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Super Mario Bros. (Game & Watch)

Super Mario Bros. was released on the game and watch in 1983 and featured 8 levels, in which the player (Mario) has to rescue Princess Toadstool from the evil King Koopa.

It was also re-released as a nintendo mini classic in 1998.

Plot

The plot is almost identical to that of the original NES game , only shorter and without boss fights.

Gameplay

Mario must go through eight auto-scrolling levels without falling and losing a life. When the levels are cleared, Mario must repeat them in the next loop. The second loops and onward have enemies. Further, Lakitus throw hammers as opposed to Spinies . There are a total of nine loops of increasing difficulty. There are two types of levels; scroll screen levels and timer screen levels. In the scroll screen levels, Mario must travel a given distance displayed on the screen. In the timer screen levels, Mario has to go through the world within a given time.



Characters


Levels

  • World No. 1 Canyon
  • World No. 2 Gym
  • World No. 3 Burning Room
  • World No. 4 Channel
  • World No. 5 Hop
  • World No. 6 Beam
  • World No. 7 Maze
  • World No. 8 Burning Road


Connections

References

  1. ^ Widescreen Super Mario Bros. info page at In the Attic Retrieved 13 November 2010
  2. ^ Gameandwatch.com Retrieved 13 November 2010
  3. ^ The Handheld Games Museum: the "Special" Super Mario Bros. Retrieved 13 November 2010
  4. ^ In the Attic's page on the "Special" Super Mario Bros. Retrieved 13 November 2010
  5. ^ Replacement Docs - Super Mario Bros. (Wide Screen)

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