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Mario's Cement Factory

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Mario's Cement Factory
マリオズ・セメントファクトリー
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Developer(s): Nintendo R&D1
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Game & Watch
Category: Action
Players: 1
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
Pricing
DSi Points

200

Release dates
Worldwide:

April 28, 1983 (Tabletop)
June 16, 1983 (New Wide Screen)

Ratings
ACB:

G (DSiWare)

CERO:

A (DSiWare)

ESRB:

E (DSiWare)

PEGI:

3 (DSiWare)

USK:

0 (DSiWare)

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Mario's Cement Factory is a game in the Game & Watch series. Two versions of the game were produced: one for the Tabletop series (CM-72), released in April 1983, and one for the New Wide Screen series (ML-102), released in June 1983.

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Nintendo website (DSiWare)[edit]

Move Mario to different levels of the factory by riding elevators, dumping loads of cement from mixers into trucks.
Nintendo first began releasing the Game & Watch series in 1980. This collection of games was available on portable LCD devices, and each title featured a game and a clock. Each Game & Watch title features two modes of play: GAME A (normal difficulty) and GAME B (more advanced play). While some controls have been changed in the DSiWare version to better suit the Nintendo DSi system, the appearance of the game itself has not been altered.

Conveyor belts carry tubs of cement to the mixers below. Use the elevators to move Mario to different levels of the factory, dumping cement from the top mixers to the mixers below and into the trucks. Earn points for every load of cement you drop from the mixers to the cement truck. Receive mistake icons by letting a mixer overflow with cement, trying to get on an elevator when you are not level with it, or hitting the floor or ceiling while riding an elevator; receive three mistake icons, and it’s game over!

Nintendo DSi Shop[edit]

Nintendo first began releasing the Game & Watch series in 1980. This collection of games was available on portable LCD devices, and each title featured a game and a clock. Each Game & Watch title features two modes of play: GAME A (normal difficulty) and GAME B (more advanced play). While some controls have been changed in the DSiWare version to better suit the Nintendo DSi system, the appearance of the game itself has not been altered.

Conveyor belts carry tubs of cement to the mixers below. Use the elevators to move Mario to different levels of the factory, dumping cement from the top mixers to the mixers below and into the trucks. Earn points for every load of cement you drop from the mixers to the cement truck. Receive mistake icons by letting a mixer overflow with cement, trying to get on an elevator when you are not level with it, or hitting the floor or ceiling while riding an elevator; receive three mistake icons, and it’s game over!

Gameplay[edit]

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Technical details[edit]

Technical Details
Media

Game & Watch
Digital download (DSiWare)

Download size

DSi: 14 blocks

Input / compatible controllers

Game & Watch
DSi: Nintendo DSi

Other releases[edit]

Title Boxart Console Release Date(s) Notes
Game Boy Gallery Game Boy 1995 An updated version of Mario's Cement Factory is included in this game.


Game & Watch Gallery 4 Game Boy Advance 2002 A recreation of Mario's Cement Factory is available in this game, as well as a modern version. Notably, the modern variant is set in a cookie factory rather than a cement factory.


Game & Watch: Mario's Cement Factory Nintendo DS (DSiWare) NA: March 22, 2010
JP: August 19, 2009
EU: March 26, 2010
A recreation of the original Gold release of Manhole, released as a digital download on the Nintendo DSi Shop.


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