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Paper Mario Developer(s) Intelligent Systems Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Ryota Kawade Toshitaka Muramatsu Takahiro Ogi Hironobu Suzuk Producer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Kenji Miki Composer(s) Yuka Tsujiyoko Taishi Senda Series Paper Mario Platform(s) Nintendo 64, iQue Player, Virtual Console ( Wii, Wii U) Release Nintendo 64: August 11, 2000 JP: February 5, 2001 NA: October 5, 2001 EU: October 5, 2001 AU: April 26, 2002 ESP: iQue Player: June 8, 2004 CHN: March 11, 2005 NA: Virtual Console (Wii): March 11, 2007 ESP: July 10, 2007 JP: July 13, 2007 EU: July 13, 2007 AU: July 16, 2007 NA: Virtual Console (Wii U): April 30, 2015 NA: May 21, 2015 EU: May 22, 2015 AU: July 15, 2015 JP: June 4, 2016 ESP: Genre(s) Platform, role-playing Mode(s) Single-player
is a Paper Mario Nintendo 64 role-playing game released in 2000. It features Mario in his paper form. The game was sold for Virtual Console on the Wii in 2007 and the Wii U's Virtual Console in 2015. It was followed by five sequels: (2004), Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2007), Super Paper Mario (2012), Paper Mario: Sticker Star (2016), and Paper Mario: Color Splash (2020).
Paper Mario: The Origami King
Bowser uses the Star Rod, he interrupts the party hosted by Princess Peach and the castle is lifted into outer space. As the game progresses, Mario rescues Peach, defeats Bowser and uses the Star Rod to restore the castle.