Hotel Mario

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Hotel Mario
Developer(s) Philips Fantasy Factory
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date December 31, 1994 (NA)
Genre Puzzle
Mode(s) Single player, Two player
Age rating(s) N/A
Platform(s) Philips CD-i
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Hotel Mario is a game starring Mario, made by Philips Fantasy Factory, for the Philips CD-i. Normally, one would not expect to see Mario, Nintendo's iconic character, headlining a game for a non-Nintendo console, but due to Sony, Philips, and Nintendo's aborted SNES CD project this game came into creation.

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Hotel Mario's story is a simple one. Bowser once again kidnaps Princess Peach and takes over The Mushroom Kingdom. For some reason, Bowser thinks that building seven hotels and turning the kingdom into a resort would drum up some tourism dollars... or something. He allows his hotels to be run by his seven Koopa Kids. Then, in one drunken regretful night, he decides to write a letter to the Mario Bros. tempting them to come and beat the crap out of his kids and rescue the princess. Not the brightest idea in the world, but really what can you expect from a giant turtle. Mario and Luigi, on their way to have a picnic with Princess Peach, arrive at the entrance to the Mushroom Kingdom. Here they find Bowser's letter to them attached to a door. Now it's up to the Mario Bros. to defeat King Koopa and his seven Koopa Kids.

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