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'''''Dr. Mario''''' is a puzzle game released for both the [[Nintendo Entertainment System]] and [[Game Boy]], and the first title in the ''Dr. Mario'' spin-off series of {{ser|Super Mario}} games. In Japan, both versions of the game were released simultaneously in July 1990. In North America, the NES version was released first in October 1990, while the Game Boy version was released in December. In Europe, the Game Boy version was released first in April 1991, while the NES version was released later, in June 1991.
 
'''''Dr. Mario''''' is a puzzle game released for both the [[Nintendo Entertainment System]] and [[Game Boy]], and the first title in the ''Dr. Mario'' spin-off series of {{ser|Super Mario}} games. In Japan, both versions of the game were released simultaneously in July 1990. In North America, the NES version was released first in October 1990, while the Game Boy version was released in December. In Europe, the Game Boy version was released first in April 1991, while the NES version was released later, in June 1991.
  
==Development==
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Originally, the game was known as '''Virus''', and some references to Mario did not exist.
Originally, the game was known as '''Virus''' (as supported by leaked prototypes), and some references to Mario did not exist. Further, the title screen was entirely different not featuring Mario at all. The gameplay (at least in concept) would be the same but the pill movement/clearing would involve curing a sick animal on the left side of the screen.
 
  
 
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