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Also known as: Mario no Picross (JP)
This game has a notes page
Mario's Picross underwent a few aesthetically fitting changes when the game was released internationally, but didn't sell very well outside of Japan. As a result, the sequel never left Japan.
Located at 0x03C010 is development-credit text. Toshiyuki Ueno is the music composer.
DSEQ APE (C) mcmxciv by Toshiyuki Ueno.firstname.lastname@example.org
Compared to the Japanese logo, the international logo is rather bland.
Puzzle 6C in Easy Picross was changed from a cocktail to a Boo.
Puzzle 7B in Easy Picross was changed from a wineglass to a silk hat.
Kinoko Puzzle 2F was changed from a tsurigane (a type of bell commonly found in Buddhist temples in Japan) to garlic.
Kinoko Puzzle 2H was changed from a kama (a kettle commonly used in Japan for making tea) to a hamburger.
Kinoko Puzzle 4D was changed from tsukimi dango to a unicorn.
Kinoko Puzzle 6H was changed from a beer stein to a crow.
Kinoko Puzzle 7F was changed from a folding fan to an angel.
Star Puzzle 6H was changed from the face of a Nio to a couple of chili peppers.
Virtual Console Changes
Because the game is locked in Game Boy mode, the Super Game Boy borders are inaccessible.
|The Picross series|
|Game Boy||Mario's Picross • Picross 2|
|SNES||Mario no Super Picross|
|BS-X||Tamori no Picross|
|Nintendo 3DS||Picross 3D: Round 2|