Mario Roulette (lost arcade game; 1991)


Mario Roulette
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Mario Roulette was an arcade game developed by Konami in 1991. It uses graphics from Super Mario World. The gameplay is a basic roulette game, and upon winning, the game dispenses medals which the player can exchange for prizes at the arcade. Due to being very rare and Japan-exclusive, no ROM dump of it has been released.

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Anonymous user #1

2 months ago
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Ironically there is a bootleg of a Mario Roulette but it ain't this one. It's the one that looks like Grand Dad.
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Anonymous user #1

2 months ago
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Also even if you were to find it the main function of it wouldn't work as it applies to the machines. Emulators can't replicate the actual tickets so it would be partially found if it was found.
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ApolloJustice

2 months ago
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That wouldn't make it any less found. Found =/= every function is exactly the same as it used to be. The entire game would still exist, it just wouldn't distribute tickets.
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Markiegee50X

2 months ago
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that makes me want to go to Japan
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