‘Super Mario 64’ recreated in HD for browsers using Unity
Japanese video game maker Nintendo's iconic console game 'Super Mario 64' has been remade in high-definition (HD) for browsers using free game developing software Unity. The game is playable in HD on Windows, Mac or Linux PCs.
The remake of 'Super Mario 64' game in HD is credited to a computer science student named Erik Roystan Ross, who used the Unity game developing software for recreating Mario in HD, on the game's first level, Bomb-omb Battlefield.
The 'Super Mario 64' version which Ross has created in HD for browsers using Unity does not require the gamers to look for their old cartridges and hook up their consoles to the TV. Instead, gamers can simply load the game up on their browser or download the executable and play the game on their PCs.
In addition, according to a Game Spot report, the Mario game in HD can also be played for free even on browsers using the free Unity Web Player. Furthermore, the game - which can now be played using a mouse and keyboard - also supports PlayStation and Xbox controllers.
About the remake of 'Super Mario 64' in HD for Unity-using browsers, Ross said: "Everything is just as you remember, except some really minor stuff that nobody cared about like red coins or the Wing Cap or the Big Bob-omb."
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