Mario's Castle Calamity

Mario's Castle Calamity

Updated Jun 14, 2013 at 08:35AM EDT by mona_jpn.

Added Jul 03, 2012 at 07:17AM EDT by lollerskates.

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Mario’s Castle Calamity is a compilation of failed attempts my Mario (Or other interchangable characters) to destroy a castle, mostly resulting in a comical backfire that spares the castle and/or hurts Mario (and other bystanders) in the process. The common golden rule of any and all parodies of this series is that the castle is impervious to any form of damage and/or is left standing at the end.

Origin



Mario’s Castle Calamity was a flash video created by NewGrounds User “Bigfoot3290” AKA Jeremy Simms and uploaded on NewGrounds.com on January 3, 2009. The video is based on the game “Super Mario World”, where in game, after defeating the boss, Mario then demolishes the castle. Since it was uploaded, has gathered over 1.4 million views and has accrued an average rating of 4.42 of 5 stars from over 43000 votes. Simms then created and uploaded a sequel to the series on June 12, 2010. Though it didn’t garner as many views as the predecessor, it was still popular, receiving an average rating of 4.4 of 5 stars by over 16000 votes.

Spread

Mario’s Castle Calamity hit Youtube shortly afterwards, resulting in multiple parodies of the series.

Notable Examples





The Gmod Castle Calamity

On August 5th, 2012, Youtube user “thecrispt3r4t0r” uploaded a video asking for viewers to submit entries for an upcoming collaboration of Mario Castle Calamity attempts made in Garry’s Mod. It lasted until September 21, and the video was completed and uploaded to Youtube the following day, September 22. The video features over 100 entries and a short prelude narrative done by Doug Walker AKA The Nostalgia Critic. So far it has garnered over 80,000 views and over 2,000 likes on Youtube.



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