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gamepreservation:

These guys are about to get in a helicopter and shoot footage for a Super Mario Bros. game.
Specifically, this is the crew from Cigam Entertainment (along with two unidentified pilots), and this photo was taken during development of Mario Takes America, a game that saw a cartoon Mario having adventures in a photo-realistic world, Roger Rabbit-style.
This is part of a photo set that, unfortunately, is about all that remains of the game, which was canceled mid-development when the team realized that its vision wasn’t going to work on the game’s target platform, the CD-i.
Very little was known this game — a result of the Nintendo/Phillips partnership that also produced those oddball Zelda games you’ve probably seen on YouTube — until Unseen 64 posted a conversation with one of the developers this morning.

gamepreservation:

These guys are about to get in a helicopter and shoot footage for a Super Mario Bros. game.

Specifically, this is the crew from Cigam Entertainment (along with two unidentified pilots), and this photo was taken during development of Mario Takes America, a game that saw a cartoon Mario having adventures in a photo-realistic world, Roger Rabbit-style.

This is part of a photo set that, unfortunately, is about all that remains of the game, which was canceled mid-development when the team realized that its vision wasn’t going to work on the game’s target platform, the CD-i.

Very little was known this game — a result of the Nintendo/Phillips partnership that also produced those oddball Zelda games you’ve probably seen on YouTube — until Unseen 64 posted a conversation with one of the developers this morning.

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