Wario may have made more of a name for himself nowadays with his Wares, but we should remember his origins as the scheming antagonist of Super Mario Land 2. And with battle music as fun as this, who would want to forget? Credit for this remix goes to George Diamond on YouTube.
I made one for this series because it didn’t exist yet. Have fun, everyone!
Pronounce the names of the following characters: Mario, Luigi, Bowser, Wario, Shy Guy, Lakitu, Lakilester, Fawful, Starlow, Ludwig von Koopa, Il Piantissimo, Antasma
Pronounce the names of the following game titles: Super Mario Bros., Mario Strikers Charged, Mario Party 5, Mario Kart Double Dash!!, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, WarioWare: Twisted!, New Super Luigi U, Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, Super Mario 3D World
Pronounce the names of the following levels/locations: Isle Delfino, Sirena Beach, Sherbet Land, Dire Dire Docks, Loopdeswoop Galaxy, Dreadnought Galaxy, Electrodrome, Pi’illo Island, Comet Observatory
Who is your favorite character?
A character you’d like to see in the spotlight sometime?
What is your favorite main-series game?
What is your favorite spin-off game?
A game you’d like to see in the future?
Say this sentence in the voice of any character of your choosing: “Life is a game, kid, it’s all about how you play!”
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins occupies a weird place in the Mario franchise because it’s an explicit plot point that Mario is the rightful lord of a domain called Marioland, a fact which has never been referenced before or since. How did Mario gain a landed title? Did Princess Peach grant it to him? Is Marioland a fiefdom of the Mushroom Kingdom? What exactly is the political situation here?
Released: Nov. 11, 2014 Type: Item / Prop Game: Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
This is not just any ordinary carrot. This is the relatively-obscure power-up from Super Mario Land 2 that turns Mario into Bunny Mario and lets him float by flapping his big floppy ears. I was in a creative mood over the weekend and I wanted something quick to make, and I wound up creating this. Naturally, I went a bit overboard on it, hence the high polygon count and second render.
In addition to the Brawl-style texturing, I also made more colorful, solid textures like the kind you see in modern Mario games like Super Mario 3D World, which is what I used for inspiration when designing the model. Even the name “Super Carrot” is inspired by the items in 3D World; the original name of the item is simply Carrot. The shape of the leaves on the carrot are meant to resemble bunny ears or feathers rather than real carrot leaves.