Why Not Play Some Super Mario 64 In Your Browser?

It's Friday, Why Not Play Some Super Mario 64 in Your Browser?

Got a screen your boss can't see? You'll be fine then, just have a spreadsheet or something ready to pull up sharpish.

Developer Roystan Ross has recreated Super Mario 64's first level, Bob-Omb Battlefield, in Unity, meaning you can play it your browser right now if you go here or here.

If that doesn't work you can try one of the downloadable versions on his blog [via DSOGaming]. He created this reworking of Super Mario purely to demonstrate his Super Character Controller, a ready made plug-in for Unity that deals with third-person character movement and controls in-game. "Everything is just as you remember," he says, "except some really minor stuff that nobody cared about like red coins or the Wing Cap or the Big Bob-omb. Replacing them are crowd-pleasers like giant springs and coin blocks."

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This post originally appeared on Kotaku UK, bringing you original reporting, game culture and humour from the British isles.


Comments

    Don't bother playing it in your browser, the servers are full.

    Nobody cared about the wing cap? Sir I think you got that alllll wrong.

    Reposted here... http://mario64-erik.u85.net/Web.html

      Taken down by Nintendo due to copyright infringement.

    and if your workplace is like most dont bother unless for some reason your IT dept have Unity installed.

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