Enough Marios is a 2D platformer with a clever (but not entirely unique) gimmick, made by Glen Forrester (creator of the Global Game Jam shouting game Gnilley) in under two hours for a Klik-of-the-Month game development event. The objective of the game is to assist our plumber friend with capturing the enemy's flag in each of the four levels he visits, and though there are plenty of coins to collect there is no obligation to claim any unless you wish for it.

A copy of the protagonist magically appears whenever he steps on a Goomba or acquire a coin, and regardless of their positions in the level they will all carry out the same type of action whenever a button is pressed. The game doesn't offer a continue option yet, so it might be wise to watch your step when you're down to just one clone left on the screen.

An extended version of the original two-hour game called Enough Plumbers (video shown above) is currently in the works.