|Mario is Missing!|
The boxart for the Nintendo Entertainment System's version.
|Developer(s)||The Sofware Toolworks (NES)|
Radical Entertainment (SNES, PC)
|Release date||(MS-DOS) 1992, (NES and SNES) 1993|
|Platform(s)||MS-DOS, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Media||1 CD-Rom (DOS)|
5 Floppy disks (DOS)
2 Mbit Cartridge (NES)
8 Mbit Cartridge (SNES)
|Input methods||NES: NES Controller |
Super Nintendo: SNES Controller
Disc Operating System: Mouse
Mario is Missing! is an educational video game released for the PC in 1992 and then for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. The game was developed by The Software Toolworks (Raidcal Entertainment for the SNES and PC versions) and published by Mindscape.
Taken directly from the Super Nintendo Entertainment System version's manual;
Oh no! Bowser and his bad boys are back to a life of crime. This time, it's not Mario World -- it's your world! From his Antarctic castle, Bowser hustles his cold-blooded crew of cantankerous Koopas into his powerful Passcode Operated Remote Transport And Larceny System (PORTALS). The twisted turtles transport themselves throughout the globe, where celebrated cities suffer shocking crime waves, as turtles trash landmarks and loot ancient artifacts. With dough from his slimy sales, Bowser hoards hair dryers from the Hafta-Havit Hotline. His plot? Melt Antarctica and flood the planet! Whoa!