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Which Mario Game is the Worst Mario Game? – Mario’s Time Machine

February 6, 2020


There are many many obscure and really weird
official Mario games out there. Games like Mario’s fundamentals (Go Fish!),
Hotel Mario, the virtual boy games, or that one time they abused the mario brand to teach
kids typing. So the thing is the following, even though
all of those games are really obscure in one way or another, they are still official mario
games licensed by nintendo, and thus part of Mario’s history. All of those games are super weird, some are
actually kind of fun, some are okay, and, to be honest most of them are among the worst
games nintendo ever released. But all those obscure Mario games also kind
of raise a question. Which of these really bad Mario Games is actually
the worst one? So I sat down and started to investigate this
question, I played dozens over dozens of hours of really weird mario games, taking notes,
researching their history and development process, all in the hopes to find out which
game featuring Mario is the worst one ever released. And I pretty quickly came to a realization. There is way too much going on in these games
to cover all of them in a single video. There are crazy development stories, unimaginable
broken ports, missing features, obscure minigames, voice acting that seriously had me double
check weather there is something wrong with my audio setup (touch my nose), and gameplay
ideas I wouldn’t have thought it possible to build a game around. Those games are truly amazing, so instead
of answering the eternal question which mario game is the absolute worst one, in a single
video, we are going to do this in a small mini series, where we take a closer look at
some of nintendo’s weirdest moment’s, starting today, with the fascinating game,
Mario’s time Machine. So are you ready? Let’s do this! Okay, so the first really strange game we
are going to take a look at is Mario’s time Machine, originally released on the MS-DOS. So Mario’s time Machine! was the long awaited
sequel to the equally obscure game mario is missing. Let’s read the games description on the
amazing mario maker wiki together, shall we? In the year 1993, Bowser uses a time machine,
traveling backwards to different points in human history and stealing significant artifacts
to place in his personal museum inside his castle. With his collection nearly completed, Bowser
gloats that not even Mario can stop him now. Mario realizes that history will change forever
if he does nothing, so it’s up to Mario to use Bowser’s own device against him by returning
the artifacts to their proper places in time. Wow, that sounds like fun, doesn’t it!? The game also starts really promising! The intro music is nothing short of amazing,
the pixel art looks really great for a 1993 game, the story is presented in a really cool
way. I can’t wait to find out what the gameplay
is actually like, so let’s jump right into it! So we find ourselves in this room. Alright, so what are we supposed to do? There are no, you know, instructions. So usually, I’m not a big fan of long tutorials
in games, but you know, mario’s time machine is really stretching it. Alright so we can’t walk to the left, we
neither can walk to the right, nor through this door. Wait, does the whole game take place in this
room? Okay so we can pick up this sheet of music. Excellent, I wonder what this is useful for. Alright so we are able to open up this interface,
what is this screen fo … uhm why are we playing a surfing minigame right now. I’ve got so many questions, why are we surfing
here, how did mario end up in this place, what is the objective of the game, why did
this happen after entering the time travelling interface, why do the mushrooms disappear
at random, and most importantly, uhm, how do we leave this game again? So as it turns out driving into a water stream
does the trick! We are back in the castle. So what we just witnessed was one half of
the game, the time travelling minigame. And yes, the time travelling minigame is a
surfing minigame, I have no idea either. The other half of the game is retrieving,
solving and returning the different artifacts bowser stole. We already picked up one of those. The note-sheet. So, uhm, spoiler warning, turns out the note-sheet
we picked up in the castle before is no ordinary note sheet. Actually it’s a quite important note sheet. It’s ludwig von beethoven’s 9th symphony,
and the only way to ensure this wonderful piece of music is not lost for eternity is
to return it to it’s rightful owner. Ludwig van Beethoven. But first, let’s solve a fill-in-the-blanks
text shall we. Apparently the greatest composer who ever
lived, ludwig van beethoven; (Great job game, we are only one sentence in and you already
made richard wagner mad) spent most of his life in the austrian musical capital of _____;
Vienna?? Born in … hm … 1770? Hooray! Ludwig gave his first .. hm that’s a though
one. Gas concert? Oh no, I made the smiley mad! Maybe he gave his first metal concert? Oh my god, that’s wrong as well, I could
have sworn he gave metal concerts, now there are two sad smileys! I start to feel the pressure. (heartbeat ..). He gave his, his, uhm, his
first … his first second concert! Oh no, that’s been wrong too. I’m so sorry beethoven. Luckily the only penalty for entering something
wrong is it that the screen closes. I’m not kidding, we even keep the right
answers saved for later. That’s really nice of you game! So let me quickly brute force this! (an unknown
amount of time later) So turns out the answer is his first piano concert. Who could have known? Okay it’s probably time to talk about the
actual gameplay loop of this wonderful strange game. So the core idea is the following. Our hero in a jumpsuit first has to pick up
one of the artifacts, which grants him access to one of many legendary and different fill
in the blank texts. Assuming our plumber isn’t able to solve
them by using logic and luck, which he is, but let’s pretend for a second he isn’t. He is supposed to enter the corresponding
time on top of the fill in text into the timulator (i’m not making this name up). Once entered successfully, which is easier
said than done thanks to the horrific and unbeeeelieeevably slow interface, we find
ourselves. Yup that’s right, we find ourselves in the
surfing minigame. The goal here is it to travel through time,
but how does one travel through time? Well by picking up ten mushrooms, and then
committing suicide via whirlpool. If we enter a whirlpool with less than 10
delicious shrooms we are sent back to the single room in the castle. If we entered a wrong time or place previously,
we end up in the castle as well, but if we did everything correctly we successfully surfe
back in time. Hooray! In this case we find ourselves in the beautiful
austrian musical capital vienna, the year is 1824. There is a lot to discover and to experience
in vienna. We can go for a walk on the streets, we can
visit a hotel and talk to the locals, take a peak at a concert room and talk to the locals,
or we talk to other locals. Yeah that’s pretty much it. So the idea here is that mario has to interrogate
all the locals, until he gathered enough knowledge about beethoven, and is able to fill in the
legendary fill in the blanks text. Once the text is solved we can hand it to
the beethoven himself, summon a creepy gigantic hand and return to the present. That’s the game in a nutshell. Rinse and repeat, the next fill in the blanks
text might be about newton, or about cleopatra, or mozart or whatever, but that’s the basic
game loop. Pick up artifact. Surf with style through time, solve fill in
the blank text, repeat. Okay so is this obscure educational gameplay
loop any fun? Well, let me be honest here. No. Actually the idea is kind of cute, I kind
of like the concept of travelling through various time periods, learn about the people
there, and then to apply this newly learned knowledge, but sadly it just doesn’t work. First, uhm, such a game isn’t the perfect
fit for a mario setting, second everything is unbelievably boring, if it is not just
flat out broken, the game lacks any introductions on what to do, and worst of all. Everything. Takes. Forever. The surf game is slow, entering the texts
is slow, the timulator is unbearably slow, talking to people is slow. Everything is just slow. It’s so slow that I doubt anyone would ever
be silly enough to do a speedrun of this ga.. uhm, nevermind. Anyway, so if the gameplay isn’t fun, does
the game at least succeed at teaching kids history. Well, uhm that can be debated. So first, the way the game is structured just
isn’t a good way to teach anyone anything, like seriously mario’s time machine, if
you want to teach kids history then do it like the civilization series. That’s like the more effective approach. But that is actually the smaller problem,
the bigger problem is that the game constantly gets history facts wrong. Cleopatra talks about having 3 sons, when
in fact one son is a daughter, the game states that mozart’s wife calls mozart wolfie, which
never ever happened once, they got this from the movie amadeus, they state that mozart
became a concertmaster at the age of 13, when he was actually 17, Mario receives a tea bag
in 1455, even though tea bags were not commercially available until the 1920s, the game implies
that benjamin franklin is responsible for cobblestone roads, which, uhm, he is definitely
not, the game even gets the date wrong on which america’s declaration of independence
was signed. And that’s just a couple of the errors,
here’s the full list taken from the amazing mario wiki. So the SNES version of Mario’s time machine
is an educational game about history, that fails as a game, and, well in history. Is there anything that safes the game? Well, the pixel art is sometimes really really
good, especially for a 1993 game, and parts of the soundtrack are really good! One of the tracks for example, finally answers
an eternal question, that I often found myself wondering about, while laying awake in bed
late at night. What would a Mario remix of beethoven’s Ode
to Joy sound like. Wem der große wurf gelungen
eines Freundes Freunds zu sein, Wer ein holdes Weib errungen
Mische seinen Jubel ein! I always thought that would sound, … you
know … better. Anyway, so that’s the SNES version of the
game. The DOS version of the game is very similar
to the SNES version, I’d argue the game is slightly better, it features a couple more
time periods, and most importantly, the surfing minigame is by far less worse. Also there is this minigame. That’s the Dino mini-game. It happens if we try to travel to a wrong
time period. So I know what at least one of you is currently
thinking. A dino mini-game, how exciting, I wonder how
this mini game works!? To such a person I would answer, yeah I wonder
too how this minigame works. Like, I have honestly no idea. I’m not kidding by the way. When I first got to this minigame I was stuck
here for over 15 minutes. I tried to google how to leave it again, but
apparently, no one in the whole world wide web knows the answer either. It’s really super weird, there are those
blasters at the bottom, which don’t kill us, but fly towards us in endless waves, until
they randomly stop to spawn after about ten minutes. And then there is this bird that, you, know,
drops eggs. To our right is a hole in the ground, which
we are can click, but clicking it does nothing, except for the one time after 15 minutes,
when clicking it suddenly, randomly revealed a yoshi, which took us back in time. Hooray? If anyone knows how this minigame is supposed
to work, please tell me in a comment, I’m honestly super curious. So anyway, other than that the SNES and the
DOS version of the game are very similar. But we aren’t done with this obscure little
treasure of a game yet, because as it turns out that’s not the final port of Mario’s
time Machine. Because as it turns out
there is actually a third port of this game. And this is where stuff gets really really
obscure, because as it turns out, mario’s time machine got ported to the NES. In 1994, almost four years after the release
of the Super Nintendo, which makes it one of the very last games ever, to be released
on the NES. Mario’s time Machine got ported onto the
original Nintendo Entertainment system, only two years before the nintendo 64 got released. So obviously getting this game somehow onto
the NES was really important to someone, but what does the NES port play like? Well, nothing like the other two ports, that’s
for sure. It’s a completely different game. Like completely completely completely different. So check this out! This time Mario’s time machine starts by
Mario and yoshi happily riding together towards a museum. But what is this! As soon as they arrive at the museum a textbox
informs them that Bowser and his koopas built the biggest museum in history, but to do so
they have stolen many important items from the past. So this information is obviously not enough
to get mario to act immediately, all it does is slightly confuse him, so the game has to
pull another trick to finally get mario to behave as if he cared! Bowser’s turns up, does an evil turtle dance,
and kidnaps yoshi. Mario obviously likes yoshi, and as the game
tells us, retrieving the stolen artifacts is the only way to rescue yoshi, for reasons
unknown. So retrieving the artifacts it is. But how does one single plumber retrieve those
artifacts? Well, definitely not like in the DOS version. So first we find ourselves in the middle of
bowser’s museum, which is a far more exciting place then in the other versions, if we ignore
the lack of color for a moment. We are able to explore this place freely,
there are cool statues, several doors we can enter, even the camera learned how to scroll
when getting ported to older hardware. Behind the doors the artifact retrieval mini-game
takes place. You see, in the other versions of the game
the artifacts just lay around, and can be picked up whenever we want. But not in the NES version, because in the
NES version we first have to play the second worst version of the original Mario Bros ever
released. So I’m not going to go into detail why this
version is so bad, just know that it’s impossible to fail, the hitboxes are wrong all the time,
mario’s jump feels horrible, and the only way to lose this game is it by exiting it
by accident, which, happens surprisingly easy. Anyway after defeating three koopas the koopas
drop one of the artifacts, here newton’s apple for example. That’s the first half of the game, obtaining
the lost artifacts by playing something that visually resembles Mario Bros. The second part is it to travel to the correct
time period and to return the artifact to the right spot. So here is where the port really becomes different
to its predecessors on superior hardware. Because there are no legendary fill in the
blanks texts anymore. Yup, instead the game plays like super mario
bros, but with a unique twist. So The different time periods are like mario
bros stages, but the unique thing about them is it that each time period contains cool
educational blocks that tell us about the time we are in, and about the place where
the item has to be brought to. So, the torch for example has to be used at
this spot in the ancient greek timeline. If we use it anywhere else an evil bird appears
and unrightfully steals our stolen artifact, if we use it here however, then we, well then
we save the olympics! Hooray! But learning about the different time periods
is quite a dangerous task because of all the evil enemies that spawn in literally endless
waves. There are brave koopas traing to stop us,
evil hammer swinging bros, trying to hammer us down, and worst of all, those guys, which
name I sadly wasn’t able to find out. So uhm, let’s call them walking turnips,
which, uhm, also try to stop us. So that’s the core gameplay loop. Play Mario Bros to gain an artifact, travel
to time periods where we play super mario bros, while also getting educated about different
times in the past until we finally learned where to bring the artifact to, while dodging
all the horrific threads along the path. Doesn’t sound like a bad game, does it? And, to be honest Mario’s time Machine on
the NES is almost an okay game. Almost, there are just three things, that
are really holding it back. Three things that prevent the game from being
an okay experience. Namely: First, we can’t fail the game. Remember the awesome enemies from before,
the dangerous hammer bros, the, … uhm creative walking turnips and so on? Well does are basically decoration. They don’t hurt us. We can stand there, getting hammered down
by this hammer bros for as long as we want to. Nothing is ever going to happen. Defeating them is pointless too, since they
respawn immediately. The Mario Bros mini game can’t be failed
either. The whole game just can’t be lost. But that’s by far not the biggest problem
of the game, the far bigger problem are marios horrible, terrible and beyond awful jumping
physics in this game. The basic problem is the following: Mario’s
jump height is always the maximum jump height. As soon as we press jump, even if it’s just
a super duper quick mini jump press, mario does a huge max height jump. Jumping just is a button that always accelerates
mario into the air for the exact same distance. Couple this with the absolute lack of any
momentum, and really weird in air controls and we got ourselves a platforming game, where
platforming feels awful. But not even this is the biggest problem of
the game. The biggest problem is the level design. So calling the level design in the NES port
uninspired would be an insult to the word uninspired. All the levels are just built in such an unbelievably
random way. There are random enemies somewhere, random
blocks somewhere and the educational blocks are placed at some random spots too. I’m honestly not sure if I ever played a
serious Mario Maker stage with level design that bad. It’s just, it’s, it’s like they didn’t
even put the slightest thought into how to set up the different time periods and it really
really shows. Those three things really hold the game back,
and are the main reason why playing it is sadly a rather unpleasant experience in my
opinion. Alright so those are Mario’s time Machine
on the NES, and on the SNES in a nutshell. But before we end this little video we still
have to answer one final question. How horrible are those games in relation to
the other, really obscure Mario games. Since the NES version is so different from
the DOS and SNES version we are going to rate it separately, so let’s pull out our …
horrific scale of horrible hammers, and let’s rate the snes and the dos version first. So Mario’s time machine … on the SNES and
DOS … scores a total of four horrific hammers. The game is really awful. Not only is it filled with historical inaccuracies,
broken minigames, unbearably slow interfaces, and a lack of instructions that make it almost
impossible to understand what to do in the first place, but worst of all, even if all
those things would work, the game would still be an uninspired weird hybrid between a history
test and a walking simulator. The whole idea for the game is just broken
in the first place. The only thing that prevents the game from
getting the full amount of horrible hammers is the fact that the presentation is kind
of nice, and parts of the soundtrack are really well done. Which leads us to the NES version of the game. So dearest NES port, that’s three hammers
for you, great job, that’s one awful hammer less than your predecessors on better hardware. The NES port is in a really weird position,
because behind all the awful level design, the horrible jumping physics, and the lack
of, you know, challenging gameplay, the game is almost a bit of fun. Like almost. It’s really a pity, because if the team
just tried a bit more Mario’s time Machine on the NES could have been an okay game. So here we have it. A quick overview over Mario’s time Machine,
one of the weirder adventures in our plumbers adventurous career. I hope you enjoyed this little video, if you
did don’t forget to leave me a thumbs up, and maybe you feel especially like porting
something onto the NES for no reason at all, and want to hit the subscribe button as well. I hope that all of you have a wonderful day,
and to see you soon! Goodbye.

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100 Comments

  • Reply MangoBango138 February 6, 2020 at 6:15 pm

    The Answer Is Sonic 06

  • Reply Boco Corwin February 6, 2020 at 6:16 pm

    Coming from someone who rented his monthly rental choice on Mario is Missing, I can attest – that was the worst Mario game ever.

    I wasn't as disappointed since I rented Roger Rabbit for the NES.

    And I had to play 1 hour of Mario Teaches Typing for every hour of "uneducational" gameplay

  • Reply Auxilium February 6, 2020 at 6:17 pm

    I love you ceave thank you for uploading

  • Reply Emptystring February 6, 2020 at 6:18 pm

    Wait…does Beethoven's 9th only have 2 notes…?!? That seems unrealistic. And if Mario's Time Machine is anything, it is realistic!

  • Reply Mr. Beeflix February 6, 2020 at 6:18 pm

    Wirklich schön gesungen!😂

  • Reply Catriam Flockentanz February 6, 2020 at 6:23 pm

    The most horrific thing of this video in my opinion was the assumption that "Ludwig von Beethoven" and "Ludwig van Beethoven" are the same person.
    Which is wrong.

  • Reply Veronica Sweet February 6, 2020 at 6:24 pm

    look at the like-dislike ratio

  • Reply Cat February 6, 2020 at 6:24 pm

    Well I am german and just noticed how bad the song was sang lol

  • Reply Benoit Boero February 6, 2020 at 6:27 pm

    Jdg ?

  • Reply Muktada Creation's February 6, 2020 at 6:27 pm

    Finally not a mario maker video thank you

  • Reply Vitalij Brem February 6, 2020 at 6:28 pm

    Mhhh so Mario is missing is an actual game.
    I mean I knew there was a Mario is missing game but certainly not Nintendo liscensed. . .

  • Reply Someone Online February 6, 2020 at 6:32 pm

    If you ever feel abandoned, just remember that ceave once had a minecraft series.

  • Reply David Anderson February 6, 2020 at 6:32 pm

    Hey ceave, dreams is coming out next week, can we expect another video on it?

  • Reply Link Light February 6, 2020 at 6:34 pm

    It's surprisingly si-
    COME HERE FISHY FISHY!!

  • Reply Jonfundy February 6, 2020 at 6:35 pm

    The video ends at 20:19. ;-;

    You should have added one more second to it.

  • Reply James Johnson February 6, 2020 at 6:35 pm

    was that the actual voice or did you sing over it?

  • Reply Mr. Malix February 6, 2020 at 6:35 pm

    Please do a video on Hammer Bros! They deserve redemption!

  • Reply DrPumpkinz February 6, 2020 at 6:37 pm

    Once you're done with this endeavor, I have a question: is it possible to create a Mario Maker level that is impossible to lose?

  • Reply Marian Hi_m8 February 6, 2020 at 6:39 pm

    Me, about to google for a speedrun of this game:
    Ceave, in that exact moment: It's so unbelievably slow, that I doubt anyone would ever do a speedrun of this … Yeah nevermind.

  • Reply Cham the Man February 6, 2020 at 6:39 pm

    Now to make Mario's Time Machine

    In Super Mario Maker 2

    Don't worry… I bet it'll actually be surprisingly simple ;]

  • Reply Helix van Boron February 6, 2020 at 6:40 pm

    Was this the first game where Mario appears alongside "normal" looking humans?

  • Reply Haydn Llewellyn February 6, 2020 at 6:40 pm

    I think for the Dino mini game you needed to collect the falling eggs then put them in the hole

  • Reply Nathan Johnson February 6, 2020 at 6:40 pm

    2:19 wait… Mario maker wiki?

  • Reply Toadounet Loves You February 6, 2020 at 6:40 pm

    I feel like porting Ceave's videos to the NES for some reason.

  • Reply Kain Yusanagi February 6, 2020 at 6:41 pm

    Ceave, you can have your opinion about it being terrible all you want, but I won't stand by your slander. You know damn well that game instructions were rarely included in the cartridges themselves and instead in the manuals. https://www.gamesdatabase.org/Media/SYSTEM/Nintendo_SNES/Manual/formated/Mario-s_Time_Machine_-1993-_Software_Toolworks,_Inc.,_The.pdf

  • Reply Penta February 6, 2020 at 6:42 pm

    Come here fishy fishy!

  • Reply Hershey squirts February 6, 2020 at 6:44 pm

    What in the god damn

  • Reply M February 6, 2020 at 6:44 pm

    Du bischt en geile Typ! 🤙

  • Reply Kimi1522 February 6, 2020 at 6:45 pm

    Wait if that is the second worst version of Mario Bros..

    What is the worst one?

  • Reply Levente Szabadkai February 6, 2020 at 6:45 pm

    It looks to me you are supposed to catch the eggs and click the hole. 😉

  • Reply Leon S. Kennedy February 6, 2020 at 6:48 pm

    Hotel Mario is not that bad.

  • Reply Joshi rolo February 6, 2020 at 6:49 pm

    Kannst du bitte ein Video auf DEUTSCH machen

  • Reply Joshi rolo February 6, 2020 at 6:50 pm

    Can you please make a video in GERMAN

  • Reply Broken Wizards February 6, 2020 at 6:53 pm

    11:08
    Mario has a basket.
    It looks like you’re supposed to catch (save) the eggs and put them in the nest (what you call a hole).

  • Reply E Molina February 6, 2020 at 6:56 pm

    So Mario Odessey wasn’t the first time Mario interacted with actual human beings 🤔

  • Reply Adzi S February 6, 2020 at 6:57 pm

    Hi Ceave,
    Ich liebe deine Videos, mach weiter so, du bist sooo lustig, Huurray❤❤❤
    Ich wusste gar nicht, dass du Deutsch sprichst, jetzt verstehe ich warum ich dich so gut verstehe
    Mach weiter so

  • Reply Leo February 6, 2020 at 6:57 pm

    10:14 i laughed so hard when i hear that, because i'm german and it sounds so weird xD

  • Reply Mazafesio 25 February 6, 2020 at 6:57 pm

    19:53 As im watching this im making a port of Crypt of the Necrodancer for the NES for no reason XD

  • Reply CinCoutMagus February 6, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    You misspelled "Sticker Star".

  • Reply jamcdonald120 February 6, 2020 at 7:05 pm

    Mario time machine sounds like endgame

  • Reply UndeadMonkey7 February 6, 2020 at 7:05 pm

    Mario is Missing needs to be on the Switch's SNES library! I loved that game as a kid.

  • Reply Groudon0199 February 6, 2020 at 7:07 pm

    I had the SNES version as a kid. Ceave's initial reactions mirrored mine every time I tried to play it. I never figured out what to do, and the only screens I ever saw were the artifact room, time machine, and surfing game.

  • Reply Thorin Brokenshield-Smaug D.J.S February 6, 2020 at 7:07 pm

    20301st

  • Reply Bismoose February 6, 2020 at 7:08 pm

    "I swear he used to do metal concerts"

  • Reply Ana-Maria Balasca February 6, 2020 at 7:13 pm

    You got to thank that game for mario and luigi partners in time

  • Reply jules duteyrat February 6, 2020 at 7:16 pm

    In the dino minigame, mario is holding a bag so i think u have too catch enough eggs to summon yoshi.

  • Reply Whitegroth February 6, 2020 at 7:17 pm

    This Mario maker 2 level is insane

  • Reply Goat Cheese February 6, 2020 at 7:17 pm

    0:33 what’s MARIO doing on those plants?!?!

  • Reply Sangyoon Sim February 6, 2020 at 7:18 pm

    I think Super Mario 2 is the worst Mario game…

    That wasn't meant to be a Mario game…

  • Reply Itsa_Me ILM February 6, 2020 at 7:19 pm

    Mario is the time of the year to come to the lake Lamode is the day you get caught off the day before you go to the lake Lamode is the day you want to put your own music in the right AirPod is the day you get caught off the day before you go to the lake Lamode is the day you get caught off the day before you go to

  • Reply dhi_awesome February 6, 2020 at 7:20 pm

    The surfing minigame reminds me of a book I read as a kid
    It was called Surfer Joe iirc, basically a teenager finds a future surfboard and surfs through time until he randomly ends up finding the owner of the board, and getting sent back to his time
    It's honestly a kinda fun read

  • Reply 0MindSwept0 February 6, 2020 at 7:21 pm

    "Porting something on to the NES for no reason at all" lmbo HahaPoint

  • Reply Heather Merhout February 6, 2020 at 7:28 pm

    Hearing the name “Ludwig van Beethoven” uttered by someone who actually speaks German is one of the most satisfying sounds a music nerd can hear. 😍

  • Reply Mizter Azom February 6, 2020 at 7:28 pm

    Ceave: shows Hotel Mario cutscene
    Everyone: Huzzah! A man of quality!

  • Reply DerNoob February 6, 2020 at 7:29 pm

    10:15 If Somebody would only See this the Person could think that you are german

  • Reply banana February 6, 2020 at 7:31 pm

    way too l;ong video imo for one game, put a few games in one vid

  • Reply GabrielChiari February 6, 2020 at 7:31 pm

    If you click in the dinosaur egg in the specific frame in that strange minigame, and then wait 20 hours, you get a secret mission where Mario go back in time and prevents this game from ever being made.

  • Reply The CHONKY Wuf February 6, 2020 at 7:36 pm

    The thumbnail makes it look like Mario is pissing into a patch of grass

  • Reply DuSAprukiyathan February 6, 2020 at 7:38 pm

    "How do we time travel? By committing suicide"
    Kingdom Hearts theme fades in

  • Reply kilmindaro3 February 6, 2020 at 7:39 pm

    Next episode, recreating Mario's Time Machine in Mario Maker.

    It's surprisingly simple.

  • Reply Alysha Raedt February 6, 2020 at 7:42 pm

    I think Mario is carrying a basket in the dino minigame. You are probably suppoused to catch the falling eggs in the badket.

  • Reply Anonymimus February 6, 2020 at 7:47 pm

    10:43 – They should use that font in the upper right hand corner somewhere on Twitch ^^

  • Reply архив канал February 6, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    Every YTP be like: *Mario noises from cd games*

  • Reply Anonymous February 6, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    2:23 – So it's a direct rip-off of "Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego?", then. Like, a completely shameless 100% copy. Okay then. That's a great start.

  • Reply Zaleucus February 6, 2020 at 7:52 pm

    And worst of all… EVERYTHING.

  • Reply Owen Frey February 6, 2020 at 7:52 pm

    Koopa Dance

  • Reply Zealous Hellion February 6, 2020 at 7:54 pm

    I am immediately receptive to this series, super excited to see how it goes

  • Reply Daniel Naumann February 6, 2020 at 7:55 pm

    This man loves Mario significantly more than Peach does…

  • Reply Zaleucus February 6, 2020 at 8:01 pm

    What were they thinkiiinggg.

  • Reply Miguel Alberola Cano February 6, 2020 at 8:03 pm

    I prefer the super mario maker videos 🙁
    (or the coin ones)

  • Reply DrRadula February 6, 2020 at 8:05 pm

    but all of them were annoyed, for a third port was made

  • Reply A Different Channel February 6, 2020 at 8:09 pm

    Mario's time machine uses a super mario world inspired mario sprite, and a super mario bros 3 style bowser sprite

  • Reply Inconclusion Inc. February 6, 2020 at 8:12 pm

    Gosh, marios time machine reminds me of poptropica

  • Reply Kristóf Muzsik February 6, 2020 at 8:14 pm

    What's problem with Mario & Wario? It's a genuinely fun and well-made game.

  • Reply Wallonice Mapper February 6, 2020 at 8:17 pm

    "First second concert" ~Ceave 2020

  • Reply 1Gewinner Twitch February 6, 2020 at 8:20 pm

    Nice Nintendo very good a gamble Game for children

  • Reply ISmellPurple February 6, 2020 at 8:21 pm

    11:46 it looks like it worked after you caught one of the crap-eggs in the basket

  • Reply HOTSTUFF DX February 6, 2020 at 8:23 pm

    The ONE time Mario was used to teach kids typing? Sorry Ceave, there's something you need to know

  • Reply Lutz Brucher February 6, 2020 at 8:28 pm

    I love your Videos😍
    Your making this game interesting.
    And i love how you you say Ludwig van Beethoven cause i thought for a few Times you Need to be german. In one Video your Browser is in german.

    Und jetzt frag ich mich wieso ich eigentlich auf englisch schreibe 😂
    Grüße

  • Reply ossi_ February 6, 2020 at 8:29 pm

    This game is just a rip off of Poptropica Time Tangled Island.

  • Reply Meme Boi February 6, 2020 at 8:33 pm

    No need to cover Hotel Mario. It’s a masterpiece.

  • Reply Razer Gamezz February 6, 2020 at 8:33 pm

    Ceave:sings
    Me:We have found the holy grail, as to why humans are in existence

  • Reply B750 D February 6, 2020 at 8:39 pm

    This video is 20:19 long, so last decade

  • Reply Plasmariel February 6, 2020 at 8:40 pm

    I had fun memories with Mario is Missing, how dare you, especially at the end when Peach is… whoops

  • Reply Andrew Zhang February 6, 2020 at 8:42 pm

    Some of the parts of the soundtrack are really ok.

  • Reply A Blob February 6, 2020 at 8:44 pm

    If you won't cover Paper Mario: Sticker Star, it's not a true worst Mario games list. :p

  • Reply John Daigle February 6, 2020 at 8:45 pm

    Mario is missing! Had that Weegee meme back then

  • Reply MindinViolet February 6, 2020 at 8:46 pm

    Ceave: “.. into the Timulator. Once entered successfully …”
    Me: “What on earth is a Timulator?”

  • Reply UrHoe February 6, 2020 at 8:52 pm

    Ich finde deine Videos so nice weil ich keine anderen Youtuber kenne die 1000+ Stunden schlechte mario games antun
    Respekt

  • Reply Horváth Áron February 6, 2020 at 8:54 pm

    I have actually completed every game of these:

    Mario is Missing
    Mario's Time machine NES
    Mario's Time machine SNES

  • Reply Jasan February 6, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    Don't let the contents of this video distract you from the fact that Beethoven was deaf when he published the 9th Symphony and thus couldn't even hear Mario's question about it. Funny that the wiki doesn't mention this.

  • Reply SonicMaster Sword February 6, 2020 at 9:01 pm

    I recommend looking at some of the Game and Watch titles.

  • Reply stwbmc98 February 6, 2020 at 9:03 pm

    This is just an idea, but maybe you should rank all of the games in this series in order from best to worst, like I Hate Everything does in his Search for the Worst series.

  • Reply Sean Timmerman February 6, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    The minigame works by catching the eggs in the basket. And then putting it in the nest

  • Reply Skeletor The Best February 6, 2020 at 9:08 pm

    Nice of the princess to invite us over for a YouTube Poop, eh, Luigi?

  • Reply Paula Liska February 6, 2020 at 9:13 pm

    Hallo, wie geht's? (German for What's up?)

  • Reply Stoplight 25 February 6, 2020 at 9:14 pm

    i think your supposed to catch the eggs in the basket and then put them in the hole (which is a dinosaur nest) and hatch yoshi.

  • Reply Error 404 February 6, 2020 at 9:15 pm

    4:29 Beethoven's 9th Symphony is written in D Minor, and the key signature on the paper isn't D Minor. Checkmate

  • Reply Doxxed Info February 6, 2020 at 9:15 pm

    I think the mini game at like 11:55
    The point is to collect eggs in the basket then once you have enough, click on the hole and yoshi will appear?

  • Reply LordParad0x February 6, 2020 at 9:16 pm

    Am I the only one, that doesn't see Ludwig but another famous austrian person at 7:10?

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