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|Super Mario: Jailbreak|
| December 19 2008 (Japan) |
May 27 2000 (USA)
June 7 2009 (Europe)
June 7 2009 (Australia)
|Media Included||Wii Disk.|
Super Mario Jailbreak is a video game by Nintendo. It was released in Japan on December 19, 2008, and will be released in North America on May 27, 2009, and Europe and Australia on June 7,2009. It is a platformer and stealth game for Wii. It will be published by Nintendo and developed by ShadowWorks.
The game takes place in the Mush-Mush Republic, a neighboring country to the Mushroom Kingdom. Mario has been thrown in jail while Bowser has come back to life as Giga Bowser and is destroying the Mushroom Kingdom. Mario needs to break out of jail and save the day!
During an escape sequence, Mario will need to run away from guards, mobs, police, etc. These are side-scrolling platform sequences where the screen slowly and automatically moves to the right to escape. If you get stuck, you will be "caught" and have to start over with 1 less life
Breakouts are stealth sequences where Mario will need to sneak out of somewhere or into somewhere. These are mostly 3-D, with a few 2-D ones. You will have to slowly sneak around, and running into things will raise a noise meter, which lowers over time. It can also alert others to your position. If you are discovered, you start over.
There are 10 powerups in Jailbreak, 5 returning and 5 original
Mushrooms all give back health
Gives Mario roughly 30% of his health back
Gives about 45% health
(New) Gives Mario 60% healthand turns him 2x faster and green tinted for about 10 seconds
Attacks have some effect on enemies
Makes him invincible for 10 seconds and gives 100% health when done
Lets him throw fireballs until damaged
(New) Lets him throw ice balls, which freeze enemies, until damaged
These prevent Mario from taking damage, along with possible enemy effects
(New) 2 fireballs circle around Mario, each absorbs 1 normal attack or 1/2 a large attack
(New) Gives 3 pulses that push all enemies just past jumping distance and kills the very weakest
(New) Takes 1 attack and throws it back at the launcher.
Yoshi allows Mario to travel at a 50% speed increase and eat enemies until damaged
The main hero who needs to rescue Peach and defeat Bowser
The villain, gets Mario into jail and kidnapps Peach
The toad police and security force; the main enemies
The Toad patrol boss
A prisoner who helps mario in the tutorial levels
A human who helps Mario escape the police in Peach City
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Mario Jailbreak recieved average to good reviews from critics. It was mainly criticized for illegal story, short length, and being 2-D on the Wii. However, it was applauded for having manyt new power-ups and fresh level design. The unbalanced difficulty was also criticized, for having many easy levels and a few extremely difficult ones unevenly scattered thorugh it. IGN said "...overall, it's an alright game, but it's extremely underwhelming and suffers from many easily-solved problems..."
- This is the 1st game where Toads are enemies (in the form of guards)
- Lakithunder and Dorrie both make appearances
- Peach and Luigi are never seen, though the former is mentioned in the intro
- This is the 1st time stealth has been part of a Mario Game