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aper Mario
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This article is about the video game series. For the first game in the series, see Paper Mario (video game). For the third, see Super Paper Mario.
Paper Mario
The words "Paper Mario" in an outlined blocky font. The color transitions vertically from red to orange. The words have a rough paper texture.
Logo since 2012
Genre(s)	Role-playing, action-adventure, puzzle
Developer(s)	Intelligent Systems
Publisher(s)	Nintendo
Nintendo 64
Nintendo Gamecube
Nintendo 3DS
Wii U
Nintendo Switch
First release	Paper Mario
August 11, 2000
Latest release	Paper Mario: The Origami King
July 17, 2020
Parent series	Mario
Paper Mario is a video game series and part of the Mario franchise, developed by Intelligent Systems and produced by Nintendo. It combines elements from the role-playing, action-adventure, and puzzle genres. Players control a paper cutout version of Mario, sometimes with allies, on a quest to defeat the antagonist, who is usually Bowser. The series consists of six games and one spin-off; the first, Paper Mario (2000), was released for the Nintendo 64, and the most recent, Paper Mario: The Origami King (2020), for the Nintendo Switch.

The original Paper Mario began as a sequel to Super Mario RPG (1996), developed by Square for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Changes in development resulted in the game becoming a standalone game. Although the early games in the series were well-received, Kensuke Tanabe wanted each one to have different genre and core gameplay elements. This led the series to slowly move genres from role-playing to action-adventure, though some role-playing elements are still present later in the series.

The first two games in the series, Paper Mario and The Thousand-Year Door, received critical acclaim, and were praised for their story, characters, and unique gameplay. When Paper Mario: Sticker Star was released in 2012, the series began to receive complaints about its change in genre, but continued to earn praise for its writing, characters, music, and enhanced paper-inspired visuals. Super Paper Mario is the bestselling game in the series, having made 4.3 million sales as of 2019. The series has collectively sold 12.54 million copies.

Except for Paper Mario and Paper Jam, each game was nominated for at least one award; The Thousand-Year Door won "Role Playing Game of the Year" at the 2005 Interactive Achievem

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