Super Mario Bros

  • Super Mario Bros
    Super Mario Bros. is the first game in the Super Mario series. This game was first released on the Famicom and later the Nintendo Entertainment System. Progress through challenging levels of mushrooms, turtle shells, missiles, and tons more! Play with either Mario or Luigi in the character select menu just before you start to play. S M B. is a video game released for the Family Computer and Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985. Mario's primary attack is jumping on top of enemies, though many enemies have differing responses to this. It shifted the gameplay away from its single-screen arcade predecessor, Mario Bros, and instead featured side-scrolling platformer levels. While not the first game of the Mario franchise, Super Mario Bros.
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    RShift = Insert Coin / Enter = Start / Setup your Controls in game up to 4 Players / Suported Options = Gamepad, Fullscreen, Save and Load
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    Super Mario Bros. is a platform video game developed and published by Nintendo. The successor to the 1983 arcade game, Mario Bros., it was released in Japan in 1985 for the Famicom, and in North America and Europe for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1985 and 1987 respectively. Players control Mario, or his brother Luigi in the multiplayer mode, as they travel the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue Princess Toadstool from the antagonist, Bowser. They must traverse side-scrolling stages while avoiding hazards such as enemies and pits with the aid of power-ups such as the Super Mushroom, Fire Flower and Starman.

    The game was designed by Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka and was initially planned as a farewell salute to cartridge games on the Famicom, in anticipation of the forthcoming release of the Famicom Disk System, drawing technical influence from several of the console's previous games. It was designed with ease of access in mind, with the first level, World 1-1, designed to introduce the core mechanics. The music was composed by Koji Kondo, and is considered influential in making music a larger aspect of video games.

    Super Mario Bros. is frequently cited as one of the greatest video games of all time, with praise going towards its precise controls. It has sold over 40 million physical copies, also making it one of the bestselling games of all time. It is credited alongside the NES as one of the key factors in reviving the video game industry after the 1983 crash, and helped popularize side-scrolling platform games. It began an expansive franchise including a long-running game series, an animated television series, and a feature film. Ports and remakes of the game have been released for most of Nintendo's future systems. Alongside Mario himself, Super Mario Bros. has become a prominent aspect of popular culture.


    One day the kingdom of the peaceful mushroom people was invaded by the Koopa, a tribe of turtles famous for their black magic. The quiet, peace-loving Mushroom People were turned into mere stones, bricks and even field horse-hair plants, and the Mushroom Kingdom fell into ruin.

    The only one who can undo the magic spell on the Mushroom People and return them to their normal selves is the Princess Toadstool, the daughter of the Mushroom King. Unfortunately, she is presently in the hands of the great Koopa turtle king.

    Mario, the hero of this story (maybe) hears about the Mushroom People's plight and sets out on a quest to free the Mushroom Princess from the evil Koopa and restore the fallen kingdom of the Mushroom People. You are Mario! It's up to you to save the Mushroom People from the black magic of the Koopa!


    The player takes control of Mario, or Luigi in the case of the second player, and must reach the end of the level, defeating enemies and collecting powerups along the way. The player can jump on enemies to defeat them. Goombas will die after being stomped on once, but Koopas will hide in their shells, forcing the player to hit them once more. This sends their shells speeding off along the ground. This can be used to kill other enemies if launched in the right direction, but can harm or kill the player as well.

    Powerups in the game are hidden inside coin boxes, which require the player to hit the box to acquire its contents, A Mushroom will make Mario grow in size and allow him to take an extra hit from enemies. A Fire Flower will change the colour of Mario's attire to white and grant him the ability to shoot fireballs, which bounce on the ground and kill all enemies in 1 hit, except for Buzzy Beetles and Bowser. Bowser takes multiple fireballs to kill and Buzzy Beetles cannot be harmed by fireballs.

    The goal is to reach the end of the level and take down Bowser's flag risen above the castle. In the Zone 4 stages, the player must reach the bridge at the end and fight Bowser, who can killed by fireballs or dropped into the lava pit below the bridge by removing the hammer behind Bowser supporting the bridge. The Bowsers that the player fights from World 1 to 7 are False Bowsers. The real Bowser is encountered only at World 8-4, the final level in the game.

    After defeating a False Bowser at the end of a World, the player will proceed to the back of the castle, where a Toad is found being held captive. He will thank the player for saving him and inform the player that the princess is in another castle. The player will then advance to the next world.

    After defeating Bowser at the end of World 8, the player will find Princess Toadstool at the back of the castle, who thanks Mario for saving her. The game ends and the player is given the choice to replay the game in a higher difficulty.


    Princess Toadstool
    Mushroom Retainer


    Bill Blaster
    Bullet Bill
    Buzzy Beetle
    Hammer Bro.
    Koopa Paratroopa
    Koopa Troopa
    Piranha Plant
    Spiny Egg


    False Bowser (Worlds 1 through 7)
    King Bowser Koopa final boss (World 8)

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    Super Mario Bros. Tips, Tricks, and Glitches

    Jump Over the Flagpole (Glitch)
    If you time the jump just right, on World 3-3 you can jump over the flagpole and...well, you just keep running. There's nothing special over there.

    Skating (Glitch)
    If you're Fire Mario, you can "skate" without moving your feet—at least for a moment. When you exit a tunnel or enter a new World, jump and shoot a fireball (B+A buttons) and press right. The skating effect only lasts ten seconds or so.

    How to Get Maximum Fireworks (Tip)
    This was common knowledge when I was a kid, but I have run into some people who didn't hear about it. When you hit the flagpole, the timer in the upper right stops. If that number ends in 1, 3, or 6, you'll get the corresponding number of fireworks...and everybody knows, six fireworks rules!

    How to Get Infinite 1-UPs (Trick)
    First, get to World 3-1, a find a pair of koopa troopas descending stairs. Ignore the first one. When the second one is still on the stairs, jump on it to put it into shell-mode, then stand one step below where the shell lies. Now jump on the shell. If you time it right, you'll automatically bounce off the shell over and over, so you get lots of points and 1-UPs.

    Win and Die Simultaneously (Glitch)
    There's a weird poetic justice to this one. If Mario hits Bowser on World 8-4 at the exact moment he hits the axe (which drops Bowser into the lava pit), Mario dies. But he still wins. This results in an odd scene where Princess Peach gives a speech to no one.

    Completing the game in under 10 minutes

    It is possible to beat the game in very little time. Official records have been held at 5 minutes. In order to achieve this phenomenal time, you must run as quickly as you can at all times, and avoid anything that might slow you down, such as collecting power-ups or dropping down pipes (unless those pipes lead to quicker times).

    World 1-1 - Run from the start of the stage, and take the fourth green pipe from the start, and run quickly through the coin room, and complete the stage.

    World 1-2 - At the final part of the level with the orange platforms moving up and down, anticipate their presence and jump to the first set of platforms that are droping, to the top of the blue platform in the middle, to the next set of platforms that are rising, and make it to the top of the screen in one fluid motion.

    World 4-1 - Beat as normal. To save time, it is possible to jump over the piranha plants. Your jumps have to be timed perfectly though otherwise Mario will be killed by the plants.

    World 4-2 - Towards the beginning of the level, there are a number of "?" blocks with an orange platform to the right of them. Go over this platform and you'll see three brick blocks above you. The left-most block has a beanstalk which will take you to the warp zone for world 8-1. Stand directly underneath the right-most block and jump. An invisible coin block will appear. Go underneath the middle block and a higher up coin block will appear. Now use these blocks that have appeared as stairs. Move Mario so he is standing on the highest "?" block and is underneath the far left brick. Jump to make the beanstalk appear. Destroy the center brick and climb up the beanstalk. Go to the very right hand side of the level and again go down the very left pipe. You will now be in World 8-1.

    World 8-1 to 8-4 - beat as normal. You will complete the game using only a quarter of the levels and in only a fraction of the time.

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