History VideoGame / MarioPaint

11th Sep '15 9:15:57 PM ironcommando
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15th Jun '15 1:06:49 AM NoUsername
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''Mario Paint'' (1992) was a painting game for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, featuring Mario. It was the first game to use the SNES Mouse peripheral, and came bundled with it. The game had various activities: making images using brushes, stamps, and patterns; creating animations; creating music (which could be used in the animations); loading pre-defined images to color or edit in any other manner; and creating custom stamps. ''Mario Paint'' also had a well-known minigame called "Coffee Break" (also referred to as "Gnat Attack" in the manual), in which you had to swat flies to progress through the level, going on forever until you lost all of your lives from getting hit by the flies. This minigame would later be featured in ''[[VideoGame/WarioWare Wario Ware, Inc.: Mega Microgame$]]''. It is worth noting that the first animated WebAnimation/HomestarRunner cartoon was animated using Mario Paint. It later got a SpiritualSuccessor, ''VideoGame/MarioMaker''. Any videos of the music-making subgame can go [[Music/MarioPaint here]].
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''Mario Paint'' (1992) '''''Mario Paint''''' was a painting game released in 1992 for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, featuring Mario.UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem. It was the first game to use the SNES Mouse peripheral, and came bundled with it. The software isn't really a game had various activities: so much as an art tool: there's making images using brushes, stamps, and patterns; creating animations; creating music (which could be used in the animations); loading pre-defined images to color or edit in any other manner; and creating custom stamps. ''Mario Paint'' also had a well-known minigame called "Coffee Break" (also referred to as "Gnat Attack" in the manual), in which you had to swat flies to progress through the level, going on forever until you lost all of your lives from getting hit by the flies. This minigame would later be featured in ''[[VideoGame/WarioWare Wario Ware, ''VideoGame/WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$]]''. Microgame$!''. It is worth noting that the first animated WebAnimation/HomestarRunner ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' cartoon was animated using Mario Paint. It later got This game has a SpiritualSuccessor, ''VideoGame/MarioMaker''. few {{Spiritual Successor}}s, such as the ''Mario Artist'' series for the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} Disk Drive, [=WarioWare D.I.Y.=] for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, and ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker'' for the UsefulNotes/WiiU. Any videos of the music-making subgame program can go [[Music/MarioPaint [[AwesomeMusic/MarioPaint here]].

* EasterEgg: On the title screen, clicking certain letters would cause certain things to happen, such as clicking the letter "P" to make grass, trees, and a bunch of other objects appear; or clicking the letter "O" to hear Kazumi Totaka's secret song. [[spoiler:The Starmen that also fly across the screen occasionally also contain one, if you're fast enough to click one.]] * FanRemake: ''Mario Paint Composer'', a PC/Mac expansion of the music creator from the original ''Mario Paint''. * FollowTheBouncingBall: When playing music in the music editor; except with Mario instead of the ball.
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* EasterEgg: On the title screen, clicking certain letters would cause certain things to happen, such as clicking the letter "P" to make grass, trees, and a bunch of other objects appear; or clicking the letter "O" to hear Kazumi Totaka's secret song. [[spoiler:The Starmen The Super Stars that also fly across the screen occasionally also contain one, if you're fast enough to click one.]] one. * FanRemake: ''Mario Paint Composer'', The music maker aspect of the program picked up a few PC/Mac expansion of the music creator from the original ''Mario Paint''. remakes, most notably Mario Paint Composer and Advanced Mario Sequencer. * FollowTheBouncingBall: When playing music in the music editor; editor, except with Mario instead of the ball.

** ''VideoGame/WarioWare DIY'' is a GameMaker app for DS in the style of ''Mario Paint''. ** ''VideoGame/MarioMaker'' is a GameMaker for the Wii U that's directly inspired by ''Mario Paint''.
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** ''VideoGame/WarioWare DIY'' D.I.Y.'' is a GameMaker app for DS in the style of ''Mario Paint''. Paint'' that also includes a music composer and a canvas mode. ** ''VideoGame/MarioMaker'' ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker'' is a GameMaker for the Wii U that's directly inspired by ''Mario Paint''.Paint'', down to the user interface.

* GigglingVillain: King Watinga, if you die while fighting him.
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* GigglingVillain: EvilLaugh: King Watinga, if you die while fighting him.
28th Jun '14 7:44:58 AM lalalei2001
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* DuelingGames: With Sega's ''Art Alive''.
25th Jun '14 6:56:07 AM lalalei2001
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It later got a SpiritualSuccessor, ''VideoGame/MarioMaker''.
23rd Jun '14 9:26:00 PM lalalei2001
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** ''Mario Maker'' is a GameMaker for the Wii U that's directly inspired by ''Mario Paint''.
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** ''Mario Maker'' ''VideoGame/MarioMaker'' is a GameMaker for the Wii U that's directly inspired by ''Mario Paint''.
19th Jun '14 4:22:36 AM totoofze47
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** ''Mario Maker'' is a GameMaker for the Wii U that's directly inspired by ''Mario Paint''.
9th Jan '14 5:22:00 AM DamianYerrick
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Spiritual successor: Or else you will DIY
* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Mario Artist: Paint Studio'', a [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] game for the 64DD, which also came with a mouse peripheral.
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* SpiritualSuccessor: SpiritualSuccessor: ** ''Mario Artist: Paint Studio'', a [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] game for the 64DD, which also came with a mouse peripheral.peripheral. ** ''VideoGame/WarioWare DIY'' is a GameMaker app for DS in the style of ''Mario Paint''.
17th Sep '13 4:18:57 PM Kernigh
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I like 'on' better than 'as'.
** Some screens have a cartoon bomb as the exit button. The bomb button lives in the lower-left corner.
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** Some screens have a cartoon bomb as on the exit button. The bomb button lives in the lower-left corner.
12th Sep '13 2:05:11 PM Kernigh
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* NoPlotNoProblem
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* NoPlotNoProblemNoPlotNoProblem: Just paint anything or compose music.
12th Sep '13 1:55:42 PM CorahsUncle
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Italicizing game titles
Mario Paint (1992) was a painting game for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, featuring Mario. It was the first game to use the SNES Mouse peripheral, and came bundled with it.
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Mario Paint ''Mario Paint'' (1992) was a painting game for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, featuring Mario. It was the first game to use the SNES Mouse peripheral, and came bundled with it.

* EasterEgg: On the title screen, clicking certain letters would cause certain things to happen, such as clicking the letter "P" to make grass, trees, and a bunch of other objects appear; or clicking the letter "O" to hear Kazumi Totaka's secret song. [[spoiler: The Starmen that also fly across the screen occasionally also contain one, if you're fast enough to click one.]] * FanRemake: Mario Paint Composer, a PC/Mac expansion of the music creator from the original Mario Paint.
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* EasterEgg: On the title screen, clicking certain letters would cause certain things to happen, such as clicking the letter "P" to make grass, trees, and a bunch of other objects appear; or clicking the letter "O" to hear Kazumi Totaka's secret song. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Starmen that also fly across the screen occasionally also contain one, if you're fast enough to click one.]] * FanRemake: Mario ''Mario Paint Composer, Composer'', a PC/Mac expansion of the music creator from the original Mario Paint.''Mario Paint''.

* SpiritualSuccessor: Mario Artist: Paint Studio, a [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] game for the 64DD, which also came with a mouse peripheral. * ThemedCursor / WhiteGloves: The cursor is Mario's white glove.
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* SpiritualSuccessor: Mario ''Mario Artist: Paint Studio, Studio'', a [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] game for the 64DD, which also came with a mouse peripheral. * ThemedCursor / WhiteGloves: ThemedCursor[=/=]WhiteGloves: The cursor is Mario's white glove.
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