Mario's Game Gallery (later known as Mario's FUNdamentals) is a mini-game collection developed by Presage and published by Interplay for MS-DOS PCs in 1995.
A spin-off of Nintendo's Mario series, Mario's Game Gallery features five casual parlor games: Checkers, Go Fish, Dominoes, Backgammon, and Yacht. Some of the visuals of most games (such as the cards in Go Fish and the pieces in both Checkers and Backgammon) are themed after items and characters in the Mario universe.
All games are single-player only, with players facing off against a single AI opponent (the titular Mario). Similar to the opponents in some other parlor games (notably Multimedia Celebrity Poker), Mario's Game Gallery has Mario seated in the table across from the player, giving the illusion that he's interacting with the player. He is voiced by Charles Martinet, who previously voiced him in the CD-ROM re-release of Mario Teaches Typing and was later known for voicing him (as well as Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi) in all Mario games since Super Mario 64.
The game was later ported to Macintosh and Windows computers by Brain Storm as Mario's FUNdamentals. The Mac version was released by Stepping Stone in 1996, while the PC version was released by Mindscape in 1997.