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SuperMarioJump for WM
Based on the well known game Mario Bros, XDA member zarpy presents this simple version called Super Mario Jump.
You will play as Mario and have to jump through the bars to get to next level, beware with the turtles on the way up.
Despite it still being in early development, your kids will be delighted with this simple game.
The developer is working on fixes and improvements and he mentioned that we can expect new background to the game and music amongst other functions.
It is works on Windows Mobile devices with WVGA resolutions.
Originally posted by zarpy
New!! Freeware SuperMarioJump 2 WVGA download cab here
Ok I recieved feedback in the 1st version and made the improvements here. If you like the game please share it whereever you go. This version is more fun and a little tougher. Enjoy!!!! Feedback is always welcome !!!
Ok when you install it doesnt go into game directory but it does have a shortcut on the start menu.
Ok because of the tool Iam using I cant add accelometer support. The onscreen buttons shouldnt be hard to use, maybe I make them larger.
I will make the game 3 or 4 shorter levels instead of one long level you have here now. The auto-restart when you die still stands. I will add background to the game and maybe music . Thanks for the feedback I go ahead and work on this now.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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