Once again, Nintendo has asserted its strong defense of intellectual property and has caused the Super Mario battle-royale to be unavailable. The creator of this curious browser game expected this movement by the Japanese company and a few days ago Mario Royale opted for a facelift and name welcoming DMCA Royale, in reference to the Copyright Law of the Era Digital in force in the United States for several years .
DMCA Royale maintains its approach intact, while betting on more generic characters that does not avoid the logical comparison with the mythical protagonist of Nintendo. Thus, 75 players are released to the level with the original videogame scent of the Super Mario saga in which they must try to reach the goal alive, avoiding the different obstacles activated on the stage automatically or by other users to kill them. At the moment the proposal has already been enjoyed by just over 300,000 people.
You can play this curious proposal DMCA Royale, accessing its official website from the following link.
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