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Old 29th April 2012, 03:31 PM
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Mario (NES) + Portal

This game is amazing and for some reason I can't pull myself from it. I t has all the original levels of Super Mario from the NES, with the added bonus of having a portal gun, then there is a level set with portal-esque levels, your own map editor, customizations, up to four player co-op, and other random add-ons.

http://stabyourself.net/mari0/
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Old 29th April 2012, 08:39 PM
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Re: Mario (NES) + Portal

There goes my Sunday evening - good job I wasn't planning on doing anything useful!

Have you tried "xgalaxy" from the Fedora repository? Excellent Galaxian clone for those who still have fond memories of the early arcade games... or just still have memories, for that matter!
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