Yuzu: The Nintendo emulator can now run Super Mario 3D World + Browser’s Fury

the game runs at 60 FPS

The Nintendo emulator can now run Super Mario 3D World

It’s not been too long since the release of Super Mario 3D World + Browser’s Fury and we are already seeing the game becoming a major fan favorite. To the delight of the fans around the globe, the new game can now be played using the Nintendo Switch emulator Yuzu. مكافأة البطولة العربية 2024 And to our surprise, the game now runs at 60 FPS.

The YouTuber who goes by someother1one shows that the popular emulator has no trouble running the game with a very solid level of performance.

Check out the video below:

Quick performance test of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury on the YUZU Nintendo Switch emulator on Windows PC. Using Yuzu Early Access, version 1442. ضامة I only tested for about 10 minutes but the game runs great so far. كوره ٣٦٥


CPU: i7 4790k

RAM: 16gb Ripjaws 2000MHZ CL10

GPU: GTX 1070ti

OS: Windows 10 64-bit

Video recorded using Shadowplay

The new game includes the original Wii U game as well as a new expansion that plays slightly differently from the main campaign, but without losing any familiarity with the rest of the experience. So head over to the Nintendo store and download the game.


The rest of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury plays much like the main installment. You explore the series of islands each one more or less self-contained, hunting for Cat Shines that can allow you to unlock the Giga Bells that serves as the hub areas of the game, and the means to defeat Fury Bowser. There are loads of Cat Shines to find, but the world isn’t so large as to become overwhelming or bloated, there is a reason this watery land is a lake, not an ocean. Instead, everything is tightly packed together, overflowing with nooks and crannies to explore.

Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury is now available on Nintendo Switch worldwide.


Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments