Remember Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins? Wario tried to take over Mario's
castle, but he didn't have much luck. Wario, being the persistent guy he is, has
not given up. Now, he wants a castle more than ever before.
One day, Wario was practicing being mean when he thought to himself, "Rumor has it that the pirates of Kitchen Island have stolen the giant golden statue of Princess Toadstool. Mario is looking for it but, if I find it first, I could cash it in for a princess' ransom. With that cash and the other pirates' other treasures and coins, I could buy a palace that is way bigger than Mario's pathetic excuse for a castle. Ga, ha, ha, ha...! What am I waiting for?"
Full of confidence, Wario took off. He didn't even stop to think of how tough the Brown Sugar Pirates were. Their leader, Captain Syrup was known the world over for being a really rotten and ruthless guy.
Can Wario find the coins and treasures hidden on Kitchen Island? What will his new palace look like? Will he keep being so mean and ugly? Let's find out!
-With my 'body slam', I'm not afraid of pirates.
--From the Gameboy Wario Land - Super Mario Land 3 instruction manual.
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 was a pretty fun game to play. It took about 3 hours or so to beat it. The power-ups Wario gets are cool, like his rabbit helmet that gives him a jetpack. It also had a gambling game that was pretty fun. The only thing that didn't really make sense about it was that there seemed to be almost no use for the money you won in the gambling game. As far as I can tell, how many coins you had was a measure just like score used to be. There wasn't a score counter in this game, so I guess that was the purpose of coins. This game is definitely worth a shot if you like games from the Mario series.
|B Button||Dash/Use powerup|
|Be careful, if you have a powerup that is better than a mushroom, and you get a mushroom, you will be reduced to the plain big Wario.|