Sadly, it seems to me that I am reaching the end of time Paper Mario: King of Origami. I wanted everything for him, well, almost everythingBut my favorite part should be the simple act of throwing confetti.
The kingdom of mushrooms is completely disturbed by the time when you will explore it thanks to an invasion of terrible golem, by origin. These folded arrows wasted no time in desecrating the game beautiful landscapes with holes and, of course, it’s up to Mario to put everything in order. Since this is one Mario letter game, it means filling these empty gaps with confetti.
Near the beginning of the adventure, Mario picks up a bag of confetti to help with his search, and from then on a simple press button will fill the air around him with dozens of tiny pieces of paper. Using this confetti to surely traverse broken landscapes is a big part of the game – your progress in this area is traced through each areaMariobut Mario’s wonderful expression as he heals the world makes the task more of a joy than a daily chore.
It gets even better after you learn that Mario letter does not penalize you for throwing grapes at any time you curse well please. The resource is essentially limitless unless it goes towards landscaping. Every time so often, I will throw a couple punch after a particularly frustrating battle or when I am trying to figure out where to go next. The whole game is a great choice, but there is something special about these small, insignificant celebrations.
I’m a fan of games that just let you do things, especially when devoting an entire button to something meaningless. While there are small reasons to play Game without a goose, for example, let’s be honest with ourselves and admit that we are doing it the most because it makes us laugh. Of course, it feels good to rebuild Mushroom Kingdom in Mario letter, but its crowning achievement is to give me a “make screen beautiful” button I can spam every few seconds.