Mari0 is powered by LÖVE, I mean, the framework, which allows creation of 2D games using the Lua programming language possible. A game crossover developed by the Stabyourself.net team, a two-man studio formed in early 2011 by Maurice Guégan and Sašo Smolej.
What are some of the features that comes with Mari0?
- Complete recreation of Super Mario Bros.™
- Elements from Portal™
- Portal gun that shoots portals
- 4-player simultaneaous coop
- Level editor that was used to create the levels in the game
- 33 different hats
- Downloadable Mappacks
- Game modifiers for extra fun
The game is available in all major platforms: GNU/Linux, OSX, and Windows. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported or CC By-NC-SA 3.0 Unported.
Download the game and have fun with your friends! You can get it from the official website, free-of-charge: stabyourself.net/mario0/.
Oh, and if you are Linux player you need to install the LÖVE framework, at least version 0.8.0, which you can get here, or for Ubuntu users simply add this ppa: ppa:bartbes/love-unstable or run this command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bartbes/love-unstable.
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