Mario Paint was a "non-game" released on the Super Nintendo in 1992. Mario Paint gave players a wide array of colors, stamps and tools to create their own pixellated masterpieces. The game also came with a simple music creator, which allowed players to compose simple songs using various instruments and silly sounds. The game included a Super Nintendo mouse to allow easy tool manipulation. The legacy of this 17 year-old Super Nintendo title is phenomenal. The game was critically well-received and financially sucessful at launch, but to this day, it remains a hugely popular with both hardcore gamers and casual gamers. Mario Paint was a unique title that struck a chord with gamers and non-gamers alike. With the large install base of the Wii and DS with core gamers, as well as the fiercely growing casual market, a Mario Paint sequel would be a highly demanded title. There would be no need to pack an extra peripheral with the title, as the Wii's motion sensor and the DS's touch screen are already perfectly compatible. If you want to see a Mario Paint sequel on one (or both) of these consoles, please sign this petition.