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Mario is Missing!

Mario is Missing! (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: General, Educational
Developer: Radical Entertainment
More Platforms: SNES

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
07/??/1993
EU
??/??/1993

Reader Reviews

Mario is Missing! review

Reviewed April 25, 2004

kingbroccoli says: "Mario is Missing is a fairly laborious game that plays much in the same vein as the enjoyable Carmen Sandiego series. Despite having Mario's name in the title, you do not get to control the roly-poly plumber at any stage of the game, this time you take control of Luigi (and Yoshi at times as well). Mario has been kidnapped (!) and it's up to Luigi to retrieve Mario, in addition to some landmarks from the capital cities from the world (but WHY?). What is to follow are many different kinds of shen..."
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