Best selling Nintendo 64 game Super Mario gets a hacked makeover

For many children of the 90’s (and perhaps some children of the 80’s), video games are more than just a form of entertainment: they’re a world unto themselves, with laws of programming – in turn, simulating laws of physics – that can be tested and explored. Super Mario 64, the best selling Nintendo 64 game of all time, is a common cultural experience for many young adults, and thus a lot of us are familar, at least, with how it should work. A hacker named Kaze Emanuar, however, turns that all upside-down with a psychedelic, chaotic, and sometimes frustrating hack of the game.

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