Super Mario Galaxy Comes To Nintendo DS Thanks To Fan Project
The classic Super Mario Galaxy from 2007 is playable on Nintendo DS thanks to the work of a group of talented modders in their new passion project.
Super mario galaxy is a timeless classic and a historic exclusive for the once popular Nintendo Wii, and now some fans are bringing it to the Nintendo DS. The 2007 original received praise for its intuitive motion controls and imaginative level design that saw Mario leap through one spherical planetoid after another in a quest to save Princess Peach from the evil Bowser again.
Without surprise, Super mario galaxy went down in history as one of the most successful Mario games of all time, winning multiple Game Of The Year awards and spawning an even better-received sequel in 2010. Recently, Super mario galaxy saw new life on the Nintendo Switch as part of September The stars of Super Mario 3D collection alongside other classics like Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sun – although Wii-based motion controls didn’t make the transition.
Now a group of fans take Super mario galaxy to another portable multi-screen Nintendo platform. That’s right, this time it’s about the late and awesome Nintendo DS. As reported by NintendoLife.com, a four-person mod team known simply as Jesse are working on making a faithful port of Super mario galaxy for the DS as a passion project. They’ve been there for a few months and have already posted a video of the âShrinking Satelliteâ level of Hurry Scurry Galaxy in action. As can be seen in the YouTube clip below, the graphics and sound design of the game has been reduced to the reduced capabilities of the DS, but all Super mario galaxy The love of platform players is present and catered for as Mario roams smaller and smaller platforms and collects musical notes on his way to retrieve the ever-elusive star.
Fan-based mods and remakes aren’t new to the world of video games, Super mario galaxy included. For example, a talented fan created a special Wii console in the style of the old GameBoy that played Super mario galaxy in addition to other Wii exclusives like Super Smash Bros Brawl.
Back in the present, this DS version made by fans of Super mario galaxy already looks impressive, capturing the intergalactic reach and planetary gameplay of Mario 2007’s adventure while accommodating the hardware limitations of the DS. It probably won’t end as much as a fun fan project, especially given Nintendo’s increasingly enraged copyright enforcement over the past year or so, but it’s still fun to see in action. and a careful demonstration of the passion and talent of the fans.
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Source: NintendoLife.com, Youtube
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