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Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure

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Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure
Dr. MARIO ギャクテン!特効薬 & 細菌撲滅
Dr. Mario Gyakuten! Tokkōyaku & Saikin Bokumetsu
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Developer(s): Arika
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Category: Puzzle
Players: 1
Predecessor: Dr. Luigi
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
Release dates
N. America:

June 11, 2015

Japan:

May 31, 2015

Europe:

June 11, 2015

Australia:

June 11, 2015

S. Korea:

May 26, 2016

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Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure is the sixth original title in the Dr. Mario series, released exclusively as a Nintendo 3DS download in 2015.

In South Korea, the game was released exclusively as part of a bundle with Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, and could only be downloaded between May 26 and August 31, 2016.[1]

Blurb[edit]

Nintendo website[edit]

Use new power-ups in the ultimate Dr. Mario™ game on the go!

Puzzle fans, here's your fix: the ultimate Dr. Mario game—on the go! Play classic-style, Dr. Luigi-style, or in Virus Buster mode, using new power-ups called Miracle Cures that will have you and your friends wiping out those pesky viruses like the doc himself.

Dr. Mario is back with a new arsenal of treatments. In the Miracle Cure Laboratory, you'll take on preset challenges with normal, two-sided pills and L-shaped pills. To aid your recovery, you'll fill a special gauge to earn Miracle Cures that will help alleviate your ailments. Pop in powerful Blasters to disinfect a section of the bottle, or apply cleverly placed Zappers to wipe out entire rows or columns. Then, self-prescribe some Miracle Cure power-ups in endless Dr. Mario or Dr. Luigi game modes to balance out your intake. A caution from the doctor: challenging your friends locally or online may be habit forming.

Nintendo eShop[edit]

Puzzle fans, here's your fix: the ultimate Dr. Mario game—on the go! Play classic-style, Dr. Luigi-style, or in Virus Buster mode, using new power-ups called Miracle Cures that will have you and your friends wiping out those pesky viruses like the doc himself.

Dr. Mario is back with a new arsenal of treatments. In the Miracle Cure Laboratory, you'll take on preset challenges with normal, two-sided pills and L-shaped pills. To aid your recovery, you'll fill a special gauge to earn Miracle Cures that will help alleviate your ailments. Pop in powerful Blasters to disinfect a section of the bottle, or apply cleverly placed Zappers to wipe out entire rows or columns. Then, self-prescribe some Miracle Cure power-ups in endless Dr. Mario or Dr. Luigi game modes to balance out your intake. A caution from the doctor: challenging your friends locally or online may be habit forming.

Gameplay[edit]

Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure features three gameplay modes: Dr. Mario, the series standard gameplay, Dr. Luigi, the "Operation L" mode introduced in Dr. Luigi, and Germ Buster, in which the player must drag constantly falling capsules onto Viruses. In the standard gameplay mode only the player can toggle on or off the Miracle Cure item. This item can only be obtained by filling a gauge on the side of the screen and has various effects depending on the cure, such as clearing an entire row or column, destroying all viruses of a single color, or destroying all Viruses and capsules in a given radius.

Players can play the game with other players online, or they can play locally either through Local Play or Download Play. In multiplayer, players can either play classic Dr. Mario multiplayer, or one of two Virus Buster modes.

Technical details[edit]

Technical Details
Media

Digital download (Nintendo 3DS)

Download size

498 blocks

Supported features

Nintendo Network (online play), Local Play / Download Play (2 players)

Input / compatible controllers

Nintendo 3DS

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure on Nintendo of Korea's website. Retrieved August 18, 2016.


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