|Developers||Interplay Entertainment, Brainstorm|
Mario Teaches Typing is an educational game developed and published by Interplay Productions and released in 1991. The game is designed to teach typing skills to children. It was first released for MS-DOS in 1992 and then for Microsoft Windows and Macintosh in 1995. Mario is voiced by Ronald B. Ruben in the floppy disk version and by Charles Martinet in the CD-ROM version. A sequel, Mario Teaches Typing 2, was developed by Interplay and published by Nintendo in 1997. Mario is voiced only by Martinet in the sequel.
Download Mario Teaches Typing
We might have the game available for more than one platform. Mario Teaches Typing is currently available on these platforms:
How to play on Windows
- Download and extract Mario_Teaches_Typing_DOS_Files_EN.zip
- Download the software called DOSBox and put a shortcut for DOSBox onto your desktop.
- Open the “Mario Teaches Typing” folder and then open the “Game Files” folder.
- Drag the file called “Mario” on top of the DOSBox icon. The game should now launch in DOSBox.
- Enjoy the game!
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I had this game! I hated it haha, typing felt like such a chore at the time. Great memories though!