General Commentary and Game Overview
How about a little deja vu for you? Yes yes, I'm aware I already took a look at this game fairly recently... except it wasn't so recently! That review is coming up on 8 years old now (this September, to be precise), making it nearly a decade old. That's quite a long time, and long enough for me to wince a bit reading it and how largely vapid and un-descriptive it is. I couldn't have tried less at explaining the nuances of this demo or its history or... really anything.
Okay, so first thing's first: FanGuy. He hasn't been on MFGG in a long, long time now. The last comment he left on the main site appears to be in 2007, and I'm unfortunately unable to find much of any record of his presence on the forums (old or new), so we'll just have to go with that being a rough ballpark estimate of his time on here.
This demo was released right at the very beginning of 2003, and as far as I'm aware he never released any other material for the game since. As such, Mario's Mansion 3 is (as you will notice with the clarification on the game's page) a scrapped fangame... never to be finished. It's been almost 20 years since this demo first dropped, so it's a safe bet it's long been abandoned by its creator. In the past, some people such as Yoshiman have offered to contact FanGuy on my behalf to ask for permission in regards to finishing this game myself/continuing it in some form or another, but even he was unable to reach out to him.
With that said, this and the Perfect Collection remake demo thing are the last things related to Mario's Mansion that we ever got. Was it all worthwhile? Let's continue to find out!
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