General Commentary and Game Overview
When it comes to old fangames, there are now three types: old fangames (hailing from around 2006-2010), older fangames (from around 2001-2006, primarily made in Clickteam products), and then there are the oldest fangames, which were made from any point prior to 2001. These artifacts of a pre-Web 2.0 world are absolutely fascinating to me, not just from a historical POV but also how utterly bizarre and creative they could get.
While this version of "Super Mario Alpha" may not necessarily be from that era (attentive readers may notice the description of the game explicitly states it to be a remake of a much older fangame), it preserves all of the qualities of an "oldest" fangame, right down to being single-screen and having a charmingly primitive set of moves and actions.
This isn't going to be an especially observational review, just a stroll through memory lane.
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