Mario Royale Has Been Closed by Nintendo, but the Project Is Back to Life!

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Mario Royale Has Been Closed by Nintendo, but the Project Is Back to Life!

A few days ago we talked about Mario Royale, a revival of the famous Super Mario Bros. in salsa battle royale. As we had imagined, DMCA hand in hand Nintendo immediately proceeded to contact its author forcing him to close the game.

InfernoPlus, in any case, did not give up at all and managed to keep the project that had required more than three weeks of work alive. How did he do? Simple, he removed all references to the Nintendo game and changed the artistic style, characters and enemies while maintaining the same gameplay mechanics.

The new game born from the ashes of Mario Royale is called DMCA Royale – a name certainly not chosen at random – and can be played in a totally freeway at the same address that we had provided you last time. Up to a maximum of 100 players are called to challenge each other on different maps without being able to interact directly with each other. While they run wildly through the levels and avoid the numerous dangers scattered within them, they can still break the blocks, get power-ups and try to defeat the other players by throwing the shells of some animals that, in this iteration, resemble only vaguely to the Koopa. Without Mario, obviously, it is not the same thing, but this is not preventing the title from being fairly successful. As we write to you, there are over 1,000 people connected online.