In fact, there are completely false facts that gamers over the years still think are true about the Mario game.
Secrets You Never Knew In Mario
Characters break blocks with their heads
Surely there will be many gamers who still think that the character in Mario jumps into the air and uses his head to break coin blocks. However, this is a misconception but has always existed throughout the past time.
In fact, Mario’s plumber jumps up and uses his fists to break the blocks. If you really pay attention, gamers will easily discover this detail.
Mario is the representative of the main character
This is an undeniable fact, but in the history of the game industry Mario has also become a villain.
In the 1982 game Donkey Kong, Mario captured a mother Kong and tried to destroy her child on a journey to rescue his mother. So at least once Mario became a villain as well as a player’s opponent in a game.
Mario can’t jump over the flagpole at the end of the map
Players always complete a map by jumping on a flagpole, then entering the entire castle to reach another level.
However, in fact, if you try, you can jump over that flagpole to be able to continue your journey. This secret is really interesting that few gamers know about. Until now, there are still many gamers who do not know about this in Mario.
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Mario’s name is Mario
In fact, in 1993 there was an event that Mario and Luigi both had a “surname” and not just Mario and Luigi.
Opinions suggest that Mario’s full name is “Mario Mario” and Luigi’s is “Luigi Mario”.
This theory existed for a long time until Shigeru Miyamoto, the founder of Mario, denied this theory in 2015.
Super Mushrooms in Mario inspired by…?
If you have ever watched or read Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, there is a detail where Alice ate a magic mushroom to increase her size and this is quite similar to Mario.
However, author Shigeru Miyamoto once again denied this “coincidence” hypothesis and said that the Super Mushrooms in the game were inspired by a miracle mushroom in folklore and that between mushrooms and magic Some mystics are always related to each other.