Childhood Games that Deserve to be Remade for Mobile

Childhood Games Deserving To Be Remade On Mobile

There are these childhood games that deserve to be remade on mobile. We wish to have these games that we enjoyed during our childhood be available on Android and iOS.

Gaming is one thing most of us enjoyed during our childhood. Through the years, some of us even continue to do so. It may be on gaming consoles or smartphones.

Let us look back and see what games we enjoyed during our childhood deserve to be remade on mobile.

Super Mario Brothers

The game with the famous plumbers was first released by Nintendo 32 years ago. Super Mario Brothers is one game most of us would have played. This was a successor to the Mario Bros, which was released back in 1983. Players must control Mario, or his brother Luigi, to overcome various obstacles in different environments in the Mushroom Kingdom. The ultimate goal is to save the princess from the evil kidnapper Bowser.

Road Rash

Road Rash is a classic motorcycle racing game released by Electronic Arts (EA) back in 1991. The player has to win illegal street races which tend to get violent. The game became so popular that EA decided to turn it into a series. This gave much income for the company for years. Road Rash first debuted on the Sega Genesis console and over the next few years made its way on to other systems as well.

Pokemon Red/Blue

Nintendo got into the smartphone gaming space recently, with games like Pokemon Go and Mario. The games have seen a lot of downloads and positive reception till now. But still, many people want to bring back the original Pokemon games like the Red and Blue to the mobile platforms.


Pac-man is considered to be one of the classics and remains to be popular up until now. This is an arcade game developed and released by Namco Bandai back in 1980. It is so popular that on May 2010, Google created an interactive playable doodle of the game for its homepage. The players have to navigate Pac-Man through a maze filled with dots. Pac-Man must eat all the dots and while doing so, there are four ghosts hunting Pac-Man while he finishes the objective.


Contra is a run and gun action arcade game. The gaming world was taken by a storm, back in 1987, with the release of Contra. This game was developed and published by Konami. The game was so popular that it went on to spawn 10 sequels over the years.

We truly miss these childhood games. Games which made us enjoy childhood. Simple and uncomplicated though these games may have been, but we had fun with it. Thus they deserve to be remade on mobile. So children of today’s generation may experience the fun that we experienced before.

Jelly Mario Is Super Mario On A Whole New Level

This different take on the classic game Super Mario is something you have to experience for yourself.

If you’re on your computer and have some time to spare, you might want to give this game a try. And if you’re a Super Mario fan, you’ll probably be amused and frustrated at the same time.

Developer Stefan Hedman created a free browser game called Jelly Mario. And as its name implies, it’s like Super Mario but minus all the laws of physics.

The iconic video game, with its simple graphics and precise character movements, is entirely upended with everything transformed into a jelly-like state. Instead of being able to jump and stomp on the enemies, Mario would float and wiggle around the screen like a jellyfish.

And it’s not just Mario who’s been turned into the floppy, jelly-ish state that he is in. The entire game has been transformed including the bricks and the green pipes which bend and twist when you try to jump into them.

You are able to move the character using the arrow keys but don’t expect too much. I have tried several times and it seems that Mario has a mind of it’s own, wriggling and floating on its own.

If you think the free browser game has the iconic Mario tune in it, you’re both right and wrong. The developer did put the music in but with the tempo lowered into an unnerving melody. It also bends and contorts based on how your character is moving on-screen.

Currently, the game consists of the first two levels of the original Super Mario Bros game. Curious? You can play the game here.

Good luck!

Switch and Super Mario Odyssey Bring Huge Profit and Sales to Nintendo; Switch Outsolds Wii U

Switch and Super Mario gave so much sales to Nintendo

Nintendo released their detailed financial performance for nine months that ended last December 2017. Last year was a big year for Nintendo because of the release of the top-rating games and consoles. The Switch, Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. But it was not even a surprise to have an increase in profit and sales.

The Figures

The sales for nine months were $7.9 billion and represents the increase of 176% compared to 2016. As for the profit, it reached $1.4 billion, which is 494% improvement from last year. What an incredible leap of figures it is! Nintendo complimented the Switch’s strong performance in hardware sales and said “(Switch) sold well following the launch and sales rose substantially during the holiday season.”

A total of 12.13 million units were sold for the Nintendo Switch. Not to mention the 2.74 million units sold on its launch month. It brought a lifetime Switch sales of 14.87 million units. This simply means that in the span of just 10 months, Nintendo Switch outsold the Wii U. But Nintendo has not yet given the figures for the Wii U which was in the market since 2012.

As for the software, the Super Mario Odyssey who also contributed in this success. Super Mario Odyssey sales reached 9 million units in just 9 months. Compared to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe that was launched last April 2017 and sold 7.3 million units. And the Splatoon 2 that reached 4.9 million units sold. According to Nintendo, eight Switch titles reach the million units sold mark the fiscal year. But those figures does not include games published by third parties. All in all, the total software sales were listed as 47 million units.

Nintendo surely gave us an amazing year last 2017 and hoping for more this year. There are a lot of upcoming launch for this year from Nintendo and expect more surprises and perks. What a happy new year it is for Nintendo!

Best Nintendo Switch Video Games For 2017: Super Mario, Rocket League

Yuletide season is at hand. And if you are looking for a perfect Christmas gift for an avid fan of Nintendo Switch. This is the best guide that you can check out for the popular video games released this year– Super Mario and Rocket League.

In case you don’t know, the popular gaming console Nintendo Switch was available since March. Even though it came early this year, Nintendo Switch has been a recipient of popular and exclusive video games. These games are a mixture of action-packed role-playing games and open-world odysseys for which the Nintendo Switch serves as incredible platforms.

Why Nintendo Switch?

Many gamers chose Nintendo Switch because of its practicality. The hybrid console works as a gaming platform and a portable device. This means that gamers can use the device effortlessly and seamlessly select which part of the game they left.

So if you are planning to give something special to Switch users, you can select the popular and best games for the gaming console. Players can select a variety of Nintendo’s popular and iconic games as presented below:

Super Mario Odyssey—Nintendo Store

One of Nintendo’s iconic game is Super Mario Odyssey. The game just got high review scores, and the game’s protagonist character Mario seems to be a hit for the public and among gamers. In the game, players are allowed to adopt new forms and gain abilities for you to survive the game and save Princess Peach.

A Nintendo Switch owner named Ryan Brown commented that “Super Mario Odyssey outshines almost all of its previous titles and could be the best 3D platformer ever made.”

Rocket League—Nintendo Store

This popular multi-player game has finally made its way to Nintendo Switch. Players can play the game on the Switch because the console supports cross-platform play.

Nintendo Brings Mario, Zelda Games To Android Devices

Android users can spend more time playing online games using their phones. Why? Because game developer Nintendo is rolling out two of its popular games.

Nintendo rolls out Super Mario and Legend of Zelda games in Android devices. Avid fans of the games expressed excitement as news has surfaced that both franchises are heading to Android-powered devices.

Moreover, the Japanese powerhouse Nintendo is also planning something different this time. While the news of both games is making noise on the internet, Nintendo is negotiating Nvidia about its console.


Also, Nintendo is planning to license Wii and GameCube to Nvidia. What is clear right now is that Wii and GameCube will not be coming to Android devices this time.

However, Android-enabled Nvidia Shield set-top box will be available in China. Mobile gamers can also download and play several Wii games. This includes the Super Mario Galaxy, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, the New Super Mario Bros., as well as the Punch Out.

With this, avid fans of Super Mario in China can now play and download the popular game. Thanks to Nvidia Shield, mobile gamers can play the iconic game as part of the world’s gaming market.

Meanwhile, in China, gamers can buy the Nvidia Shield for US$226 or equivalent to 1, 499 yuan. Nvidia said that its device is compatible with Baidu’s DuerOS.

The device features a conversational artificial intelligence system and entertainment options. Gamers could expect more games will be introduced to China by 2018, according to Nvidia.

As an Android user, do you welcome the Super Mario and Legend of Zelda games in Android-powered devices?

What’s next for Nintendo’s Miyamoto?

Game creator Shigeru Miyamoto of Nintedo is the on responsible for much beloved games such as Super Mario, Donkey Kong, Legend of Zelda and many more titles will try to shake up the gaming world anew with his inkling to create something fresh.

In a CNN interview, the Nintedo honcho said through an interpreter that, “I am really keen to work on something really new, which eventually is going to be important for the future of Nintedo”. He also added that, “I would like to try to do something which might be able to expand the boundary or the definition of video games.”

The interview was done after Wired reported that Miyamoto is going to step down as the company’s director and producer responsible for the development of products and games.

Nintedo said that, “Miyamoto’s role at Nintendo is not changing. He will continue to be a driving force in Nintedo’s development efforts.”

The gaming revolutionary will have a senior role in the company and is responsible in helping carve the future of Nintedo’s hardware and software.

Miyamoto said that they have to “incorporate something new all the time.” He also added that, “everything starts from something small whenever we are trying to find out something new.”

The Nintendo Executive declined to give details on their upcoming project in depth. But he gave clues such as gyroscopes and wireless proximity communication as technologies that he would like to pursue.

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