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Dr. Mario video review. Classic Game Room reviews DR. MARIO for Nintendo Game Boy from 1990, a Nintendo produced puzzle game for Nintendo Gameboy It's Tetris meets the back-alley drug dealer, it's Dr. Mario, an addictive puzzle game featuring NIntendo's Mario in a lab coat and slippers! Drop pills on viruses to kill them off when you stack four of the same colored pill segments on top of them. Dr. Mario starts off easy and gets insanely difficult as the screen fills with the virus that spreads to kill off your Game Boy. This CGR Dr. Mario video review has gameplay from Dr. Mario on GameBoy showing Dr. Mario gaming in action
Dr. Mario review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Dr. Mario for Nintendo PlayChoice-10. I only made two Christopher Walken references in this video. Aren't you proud of me? Anyway. Sure, Dr. Mario usually comes second to "Tetris" when you're naming great puzzle games of the 8-bit era... which means it still comes before Yoshi, Block Out, Columns, Palamedes, Tower of Babel, Solomon's Key... you get my point. And if you're going to destroy an opponent in the awesome head-to-head mode, you're going to want to do it in a public place. Thus: The arcade version of Dr. Mario! (Well, the second. The other was a Vs. Unisystem release.) This video review features video gameplay footage of Dr. Mario for Nintendo PlayChoice-10 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Dr. Mario from Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Dr. Mario is also available for the Game Boy. You start with a bottle filled with viruses, steadily increasing in total as the levels progress. As Dr. Mario tosses pills into the bottle, it's your job to line up viruses and pills of the same color. Any combination of four or more viruses or pill pieces in a row clears that line, and once you've cleared the bottle of viruses, you move on to the next. Fill it with too many pills, on the other hand, and a red, yellow and blue plague ensues. This video review features video gameplay footage of Dr. Mario for the Nintendo Entertainment System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Dr. Mario is a puzzle game originally released in 2004. Help Mario clear the screen from all those gross viruses! Line up appropriately colored pills to neutralize each virus. This is a review of the port to the Game Boy Advance, released under the "Classics" series. This video game review is brought to you by Classic Game Room's Jen and features gameplay footage from the GBA version of Dr. Mario, published and developed by Nintendo. Available on the Game Boy Advance.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Dr. Mario from Nintendo for the Game Boy. Released in 1990, Dr. Mario arrived on Nintendo platforms with a potent double dose. It was released on the NES at the same time, largely a Nintendo response to the falling-block puzzle craze caused by Tetris. That influence is pretty obvious on Dr. Mario, but where Tetris never ends, Dr. Mario does. Where Tetris starts with an empty screen, Dr. Mario starts with a full one. Where Tetris features intense Russian music, Dr. Mario features the funkiest jam in history. If they played Dr. Mario at hospitals, everyone would be cured. This video review features video gameplay footage of Dr. Mario for the Game Boy and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Dr. Mario 64 from Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. This was the third Dr. Mario released for a home console, and in some ways, it was the most ambitious. Dr. Mario 64 had more features and modes than any previous Dr. Mario game. But in other ways, it was also the least ambitious. You have to look at a release like this in context, and in 2001, people expected a lot more than this. Lazy, outdated, decade old rehash...just a handful of the criticisms thrown into Dr. Mario 64's bottle. But looking at the game years later, it's a lot less disappointing than it used to be. Yes, it's basically the same game it had always been, but what else does Dr. Mario need to be? This video review features video gameplay footage of Dr. Mario 64 for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Tetris 2 for the Super Nintendo. This sequel to the highly influential and popular puzzle classic features a different style of gameplay that introduces some elements from Dr. Mario as well. Instead of clearing lines, your clear blocks of the same color, and progress through stages by clearing the flashing blocks on screen. The gameplay is different enough to stand on its own, and might be of interest to fans of old school puzzle games. This video game review features Tetris 2 gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Hebereke's Popoitto review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Hebereke's Popoitto for Super Famicom developed and published by Sunsoft. (Also available on the PS1 and Saturn.) Hebereke's Popoitto takes the line-'em-up puzzle basics of Dr. Mario and makes you whip your controller at the screen. Not because the controls have issues, far from it. It's because the freakin' TARGET MOVED. Or maybe another one of those troublesome jerks moved into the way. Point is, it's like Dr. Mario after a no-sleep, fifty-hour bender: everything's moving around, and you're struggling to remain standing. If that's your cup of tea - and you don't mind drunken penguins - you'll probably enjoy the experience. This video review features video gameplay footage of Hebereke's Popoitto for Super Famicom and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Dr. Luigi review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Dr. Luigi review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Dr. Luigi on the eShop for the Nintendo Wii U developed by Arika and published by Nintendo. Luigi is finally entering the family business—or at least, one of the family businesses—in Dr. Luigi, an excellent puzzle game that brings Nintendo’s Year of Luigi to a fitting close. Part of the long-running series of Dr. Mario puzzlers, Dr. Luigi includes the same core gameplay that has always defined the series. The difference is that it also includes a touch-based Virus Buster mode, played entirely with the GamePad, and an all-new Operation L mode. In this mode, Luigi throws L-shaped pill packets into the bottle, and this simple change has a huge impact on your time-tested Dr. Mario strategies. Dr. Luigi is perhaps the most innovative and unique Dr. Mario game to date, taking the series to places it’s never gone before. Dr. Luigi features single-player play, as well as two-player local and online play. This video review features video gameplay footage of Dr. Luigi on the eShop for the Nintendo Wii U and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
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