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Super Mario's Wacky Worlds
|Super Mario's Wacky Worlds|
|This game was never completed and/or given a public release.|
As a result of this, keep in mind that the developers might have used or deleted some of the content featured here, had the game actually reached store shelves.
|This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.|
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Super Mario's Wacky Worlds is a cancelled Mario game for the CD-i. Unlike the infamous Hotel Mario, this game was going to be based around the style of Super Mario World but with Earth as the setting. It is an unfinished and glitchy prototype, as enemies cannot hurt Mario, Mario cannot swim, and levels cannot be completed (which means one has to restart the game in order to select another level). Judging by what had been finished so far, it can be assumed that the finished product might have been on par with Super Mario World (and would have hopefully, of course, removed the glitches).
Internal Level Filename
While the internal filenames of most levels are variants of their names on the level select screen (i.e.: Greek 1 is called GREEK1 and Geometropolis 1 is called GEOMETRO), Greek 3 is called ATLANTIS, which is appropriate because Greek 3 is an underwater level.
Many levels were planned but never created and thus have no data whatsoever. Clicking on them in the level select screen does nothing since they do not exist.
- Aztec 1
- Aztec 2
- House 1
- House 2
- Swamp 6
- Village 1
- Village 2
- Village 3
- Village 4
- Village 5
- Village 6
- Sewer 1
- Chemistry Lab 1
Remy Van Vugt's rips of the underwater levels.
While the end of most levels can be reached, the final areas of a few levels (namely underwater levels since Mario cannot swim) cannot be accessed by normal means.