When Papa Louie runs off on another adventure, Delivery Boy Roy is left in charge of Papa's Pizzeria. Unfortunately for Roy, the customers are use to Papa Louie's style of fully custom pizzas. Whether it is 8 pepperonis everywhere and 2 olives on the lower half, or a 10 onion pizza cooked well done and cut in 4 slices, there is no telling what they will come up with. So master the 4 stations. This is the fully translated English version of the Chinese game Bio Hazrd for the NES.Bio Hazard, also called Resident Evil, is a Famicom pirate made by Waixing in 2003 based on Resident Evil for the PlayStation.
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Haru-ōji as seen at the end of the film
Haru-ōji is the prince of an unseen land known as Flower-koku. He exclusively appears in the anime movie Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen!
Haru as Kibidango
He first appears in the beginning of the movie as a teal dog (capable of limited speech) named Kibidango. He shows up inside the grocery shortly after Miss Endless leaves, sent by Kinoko Sennin after Mario called the author of Luigi's treasure-hunting book for more information on their gemstone. However, he mauls Mario and takes it. Mario, not wishing to part with the last remnant of his love Princess Peach, and Luigi, not wanting to lose their ticket to the Mushroom Kingdom, chase after Kibidango, following him into some seemingly ordinary pipes. These pipes, though, turn out to be Warp Pipes, and they transport Mario, Luigi, and Kibidango to the Mushroom Kingdom. Once the three reach a cave in the far-off kingdom, Kibidango rushes behind Kinoko Sennin for protection. Mario and Luigi then learn what King Koopa did to Peach and the Mushroom Kingdom's inhabitants from the hermit, and the brothers eventually decide to embark to the castle and save the princess and her kingdom. After some persuasion from Kinoko Sennin, Kibidango joins the brothers on their quest, occasionally offering help and advice to the adventuring pair (and actually pulling his weight in adventuring more than even Luigi, who was depicted in the anime as very greedy and somewhat unreliable).
By the end of the film, Mario and Luigi defeat King Koopa and rescue the princess. The two also lift all of King Koopa's curses on the Mushroom Kingdom. When Mario returns the gemstone, Peach explains that it is the Brooch she grew up and knows of a legend that the owner of the second, nearly identical Brooch is a prince that will sweep her off her feet. Immediately afterwards, both Peach's Brooch and Kibidango shine, and Kibidango becomes a human named Haru. He explains that he was turned into a dog by King Koopa when he ventured to the Mushroom Kingdom to find his significant other (much to Mario's dismay). Shortly afterwards, Peach understands that the two must return to the shop and thanks them for all they have done, and they reply that they will happily come back to the rescue should the need arise. As they leave the prince and princess to their happily ever after, Haru reaffirms his gratitude.
Names in other languages
Papa's Pizzeria Game
Pizza Pop Mario Nes Rom
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Mahgo from the comic 'Sag niemals Holerö!'
Mahgo is a man appearing exclusively in the Club Nintendo comic 'Sag niemals Holerö!'. He is an ally of Mario, TicToc and Bomberman, telling them about secret powers they have.
Mahgo has blond hair, a large head (the reason for which is that he is omniscient, according to himself) and is wearing only a short white toga during the events of the comic. Another striking feature is that he is smoking a hookah.
Mario and his friends stumble across him in Frankfurt, Germany, in an Indian restaurant called Taj Mahal. They had to get through a maze of filing cabinets in order to find him. Mahgo tells each of the friends about a secret power they have and have not known about before. According to Mahgo, TicToc is able to freeze time for a few moments, while Bomberman can throw bombs. Mario, finally, has the gift to turn toilet brushes into zippers. When they leave contently, Mahgo quietly characterizes them as 'weirdos' to himself.