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Mario Forever (also known as Super Mario 3: Mario Forever) is a PC fan game based on one of the most popular Nintendo games, Super Mario Bros. The game has been developed by Softendo (Buziol Games until 2009). The game reproduces classic styles of Super Mario Bros., with slightly different graphics and musics from non-Mario games. The game has become popular, reaching the highest position in Platformer Games in CNET Downloads, receiving more than 10 million downloads.⠀

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If you download the game at, it can't close the program. Also, scan the setup files there have been several reports of virus in copies of mario Forever versions

Mario Forever has gone by numerous updates throughout years since its first version in 2003. Latest version is 7.02-31, released in 2017.

The following is a table which contains all known versions of Mario Forever developed and released.

Version Release date Description Changelog
1.15 September 8, 2003 This is the very first known version of Mario Forever made by Buziol Games, although it hasn't been subject of acknowledgement. This version has been lost... forever?
1.16 January 2, 2004 A slightly update of 1.15. This version has been lost too. Unknown
1.16.1 January 30, 2004 First version officially released to public. This version had some problems however, with bugs and other issues that were changed. After all, it takes forever to make a perfect game, right?
  • Hardware improvements.
  • Difficulty altered.
  • New chamber added.
  • Some displays have been fixed (not 100% sure).
  • Changed enemy frequencies.
  • MF Info added.
  • Decoration changes in some levels.
  • Some levels' length have been increased.
2.16 December 8, 2004 Probably the most known older version. This version of Mario Forever contains its very first extra world, WWW.GRY.o2.COM, which will be known in future as "Human Laboratory World".
  • The Ending Cutscene no longer has counters on screen.
  • World WWW.GRY.o2.COM added.
  • Game's directory has been changed to its own, instead of C:\Windows.
  • World 4-1 passage has been added in World 1-2.
  • Up arrow and jump keys bug has been fixed.
  • World 4-2 time limit increased.
  • End level gate's music has been slightly altered.
  • Flamethrowers in World 8-4 had been changed to have a much longer reload time, causing it to slightly reduced the difficulty.
3.0 December 31, 2005 After one year without releases, Buziol Games updated the game to v3.0, without many differences.
  • Darkness in World 3-4 has been decreased, reducing difficulty as well.
  • World WWW.GRY.o2.COM has been renamed as Human Laboratory World.
  • The game has been renamed as "Super Mario 3: Mario Forever".
3.50 January 16, 2006 New update containing some new extras, like Hardcore Worlds.
  • Now game can be played both windowed and full screen modes.
  • Hardcore Worlds 1 and 2 have been added.
  • Mario Minix minigame has been added.
  • Goomba Party extra level has been added.
3.5 February 3, 2006 Very little update of its previous version.
4 July 18, 2006 One of the most known versions so far.

It contains more extra worlds and

levels, as well as secret passages.

  • The Lost Map has been added.
  • Koopa the Devastator[2] level has been added.
  • Funny Tanks? has been added.
  • World 3-1 passage has been added in World 1-4,
  • World 8-1 passage has been added in World 3-1.
  • MF Info had been removed from the game files completely.
4.0 August 16, 2006 Probably THE most known version so far. It introduces the well know Mario Worker

level editor.

  • Mario Worker level editor has been added.
4.1 November 16, 2006 A slightly update of the previous version.

This is also the last version of Michal Gdaniec having the name of his company "Buziol Games".

4.15 May 5, 2009 After a very long hiatus, Michal Gdaniec changed the company's name to "Softendo" and released a new version of Mario Forever.
  • Developer name changed.
4.4 July 8, 2009 New version containing some new extras.
  • Koopa Troopa Liberation has been added.
  • Starman Running has been added.
  • Checkpoints added in all basic levels.
5.0 November 24, 2010 This version of Mario Forever got drastic changes in musics, transitions and

plenty of bugs.

This is due to its move from MMF1.5 to MMF2 Dev.

  • Game engine changed from MMF1.5 to MMF2 Dev.
  • Framerate changed from 50 to 60.
  • World 2-1 final part has been enhanced.
  • Green Koopa Troopas and Red Spinies' speed slightly decreased.
  • Tutorial-like signs added in Worlds 1-1 and 1-4.
5.01 January 14, 2011 Slight update.
  • Bug fixing.
5.011 June 22, 2011 Slight update.
  • Updated setup.
5.013 July 8, 2011 Slight update.
  • Updated setup.
5.05 July 21, 2011 New version. Since this version the game has got many viruses. However, Softendo

tried inserting an anti-Trojan system, which didn't turn out to be really successful.

  • Game's anti-trojan increased (?).
  • Fade out animation transition has been omitted.
5.08 August 28, 2011 New version. New additions.

5.08B September

12, 2011

Slight update.
  • Updated setup.
5.08dx November 28, 2011 This version doesn't contain anything new, apart unfortunately a lot of bugs appearing

in various levels.

5.9 December 12, 2011 New version. Nothing, other than more bugs.
5.91 April 2, 2012 Slight update.
  • Updated setup.
6.0 Beta February 22, 2013 One of the latest versions. It's the first to contain a fan-made world made by someone else. This version contains also the most bug fixing than

all other versions. It's also infamous for have introduced the bad-looked World of Stupidity.

  • Syzxchulun's World 9 has been added (although it isn't the original, since Softendo has changed it).
  • Huge bug fixing.
  • World of Stupidity has been added.
6.01 Beta March 11, 2013 New version. More bugs here have been fixed.
6.01 May 9, 2013 Latest version so far. More bug fixing, as well as new incoming.




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