These Mobile Mario Clones Need to Watch out When Mario Hits Mobile

Rufio Adventures

No, not that Rufio.

This game could be way, way worse. But it could also be way, way better. It's basically Super Mario Bros. 3 with random levels, some new power-ups and neat backdrops. It doesn't have the music, sound effects and functioning control scheme.

It's easy to see that this game didn't want to be a straight-up clone, but the laziness of the developers wound landing it in a weird in between-zone, where it's not really a clone, but it's not really its own game, either.

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Published Oct. 30th 2016
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