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Dr. Mario 64
|Dr. Mario 64|
Dr. Mario 64 is the fourth entry in the Dr. Mario spinoff series and is also the last Mario game released on the Nintendo 64. It was later ported to the GameCube as part of the Japan exclusive Nintendo Puzzle Collection.
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For the North American version, the character Octo was recolored from his normal black to a bright orange, likely for racial sensitivity reasons. When Dr. Mario 64 was later released as part of Nintendo Puzzle Collection, the traditional color was reverted.