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Review by  R W
Reviewed on 2006-08-13
This game isn't bad. I thought that the scrolling in “Mario Run” was a little slow, even on the fast mode. The level editor was amazing and very easy to use, but it got a little old after you have done it. The beef I had with it was that there were no preloaded levels built in, so you had to create one. I would suggest choosing a different “Mario” game instead. 7/10 overall.

Review by  Austin Baker
Reviewed on 2005-11-06
“Mario Run” is one of the best games I have played for the TI-83 plus. Its gameplay is smooth, not very buggy, and very addictive; and the level editor allows a huge variety of gameplay.

Gameplay: 9/10 Very fun, and you can even use bugs in the game to enhance gameplay
Memory usage: 8/10 good, if you have about 10k for this whole game and four levels. It's worth it.
Graphics: 8/10 If it was any better, the blocks would be too large and the gameplay would be less fun.
Replay: 10/10 I've had this game for more than a year, and it has rarely ever gotten boring.
Overall: 9/10 Really, try this program!

Review by  David Tao
Reviewed on 2005-04-02
“Mario-Run” is a pretty good, though repetitive scrolling game. Graphics are fairly decent, as is speed and memory usage. The controls take time to get used to, but after you get the hang of playing Mario run, this game can become fairly fun.

Speed:10/10 (no problems here)
Memory Usage: 7/10 (6k isn't too much, but its still a sizable chunk of mem)
Playability: 8/10 (not bad)
Overall: 8/10

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