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Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic)

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Title Screen

Mario's Game Gallery

Also known as: Mario's FUNdamentals (v1.1)
Developers: Presage (original), Stepping Stone (v1.1)
Publishers: MacPlay (original), Brainstorm (v1.1)
Platform: Mac OS Classic
Released in US: 1995 (original), 1996 (v1.1)


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Mario's Game Gallery is a set of five traditional tabletop games that's more notable for being Charles Martinet's first in-game performance as the voice of Mario.

Revisional Differences

Version 1.1 was titled Mario's FUNdamentals, though the game itself remained largely the same.

Company Intros

The game was now credited to Brainstorm and Stepping Stone, the respective edutainment divisions of Interplay and Presage.

v1.0 v1.1
Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - MacPlay MGG.pngMario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - Presage MGG.png Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - Brainstorm FUN.pngMario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - Stepping Stone FUN.png

Martinet recorded new voice clips to accompany the new intro screens:

v1.0
MacPlay,
along with Presage, proudly present:
Mario's Game Gallery.
v1.1
Brainstorm,
along with Stepping Stone, proudly present:
Mario's FUNdamentals.

Title Screen

Aside from the obvious change in the title and its color scheme, both the highlights and shadows of the curtains were made subtly darker.

v1.0 v1.1
Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - Title MGG.png Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - Title FUN.png

About Box

The somewhat off-model Mario was replaced with the one from the title screen, but with more open eyes and a broader smile.

v1.0 v1.1
Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - About MGG.png Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - About FUN.png

Staff Credits

v1.0 v1.1
Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - Credits MGG.png Mario's Game Gallery (Mac OS Classic) - Credits FUN.png
  • The game's title seen in the background was changed.
  • Almost all of the left side's credits were replaced, most notably excising the Help Text section.
  • Aside from the header change, the right side's credits removed Brad Quick from the Special Thanks section.