Super Mario 64 HD Remake!—In Unity. Just a couple of days after computer science student Erik Roystan Ross released a free recreation of the first level of Nintendo’s 1996 Super Mario 64 in Unity, the game’s original creator stepped in to put “No” in “N(intend)o.”
Ross, who released his high-definition version of the Bob-Omb Battlefield for play in a browser, or on a computer running Windows, Mac, or Linux, didn’t have any intention of selling the game and made it available for free.
Still, Nintendo sent Content Delivery Network (CDN) Cloudflare a complaint under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) this week demanding that the fan recreation be taken down:
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