creepy hotel mario
I always thought this is great, and since Chinelin closed his youtube account, I decided to post two of his vid... This is a video created by the user Chinelin.
HOTEL MARIO The 13th Hotel. HOTEL MARIO The 13th Hotel is the fifth episode of the fourth season of Creepy Gaming. It was...
HOTEL MARIO The 13th Hotel is the fifth episode of the fourth season of Creepy Gaming. It was originally uploaded on July 19th, 2014. Being at SGC, made Mullet Mike want to play retro Mario games.
Mario reached the front door of the kingdom. The board was blank, with huge marks of claws and blood. Mario didn't say nothing, just picked up the letter. The next scene was really unsettling. It was Mario in close up, reading the letter. His eyes were completely black, and the skies changed. Mario was talking in a kind of demonic enchant.
The Creepy Mario head first appeared in Mario Teaches Typing 2 for the PC. He is commonly seen in YTPs and MLG parodies. He looks very similar to the Stretchy Mario Head in Super Mario 64 but a lot more wider and creepy. In a way, he looks like the Hotel Mario version of Mario.
This is a list of quotes from the game Hotel Mario.
Hotel Mario is a puzzle game developed by Fantasy Factory and published by Philips Interactive Media and Nintendo for the Philips CD-i in 1994. The primary character of the game is Mario, who must find Princess Peach by going through seven Koopa Hotels in the Mushroom Kingdom.
Creepypasta - Hotel Mario - The 13th Hotel [I thought it was going to be a normal day... I was just dumping the Hotel Mario's source for future uses, but I never expected... I'd find that... One of the files dumped was a level, the 13th Hotel, which had an unique cutscene.
Mario Creepypasta Date Added: 2016-09-16 Genres : Adventure Games,Mario Games Description: A fan created Mario Creepypasta game based on the original SMW. Its full of weird sounds, uncollectable coins, glitchy gameplay and more. On top of that its pretty darn creepy and the story is also.
Hotel Mario is a puzzle video game developed by Fantasy Factory and published by Philips Interactive Media for the Philips CD-i in 1994. Players control Mario, who must find Princess Toadstool by going through seven hotels in the Mushroom Kingdom; each hotel is divided into stages, and the objective is to close all doors on each stage. Each hotel ends in a boss fight with one of Bowser's Koopalings, culminating in a battle with Bowser.