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Miyamoto developed Mario with the idea of using him as a "go to" character that could be put into any title as needed, albeit in cameo appearances, as at the time Miyamoto was not expecting Mario to become popular.
Over time, Mario's appearance has become more defined; blue eyes, white gloves, brown shoes, a red "M" in a white circle on the front of his hat and gold buttons on his overalls have been added.
The carpenter mistreats the ape and Donkey Kong escapes to kidnap Jumpman's girlfriend, originally known as the Lady, but later named Pauline.
The player must take the role of Jumpman and rescue the girl.
Originally, Miyamoto wanted to create a video game that used the characters Popeye, Bluto, and Olive Oyl.
At the time, however, Miyamoto was unable to acquire a license to use the characters (and would not until 1982 with Popeye), so he ended up making an unnamed player character, Donkey Kong, and Lady (later known as Pauline).
In the early stages of Donkey Kong, Mario was unable to jump, and the focus was to escape a maze.
However, Miyamoto enabled Mario to jump, saying "If you had a barrel rolling towards you, what would you do?
Outside of the Super Mario platform series, other Mario genres include the Mario Kart racing series, sports games such as the Mario Tennis and Mario Golf series, role-playing games such as Super Mario RPG and Paper Mario, and educational games such as Mario Is Missing! The franchise has branched into several media, including television shows, film, comics, and licensed merchandise.
Jumpman was later renamed "Mario" in the 1982 arcade game Donkey Kong Junior, the only game in which he has been portrayed as an antagonist.
In the 1983 arcade game Mario Bros., Mario and his younger brother Luigi are portrayed as Italian-American who have to defeat creatures that have been coming from the sewers below New York City. for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Mario saves Princess Toadstool (later known as Princess Peach) of the Mushroom Kingdom from King Koopa.
For the platform game series featuring the character, see Super Mario.
For the franchise featuring the character, see Mario (franchise).
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For other uses, see Mario (disambiguation).) is a fictional character in the Mario video game franchise, owned by Nintendo and created by Japanese video game designer Shigeru Miyamoto.