The Closest Thing To An HD Remake Of Super Mario 64

The original Super Mario 64 was made 18 years ago. But if it was being developed today? It might look a bit like this.

The footage above, which shows a more realistic, modern take on Super Mario 64, is actually a fan-made remake of the original. The project is being developed by aryoksini in the Blender game engine, and while it’s not done you can already see that many of Mario’s signature moves are in place. Pretty cool!

You can stay on top of the game’s development, including in-progress features and crazy ideas that may or may not make it into the final game (like multiplayer and Oculus Rift support), here.

Super Mario 64 Fan Remake – VLog1 – Blender Game Engine [aryoksini]

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