Whoops, should've seen this coming, but we done goofed.
Luigi completely lacked support for Footsteps and BattleMod despite Mario having support, and this update fixes that. So now you can battle your friends without being outmatched by your brother!

This update isn't just completely a hotfix though, the ability to break monitors by jumping into them was also added. The powerups will also now obey your gravity instead of the monitor's gravity, making them easier to pick up.

Aside from that, a unique custom sound effect for collecting a Gold Flower was added, as well as changing Luigi's default overalls for the black skincolor from red to green.

Hope you guys enjoy this!

- Added Mario's Footstep and BattleMod support to Luigi, which was accidently omitted the first time around.
- Powerups released from monitors now match your current gravity state rather than the monitor's.
- You can now jump into monitors from below to break them.
- Collecting a Gold Flower now has its own unique custom sound effect.
- Luigi's default overalls color for black is now green instead of red.
Hey Paisanos! I know it's been a while since v1.3 came out. But I would like to make this update very special to you all. Over the last few months, Mario has gained a lot of popularity since he got release. With over 64,000 downloads and 80,000 views. That's just a lot in my books. And I would like to take the time to thank you all for your support and appreciation to this project. It means a lot! :wow:

With the thank you wrapped, time to show you guys what me and one of our contributors; Kaching, have in store for you guys!​

Super Luigi thunders in​

That's right! You can now play as Super Luigi along with Mario. He has the same gameplay style as his brother, but he does have some slight differences.​

General Comparisons​

By the demonstration above, Luigi can jump higher than Mario. Making it easier to reach higher places that Mario couldn't get to without any moves. However, Luigi's more slippery than Mario, so be cautious that you don't slip! They share the same speed unlike in the mario games where he could run faster.​
Additional moves​
Luigi has more moves than Mario in his moveset. Use them to show players who's really number one! These moves are originated from Super Mario 64 DS. If you played that game, then you already know what he's got for you!

- Scuttle Jump -

Hold the jump button after a jump to fall more slowly. You can reach faraway places or keep your airtime when using wall jumps.

- Spin Twirl -

Perform a backflip to start spinning in mid-air once you reached max height. You'll hover slowly while you descend to the ground. This move is also handy if you want to get across huge gaps without the cap feather.

- Run on water -

Without the mini mushroom, Luigi can run on water! But only for a brief moment and its back into the water! You can still perform moves when you're running on water though! You will still need a mini mushroom to run on water surface forever.
Power up alterations​
Luigi even got his own unique ability properties when he gets power ups. Those are only minimal and not a lot of power up properties are changed. So, I'll list the ones here:

- Fire Flower -

Luigi's fire balls waver up and down while ignoring gravity. Making flying enemies a breeze to defeat. This also applies to the ice and golden flowers as well!

- Golden Flower -

Nothing changed for golden flower except making Luigi shiny silver. Using the attacks on enemies will turn them silver too!
Persona Support​
That's not all! Luigi also has Persona support as well.​

He has weaker strengh and agility, but he has powerful magic and endurance. Like Mario, he has jump and hammer attacks. Luigi can also use thunder and wind attacks. Something that his brother is weak against. But he's also weak against fire and ice attacks so be careful! Definitely has a different arsenal so the two brother's powers can be combined in a single party.
That's all there is to Luigi! With Mario and Luigi together, they are truly the super stars!

I would like to thank Kaching once again for their amazing sprite work for Luigi. It was a pleasure to collab with you to making him real. And thanks SMS Alfredo for coding Luigi to make him play a bit different than Mario! Always appreciated to have you code the brothers. And thank all of you for your wonderful support and feedback through the past few months. Mario wouldn't never gotten this far without you! :sadthumbsup:

Have fun!
Version 2.0 changelog​
- L is real. You can now play as Super Luigi.
- Renamed CL_Mario to CL_MarioBros
- Added a few more skincolors: toadstool, courtyard, groovy, shell, and blueflower
- Mario's prefcolor is now Toadstool.
- Skidding now activates slightly sooner and you can now cancel it by moving forward
- 90 degree wall jump timer now accounts for spinning
- You can no longer fly in the Kuribo Shoe by using the hammer in it with Force Hammer on
Hey guys, it's been a while hasn't it? I've noticed some of you have had a few issues with Mario, and I wanna address some of them in this update, and add a couple new cool things as well!


First off, this is the big one, I've completely axed Mario's weird fireball button functionality with Fire and Fire Normal, and replaced them with something that will help you control Mario at all times. Separate Ability and Spin buttons! The Crouch and Attack buttons have been moved to this new screen, and you can customize the new buttons in much the same way.


The Spin button does exactly what it says on the tin, it lets you easily spin as if you spinning the stick, simply by the push of a button. This isn't like crouch spinning where you need to duck first, you can access this button at anytime, including falling in the air. This button is ideal for keyboard users who don't have a stick to rotate. You can also set this button to be the same as either the Crouch or Attack buttons to introduce a bit of double-tap action if you want your main buttons to still be a lower amount.


The Ability button activates your current powerup ability no matter what, or in the case of not having a powerup ability, your hammer. This essentially acts the same as the Attack button but with Dive on Attack off. As such, I've replaced that toggle on the menu with a new option, Force Hammer! This makes it so that the Attack button always activates your hammer regardless of what powerup you have, increasing the amount of moves you can have at one time. The old Dive on Attack option is still accessible via the mariodive command, so don't worry if you'd still like to use it.



A few new skincolors for multiplayer have also been introduced! These skincolors hearken back to Mario's history. The list is as follows from left to right: Rainbow, Mushroom, Mondo, Tubular, Lethal, and Dire. The Rainbow skincolor is also now used for Mario's invincibility, which should fix any issues models have with it. A similar model fix was made for Super Ball Mario too.


A command to toggle Mario's powerups, mariopowerup, has been added as well. In case you wanna get competitive and Mario is still too strong for your tastes, you can dial down the action by turning this off. Ideally you want to turn this it off at the start of a match, as not all powerups will revert upon this command being toggled. You also can technically turn this command off in Co-op, but then I'd have to mark you as certified "lame". And we wouldn't want that, would we?


Speaking of nerfing Mario, his wall jump has been nerfed a bit. Though, it's only specifically for 90 degree wall jumps. If you attempt to perform a wall jump between two walls that really are not facing each other, you'll slowly lose height. This is because there's now a timer once you wall jump before you can perform a 90 degree wall jump again. This should hopefully encourage proper platforming with Mario's several other moves instead of using wall jumps to scale everything. Normal wall jumps between walls facing each other is completely unaffected by this change, though, so don't worry about that.


For SRB2 Persona, the music pack has been updated to Version 2! This new version of the pack contains tracks that play in Void Run as Mario, which was noticeably lacking from the first version. The new tracks are as follows:
  • Steel Yourself (Mario & Luigi: Dream Team)
  • Challenging Actions! DX (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowsers Minions)
  • Pumped Up / Maze Manufactury (Mario Party 6)
  • The Ringer (Paper Mario: The Origami King)
  • Minigame (Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)
  • Castle Bleck (Super Paper Mario)
Three different customizable music categories have gotten a new track for them as well!
  • Enemy Advantage
    SHOWTIME! (Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)
  • Strong Enemy
    The Marvelous Duo (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
  • PvP
    FIGHT! (Bug Fables)

Aside from all that, a few sprites have been updated and a few bugs have been fixed as well. There's new continue/life icon sprites from Kaching here too!

Well, I hope you guys enjoy this update! You can find a full changelog down here:
- Removed old Fire and Fire Normal functionality and replaced it with settable Spin and Ability buttons in the menu.

- Added Force Hammer toggle to the menu. This option forces Mario to use his hammer on the Attack button regardless of his current powerup.

- Dive on Attack has been removed from the menu as its functionality has been made redundant by the Ability button. But you can still toggle it in the command line via the mariodive command.

- Introduced global mariopowerup command. This toggles whether Mario receives powerups or shields from monitors. Good for if you want to use Mario in a competitive gametype and the powerups are just too overpowered. Note this will not instantly revert all powerups.

- Mega Mushroom theme will no longer play upon receiving Speed Shoes and not actually turning into Mega Mario.

- Added new Mushroom, Rainbow, Mondo, Tubular, Lethal, and Dire skincolors for use in multiplayer.

- Increased model compatibility with Super Ball Mario and invincibility.

- 90 degree wall jumps are now less effective, requiring you to wait before you can do them again. This is to prevent cheesing rooms by wall jumping in a corner where you really shouldn't be able to.

- Fixed Cape Mario sliding only being possible once for flight, as well as a sprite error when sliding at the same time as starting flight.

- Increased Kuribo Shoe ground pound ghosts' hitbox slightly.

- Gave dive recovering a couple more possible voice clips to play.

- Preemptively fixed Mario not crushing enemies in SRB2 v2.2.11.

- Updated continue/life icon sprites. Thanks Kaching!

- Updated fire poof and powerup collection sprites from Pipe Kingdom.

- Updated SRB2P music pack to Version 2. Adds in tracks for Void Run and a few new tracks for battling too. It also updates Tomato Adventure (Superstar Mix) to an extended higher quality version. But here's a list of the new songs:
- Void Run
Steel Yourself (Mario & Luigi: Dream Team)
Challenging Actions! DX (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowsers Minions)
Pumped Up / Maze Manufactury (Mario Party 6)
The Ringer (Paper Mario: The Origami King)
Minigame (Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)
Castle Bleck (Super Paper Mario)

- Enemy Advantage
SHOWTIME! (Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)

- Strong Enemy
The Marvelous Duo (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)

- PvP
FIGHT! (Bug Fables)

- Hopefully fixed an issue with certain Mario skills softlocking when nullified in SRB2 Persona.

- Fixed other bugs and issues I forgot about.
Here's another minor update that fixes some issues with keeping powerups between levels, particularly in the OLDC.

Mega Mario causing desyncs by ground pounding in dedicated servers should hopefully be fixed as well.

And as an added bonus, Mario has a new voice line for collecting a star, after which his voice will echo for as long as you have star power.

- Powerups will now properly be kept after map warps, including those seen in the OLDC hub.
- Your powerup now properly resets upon completing a level while super.
- Added star collection voice clip.
- Mario's voice lines will now have an echo to them when you have star power.
- Mega Mario's ground pound should hopefully no longer cause desyncs in dedicated servers.
- Some other minor fixes I forgot about.
Really small update this time, primarily just to fix Mario no longer working in the newest version of SRB2 Persona.

Mario will now also always have access to his basic Jump and Hammer skills no matter what in SRB2P, so you won't be locked out of his second melee attack leveling up.

Also improves mod compatibility slightly, so mods that mess with monitors or squash 'n' stretch should work better with Mario, though still not perfectly.

- Improved mod compatibility with monitor prizes and power-up size changing.

SRB2 Persona
- Fixed Mario completely breaking the game in SRB2P v1.3.3 when his skills are attempted to be sorted.
- Jump and Hammer now no longer count towards Mario's skill total and will always appear in his skill list in battle.
- Enemies, if given Mario's skills, will now properly execute their action commands.
Another update for you guys that fixes a few more things, and adds a couple new features.

Mario now properly works in Ultimate Mode. No more cheesing hits or 1ups! Everything here also applies to Multiplayer Ultimate Mode, so you can take it online too.

Flying Mario in NiGHTS now has his own unique colored trail. Alot more accurate than the simple default sparkles he had before.

- Mario will now only have one total health point in ultimate mode.
- All 1up monitors are turned into poison mushroom monitors in ultimate mode.
- Extra score/1ups will no longer be obtainable in ultimate mode.
- Hitting a monitor with your hammer midair will now cancel the hammer and let you use it again, like with enemies.
- Fixed jumping in place not double jumping as much as it should.
- Coins will no longer award more score than they're supposed to in Special Stages.
- Added unique NiGHTS trail.

SRB2 Persona
- Fixed Hammer attacks not getting reflected properly.
- Buffed fireball attacks slightly again.
- Added overall sprites for the fireball cast pose.
A new update for you all, this one addresses some balance concerns in Persona and BattleMod, while also tweaking a couple powerup abilities.

In vanilla, you can now damage enemies while Metal or Gold by simply running into them! Use that weight to your advantage.

You can now break walls and spikes using Mario's fireballs. This should hopefully be more obvious and easier to use than simply brushing up against them while throwing.

In BattleMod, the earthquakes from Mega Mario and Cape Mario will no longer damage players. Plus you'll now be able to properly block cape and fireball attacks, so you have a fighting chance. Other balance changes and fixes have been made as well.

In SRB2 Persona, Mario has gotten buffs across the board. Appeal got nerfed a little, but everything else went up to make Mario more viable. You even learn two new "Power Plus Badge" skills as you level up, which will increase your damage output even further! Plus Power Charge now properly works with Mario's Jump and Hammer attacks, so the move now has actual purpose.

In addition to all that, a whole bunch of bug fixes for everything. Particularly one in Persona, which caused alot of crashes exiting and re-entering the shop. The loop-point for the battle song "Attack the Enemy" has been fixed as well, so be sure to redownload Mario's Persona music pack too.

- Cape spinning no longer nullifies player-owned projectiles.
- Mega and Cape earthquakes no longer damage other players.
- Fixed 1up text/poison skull not showing outside of Co-op.
- Fixed Super Ball music carrying over from intermissions.
- Fixed Mega Mario lasting forever when a recycler monitor is hit during the transformation.
- Fireballs now bounce properly at different scales.
- Fireballs now properly bounce after traveling up or down a slope.
- Collecting a powerup with i-frames will continue said i-frames after the transformation rather than just cancelling them entirely.
- Fixed being able to retain powerups after dying in a minecart.
- Fixed ability direction inconsistencies in Standard.
- Fireballs plus the powerup collect effects and inviciblity sparkles/glow now bypass colormaps.
- Fixed Mini Mario dying when collecting another powerup right up against a wall.
- Fireballs can now break walls and spikes.
- Metal/Gold Mario can now damage enemies while moving.

- Fixed a console error.
- Fixed Super Balls and Fireballs not being named correctly in console.
- Fixed not being able to roll while moving.
- Decreased Hammer defense value by two.
- Increased Ground Pound attack value by one.
- Mario can no longer act while in air dodge and tumble states.
- Spin jumping no longer blocks against physical attacks.
- Cape and fireballs are now properly blockable.
- Mario can no longer use shield actives with toss flag.
- Swapping shields no longer causes Mario to pause in place.
- Fixed Fire Flowers taking away your shield stock when grabbed.
- Added Super Ball music for BattleMod tracks.

SRB2 Persona General
- Fixed loop-point on "Attack the Enemy" in the music pack.
- Redid music replacement functions to prevent crashing. Happened often when exiting and re-entering the shop multiple times. This should fix that.
- Mario's Hammer now can break monitors.
- Shrunk spike breaking effect.
- Fixed Multibounce ending early upon killing an enemy.
- Getting a shield no longer causes errors in console.
- Shortened skill descriptions slightly to be easier to read on the level up screen.
- Appeal now only fills 40% of the emerald drive rather than 100%.
- Changed Appeal icon.
- Mario's base attack and magic have both been increased by 2.
- Fireball/Iceball skills now properly reflect the Agi line in terms of damage.
- All attacks skills have had their attack power increased slightly.
- Power Charge now properly applies to Mario's Jump and Hammer attacks.
- Two new passive skills: "Power Plus Badge" and "Power Plus Badge A", learned at levels 33 and 67. These skills boost your Fire/Ice damage, as well as your Jump/Hammer damage. The latter won't stack with multiples of these skills, but they give quite a decent percentage boost to make up for it. The first boosts by 15% and 60% respectively, while the second boosts by 30% and 120% respectively. And yes, Magma Boots and Ice Smash get the benefits of both.
Re-adds the ice block graphic for Ice Mario that accidentally got deleted. Sorry about that!
Version 1.1 is out now. Saw how popular this addon got and I would like to say thank you all for your support! We decided to continue putting in hard work for more additional content into Super Mario for you guys to enjoy. Even include a few improvements and fixes into the addon itself!

For start it off, we added in support for a small EXE mod that you fight against monsters in dungeons in a dark and scary tower. You got it; Mario is supported for SRB2 Persona! With a few gameplay mechanics of his own and skills you'll obtain throughout your journey to climb the tower. For stats, Mario relies on physical attacks with many different ways, such as jumping on them or using your hammer. You'll learn elemental powers use as fire and ice along your way as you get stronger. Beware for wind and electrical attacks, you really don't want to get yourself into peril!


However, your attacks are straight on forward for damage. Like games such as Super Mario RPG, Paper Mario, and the Mario and Luigi series, you have series to action attacks that you must perform. For instance, timing the jump button during jump attacks, or holding the left direction button and releasing at the right time for your hammer attacks. Use your time actions to deal more damage to your foes and win the battles mario style!

For customization, the download also includes a custom music pack that have a huge number of songs from Mario's RPG games. You can easily customize your track selections by going into the custom music menu in the sound options of the game! Pick your groove and listen to the tunes as your battle your foes, whenever they are weak or tough!

Here's an example list from the main coder
- Battle
Battle Fanfare
Fight Against Monsters
Come On!
Battle Theme (TTYD)

- Player Advantage
Battle Fanfare (First Strike)
Oki Doki!!
Try, Try Again
Mixed-Up Scramble
Autumn Mountain

- Enemy Advantage
Battle Fanfare (Enemy Strike)
Attack the Enemy
Mirror Battle

- Strong Enemy
Hey You!
Battle Against a Stronger Monster
Event Battle (TTYD)
A Powerful Enemy Emerges
Event Battle (TOK)

- Mini Boss
Fight Against an Armed Boss
The Last Cackletta DX
Doopliss Battle
Brobot Battle
The Grand Finale
Megasparkle Goomba's Brilliant Battle
Disco Devil

Tomato Adventure (Superstar Mix)
An Adventure in Atlantica (Remix)

Next up, we gave Mario match and battlemod compatibility. We still don't have plans for a proper support for those gametypes, we did make him less broken in them. Please bear with us here, as this is the best that we can do to make his experience good in those gametypes. That said, thank you for those who reported issues in the thread.

And finally, here's a changelog from what Version 1.1 has in store!
- Fixed a console error.
- Fixed Super Ball music not properly playing when detransforming while Super.
- The Ground Pound will now cut short if you've been in it for a long time, preventing softlocks.
- The Hey Stinky easter egg now respects your voice settings. Plus, multiple instances will no longer stack and cause an increase in volume.
- Fixed the cape breaking walls from far away, such as in THZ2.
- Mario can no longer perform any moves during the race countdown in order to make it fairer.
- Wall jump height has been buffed slightly.
- Fixed Mini Mario clipping into ceiling and getting crushed when switching to another powerup (again).
- You can no longer cape spin using the fire button if you don't have it assigned while super.
- Added a voice clip to the super transformation sequence.
- Added new star effect sprite.
- Mario's hammer now has a new effect upon hitting something.
- Coins/Powerups will no longer award score outside of co-op. Same goes for getting 1ups from comboing enemies. This is to prevent an unfair advantage from abusing these mechanics.
- Fixed Mario not dropping flags in CTF upon death.
- Fixed Mario no dropping rings/ring panels upon getting hit in Ringsligner.
- Added partial BattleMod support so all of his attacks work. Don't expect him to be balanced!
- Added Footsteps support.
- Added Persona support. Go through Tartarus with an arsenal inspired by Mario's various RPG appearances! Music pack also included as a separate download.

Enjoy! (Some gifs provided by SMS Alfredo)
Simply fixes not being able to turn super normally with a power-up when you don't have spin mapped to a button.