This mario papercraft is the Luigi, the designer is Juke. You can also find mario papercrafts. Luigi is Mario's younger, taller, and slightly thinner twin brother. Luigi has helped and fought alongside his brother on many occasions. Throughout his life, he has lived in Mario's shadow, developing both cowardly and heroic tendencies. Mario Bros. marks his first appearance in the Mario series and his debut in general. Originally a palette swap of Mario, Luigi was created to facilitate a second player option. Since the two player mode was dropped from most main Super Mario games beginning with Super Mario Land, Luigi had gained his own identity and personality.
Luigi was born when Shigeru Miyamoto set out to create Mario Bros. after being told that Mario resembled a plumber, a notion he wanted to officially establish. For this particular adventure, however, Miyamoto wished to incorporate a two-player mode. Miyamoto's answer to Joust's stork-riding Player 2 was Luigi, Mario's green-clad younger twin brother with whom he could compete or cooperate with. While Mario's name was based on Mario Segale, Luigi's name was based on a popular pizzeria near Nintendo of America landmarks, named Mario & Luigi's. With 2-player mode in mind, Nintendo and publishing companies such as Atari gave Luigi immediate publicity, making him the star of multiple advertisements for the game.
Since his debut in 1983, Luigi has been constantly developing. Gameplay differences between him and Mario were first seen in Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. After spending years as an edit of his brother, Luigi had consistently his own graphics since Super Mario Kart in 1992, with earlier exceptions including the American Super Mario Bros. 2. As aforementioned, Luigi had begun earning his own personality in the post-Super Mario 64 era, starting with Paper Mario and Luigi's Mansion.
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Format: .pdo line + lineless