Mario's Game Gallery (PC, CD-ROM) Interplay Productions - 1995 USA, Canada Release

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Mario's Game Gallery
Product ID 40421-13088
Product UPC 040421130887
Platform(s) PC
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1995
Publisher(s) Interplay Productions
Category(s) Entertainment, Traditional
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Play five of the world's most popular games with one of the world's most beloved characters. Your family will love playing with Mario in these easy-to-play games for kids of all ages. Play checkers with Yoshi and the Koopa Troopers. Match the pictures in Dominoes. Test your memory with Go Fish. Wake the turtles in Backgammon. Or roll the dice against Mario in Yacht.

Using digitized voice, Mario actually talks you through each game with friendly and encouraging assistance. And with easy-to-read, on-screen instructions and brilliantly detailed graphics, you'll be King of the Game Gallery in no time!

  • Features Backgammon, Go Fish, Checkers, Dominoes, and Yacht- all in one fun-filled package.
  • Original music based on the familiar Mario themes.
  • State-of-the-art voice technology brings Mario to life with phonetic mouth movements.
  • Includes the familiar "Voice of Mario" as he jokes and encourages you to play.
  • Animated sequences to delight and entertain the child in all of us.
  • Recognizable game pieces from the World of Mario. Play Checkers with Koopas and Yoshis and Go Fish with all the familiar faces... or just roll the dice against Mario in a game of Yacht. Every game is custom fit to Mario and his realm.
  • Help-screens available for all the games with on-screen rules and directions.

System Requirements

PC MS-DOS 5.0
Required CPU 386-33
Required RAM 640K
Conventional RAM 580K Free
Req. Hard Drive 7MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Supported Audio Yes
Supported Video VGA
PC Windows 3.1
Required CPU 386-33
Required RAM 1MB
Req. Hard Drive 7MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Supported Audio Yes
Supported Video VGA

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