Short Bytes: While playing Super Mario Bros in your desktop web browser was already possible, a coder has given us another reason to be excited about. Written in OCaml, Mattew has created HTML5 Mario and named it MariOCaml. Read more to know its features and play it right now.
Matthew calls his creation MariOcaml as it’s an OCaml implementation of the game. The game consists of usual features of Super Mario Bros, including basic enemies, blocks etc. with practice support.
I played the game and found it comparatively difficult than the usual versions. The new Mario seemed to slide forward as I tried to stop him. I guess Mario in MariOCaml has more inertia.
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