Animation by @Tanooki98
These custom models are made with the intention to follow the style of their respective time periods and games.
Model Table of Contents
Mario (Mario Series)
By: AndratVA, ThaGurlTilly, TitoShroom, Tanooki98
"Mario is the main character and titular protagonist of the long-running and highly successful video game franchise of the same name. He was created by Japanese video game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and serves as the main mascot of Nintendo. Mario made his first appearance as the protagonist of the arcade game Donkey Kong, released in 1981 (in which he took the alias "Jumpman")."
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Waluigi (Mario Series)
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Wario (Mario Series)
By: @DorfDork, @andratva, @mariokettheidio, @ThaGurlTilly
"Wario is a recurring character in the Mario franchise, designed to be an arch-rival to Mario. He is a muscular, hot-tempered, obese, and greedy character, usually playing the role of an anti-hero or an antagonist; he has also gone on to become a protagonist of his series of games, including the Wario Land titles and the WarioWare titles."
Yoshi (Mario Series)
"Yoshi is a dinosaur-like character that acts as an ally of Mario and Luigi and is the protagonist of his own franchise. Among members of the Yoshi species hailing from Yoshi's Island, any Yoshi may be identified as the "Yoshi" character, and as such, not all iterations of the character are necessarily the same one."
By: @DorfDork, @ThaGurlTilly, Danny-Mateâ„¢
"Hoot, Super Mario 64 Hoot, or the Owl, is a friendly owl who sleeps in a tree near Whomp's Fortress in Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 64 DS."
By: @DorfDork, @andratva, @ThaGurlTilly
"Toads, also known as the Mushroom People or simply Mushrooms, are a peaceful race of mushroom-like, humanoid characters and the dominant species of the Mushroom Kingdom."
By: @ThaGurlTilly, @DorfDork
"Amps are small electrified metal balls that have appeared as enemies throughout the Mario franchise. Their name stems from "ampere" (often shortened to "amp"), the standard unit of measurement for the flow of electrical currents."
By: @Bradleyisgone, @ThaGurlTilly, @DorfDork
"Bob-ombs (originally formatted as Bob-Ombs) are living, moving mechanical bombs with eyes, feet, and a wind-up key on the back."
"Boos (originally known as "Boo" Diddlys and later Boo Buddies) are common ghost enemies in the Mario franchise that first appear in Super Mario Bros. 3. They are a type of white, spherical ghost with menacing and normally open mouths."
By: @BoomSquid_mdl & @DorfDork
Bullet Bill (SM64)
By: @Bradleyisgone, @DorfDork@, BoomSquid_mdl
"Bullet Bills are anthropomorphic, bullet-like projectiles with arms in the Mario franchise, acting as common enemies. They are horizontally shot out of Bill Blasters, coupled with a firing sound effect to indicate their prescence, and fly in a straight line, going through walls."
Chain Chomp (SM64)
"Chain Chomps bear a resemblance to a ball and chain and are typified by their large, tooth-filled maws and incessant biting. Shigeru Miyamoto's inspiration for the Chain Chomps was from a childhood experience: a dog once ran up to him and tried to bite him, but the dog's chain held it back."
By: @DorfDork, @ThaGurlTilly
"Goombas resemble small brown mushrooms and are a fungus-based species like Toads, Amanitas, Spooks, and Shroobs. Goombas are physically weak and are not much of a threat to Mario or Luigi, since a single stomp usually defeats them"
By: Linearlink#9765, @DorfDork, @Bradleyisgone, @ThaGurlTilly
"Fly Guys, also just known as Shy Guys, are a variant of Shy Guy that have propellers on their heads."
King Bobomb (SM64)
By: @DorfDork & @ThaGurlTilly
"King Bob-omb (formerly known as the Big Bob-omb) is the king of the Bob-ombs who debuted in Super Mario 64, being the first boss fought in that game and its remake. Guarding the Power Star, which Bowser entrusted him with, he does not give it up without fighting the player."
By: @DorfDork, @ThaGurlTilly, @Bradleyisgone
"Koopa troopas are usually displayed as foot soldiers of the Koopa Troop, under the direct leadership of Bowser. Since Super Mario 64, however, not all Koopa Troopas work for Bowser (or any other villain), some of whom even act as allies to Mario during his adventures."
Mad Piano (SM64)
By: Linearlink#9765, @DorfDork, @ThaGurlTilly
"The Mad Piano is an enemy appearing in Super Mario 64 and Super Mario 64 DS. It is a monstrous animate piano that follows the playable character around when approached."
Mr I. (SM64)
"Its name is self-descriptive; Mr. I's seem to be nothing more than giant eyeballs. Additionally, Mr. I's are usually completely immobile, as they can only rotate around in place."
Piranha Plant (SM64)
"Piranha Plants (also known as Piranha Flowers and Piranhas and misspelled as pirana plants in early manuals and as Pirahna Flower in an Australian Nintendo Magazine System issue) are large, carnivorous plants encountered throughout the Mario franchise. They are seemingly based on Venus flytraps and eat anything that approaches them."
"Pokeys are cheerful cactus enemies that are typically composed of three to five spherical body segments. Depending on the game they appear in, Pokeys may have either flowers or spikes on their heads."
By: Linearlink#9765 & @DorfDork
"Scuttle Bugs first appear in Super Mario 64 and later in its remake, Super Mario 64 DS. They act similarly to Goombas; when in range, they charge at Mario, Yoshi, Luigi, or Wario, and punching and stepping on their heads defeat them. They live in the Hazy Maze Cave and outside Big Boo's Haunt."
"Skeeters are giant water skeeter enemies that are introduced in Super Mario 64. They appear in a few of the 3D Mario games. Like real water striders, they usually skim on the surface of water. Their name comes from "water skeeter," one of many alternate names for water striders."
By: Linearlink#9765, @DorfDork
By: @DorfDork, @ThaGurlTilly, @Pokeheadroom
"Whomps are a species of enemies from the Mario franchise that debuted in Super Mario 64. They are large enemies that resemble rectangular stone slabs with snaggletoothed faces, simple hands and arms, and legless feet."
1 Up Mushroom (SM64)
"1-Up Mushrooms (sometimes parsed as 1 up Mushrooms, 1UP Mushrooms, or 1-UP Mushrooms) are green mushrooms that give the player an extra life. They are usually the rarest mushrooms, but they can still be found in almost every game a Super Mushroom has appeared in, and even some it has not."
By: @DorfDork, @TPlanet66, YeyoKermit#6887
"Coins (also called Mushroom coins in the Beanbean Kingdom) are the main currency of the Mushroom Kingdom. They can be collected in most Mario games. They have varying effects depending on the game type: in platformer games, they increase a player's score and grant extra lives."
"Power Stars, also referred to as Stars, are collectible items introduced in Super Mario 64 that can grant Mario access to more levels in-game, unlike the similar-looking Super Stars, which only give brief invincibility."
Bowser Bomb (SM64)
Blue Coin Switch (SM64)
"A Blue Coin Block, also called a Blue Coin switch and Blue Switch (alternatively formatted as blue coin switch and blue Switch, respectively) or Blue Block, is an object found in Super Mario 64 and its remake, Super Mario 64 DS."