The famous Super Mario 64 was originally released in Japan in 1996 on Nintendo 64 and subsequently landed in other regions, but now its first time arrives on PCs with the multiplayer support. Obviously we are not talking about an official Kyoto home game called Super Mario 64 Online (SM64 Online).
The title is actually a mod version, created by Kaze Emanuar, Melonspeedruns and Marhivolt, which includes a multiplayer compilation that allows up to 24 players to share their experience online of one of the most loved titles from the whole video game world.
Players can connect online, choose a character from the Mushroom Kingdom and play the game however they want. You can do traditional stuff like just clearing stages. You can tackle other activities including speedrun races or even just build a giant battle royale.
Super Mario 64 Online is available totally free via Google Drive and YouTube, specifically on one of the creators’ channels, a video tutorial has recently been released that explains how to start playing.
We point out that SM64 Online has not been approved or even acknowledged by Nintendo, so it is very likely that in the coming days the Kyoto House will intervene to block the project and remove the fan made game.