Super Mario 64: Chaos Edition: One Bad Trip Through the Mushroom Kingdom

Super Mario 64: Chaos Edition: One Bad Trip Through the Mushroom Kingdom

You may have played Super Mario 64 before, but you've never played it like THIS.

Odds are, if you're 23 or older, you no doubt know Super Mario 64 like the back of your hand. Nintendo got their first take on the 3D platformer absolutely right, which resulted in a game that left us all transfixed in the mid-90s—and one that's still very playable today.

Of course, sometimes it's nice to be shaken out of your complacency, and that's where Super Mario 64: Chaos Edition comes in. This ROM hack, created by MOD maker Kaze Emanuar, essentially drops in random GameShark codes while you play, resulting in an unpredictable and, at times, terrifying experience. Check out the video below to see this amazing hack in action, and before you alert the FBI to my nefarious actions, keep in mind I own the original game in several formats. Remember, kids: Winners don't use ROMs.

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