|Mario Paint BS Ban|
The title screen for Mario Paint BS Ban - Yuushou Sakuhin Naizou Version
|First Broadcast(s)|| Aug. 3, 1997|
Nov. 2, 1997 Contest Magazine
Dec. 28, 1997 Kekka Happyou Magazine
Dec. 28, 1997 Yuushou Sakuhin Naizou Version
|Hours||12:00-12:30; 15:00-16:00; 16:30-17:30; 20:30-21:00; 22:00-22:30; 24:00-26:00|
|Police Station, Calculator Building, Girls School|
|Rerun(s)|| Nov. 2, 1997 - Nov. 26, 1997|
Dec. 28, 1997 - Jan. 31, 1998
Mar. 29, 1998 - Mar. 31, 1998
Nov. 15, 1998 - Nov. 28, 1998
|Required hardware||8M Memory Pack|
Mario Paint BS Ban (「マリオペイントＢＳ版」) is a Downloadable Game for the Satellaview that ran between August 3, 1997 and August 30, 1997, 1998. The game is a painting tool and it functions as a pseudo-sequel to the 1992 game, Mario Paint. Between November 2, 1997 and November 22, 1997, the "Mario Paint BS Ban Contest" was held and broadcasts of the game were accompanied by a digital magazine related to the contest. The results of the contest were broadcast between December 28, 1997 and January 31, 1998 in the form of a second digital magazine accompanying the release of Mario Paint BS Ban - Yuushou Sakuhin Naizou Version.
Mario Paint ContestEdit
- Mario Paint BS Ban: Contest Magazine (「マリオペイントＢＳ版 コンテストマガジン」)
- Mario Paint BS Ban: Kekka Happyou Magazine (「マリオペイントＢＳ版 結果発表マガジン」)
- Mario Paint BS Ban (Yuushou Sakuhin Naizou Version) (「マリオペイントＢＳ版 (優勝作品内蔵バージョン)」)
Mario Paint BS Ban - Yuushou Sakuhin Naizou Version (「マリオペイントＢＳ版 (優勝作品内蔵バージョン)」) (also known as Mario Paint Yuushou Naizou Ban (「マリオペイント優勝内蔵版」) is a Downloadable Game for the Satellaview that ran between December 28, 1997 and January 31, 1998. It is a modified version of the original Mario Paint BS Ban that includes the winning design from the associated "Mario Paint Contest". The winning picture was designed by a Tokyo-based gamer named Hiroko Mizota (溝田 祐子), and it is entitled "Dreaming of the Moon."
The only ROM dump that is available for this game can be played without error on most modern SFC emulators except ZSNES.