by Gabe S, Age 10 , Grade 4, P.A

Have you ever wondered who created Mario well Shigeru Miyamoto is the one. 
Miyamoto was born in the Japanese town of Sonobe, a rural town northwest of Kyoto, on November 16, 1952. His parents were of "modest means," and his father taught the English language
His first video game was Donkey Kong which introduced Mario.
Later on he created games like Mario Bros,The Legend of Zelda,and Star Fox.
When Shigeru Miyamoto was young he achieved the rights of doodling.
He invented a game called Radar Scope.
In 1986 they sold 6.5 millions copies of The Legend of Zelda.
Later on Donkey Kong became famous in US and in Canada.
Even though Miyamoto didn’t have any game designing skills he still worked as hard as he could.
Shigeru Miyamoto was challenged to see who would get farther in Mario maker and Miyamoto beat the man high score of 29,800.
Miyamoto was going to make a movie call Mario Bros.
Miyamoto wanted to draw comics but instead he became a game designer.
In 1981 Donkey Kong came out and they got over $200 million dollars that’s a lot of money.
One of Miyamoto’s dream is to be like George Lucas the Star Wars movies. 
Shigeru Miyamoto helped create arcade machines in the 1970’s.
One childhood event he did was joining the Nintendo Artists in  1977.
Miyamoto was responsible to design the Nintendo game controllers.
Miyamoto's Super Mario Bros. was bundled with the NES in America. The game and the system are credited with helping to bring North America out of the slump of the 1983 game industry crash.
is game Super Mario 64 has made a lasting impression on the field of 3D game design, particularly notable for its use of a dynamic camera system and the implementation of its analog control.
By: Gabriel Sherman 

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