Paint Studio 
Mario Artist: Paint Studio (released on December 1, 1999) is a Mario-themed paint program that includes a stamp tool with various Nintendo-related stamps.
Many people refer to Paint Studio as "Mario Paint". Bundled with the Nintendo 64 Mouse, Paint Studio was one of the two 64DD launch titles. Using the Nintendo 64 Capture Cartridge, one can import images from video tape or a regular video camera. The Japanese's version of the Game Boy Camera could also be used with the transfer cartridge.
The studio also had a unique four player drawing mode.
Talent Studio 
Mario Artist: Talent Studio (released on February 23, 2000) is a simple animation production studio which lets the user insert captured images such as human faces onto 3D models and then animate the models. It came bundled with the Nintendo 64 Capture Cartridge. Players could run a VCR, camcorder, etc. through the Capture Cartridge and record movies on the N64. A still image (i.e. a person's face) from a video or Game Boy Camera picture could be pasted onto the characters in movies created with Talent Studio.
The talent studio also contained a few mini games in the style that would later be used in the WarioWare, Inc. franchise of games.
Communication Kit 
Mario Artist: Communication Kit (released on June 29, 2000) allowed users to connect to Randnet's "Net Studio", where it was possible to share Paint/Talent/Polygon Studio creations with other Randnet members. Other features included contests and printing services available to be ordered. The Randnet network service started in December, 1999, and was discontinued on February 28, 2001.
The disc also had content that could be unlocked and used in Paint Studio.
Polygon Studio 
Mario Artist: Polygon Studio (released on August 29, 2000) is a 3D computer graphics editor that lets the user design and render 3D polygon images with a simple level of detail. Supported peripherals are the Expansion Pak and the Nintendo 64 Mouse.
Polygon studio also contains some mini games, which appear in later WarioWare games.
Unreleased titles 
- Mario Artist: Game Maker
- Mario Artist: Graphical Message Maker
- Mario Artist: Sound Maker
- Mario Artist: Video Jockey Maker
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