also sometimes pointless.
Super Mushroom
Beat Bowser.
The North American Boxart for Mario Kart DS.
Mario Kart DS
The tracks are great, as usual.

Mission Mode is outstanding!

I like the Kart designs.
Battle mode requires having a timer.

Bad graphics. (expected)
Fire Flower
Unlocked everything. Completed every mission, but didn't get 3 stars on all of them.
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
The story took an unexpected, darker turn.

This game also has great new characters.
The combat is good too.
And the Soundtrack.

The locations are easy to navigate.
Bros. Items don't work nearly as good as Bros. Attacks.
Super Mushroom
Defeated Shrowser.
Box art of New Super Mario Bros.
New Super Mario Bros.
Felt new at the time.

This game is challenging when it needs to be.

I like the new bosses' designs.

Mario Vs. Luigi mode is a ton of fun.
Minigames return!
This game started a trend where later games in the sub-series became extremely generic.

The bosses are too easy.

Not much variety in power-ups.
Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Got every Star Coin and found all secret exits.
North American boxart for Mario Hoops 3-on-3
Mario Hoops 3 on 3
This game put a great Mario Twist™ on Basketball!

Good character roster.

I like the amount of unlockables.

A lot of the courts are unique, too.
Some moves require the touch screen.

The criteria for unlocking Black Mage is asking for too much.
North American box art for Yoshi's Island DS
Yoshi's Island DS
More babies mean more possibilities!

This game offers a good challenge through the second half.

The graphics are nice.
At least the environments are.
The sound design isn't all that great.

Having to switch to certain babies for certain things can be annoying.
Super Mushroom
Beat Bowser.
North American box art for Wario: Master of Disguise
Wario: Master of Disguise
Good characters and plot.

Dialogue and treasure descriptions are entertaining.

Great, underrated soundtrack.

The gameplay felt kind of fresh at the start...
...But it was all downhill from there.
Many parts of the game are really tedious.
I have to play the same minigames every time I open a treasure chest, which is all the time...

Controls are waaay too focused on the touch screen.
YOU PRESS UP TO JUMP. Do I need to say more?
Fire Flower
Quit at Special Episode Part 2.
North American box art for Mario Party DS
Mario Party DS
My favorite handheld Mario Party!

The minigames and boards are good.

I love that this game has so many collectibles!
This game relies on single player a lot, which is a problem, because it's Mario Party...
Super Mushroom
Completed Story Mode and got all Boss Trophies.
The North American cover of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
Story, characters, locations, and soundtrack are great as usual.
So is the battle system.

Having Bowser as a playable character made for some interesting mechanics.
Some areas felt a bit too long.
Super Mushroom
Beat the Dark Star Core.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games
Solid gameplay.

Adventure mode is the best part of the game.
I like the Snow Spirits.
The game gets very boring outside of adventure mode.

Some parts of said adventure mode are annoying.
Got stuck on King Boo.
Wii Games
Super Paper Mario North American cover art
Super Paper Mario
The story was amazing, probably one of the best in the series.

Four playable characters and many Pixls mean new mechanics.
Locations are memorable as usual.

The change of gameplay (and genre) was implemented very well.
Some chapters have parts that are such terrible design choices or are just not fun.
I have to complete the Flopside Pit of 100 Trials twice.

The Pixls were given such unique (and non-unique) personalities that were only used for when they are first met.
Super Mushroom
Defeated Super Dimentio.
Boxart for Super Mario Galaxy.
Super Mario Galaxy
The story is a nice slight change of pace, and it is presented well.

Visuals are nice.

Creative levels and boss fights.

Soundtrack is outstanding.
This game is a bit on the easy side, with some exceptions.

Super Luigi Galaxy is just the same game again but with a different character.
Fire Flower
Unlocked (but didn't complete) Super Luigi Galaxy.
Mario Kart Wii
This game probably has the best character roster in the Mario Kart Series.

Great race courses and battle stages.

Lots of unlockables!
Battle Mode still requires a timer.
Unlocked every character except Mii Outfit B.
NSMBW NA Box Art.jpg
New Super Mario Bros. Wii
4 Player chaos makes its 2D Mario debut!
And I mean chaos.

The Koopalings make their big return.

Good levels.
This is just too similar to the previous game.

The game isn't as much fun by yourself.
Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Got every Star Coin and found every exit.
Boxart for Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Super Mario Galaxy 2
This game is pretty much an expansion pack for the first game.
There is lots of new content!

Green Star missions added more post-game content.

Visuals, levels, boss fights, and soundtrack are the same quality as the first game.
There is no longer a hub world, just a mostly linear world map.

The game treated itself as Mario's first visit to space, ignoring the first game.
Super Mushroom
Completed the main story. Didn't unlock Green Star missions.
Offical American boxart of Donkey Kong Country Returns.
Donkey Kong Country Returns
Challenging game.

Lots of collectibles to get.

The Tiki Tak Tribe is a nice new set of villains...
...But they're not as good as the Kremlings.

The bonus rooms lack variety.
Super Mushroom
Defeated Tiki Tong.
Nintendo 3DS Games
The North American cover for Super Mario 3D Land
Super Mario 3D Land
I like the new power-ups.

Levels are nice, too.
The game feels like a 2D Mario Game disguised as a 3D one.
This game is not very challenging, either.

Little to no boss variety.

There are no alternate modes; only story mode is there.
Fire Flower
Got stuck on Special 8-Crown.
Box art for the game, Mario Kart 7.
Mario Kart 7
Gliding and underwater sections are a good concept.

This one has the best Rainbow Road, in my opinion.
The other tracks are mostly decent.
Lots of questionable character choices.
(Honey Queen, Metal Mario, Lakitu, no Waluigi...)

Where's the single player VS mode!?
Mario Kart 7/10
Fire Flower
Got at least two stars in every Grand Prix.
North American boxart for Mario Tennis Open
Mario Tennis Open
Solid tennis gameplay.

Good minigames, especially Super Mario Tennis.

QR codes were a nice touch.
Game was very repetitive.

The lack of gimmicks made the courts feel very stale.

The chance shot mechanic turns the game into Simon Says.

Some costumes are a pain to unlock.
The front North American cover art for New Super Mario Bros. 2
New Super Mario Bros. 2
The game is fun.
Coin Rush is also a nice addition.
Pretty much the same as the previous game.

Spamming Coins everywhere means a ton of free lives.
Even outside of that, the game was incredibly easy.

The game focuses on getting 1,000,000 Coins, and all you get is an alternate title screen. Then there's the 9,999,999 Coins reward...

Disappointing bosses, as usual.
Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Five shining stars on my file.
Paper Mario: Sticker Star North America box art.
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
This game sometimes has funny or interesting parts.

Good soundtrack.
The inventory-based combat is flawed, and also pointless due to lack of experience points.

It is very easy to get stuck.
The game is incredibly hard to figure out without a guide, but easier with one.

Every boss is a pushover if you have the right sticker but incredibly hard if you don't.

Not very much NPC variety.

Overall, the game lacks a lot of things that made the other Paper Mario games great.
Quit at Rugged Road.
File:Luigis Mansion dark moon boxart.png
Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
More mansions to explore means more variety!

I like the ghost designs and the plot.

ScareScraper mode is fun.
Mission-based gameplay doesn't feel as open as staying in the mansion in the first game.

The game tends to lazily reuse cutscenes.

Secret Mine's boss.
Super Mushroom
Beat King Boo.
North America box art of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
Characters, enemies, and locations were all creative as usual.

Plot, combat, and soundtrack are also great, which is also usual.

Battling in the Dream World feels new, but still doesn't feel too different.

Giant Battles are even better in this game.

The Luiginary Works are fun.

Hard Mode adds some replay value.
Bowser's Inside Story had more tutorials, but they feel worse in this game because they are more pushed together.

Some areas, particularly Dreamy Mount Pajamaja dragged on for too long.
Super Mushroom
Beat Dreamy Bowser.
Final box art of Mario Party: Island Tour.
Mario Party Island Tour
Fun minigames, especially The Choicest Voice.
The soundtrack is alright, too.
The boards get boring very quickly.
The other modes do, too.

Does Bowser's Tower ever properly end?
Green Shell
Mario & Luigi - Paper Jam - NOA Boxart.png
Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam
This game reveals that the Paper Mario World is separate from the regular one!

Battle cards are superior to badges, in my opinion.

Overworld gameplay and battle system remain good.
Soundtrack is good too.
The game lacks original characters and enemies.
The plot is also a step backwards.

The Paper Toad missions are sometimes fun but usually annoying.
Catching Nabbit is always annoying, especially the last encounter.

I KNOW that a Mario & Luigi and Paper Mario crossover could have been executed so much better.
Super Mushroom
Defeated Shiny RoboBowser.
Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World American boxart
Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World
Same as Wii U version

Now I can make my own Yoshi designs!
Poochy Dash is a nice addition too.
Same as Wii U version
Fire Flower
Beat Baby Bowser in the Boss Tent.
Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure Logo
Dr. Mario Miracle Cure
The solid and classic Dr. Mario gameplay returns yet again!

The Miracle Cure Laboratory™ stages were fun...
...But aside from that, this game didn't add much new stuff.
Super Mushroom
Completed every Miracle Cure Laboratory™ stage.
Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge
Lots of interesting mechanics and levels.
The game relies on amiibo too much. If I don't have them all, I can't beat the game.
Wii U Games
New Super Mario Bros. U North American box cover
New Super Mario Bros. U
I like the interconnected world map.

The fight against Bowser was great, especially compared to how it was before.

Challenge Mode was a brilliant addition.
The game still isn't very new...
Fire Flower
Five shining stars on my file. Didn't complete all challenges.
North American box art for Nintendo Land
Nintendo Land
Lots of fun minigames to play, especially with multiple people!

Plaza decorations make the hub world more interesting.
About half of the game relies on multiplayer, which is a problem for me because I don't always have someone to play with.
Didn't get a star on any of the attractions.
Final North American box art for New Super Luigi U
New Super Luigi U
Luigi actually has gameplay differences this time.

A number of the new levels feel very unique.
I've never liked strict time limits...
...and because of the strict time limits, the levels are much shorter.

Without Mario, if there are four players, one of them has to use Nabbit. I feel like Green Toad or Purple Toad could have been easily added. (Actually, that's a good idea.)
Shaded artwork of a Super Star
Five shining stars on my file.
North American box art of Super Mario 3D World
Super Mario 3D World
4 Player Mario chaos pounces into the third dimension!
And I still mean chaos.

Cat Mario is a good, original power up.

Levels are fun and creative.

The visuals look amazing.

New bosses.
The game still feels like a 2D Mario Game disguised as a 3D one.
Still not much challenge.
Champion's Road's lack of checkpoints makes the level more tedious than hard.

I have to complete every level with every character to get 100% completion.
Fire Flower
Completed Captain Toad's Fiery Finale and Mystery House Marathon, but got stuck on Champion's Road.
International logo for NES Remix
NES Remix
This whole thing is all a very clever idea.
Especially the parts that are actually remixed.
I feel like the full games unedited could have been included too...But, then again...
International logo for NES Remix 2
NES Remix 2
Same as the first one

I like the selection of games here more.
Super Luigi Bros. is also a nice addition.
Same as the first one
North American box art of Mario Kart 8.
Mario Kart 8
Anti-gravity is another great concept to add in.
Gliding and going underwater was implemented even better here.

I like the new items.

Amazing visuals.

The courses are great, too.
The Battle Mode is so terrible and lackluster.

The character roster could have been much better. We don't need Pink Gold Peach, Baby Rosalina, Baby Daisy, and Metal Mario.
Boxart for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Lots of modes makes there a lot to do!

Character roster, music, and stages are great.

Visuals are amazing, like other Wii U titles in this list.

With this out, there's not much of a reason to own the 3DS version...
...Unless you really enjoy the exclusive modes...
...and the two stages that didn't make it into Smash 5.
Smash Tour wasn't all that great. I'd say it's average.

Not everything from Brawl returned.

Not many unlockables.
Final North American boxart for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
A sub-game made into a full game was executed really well here!

Lots of neat ideas and level design.

I like the new characters and enemies, too.
The Special Episode is exclusive to the Switch version.
Fire Flower
Got stuck on Mummy-Me Maze Forever. Can't play the Special Episode, because Nintendo hates the Wii U so much.
North American cover art of Mario Party 10.
Mario Party 10
I like most of the minigames.
The Photo Studio is fun, too.
The stupid car gameplay.

There are only 10 Bowser minigames.

amiibo Party is tedious.
It also takes up all the space on the amiibo used.
Green Shell
North American boxart from Yoshi's Woolly World.
Yoshi's Woolly World
Probably the cutest game on the Wii U.

There are quite a few unique levels.

Soundtrack is good.
Some Stamp Patches are a pain to find.
Fire Flower
Got every Wonder Wool and Smiley Flower, but not every Stamp Patch.
Super Mario Maker box art
Super Mario Maker
An outstanding DIY Mario game!

This game has a ton of course elements, with each one opening up many possibilities.

The game had a lot of updates after its release, adding new stuff and improving the experience.
I have to put up with other people's levels.

There are still many course elements missing from the game.

If a level I upload doesn't get enough stars, it gets taken down.
If it gets taken down, I can't upload it again.

I can't search for courses by name.
Green Shell
Got every Easy and Normal costume. Can't beat Super Expert Mode.
Nintendo Switch Games
North American box art of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Battle Mode was fixed.

It's nice to have Bowser Jr, Dry Bones, and King Boo back.

Double items return, too.
I feel that anyone who has the original and DLC got ripped off.

Almost every character is available from the start. That doesn't really give me a feeling of progression.

Battle Mode still requires a timer.

All of the pros should have been in the original to begin with.
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Super Mario Odyssey
This game lived up to the hype it started.

Lots of great Kingdoms to explore, with a lot to discover.
Exploration is very prominent in this game.

I loved the capture mechanic.
With that, the game didn't even need power-ups.

I like the new characters.

Lots of costumes for Mario to wear, with a lot of references.

Lots of post-game content.

Good soundtrack.
The game even has a music player, which can be activated while playing.

Balloon World was a nice addition.
The main story is too short.

Power Moons that require barely any effort to get are worth as much as hard ones.

Easy bosses.
Fire Flower
Got all Power Moons and Regional Coins...but not every costume.
Boxart for Super Mario Party.
Super Mario Party
Nintendo finally made Mario Party great again!

In addition to Mario Party, Partner Party is also fun.
River Survival and Sound Stage are nice, too.
Challenge Road and Toad's Rec Room were also good additions.

Custom Dice Blocks add some strategy to choosing characters.

Minigames, boards and character roster are great.
Only four boards.

I can't play Party Mode online, only Minigames.

Characters are chosen only at the entrance, I liked it more when it was at each game mode's menu.
Super Mushroom
Got all five gems. Didn't get every sticker.
North American cover art of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
The Ultimate Smash Bros. game, as the name states.

Every fighter is here, even Pichu.

Lots of stages and items.

Classic Mode is improved from before.

The game is overall very polished.
Not every stage is included.

There are less modes, making there less to do compared to SSB4.

World of Light is good, but gets boring after a while.
Spirits are good, but I miss trophies.

Aside from Classic Mode, this game's single player content is weak.
Still a 10/10.
North American box art of Yoshi's Crafted World.
Yoshi's Crafted World
A great successor to Woolly World!

Every level is unique, both aesthetically and in terms of layout and gimmicks.
Each level also has A LOT to look at.

Creative new characters.
The soundtrack was a bit of a disappointment.

The game is kind of on the easy side, with the exception of Hidden Hills.
Fire Flower
Got stuck on Kamek Kerfuffle; Particularly the last part.
Mobile Games
Final logo for Super Mario Run
Super Mario Run
Solid 2D Mario gameplay goes Mobile!
Wait, is that a good or bad thing?

The game offers 24 great levels at the start!
World Star adds 9 more!

There are multiple playable characters, with each one playing a bit differently.

Remix 10 is also fun for quite a bit of time.
The full game is overpriced. It should have been no more than $5.00.

A lot of the game relies on playing Toad Rally several times, which is mostly just playing the same levels repeatedly.

Some Kingdom Builder elements can only be obtained during events.
Some other ones can only be gotten through Remix 10's lottery mechanics!

Friend codes.
Fire Flower
Completed the main story and unlocked Red Yoshi.

My Humongous Userbox Tower

Here's my gigantic userbox tower. Some parts might be outdated, but I'll try to keep it up-to-date. Maybe. (Probably not)

DeepFriedCabbage's Userbox Tower
The Super Mario franchise emblem, from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.
A Big Bandit from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Official Builder Mario artwork, from Super Mario Maker.
NIWA logo with the japanese characters for garden in the background (にわ)
Cheep Cheep in Super Mario Sunshine
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A Nintendo GameCube controller
Artwork of Luigi from Super Mario Party
Artwork of Mario jumping in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
Mario-Kart Global Wi-Fi connection render.
Flag of the United States of America since July 4, 1960. For North American (and sometimes South American) release dates.
A default male Mii.
Artwork of Pink Gold Peach from Mario Kart 8
Sprite of the Emerald Star in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Mario Kart Tour logo
Stool Pigeon
Screenshot of Minus World, a Super Mario Bros. glitch.
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A panel from the comic that started the "Bowsette" meme
This picture is sent to the Wii Message Board once Luigi gets all 121 Power Stars and talks to Mailtoad
A 1-Up Mushroom in New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
Professor Elvin Gadd
Sprite of the Super Appeal badge in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Mario's idle animation from Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam.
King Boo, looking at Luigi from Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
Dr. Mario (Nintendo Power)
Artwork of Dull Bones from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
The Kirby series emblem, from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.
The Pikmin series emblem, from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.
Artwork of a Mushroom from New Super Mario Bros., also reused for the Mushroom in Mario Kart Wii
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Yarn Poochy, for use with Yoshi's Woolly World.
Mario Party 8 artwork: Wario
Mario vs Bowser in New Super Mario Bros.
Artwork of Waluigi, used in Mario Party 8 and Mario Party: The Top 100
Artwork of Wario and Waluigi, from Mario Party 7
Artwork of F.L.U.D.D. in Super Mario Sunshine.
Artwork of Bowser Jr. in New Super Mario Bros.
King Bill
Bowser's Shell in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.
A scrapped item from Super Mario World.
Artwork of Super Dimentio, the final boss of Super Paper Mario.
Princess Peach in a cage
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Master Hand
The Internet Browser preview on the home menu of the Nintendo 3DS
A promotional image for Mario Party 8, used for the game cover
Shy Guy
Mario Artist: Talent Studio
Artwork of an Attacky Sack from Yoshi's Story
Artwork of Bowser Jr. using the magic brush, from Super Mario Sunshine
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Goomba Maker Medal
Koopa Maker Medal
Piranha Plant Maker Medal
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Artwork of Waluigi for Mario Party DS (reused for Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games)
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Mario dancing
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The screenshot of the product, Super Mario Bros. Ice Cream Bar.
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An animated screenshot of a Chomp Chomp.
Artwork of Luigi from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Broque Monsieur’s artwork in Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story.
Lava Bubble
Artwork of a ? Block from New Super Mario Bros.
A Fuzzy from Super Mario Galaxy 2.
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Artwork of Mario on a ledge, from Super Mario 64.
The unused red Koopa Troopa in Super Mario 64 DS.
Dark Fawful bug. Credit to Lemon on Spriters Resource for ripping the image.
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Mr. I's model from Mario Party 8.
Artwork of an Empty Block in New Super Mario Bros. Wii (also used in New Super Mario Bros. 2 and New Super Mario Bros. U)
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