Miss playing Super Mario 64? You can now play the classic game right in your browser, thanks to Unity developer Roystan Ross.
The ‘Super Mario 64 HD’ game created by the developer is a recreation of Super Mario 64’s first level, Bob-Omb Battlefield. To keep everything as close to the original classic, Ross hasn’t made much changes to the game except for some minor differences. The red coins and the Wing Cap have been replaced with giant springs and coin blocks.
The game can be played right in your browser on Windows, Mac as well as Linus operating system. Gamepad support is available too but needs to be set up in the controls menu before you can use it to play the game.
For Unity developers, the game can also be downloaded as a zip package.
You will find the links to play the game in your browser at the source link below.