|Undake30 Same Game|
|First Broadcast(s)||Apr. 1995 - Mar. 25, 1996|
|Required hardware||8M Memory Pack|
|Hardcopy release(s)||Super Famicom|
UNDAKE30 Same Game Daisakusen Mario Version (UNDAKE30 鮫亀大作戦 マリオバージョン, lit. UNDAKE 30 Shark-Turtle Battle Mario Version) is a puzzle game that was released in 1995 in Japan. The game could be controlled with a standard joypad or the Super Famicom Mouse and was similar to the card game Monte Carlo. The game centers around a large playing field composed of a random arrangement of Mario Heads, Coins, Yoshi Eggs, Fire Flowers, and Super Mushrooms. If two or more icons are connected, the player can move the cursor and click to make all the connected icons disappear. Now the icons above fall down and the player can clear even more icons. Also, there is an undo move that allows the Player to take back the last move, and move back as far as wanted. Once the entire grid is clear, the game ends. The game was developed by Hudson Soft.
This idea was later re-used in the minigame Pair-a-Gone from Super Mario 64 DS.
A game was released in the form of a Satellaview download, which was broadcast Mondays at 17:30 (5:30 PM) between April 1995 and March 1996. The Satellaview broadcasts were accompanied by an UNDAKE30 Radio show starring Sugiyama Kazuko, the voice of Bomberman.
The game was also released as a promotional ROM cartridge. It was given to stores to display and to winners of game tournaments as a prize.