In the late 1960s, a group of young people were sent to live in the remote desert town of Marshmallow, Colorado, in the United States.
While they were there, one of the group’s parents went missing, leading to a hunt for her son, Marshal Animal Crossing, which featured a cute cartoon animal crossing a border.
As you may recall, Marshmallow Animal Crossing became one of Nintendo’s most popular franchises in the early 1990s, selling millions of copies in the US alone.
While the franchise has since faded into obscurity, there are still a few players around who still remember the adorable cartoon creatures roaming the streets of Marshmallows.
But there’s one little detail that could be used to track down Marshal Animal: He’s actually black.
According to the online game site Nintendo Power, there’s a video of a man walking along a trail that leads into the town, with a dog standing at his feet.
He starts to walk down the trail, and then the dog runs away, followed by a man who appears to be Black, who then stops and takes a deep breath, as if to say, “Oh, yeah.
That’s the guy.”
As he does so, the man says, “I was going to go find him, but he’s been gone.”
That’s when the black man appears to reach down, grab a microphone, and say, “I’m Marshall Animal Crossing!
I’m a black Marshmallow!”
In an interview with The Huffington Post , the man said he had been in Marshmallow all his life.
“My grandfather owned a dog that ran away and that’s where my first memories of Marshmoises come from,” he said.
Marshmallows’ origins can be traced back to the 1950s, when the game was first released, and it became a favorite of the American children who played it.
Its popularity continued in the 60s and 70s, with MarshMallows growing in popularity in the U.S. and worldwide, and in the mid-1990s, Nintendo was planning to bring Marshmobiles back to Japan and Europe.
After the franchise became so popular in Japan, however, Nintendo decided to abandon the idea of bringing them back, and instead started developing a new game called Marshmooks.
Instead of bringing Marshmalls back to North America, however…