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Mario Teaches Typing 2
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Developer(s) Interplay
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date NA October 31, 1996
Genre(s) Educational
Mode(s) Single Player
Ratings ESRB: Kids to Adults
Media CD-ROM
Previous game Mario Teaches Typing
Next game N/A

Mario Teaches Typing 2 is the sequel to Mario Teaches Typing.

Gameplay

Mario and Luigi were walking by Bowser's Castle one day when a mysterious typewriter appeared in front of them suddenly. To their amazement, the typewriter starts typing by itself. When it is finished, Mario takes the paper out of the typewriter and right before his eyes, it transforms into a scroll. The scroll reads: "The Magical Typewriter is the key to beating Bowser. You must type the magic words onto the scroll to cast the spell which will destroy Bowser's Castle. "Be forewarned, however, that if the magic words are not typed exactly, the Magical Typewriter will self-destruct into pieces. The Magical Typewriter then floats in front of Mario. Taking the warning to heart, Mario pockets the scroll and begins typing. However, he proves to be a terrible typist:

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Before Mario can go on any further, the Magical Typewriter explodes into three pieces, which land in different places. One piece fell into the river, another fell somewhere on Mario and Luigi's side of the river, and the last one fell on the other side of the river. Mario and Luigi decide to recover all of the pieces and improve Mario's typing skills in order to type the spell correctly and ensure their victory.

Trivia

  • This game introduced "The Mario Head", a infamous floating head.
  • The "target demographic" shown on the box art is apparently 6-101.
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The Mario Head.

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