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The last in the Mario Artist series, and the final 64DD game. That said, it goes off on a high note as this model-making software has some interesting bonus modes. The software itself is a bit finnicky, and I found it difficult to…

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This 64DD software is quite fascinating in that it’s actually an important step in Nintendo’s history. Miyamoto has always wanted to let players create avatars and do silly things with them, even since the Famicom Disk System, and this could have been something…

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The Randnet Disk for the 64DD isn’t really a game, but I thought it was interesting enough to talk about. It’s a software disk that is essentially a web browser and email client. As the Randnet service is down, there isn’t a lot…

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As this is the first 64DD game, I’ll talk a little bit about the device itself. It was an add-on to the N64 which would have provided a slot for a new kind of media: 64DD discs. These were sort of large floppy…

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Mario’s Photo Studio (or Mario no Photopi) is a photo editing software for the N64 that was exclusive to Japan. It used a special cartridge that had slots to insert SecureMedia cards, which were presumably popular with digital camera in Japan at the…

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