Super Mario Wacky World CD-i

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  1. Sienar

    Sienar Robust Member

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  2. Borman

    Borman Digital Games Curator

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    You can find it on the net pretty easily :eek: I have a copy of it

    Here are some pictures i took in june i think

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  3. Fabrizo

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    Yea, a proto has been on the net for some time. I have it myself, but no CD-I system to try it out on. Ill have to get one some day for playing that plus Mario Hotel and the Three Zelda/Link games.
     
  4. Mark30001

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    Thanks for those images Borman! I have a question: is the gameplay similar to that of Mario Is Missing? For example, the enemies would walk right past you and would not hurt you.

    I would've bought a CDI system from one store, but I wasn't sure if it was the actual CDI system capable of playing the games.
     
  5. Borman

    Borman Digital Games Curator

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    Nope, dont think so. But the game is far from complete. When you jump on teh guys, im pretty sure they just disappear. You can fall right through the water to a platform underneath. Enemies just bump into you, and theres only a few songs. Most levels are really far from being done, warp pipes dont work, among many other things. It does show off some really nice things though of what would have been, especially the reflections in the water and the vibrant colors
     
  6. d4s

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    yeah, framerate is somewhat choppy, too.
    there really isnt much more to the game than the screenshots you can find everywhere.
    you can run around, but i wouldnt call it a playable game.

    if someone wants to try it out, i'd be willing to sell my cdi.
    cd-rom drive is refurbished and works like a charm (something you dont see often nowadays with cdi units).
    the shipping will probably be kinda expensive, its heavy and about the size of a vcr.
     
  7. Szczepaniak

    Szczepaniak Robust Member

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    http://www.cdiemu.org/

    Try this emulator. It needs registering, but the free demo will run the SMWW iso that's floating around. It works for me. Though I've never bothered to register.

    Seeing as you helped me out in the past Fabrizo, if you have troubling getting hold of the system ROM for the emu, drop me a PM. It should make a nice addition to your collection. :thumbsup:
     
  8. Borman

    Borman Digital Games Curator

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    I think he may have it on his FTP already, for some reason i remember seeing it.

    I would never pay for an emulator when a system can be had for the same amount or less (I know youre talking about using the free one, but still:p)
     

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