Play Jelly Mario in a Web Browser for Some Silly Gaming Fun

May 4, 2018 - 1 Comment

Jelly Mario

If you’re a gaming fan and have an affinity for retro Nintendo Mario fun, then the ridiculously silly third-party hack called Jelly Mario is sure to brighten your day.

Jelly Mario basically takes the classic Nintendo Super Mario Brothers and wildly adjusts the physics so that everything is a squishy, bouncy, pliable, jelly mess, and the gameplay result is pure chaos and fairly entertaining. It’s kind of like playing QWOP meets Mario after visiting a Kool-Aid Acid Test and drinking a bit too much of the punch.

Best of all, you play the entire thing in your web browser, so you can just bounce around with it and not need to download or install anything.

The entire game is played with the keyboard keys, and once you start moving it doesn’t really stop as the jelly inertia picks up and starts bouncing all over the place in a vaguely controlled type of chaos.

Now keep in mind Jelly Mario is NOT an official Nintendo release and so it could just disappear from the internet for a number of reasons.

If you actually want a legitimate Mario game then you’ll want to get Super Mario Run for iPhone (which is free to download and paid for the full version) or grab a full-blown console like a Nintendo Switch. What gamer doesn’t love Nintendo games?

Thanks to TheVerge for finding this goofy game. And if you like web-browser based gaming, don’t miss tons of classic DOS games in your web browser, or playing Wolfenstein in your web browser either.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Fun, Games

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  1. KaneHarry says:

    Mario was the best video game ever. The older video games are pure gems.

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