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Super Mario Galaxy

A Galactic Platformer for Wii by Nintendo in the Super Mario series

Super Mario Galaxyshadow
Super Mario Galaxy box art

It's not enough for Mario to save kingdoms any longer. Indeed, now he's saving galaxies.

Trivia
  • On the box cover logo, if you follow the twinkling stars from letter to letter it forms the phrase "UR MR GAY." Super Mario Galaxy 2, however, reportedly does not give such offense.
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Box Art

Title
スーパーマリオギャラクシー
Platform
Wii
Release date
1 Nov 2007
スーパーマリオギャラクシー box art for Wii
Title
Super Mario Galaxy
Platform
Wii
Release date
12 Nov 2007
Super Mario Galaxy box art for Wii
Title
Super Mario Galaxy
Platform
Wii
Release date
16 Nov 2007
Super Mario Galaxy box art for Wii
Title
Super Mario Galaxy
Platform
Wii
Release date
29 Nov 2007
Super Mario Galaxy box art for Wii
Title
Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo Selects)
Platform
Wii
Release date
28 2011
Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo Selects) box art for Wii

News & Blogs

Super Mario Galaxy 2 totally blows

ReviewArguably the best Mario game in a decade, Super Mario Galaxy was followed up with an easy, lame, boring, if polished sequel in Super Mario Galaxy 2.

It's been noted that this sequel's existence is owed to the large quantity of leftovers from the original, leaving a bunch of galaxies on the cutting room floor. Super Mario Galaxy 2 feels like these throwaway levels were picked up, dusted off, polished off, and packed away.

Read on

Super Mario Galaxy 2: a great example of how a sequel can be better than the original

BlogMario never seems to cease to amaze people. His games are usually highly regarded by many as the best for any system he is on. Super Mario Galaxy 2 is no exception. I'm just gonna come out and say it: this game is fucking great! I would like to make one thing clear before I go on, this is not a review; this is just my opinion. So don't expect me to go into too much detail about the controls or any of that shit. I just wanted to express my feelings toward the game and why I think its great. Read on

What do you get when you combine Plok! with Braid and Super Mario Galaxy?

BlogSoosiz http://www.touchfoo.com/soosiz/Soosiz

I've been playing around with an iPhone for my job (as a user interface designer) and in the process been discovering a lot of great apps and games on the App Store. One of those, which coincidentally was only just released last week, is Soosiz, a pretty cute little platformer that takes the best parts of Super Mario Galaxy's innovative planetoid-based platforming and combines it with an artistic direction that feels like a blend between Plok! and Braid.

The game was seemingly developed by two Finnish brothers and scored by some dude whose music they found available with a Creative Commons license - equally reminiscent of the path Jonathan Blow's shoestring music direction strategy took.

I won't talk too much about how it plays right now - I'm only at world 2, having played about 3 minutes at work - but once I get a little deeper into it I'll make an attempt at a review. For now though, I'm at least pleasantly surprised by its superficial qualities.

If you have an iPhone, check it out! One of the best things about the App Store is that anything that costs anything probably only costs $2, and who doesn't have $2 to check out something as quirky as a Mario-Braid-Plok crossover?

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