Dian Shi Ma Li (電視瑪琍, literally "Television Mary"), commonly nicknamed Mario Lottery, is a rather infamous bootleg for the Nintendo Entertainment System by a bootleg company called Bit Corp. The game is a gambling game which like many Atari 2600 games, uses both controllers. The game is notable for creating Fortran, a bizarre bootlegged sprite of Super Mario, which was reused by other bootleg creators and ended up creating Grand Dad.
PUSH START TO TROPE!
- Captain Ersatz: Fortran is obviously one of Mario.
- Gratuitous English: PUSH START TO RICH!
- No Plot? No Problem!: No plot in this game; it's just a gambling game with a bootleg Mario in it.
- No Name Given: The Mario sprite. The name Fortran was found in the files, unused, and was applied to the sprite.
- Off-Model: Fortran. He has exactly two movement sprites, one for "walking" and one for jumping, making his movement extremely weird-looking.
- Public Domain Soundtrack: A rendition of Ode To Joy plays after each turn.