Nintendo fan resurrecting long-forgotten Mario, Zelda, Metroid minigames

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Nov 6, 2017, 2:38 PM EST

Have you played Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2 or Wario World online? If so, you’ve either spent a few minutes (or hours) playing promotional Nintendo flash games circa 1999-2010 or you’ve headed over to Origami64, the website of a fan who goes by Skelux. That’s because he’s restored three dozen Nintendo Flash mini games for your entertainment.

According to The Verge, these Flash-based games disappeared after the release of the actual games they were trying to promote. But Skelux has found some files and has re-released them.

In the video, below, Skelux gives us some backstory on his quest for games, as well as about the games themselves: For example, Mario’s Memory Madness used Adobe Director, a pre-Flash animation platform.

He also says, “The bounty for finding new games is still open.” He’s offering $50 to anyone who can provide files for missing games.

Former Nintendo employees, or people who obsessively save files (we know you’re out there), President Grant is calling you.

(Via The Verge and Motherboard)