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Review For Mario Paint

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Description: An all-purpose multimedia tool for your SNES. Use the packaged mouse to draw scenes, conduct music, animate, color, and much more. You can use the built-in stamps to draw Mario and friends easily.

Alucard The Undead
The Good: Everything is done very well, and VERY user-friendly. Microsoft has yet to come up with a better Paint/Animation program than this one. There's even a bonus minigame in here. Swat the robotic flies!!!

The Bad: No zoom-in feature. The one thing that would've made this game perfect... Also, the fact that you can only save ONE FRIGGIN' PICTURE!!!

The Ugly: Some of the drawings my sisters came up with. Picasso himself couldn't have drawn a more demented figure.

Favorite part: Seeing the undo-dog dance around the screen when you're not looking.

Least Favorite Part: Spending hours making a picture, and then trying to remember wether the file saved on the cart was important or not.

Zack
The Good: Great game that lets you draw and other cool stuff.

The Bad: Only saves one picture.

The Ugly: None

Favorite part: Making music and the flyswatting game

Least Favorite Part: Spending hours making a picture, and then trying to remember wether the file saved on the cart was important or not.

Alucard The Undead
The Good: Everything is done very well, and VERY user-friendly. Microsoft has yet to come up with a better Paint/Animation program than this one. There's even a bonus minigame in here. Swat the robotic flies!!!

The Bad: No zoom-in feature. The one thing that would've made this game perfect... Also, the fact that you can only save ONE FRIGGIN' PICTURE!!!

The Ugly: Some of the drawings my sisters came up with. Picasso himself couldn't have drawn a more demented figure.

Favorite part: Seeing the undo-dog dance around the screen when you're not looking.

Least Favorite Part: Spending hours making a picture, and then trying to remember wether the file saved on the cart was important or not.

Orlando Vega
The Good: You can paint anything you want I made my own castle with the Mario Bros.(I made it in the special stamp where you make your own stamps)

The Bad: None.

The Ugly: No way.

Favorite part: Playing the mosquito game

Least Favorite Part: Saving takes too long

Zack
The Good: Lets you make pictures, animation and music

The Bad: Only saves one picture.

The Ugly: None.

Favorite part: Making songs

Least Favorite Part: None

Keith McKnight
The Good: It was probobly my favorite Christmas present of all time! ^_^ It's the kind of game you could play for hours on end and never get bored. Those little guys on the menus that danced were nifty! You could make music too! I made my mom a birthday cake with the template. ^_^

The Bad: So many of those things that were showed in the game but didn't have premade stamps (I wish I could've made a little "production" with the guy on the menu that danced). The right mouse button was rejected! You couldn't even assign a drawing color to it. No single pixel pen (sure a 2x2 pixel pen is maybe more useful but what about when you're lacking custom stamp space). The crappy music for the drawing part, except for the monkey music option. The frames for animation were too small.

The Ugly: The fly swatter game is odd. Fun but it probobly would be better off in some other game. That big bee-fly thing-a-majig at the end of the level gave me nightmares.

Favorite part: Copying stuff from the Mario Paint Handbook and Nintendo Power special into the game. I was amazed that I could bring the old 8-bit Mario onto the SNES. I also composed great masterpieces that awed all whose ears were blessed by them in the music area! ^_^

Least Favorite Part: Hardly any respect for the pixel by pixel artists!

Ross
The Good: A fun art program game, it covers a wide range of art.

The Bad: Working the mouse is a little bit tough, but it can be better than a lot of programs on a computer.

The Ugly: The notes in a song can only go for one beat.

Favorite part: Making stamps! The way it works is slow going but using white and clear colours is great, Microsoft could really learn something.

Least Favorite Part: The fact that when you animate you can't have characters go in seperate directions.

Larry M. Koopa
The Good: I could make art without even gettin' off my a-- also I could make a mario cartoon.(my first and only one is where Luigi takes over The MK.

The Bad: The bright colors.

The Ugly: The bright colors.

Favorite part: Making that mario cartoon.

Least Favorite Part: My brother erased it.

Daydolon
The Good: Very, very, VERY cool game. Better than any PC animation or midi program out there. Instead of the usual controller, you use a mouse. There are cool mini games in the game, such as the fly swatting game. The best feature, in my opinion, is the song creator. Here you choose from a variety of sounds and place em' in. Although I don't really know how to read music, I just make a mish-mash of sounds and most people I know agree it sounds very cool. The music is AMAZING. It relaxes me all the time.

The Bad: When you make an animation, you have a limit of 9 frames for you animting character. You can only save one pic and that's a real dissapointment. If you don't know how to read music you'll probably have a hard time making music.

The Ugly: Nothing Really

Favorite part: Making songs!

Least Favorite Part: When my brother complains to my mum and I have to stop playing.

Mark Kelly
The Good: Why should someone buy this game? Well... err... if you're looking for a high-quality paint package then buy a PC, if you want adventure then buy a different Mario game. This painting package is strictly for fun. It has a tonne of options, such as animation, music (always a laff) a tea-break game, and so on. These are all fairly fun aspects, and it uses the mouse, a near-forgotten tool, may I add.

The Bad: The game loses the streak of excellence after you've done a few pictures and realised you can't draw anything on it using the poor-quality of the package and the mouse. The music section is really the only part people use after a month or so of owning the game.

The Ugly: Who is actually going to go through the trouble of connecting a video recorder so that they can record a jumpy animation with odd tunes.

Favorite part: There's nothing like making a little animated Mario and have him running aimlessly around a pre-created picture to some nutty music (with pig sounds in). Some of the sound effects you can get are superb.

Least Favorite Part: The tea-break game gets tedious very quickly. Stop the pain... make it go away.

Joe Kuster
The Good: This is a very great game. I love to make a new Mario's type world.

The Bad: You can only save one picture. My ex-friends Daniel, Aaron and I would argue at eachother to save something. That sucked.

The Ugly: That fly swatter game. It was fun, But the queen bee looks like she hasn't had a coffee break in a while. I think that's why Bret Hart couldn't be in this game. He wouldn't be able to put the sharpshooter on her.

Favorite part: See the good.

Least Favorite Part: That my ex-friends that I don't know anymore, Daniel and Aaron, had it and they moved to Arizona. Damn it. If anyone has it, Send me an e-mail to JOEFROMNV@webtv.net please. Thanks.

Brad
The Good: I made special stamps of Luigi, Pikachu, Link, Wendy O. Koopa, Bowser Koopa, Peach, Zelda, Jigglypuff, Gannon, and KoopaTroopa

The Bad: Uh, none

The Ugly: How I drawn Gannon.

Favorite part: I made cartoons like Bowser & Gannon's death,the evil Zelda,the Pikachu cuteness,The Epic Battle

Least Favorite Part: The ending of The Evil Zelda,Zelda stops being evil.

Ratings
G-Graphics S-Sound C-Control O-Originality R-Replayability
Reviewer GSCOR Overall
Alucard the Undead10109910 48/50
Orlando Vega1010101010 50/50
Zack8791010 44/50
Keith McKnight979910 44/50
Ross746109 35/50
Larry M. Koopa99101010 48/50
Daydolon91010109 48/50
Mark Kelly88496 35/50
Joe Kuster1010101010 50/50
Brad1010101010 50/50


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