|Super Mario 64 Bloopers II: SMG3's back|
|Platform(s)|| Game Boy Micro,|
| PEGI: 3+|
ESRB: Kids to Adults (K-A)
|Series||Super Mario 64 Bloopers|
|Predecessor||Super Mario 64 Bloopers: The Videogame|
Not to be confused with Super Mario 64 Bloopers: The Videogame.
Super Mario 64 Bloopers II: SMG3's back, (The SM64 bloopers videogame: SMG3's back early in development, sometimes called Super Mario 64 Bloopers: The Videogame 2) is a 2D platforming game starring various protagonists and antagonists of the SM64 universe, like SMG4, Starman3, Dark Star X(9), and others. Every version safe for the SNES edition requires a Rumble Pak.
Little of the story is known, though one part was revealed: "In this game, you can choose who to play as, good or evil. Story is, at the good side, that SMG3 is bent on creating a secret weapon. Prevent him from doing so!". (Note: as this page is pure fanon, this wasn't revealed by CK himself IRL.)
On the 3DS version, Bowser also kidnapped TheThomas5252, who has to be saved as well.
- Shy Guy
- Ztarman3 (evil mode)
- SMG3 (evil mode)
- TheThomas6363 (evil mode)
- King Bob-omb/Big Bob-omb (evil mode)
- Shy BG Rangers (DLC)
- Withersoul 235
- Crash Kandicoot
- Dr. Mario
- Dr. Mario
- Yowser (evil mode)
- Dark Star X9 (evil mode)
- Crazy Toilet Dude (evil mode)
- Crazy Japanese Guy (evil mode)
The plot can change considering to the mode the player selected. If selected Good mode, you'll play as the good guys and will have to stop the evil, and if selected Evil mode, you'll have to play as the evil guys and defeated the good guys. Good mode is the hardest, and the Evil Mode is the easiest.
- There's an error in the game's demo version; some of the characters weren't in the demo version, but instead of saying "not in demo", their box says "none in demo".
- The demo was shut down on Yuletide (December 25, 2014, 22:19) as the development team wanted to celebrate Noel (or Yule for the ones who are religous). At the same time, development was paused until January 3, 2015 (due to New Year's Eve).
- The game was considered it's own series by fans due to the tentative title, but once development was halted, the real title revealed it was a sequel to Super Mario 64 Bloopers: The Videogame.