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Yoshi's Butt Touching Adventure. (Japanese 私は冬にゆっくりと私の陰茎に触れる, Sūpā Dumb Bakās Desu ''Supper Mayonnaise Broskies) is a platform video game released for the Sega 84plusU (& knuckles) on September 13, 1924 B.C. It is an HD re-release of the arcade game Mario Bros. and was the first appearance of Super Mario, Mario's superior Filipino cousin. The game introduces many things to the Mario legacy, including mushrooms, evil mushrooms, and flying tortoises.

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Story

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So, our heroes went out to get their best friend Bowser to exterminate the Mushroom Kingdom of the pests.

Gameplay

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If Small Mario takes a hit, falls down a pit, or if the Time Limit runs out, he loses a life, and restarts the level. The point where Mario continues depends on how far he ran through the level before getting defeated; either from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginningeither from the beginning, or at one of several invisible "checkpoints" throughout the level.

Mario can get special power-ups out of ? Blocks or, uncommonly, Brick Blocks. Most of the ? Blocks in which Mario can find these items are visible, but some are hidden and only become visible when Mario hits them from beneath. With the Super Mushroom, he turns into Super Mario. As Super Mario, he can survive the hit of an enemy one time, at the cost of turning back to Small Mario. He may also destroy empty Brick Blocks by jumping beneath them. Additionally, he can also get the Fire Flower. With the Fire Flower, Super Mario turns into Fire Mario, which allows him to shoot fireballs at enemies to defeat them from a distance. With the 1-Up Mushroom, he gains an additional life; he can also get an extra life if he collects a hundred coins. With the [https://www.youtube.com/watn Brick Blocks, Mario turns invincible for a short amount of time, and can defeat enemies by simply touching them.

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Controls

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Hard mode

After beating the main game, the player is given the option to pick a world to play in "a new quest" - a harder mode where all Gooeither from the beginningppear in all possible locations. Additionally, the music is slightly faster. However, the player still has the same amount of teither from the beginningh lo extra points when theiame was finished. However,n enemy. The story remains exactly the same, as each of the first seven castles contain a mushroom retainer that needs rescuing, while the eighth castle has Princessng new from the previous time the g Toadstool. If the player points can be gained faster by jumping on a Buzzy Beetle and then running with the shell as it hits other Buzzy Beetles and Koopa Troopas. Earlier levels in hard mode are the same as their harder clones; for instance, 1-3, which is an easier version of 5-3 in the normal game, is identical to it in hard mode. ime to complete eac

Items

Super Mario Bros. introduced some elements that made subsequent appearances in later Mario games:

Coin File:SMBCoin.gif 200 points Very Common Collecting 100 of them gives an extra life.
Super Mushroom File:SMB Supermushroom.svg 1000 points Uncommon Gives the Super form.
Fire Flower File:Fire Flower.gif 1000 points Uncommon Gives the ability to shoot fireballs.
Super Star File:Starman.gif 1000 points Rare Gives invincibility for a moment.
1-Up Mushroom File:SMB 1-upmushroom.svg 0 points Rare Gives an extra life.
3444444-Up Green Yellow Mushrom 232324234234234 points Very Very Uncomon Gives a 10008876746 extra life
Stupid Soup 09 Points Non Non Very Very Very Stupid Rare Gives ability to shot Fireballs and Guns

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Transformations

Small Mario File:SMB Smallmario.svg The wild Mario's naturally natural state in nature. One hit kills him.
  • Weakest form used when a new game begins.
  • Can lose a life by touching an enemy or obstacle.
Super Mario File:SMB Supermario.svg Requires Super Mushroomack into Small form by touching an enemy or obstacle.
Return of the Mack Mario File:SmallinvincibleMario.gif Mario becomes the top of the food chain and eats everyone. Basically Kirby
  • Gains the ability to break Brick Blocks.
  • Reverts back into Small form by touching an enemy or obstacle.
Fire Mario File:SMB Firemario.svg Requires Fire Flower
  • Gains the ability to throw fireballs to defeat enemies.
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Characters

Playable Characters

  • Mario
  • Green Mario - Mario's Filipino cousin from Korea who looks exactly like him. He isn't Luigi, as they he has white overalls rather than our beloved Luigi's blue overalls.
  • Princess Potato - The beautiful princess of the Mushroom Kingdom's... twin sister cousin best friend from the Comet Observatory. Everyone hates her.
  • Mushroom retainers
  • Golden Freddy-The Most of Male Character he can do high high jump and teleport
  • Red TF2 Heavy-He can be cool

Enemies

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|An indestructible cannon. It shoots an endless amount of dildos; however, it does sex if the player is near it. |- |Dildo

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|Slow but steady dildos. They come from Dildo Blasters, and the only way to defeat them is to stomp on them or by hitting them with under the influence of a Shitman. |- |Buzzy Beetle

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|A small turtle that hides in its shell when jumped on, just like Koopa Troopas; however, it is immune to fireballs. |- |Cheep Cheep

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|A red, green or gray fish normally found swimming in water. In certain levels starting with World 2-3, they will leap from the water trying to hit Mario or Luigi. |- |Fire Bar

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|Various fireballs stacked together moving either clockwise or counter clockwise. Their length may vary. |- |Goomba

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|Mushroom traitors that walk back and forth. They are the most weak and common enemies throughout the game and can be stomped or hit with fireballs or a Super Star. |- |Hammer Brother

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|Green biped, helmeted Koopas that come in pairs. They throw an endless amount of hammers towards Mario, and at certain times they jump. |- |Koopa Paratroopa

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|Koopas with wings. Hostile green ones jump towards the player, and breezy red ones fly back and forth, or up and down. |- |Koopa Troopa

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|A soldier of the Turtle Empire that marches onwards. If stomped, it retreats in its shell that can be kicked to hit other enemies and gain points. Green ones walk back and forth just like Goombas, and red ones timidly turn around when they find a pit. |- |Lakitu

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|A bespectacled Koopa hiding in a small cloud. It throws an infinite amount of Spiny Eggs towards the player. |- |Lava Bubble

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|A fireball guardian of the Koopa King's lair. It jumps from the lava trying to hit Mario. |- |Piranha Plant

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|A carnivorous plant that lives in pipes. It rises up trying to hit Mario and retreats. If Mario is near, it won't rise up. |- |Spiny

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|Lakitu's small yet tough pet with a red, spiked shell: if Mario tries to stomp it, he will get damaged. |- |Spiny Egg

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Bosses

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List of levels

World Level Setting Enemies found
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World 1

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Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa
World 1

-2

Underground Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Piranha Plant
World 1

-3

Athletic Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa,
World 1

-4

Castle Fire Bar, Bowser Impostor (Goomba)
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World 2

-1

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant
World 2

-2

Underwater Blooper, Cheep Cheep, Piranha Plant
World 2

-3

Athletic Cheep Cheep
World 2

-4

Castle Fire Bar, Lava Bubble, Bowser Impostor (Koopa Troopa)
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World 3

-1

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Hammer Brother
World 3

-2

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant
World 3

-3

Athletic Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa
World 3

-4

Castle Fire Bar, Lava Bubble, Bowser Impostor (Buzzy Beetle)
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World 4

-1

Overworld Piranha Plant, Lakitu, Spiny
World 4

-2

Underground Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Piranha Plant, Buzzy Beetle
World 4

-3

Athletic Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa
World 4

-4

Castle Piranha Plant, Lava Bubble, Fire Bar, Bowser Impostor (Spiny)
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World 5

-1

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Bullet Bill
World 5

-2

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Buzzy Beetle, Bullet Bill, Hammer Brother (Blooper, Cheep Cheep)
World 5

-3

Athletic Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Bullet Bill
World 5

-4

Castle Lava Bubble, Fire Bar, Bowser Impostor (Lakitu)
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World 6

-1

Overworld Piranha Plant, Lakitu, Spiny
World 6

-2

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Buzzy Beetle (Blooper, Cheep Cheep)
World 6

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Athletic Bullet Bill
World 6

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Castle Lava Bubble, Fire Bar, Bowser Impostor (Blooper)
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World 7

-1

Overworld Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Buzzy Beetle, Hammer Brother, Bullet Bill
World 7

-2

Underwater Blooper, Cheep Cheep, Piranha Plant
World 7

-3

Athletic Cheep Cheep, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa
World 7

-4

Castle Lava Bubble, Fire Bar, Bowser Impostor (Hammer Brother)
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World 8

-1

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Buzzy Beetle
World 8

-2

Overworld Goomba, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Buzzy Beetle, Lakitu, Spiny, Bullet Bill
World 8

-3

Overworld Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Bullet Bill, Hammer Brother
World 8

-4

Castle Goomba, Koopa Paratroopa, Piranha Plant, Fire Bar, Lava Bubble, Buzzy Beetle, Hammer Brother, Blooper, Cheep Cheep, Bowser

Glitches

Main article: List of glitches in Super Mario Bros.

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Main article: Minus World

The Minus World is an endless underwater level, identical to World 7-2, which is accessed through a programming glitch. There is no way to successfully complete the level, as entering the pipe at the end will simply return Mario or Luigi to the one at the beginning.[1] While there is no strategic advantage in performing this glitch, many find it intriguing. The glitch was removed in all remakes of the game, excluding the imports and Virtual Console remakes. The Japanese Famicom Disk System version of the game includes a different version of the Minus World. It contains three levels which can be beaten, and once -3 is complete, the player will return to the title screen as if they had beaten the game.

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To activate the glitch, Mario must go to World 1-2 and stand on top of the pipe that leads to the above-ground flag, without going in the pipe. Then he must break the second and third block from the pipe, but leave the one on the far right. Then he must stand on the left edge of the pipe (facing left) and duck. He then has to jump while in a ducking position and move right in mid-air (while still facing left). If done correctly, Mario will go through the block on the far right and through the wall to the Warp Zone. Mario must then go through the pipe that would normally lead to World 2-1 or World 4-1, and Mario will enter the Minus World (world -1; it's actually world 36-1, but the game displays the number "36" as a single blank space).

If World 2-2 or 7-2 is edited in a ROM editor so that it is possible to beat it during the underwater segment, there is a World -2, an underwater version of 3-4. If World 3-4 is edited in a ROM editor, then there is a World -3. It is also a version of 3-4, but with overworld graphics; Beating World -3 takes the player to World -4, a level which is just a blank screen. Template:Br

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In some levels, it is possible to jump over the flagpole. Beyond the flag pole is nothing but an endless path. There is nothing to do; all that can be done is wait for the timer to get to zero. To do this glitch in World 1-1, right after the second pit, Mario needs to wait for the Koopa Troopa to about to fall into the pit and simultaneously jump at the top of the level right above the Koopa. After that, the Koopa will be stuck underneath the level, but the player will still be able to see it. When the Koopa starts to walk under the level, Mario should follow it to the end. Along the way, it's required to grab a Super Mushroom. When the Koopa is halfway between the staircase and the Flagpole, the player must do the glitch again and Mario will jump above the flagpole.

To do this glitch in World 3-3, at the end of the level the player must stand of the last lift until another one has completely lifted, before falling off. After that, the player must accelerate as fast as possible and jump from the far edge of the lift. The lift should not lower while doing so.[2]

There is a brick right after the Fortress' or Castle's first door, which stops Mario from going past the Fortress at the end of the levels.

In Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, this is actually exploited to hide Warp Zones. In worlds 3-1 and A-3, there are warp zones placed beyond the goals. In other worlds, while it is possible to go over the flagpole, the edge of the world is a few steps past the fortress, and the player is not able go far enough for the flagpole to scroll off the screen.

On a side note, this glitch was fixed in the SNES version of the game.

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Development

Super Mario Bros. was developed at the same time as The Legend of Zelda, and both shared numerous staffers: Shigeru Miyamoto, Takashi Tezuke, Toshihiko Nakago, Koji Kondo, Kazuaki Morita, Yasunari Nishida, and Hiroshi Yamauchi.

According to the developers, some aspects in Super Mario Bros. was taken from The Legend of Zelda; Fire Bars were one example, as they were present in the castles in The Legend of Zelda. Miyamoto implemented Fire Bars into Super Mario Bros. as an obstacle.

The main goal of Super Mario Bros. was to have a character travel through many lands with all different themes to each other and it would feature a diverse terrain, such as land, water, and sky. They intended for the main character to be twice the size of the final one.

In the beginning of developing the game, Mario wasn't supposed to be a playable character from the start. Instead, the players would have to control a 16 × 32 pixel square[3]. The square couldn't even jump and as a result, Tezuka made Mario the playable character instead of the square.

Nakago and his team, Systems Research and Development (SRD), colored the background blue in some levels[4]. This was unusual, because video games released during this time period usually had a black background, to avoid eye-strain and to avoid getting distracted by the bright colors. After coloring the background blue in some levels, Nakago then started designing maps for this game. First, Miyamoto and Tezuka would draw the levels on paper, and then Nakago and his team would design it into the video game and program it. Miyamoto wanted levels to last about a minute long and he told SRD to do so. He then realized that it usually takes about a second to travel across a screen, and that numerous of screens would have been implemented in one stage. SRD first thought that Miyamoto would request them to make 60 screens per stage, but Miyamoto then explained that obstacles in each screen would slow down the player's progress, which resulted in an average of about 12 screens per level. The stage with the most screens has only 32, which is about half of what SRD had expected.

Nakago stated that a lot of documents were sent to them everyday to change some aspects of stages. Adjusting conditions in the stage was a tiresome job that is not present today because of the technology now available. Everyday, the group would do all they could do of what was stated in the documents, and until would work until 10 at night. The next morning, they repeated the process.

Beta elements

Main article: List of Super Mario Bros. beta elements

The game was far more focused on action than platforming. The game was split between ground and sky segments, which had Mario shooting enemies. Mario could use weapons and the control scheme was different as a result, such as having the up arrow of the Template:Button used as the jump button.

Reception and legacy

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Super Mario Bros. received critical acclaim and is considered one of the best games of all time. One of the most-praised aspects of the game is the precise controls, which allow players to control how far and high the characters jump and how fast they can run. The game popularized side-scrolling video games, and the game has since received several sequels and spin-offs, and many different ports and alternative versions. All characters, enemies, and items found throughout the game have returned for following Mario games and the plot of Bowser kidnapping the princess has returned throughout the series.

The game was placed 14th in the 100th issue of Nintendo Power's "100 best Nintendo games of all time" in 1997.[5] It ranked the first spot in Electronic Gaming Monthly's "Greatest 200 Games of Their Time", named in IGN's top 100 games of all time lists in 2005 and 2007, and declared the second-best Mario game of all time. IGN also placed it 3rd in their Top 100 NES Games list[6].

Super Mario Bros. sold 40.24 million units with its NES release[7], being the best-selling Mario game and the second best-selling game of all time. In addition, according to one of the tips in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Super Mario Bros. has sold over 300 million units worldwide across all platforms it has been released on. It has received several other works such as The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and the Super Mario Bros. film.

The game's impact on popular culture was so big that during 2010, a street in Zaragoza, Aragón (Spain), was named after it.

References in later games

  • Super Mario Bros. Special - A sequel created by Hudson Soft.
  • Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels - A direct sequel to Super Mario Bros. using many of the same sounds and sprites.
  • Vs. Super Mario Bros. - This is a harder version of Super Mario Bros. for arcades.
  • All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. - A remake of the '85 classic with elements that pertain to the radio program All Night Nippon replacing some of the original game's elements.
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 - The non-Japanese sequel to this game. Mushrooms, Stars, and Shells appear.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 - Bowser returns along with the rest of the Koopa Troop, as well as elements from the original Super Mario Bros.. When Princess Toadstool is saved, she says, "Thank you! But our Princess is in another castle!…Just kidding!" That is a reference to Toad's lines in this game.
  • Super Mario Land - Mario's sprite in this game is near identical to his sprite from Super Mario Bros. Gameplay is also near identical.
  • Alleyway - Several sprites from Super Mario Bros. appear in bonus levels.
  • Super Mario World - If the player waits on the Special World map for two minutes, a cover version of the Super Mario Bros. overworld theme will start playing.
  • Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars - If the player goes behind a curtain in Booster Tower, Mario briefly turns into his 8-bit sprite from Super Mario Bros. Also, when Mario takes a shower at Marrymore, he can be heard singing the overworld theme from this game.
  • Super Mario 64 - Outside the Warp Pipe that leads to the final boss, carved into pillars are what look like sprites of Mario and Bowser from this game.
  • Paper Mario - If Mario jumps into a huge vase in a room in the first floor of the Boo's Mansion, he will become 8-bit. Unlike Paper Mario: The Thousand Year-Door, his allies will not become an 8-bit form.
  • Super Smash Bros. - The main theme can be heard on the playable stage of Peach's Castle. The Mushroom Kingdom happens to be a stage which can be unlocked.
  • Luigi's Mansion - Although not distinctly noted as such, the idea of King Boo using a Bowser decoy (through magic of his) may be loosely based on the seven Bowser Impostors in this game.
  • Super Smash Bros. Melee - The main theme and underground theme can be heard on the playable stage of Peach's Castle. You can also hear the underwater theme in the Rainbow Cruise stage.
  • Super Mario Sunshine - A castle level is seen when Mario first met F.L.U.D.D. The secret levels play this game's main theme, and various 8-bit pattern are seen in the background of the secret levels of Ricco Harbor and Sirena Beach. You can hear the underwater theme in the demo.
  • Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 - Some of the available levels for World-e include reproductions of this game's Worlds 1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, and 2-2 in Super Mario Advance 4's style. Only World 1-1 was made available outside Japan.
  • Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga - At the Border between Mushroom Kingdom and Beanbean Kingdom, there's a minigame called Border Jump that uses the Level end of most levels in the original game (including the Flagpole that was used to tell time in the game). Also there is a 2D obstacle room before Roy's room which ends with Mario getting the axe and burning the Bowser decoy above a lava bridge. Finally, Mario can be heard singing the main theme while taking a shower in the beginning.
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door - If the player jumps up into a vent and then comes down into the changing room in the X-Naut Fortress then Mario and all his allies will become 8-bit and similar in style to the Super Mario Bros. sprites.
  • Mario Superstar Baseball - The loading screen has Mario hitting a ? Block in graphics from Super Mario Bros..
  • Mario Tennis: Power Tour - In the ending, a cover version of the main theme song plays.
  • Mario & Luigi Partners in Time - Toadsworth the Younger states when Baby Peach flies away "You will save her, won't you? I assure you she's NOT in another castle.", referencing the mushroom retainers' famous line "Thank you, Mario! 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Also, in Flipswitch Galaxy, the background contains an overworld scene and an underground scene from this game.
  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl - The stage Mushroomy Kingdom is based on worlds 1-1 and 1-2 of this game. It also has arranged tracks from this game, which are the two versions of the Overworld Theme, the Underground Theme, and the Underwater Theme.
  • Wii Sports Resort - In Island Flyover, if the player flies by the Hillside Cabins, the Super Mario Bros. overworld and game over theme can be heard.
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii - The second level of Coin Battle World looks exactly like 1-1 from Super Mario Bros.
  • Super Mario 3D Land - Mario's sprite from this game is used as the marker of where Mario is in a world. Mario also hums the main theme in the cutscene between worlds 5 and 6. Bowser Impostors also return.
  • Mario Kart 7 - Piranha Plant Pipeway is heavily based on the underground levels of this game.
  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 - The first course in Coin Rush's Gold Classics Pack is based off World 1-1 and World 1-2. Also the last course is based off of Bowser's Castle.
  • New Super Luigi U - Various sprites of Luigi are reused as hidden Luigis.
  • Mario & Luigi: Dream Team - The theme heard when there is a tutorial is a cover of the overworld theme.
  • Super Mario 3D World - Mario's sprite from this game is seen on the saving screen. Luigi's sprite can be spotted in some levels and on the button to enter the Luigi Bros. game.
  • NES Remix - Super Mario Bros. is a game remixed in this game.
  • Mario Party: Island Tour - The theme is heard in the minigames Xylophone Home and Goomba Tower Takedown is the overworld theme.
  • NES Remix 2 - A port to the game titled Super Luigi Bros. is where the player controls Luigi, and all the levels are mirrored.

Alternate versions and re-releases

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  • 1985 - Original Nintendo Entertainment System release (US/Japan)
  • 1985 - Ported into the American arcade machine Nintendo PlayChoice-10.
  • 1986 - Re-released on the Famicom Disk System in Japan.
  • 1986 - Released as a Game & Watch title.
  • 1986 - Released in arcades as Vs. Super Mario Bros..
  • 1986 - Released on the Famicom Disk System as All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros..
  • 1988 - Re-released on the NES in the US as part of the 2-in-1 Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt compilation, packaged with the NES Action Set.
  • 1988 - Re-released on the NES in Europe as part of the Super Mario Bros./Tetris/Nintendo World Cup compilation, sold alone or with the Top Loader.
  • 1990 - Re-released on the NES in the US as part of the 3-in-1 Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt/World Class Track Meet compilation, packaged with the NES Power Set.
  • 1990 - Re-released on the NES as part of Nintendo World Championships 1990.
  • 1993 - Remake available on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as part of the Super Mario All-Stars compilation (known as Super Mario Collection in Japan). Graphics and sound were updated, and many glitches were removed.
  • 1994 - Remake available on the SNES in the US as part of the Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World compilation, packaged with the SNES Mario Set.
  • 1999 - Remake released on the Game Boy Color as Super Mario Bros. Deluxe. The game featured the original game's graphics but loads of additional content.
  • 2002 - The original game is available as an unlockable NES game in Animal Crossing. However, it can currently only be unlocked using a cheating device.
  • 2004 - The original game was re-released on the Game Boy Advance as part of the NES Classics / Famicom Mini collection, celebrating 20 years of the Famicom in Japan. It was also re-released on September 13, 2005 in Japan to celebrate 20 years of the original NES game.
  • 2006 - Available on the Wii as part of the Virtual Console.
  • 2008 - Available in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a playable demo.
  • 2010 - Remake released with Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition.
  • 2010 - Virtual Console remake with the question marks on the ? Blocks replaced with "25", exclusively bundled with a special, red Wii.
  • 2011 - Released on the 3DS as part of the Virtual Console. It is a free download for those who purchased a 3DS prior to the August 12th price drop. The full release version was released on January 5, 2012 in Japan, on February 16, 2012 in North America and on March 1, 2012 in Europe and Australia.
  • 2013 - Released on the Wii U as part of the Virtual Console service via the Wii U eShop in Japan on June 5 and in Europe, Australia and North America on September. The game was also featured in NES Remix.
  • 2014 - Re-released in NES Remix 2 as Super Luigi Bros. The game was also featured in Ultimate NES Remix along with the port of Super Mario Bros., Speed Mario Bros.
  • 2016789-New Mario sequel called Captain Yogi Bear.The Star Wars Sequel.

Staff

Main article: List of Super Mario Bros. staff

Director

  • Shigeru Miyamoto

Original Music

  • Koji Kondo

Designers

  • Shigeru Miyamoto
  • Takashi Tezuka

Programmers

  • Kazuaki Morita
  • Toshihiko Nakago
  • Yasunari Nishida

Producer

  • Shigeru Miyamoto

Executive Producer

  • Hiroshi Yamauchi

Creator of fanclub

  • Weegee

Media

Gallery

Quotes

  • "im gay" — Shigeru Miyamoto, Super Mario History 1985-2010 Booklet
  • "Developing this game was fun because it felt like we were solving a puzzle as we were making it." — Takashi Tezuka, Super Mario History 1985-2010 Booklet
  • "There was so much enthusiasm on this project because we were trying to create something that had never been done before." — Koji Kondo, Super Mario History 1985-2010 Booklet
  • "Thank you Mario! But our princess is in another castle!" — Mushroom Retainer, Super Mario Bros.
  • "Thank you Mario! Your quest is over. We present you a new quest." — Princess Toadstool, Super Mario Bros.

Trivia

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  • The storyline states that Koopas used black magic to aid their conquest of the Mushroom Kingdom (and transform the Mushroom People). The only other occurrences of this is by the Koopalings in Super Mario Bros. 3, Magikoopas, and Bowser in Yoshi's Story, Paper Mario (with the aid of the Star Rod), and Mario Party 8.
  • Despite being unmentioned in the Japanese manual,[8] the Mushroom King appears in Asian-drawn strategy guide illustrations.
  • The Guinness Book of World Records 2011: Gamer's Edition stated that this game was also remade on the Nintendo 64, which is incorrect.
  • In North America, Mario's sprite on the cover is recolored and reused on the Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. NES releases.
  • All of the sprites and tiles in the game have at least four color schemes, one for each setting: either brown, beige, and black, or green, yellow, and white for overworld environments, blue, cyan, and black or teal, brown, and pink for underground environments, black, gray, and yellow or gray, yellow, and white for underwater environments, black, gray, and white for castle environments, and red, yellow, and white for all four.
  • The clouds and bushes in Super Mario Bros. are actually the same sprite in different colors, most likely to save space. Piranha Plant Pipeway from Mario Kart 7 makes a reference to this, as the cloud and bushes are the same model in different colors.
  • Doge is Cameo in game


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References

  1. YouTube video of "Minus World"
  2. Several glitches on YouTube
  3. "Super Mario Bros. main character originally started out as...a huge square"
  4. Iwata Asks: New Super Mario Bros Wii
  5. http://www.gamekult.com/communaute/forum/voirmessage.html?foid=13000909, retrieved 6/4/2009
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  7. Super Mario Sales Data: Historical Units Sold Numbers for NES, SNES, N64... GameCubicle. Retrieved January 25, 2015.
  8. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named MushStory

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