1. Are you ready for the Galaxy S20? Here is everything we know so far!

Super Mario?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by WaLkeR, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. WaLkeR

    WaLkeR Member
    Thread Starter

    Will it be possible to run super Mario 3 or an snes emulator at all would be killer. But from what I understand there is limited space internally and this may not be possible.
     



    1. Download the Forums for Android™ app!


      Download

       
  2. toefer

    toefer Member

    You can do both, but for Super Mario 3 you'd want an NES emulator, not SNES (unless you are playing Super Mario All-Stars).

    Look for Nesoid and Snesoid in the marketplace (the regular versions cost money, but there are free "lite" versions).
     
  3. yongzh is a great developer for emulators.
    I've got his GasmeBoid (GBA Emulator) and it's pretty flawless with every game i've played so far.

    the NES is 2.99
    and SNES is 3.49.
     
  4. WaLkeR

    WaLkeR Member
    Thread Starter

    Super Mario 3 is an snes game.....
     
  5. toefer

    toefer Member

    That's news to me. I'm 100% sure Super Mario 3 is an NES game.

    Super Mario Bros
    Super Mario Bros 2
    Super Mario Bros 3.... all NES

    Super Mario World was the first SNES mario.
     

  6. It's a NES game.


    /nerdoff
     
  7. shanelby

    shanelby Newbie

    after you get the emulators how do u get the games:thinking:
     
  8. I've used ** LINK REMOVED **

    Download the roms on your computer.

    Unzip, then upload to your phone.


    *You will need a .bin file to run the emulator.

    I believe you can get it from filefront.
     
  9. sdyoyo

    sdyoyo Lurker

    Love Snesnoid and Gameboid, Gensoid works great too...
     
  10. takeshi

    takeshi Android Expert

    Space isn't an issue. The emulator and ROM's are tiny.

    Even for big games only binaries (which are tiny) need to be in memory. The space hog resources for the app can be on the SD card.
     
  11. Fro

    Fro Newbie

  12. basudec1509

    basudec1509 Lurker

    its really a good game ...


    i purchased it .......


    thanks for the topics of Super Mario Games ..... :D:D:D
     
  13. vido.ardes

    vido.ardes Android Expert

    Please don't post links to ROM sites, or discuss particular places you can download ROM's from.
     
  14. nevermind please delete
     
  15. Poldie

    Poldie Member

    Yeah, I wanted the internet on my phone but it doesn't fit lol why doesn't htc sort it out lol lol if only there was some way for me to find out information on the internet..perhaps google should stop doing phone operating systems and making searching easy lol
     
  16. Diknak

    Diknak Lurker

    How would these games work with no physical keyboard (a la the Incredible)?
     
  17. marvinrock

    marvinrock Well-Known Member

    [​IMG]
    Super Mario Bros. 3 (スーパーマリオブラザーズ3) (also referred to as Super Mario 3 and SMB3) is a platform video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), and is the fifth game in the Super Mario series. The game was released in Japan in 1988, in the United States in 1990, and in Europe in 1991. Development was handled by Nintendo's Research & Development Team 4, led by Shigeru Miyamoto, who directed the game along with Takashi Tezuka.

    The game centers on the quest of Mario and Luigi to save the rulers of seven kingdoms from Bowser, the series' antagonist. The two brothers must travel across eight worlds to restore order to the Mushroom World. It built on the gameplay of previous Mario games by introducing new power-ups that augment character abilities, and established conventions that were carried over to future games in the series.

    Prior to its private consumer North American release, game play footage from Super Mario Bros. 3 appeared in the Universal Studios film The Wizard, which helped fuel the game's anticipation among fans. Upon its release, the game was commercially successful and has since become one of the best-selling video games in the industry. Super Mario Bros. 3 was well received by critics and has been included in numerous lists of top 100 video games. The success of the game resulted in an animated television show based on its elements, and in the game's re-release on later Nintendo consoles.

    From what I understand (could be mistaken as I have a droid) but they have on screen buttons for phones with no keyboard.
     
  18. Leedaddy29

    Leedaddy29 Newbie

    Me personally i find playing all the marios easier on gameboid using the mario advanced 2,3,and four i can play mario world mario world 2 and mario brothers 3. The buttons seem easier to use for me. Plus it keeps all my games under one emulator
     
  19. Poldie

    Poldie Member

    If you've got a Wii there's an app for Android that lets you use the Wii controllers.
     
  20. sophie999

    sophie999 Newbie

    Hey guys,

    I know this is crazy, but it drives me nuts and I need to know... Hopefully someone here knows the answer even though this may not be the most appropriate forum to post my question.

    Here it is. About 9 years ago, (I think in 2002), I worked in childrens clinic, and one day they bought a new game console for the waiting room. It was a brand new latest and greatest at the time. I think it might have been Super Mario, but I do not know. I do not know which game console that was either. The purpose of the game was to browse thru the castle, enter multiple rooms and find something (I do not remember the details now). The game set was a beautiful 3D graphics, not the 2D up/down stairs. There was no jumping or shooting, just browsing, looking around every corner, turning and moving things over to find something.

    If any of you has a clue what I am talking about, please let me know.

    Thanks

    Sincerely,

    Sophie
     
  21. jirka.h23

    jirka.h23 Member

    >sophie999

    It should be Super Mario 64, on android u should be able to run it with N64oid emulator:

    <Link Removed>
     
    sophie999 likes this.
  22. marvinrock

    marvinrock Well-Known Member

    Hey Sophie, my guess from your description is also Super Mario 64 however, that came out in 1996 and in 2002 wasn't the latest and greatest.

    The newest Mario game in 2002 was Super Mario Sunshine

    Either one of those doing anything for you?
     
    sophie999 likes this.
  23. sophie999

    sophie999 Newbie

    Thanks guys,

    I will look at both of them. At least now I know where to look. I know posting links to ROMS here is illegal, but again thanks both of you very much. I will look into both of them and report back.:)

    Sophie
     
  24. jaxx0rr

    jaxx0rr Lurker

  25. darkuni

    darkuni Android Enthusiast

    TOTALLY worth paying for.
     
Loading...

Share This Page

Loading...