Dr. Mario 64

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Dr. Mario 64
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Director(s) Hitoshi Yamagami
Yoshiyuki Kato
Producer(s) Genyo Takeda
Junichi Yakahi
Designer(s) Hitoshi Yamagami
Kazushi Maeda
Yohei Fujigawa
Composer(s) Seiichi Tokunaga
Platform(s) Nintendo 64, iQue Player
Release date(s) Nintendo 64
NA April 8, 2001
iQue Player
CHN November 17, 2003
Genre(s) Puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Dr. Mario 64 is a puzzle video game made by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64 video game console. It was released on April 8, 2001.[1] It was the last Mario game released for the Nintendo 64. It is an updated version of Dr. Mario, which was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy in 1990.

Gameplay[change | edit source]

The gameplay of Dr. Mario 64 is to make sure vitamins of the same color are lined-up together. There are three colors of vitamins: red, blue, and yellow. The player has to clear the field of viruses by dropping capsules with two colors on them. The player moves the capsules as they fall by moving them left or right and rotating them. The player gets points by killing viruses. The game ends if the bottle fills up with capsules.

Up to four players can play the game at once. There are different types of single-player modes, as well as modes for two players to play at once.

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