Super Mario Python Beta Final


Super Mario Python Beta Final

Super Mario Python is an open source, multiplatform and free video arcade game that is inspired by the original Super Mario Bros. created by Nintendo for its NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) gaming console.

At the moment, the game features four levels and works well with the Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. You will need Python and the powerful PyGame library to run the Super Mario Python game.

Unfortunately, the game is not perfect and no new functionality will be added in the near future, so you are free to fork it and continue the work.


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Publisher/Developer: Morp

Release Date: Feb 18, 2014

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