Super Mario 64 Online Can be Played by 24 Players Together

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Mario and Luigi can never be forgotten! Super Mario has been one of the highly influential games that were played back in 1980’s. Its success had Nintendo port it all its major gaming consoles. Nintendo also released Mario themed limited editions on its 25th anniversary. The game hasn’t yet been forgotten. Released back in 1996, Super Mario was a video game to be played by a single player launched for Nintendo 64.

Modifications lately made it possible for two players to play the game. The DS version lets four players play the Battle Mode which is available only for Windows PC users.

Super Mario 64 Online Can be Played by 24 Players Together
Super Mario 64 Online Can be Played by 24 Players Together

To make it even better a new modification in ROM has enabled up to 24 players to play the game online. Players can punch and kick each other throughout the game to make their way through.

The Super Mario 64 is a project by Melonspeedruns, KazeEmanuar, and Marshivolt and built atop the Super Mario 64 ROM lets players connect online and select one character from the Mushroom Kingdom. They can play the game as they wish to such as have a giant royal battle, clear different stages of the game or even have speed run races.

Super Mario 64 is not the first game based on Nintendo that has been made fun to play. There was Pokemon Uranium on which its developer spent nine long years to create it. Pokemon Prism was also a wonderful development which although was not rolled out but people got to play the pirated version of it because it was leaked.

However, the point is will Nintendo take Super Mario 64 down just like it asked to do so for the games mentioned above.

The die-hard gamers will definitely find all the required means that would have them play the game that they love to.

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