Super Mario Clouds is an old Mario Brothers cartridge which I modified to erase everything but the clouds. Check below for the ROM, a link to the source code, a gif, and instructions on how 2 make it yourself. So, first the gif,……when I originally posted this on the Internet in 02, the web wasn’t actually able to contain video (it sounds funny now, but remember youtube didn’t start making waves till like 05ish??), therefore I made a gif of the video. Of the gazillion bootlegs of this project, most are from this gif. Enjoy! Next, how to we make this ourselves? If you are looking to make this yourself below I have posted a short tutorial on how to make one. FYI, I am sure there is a better NES modding tutorial out there, this one is10 years old, and a bit short and worse for wear. But if you must, yes, please continue. There have been several people over the years who have made themselves this project.
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