Super Mario Bros | NES

Published by Nintendo, Developed by Nintendo

Genres: Platformer (1-2 players)

Wii: Dec 25th, 2006 (US) | Jan 5th, 2007 (EU) [500 points]

3DS: Mar 8th, 2012 (US) | Mar 1st, 2012 (EU)

Wii U: Sep 19th, 2013 (US) | Sep 12th, 2013 (EU)

Super Mario Bros

For more than twenty years, Mario and Luigi have been tirelessly running and jumping across these caves and castles to put a smile on every player's face. Squash Goombas and crawl down pipes. Swallow mushrooms and Fire Flowers. Discover or rediscover the most popular video game of all time.

This ground-breaking platform game has inspired creators and artists worldwide. If you whistle one of Super Mario Bros.' unforgettable tunes in public transports or in a waiting room, there is little doubt that at least one person around you will be filled with nostalgia and good memories.

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Bob Dole said:

Great memories!

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Vgcrazy said:

A classic! I had it on my NES but I lost it. I am so getting it on Wii! Never got to the last level.

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Captain Jamesman said:

This was the very first Mario game I've ever seen & played.

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Toad said:

Me too! It's simple but very fun.

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Ian C. said:

I love this game, hell I got this one as my first VC game.

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Ian C. said:

But I never could beat the first level. Damn those turtle things are tough.

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Captain Jamesman said:

Jeez, you easily got killed by a few measly Koopas? How sad. *Sorry if I sound offensive to you* Just jump on them and kick there shells. And if they come back to you, jump over them. Take my word, I'm the Super Mario Bros. Master, even though I haven't beaten the game.

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wii player said:

I've beat the game and I love it. World 8-4 is a trick level, you need to know the secrets to win but once you get to bowser all you have to do is jump over him. Not that hard, this is the best selling game ever!

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Ian C. said:

Hey, someone got to minus world besides me?

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Master Foot said:

Back in the day I made over a million points without getting hit even in new game +. Now, I'm probably rusty. I hope that Nintendo gives the US the Lost Levels version soon.

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Ja-Mez said:

I've been to the minus world and my cousin can beat the whole game in less than an hour without losing one life!

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DragonFoxCoon said:

Captain, you can't call yourself the "master" if you haven't beaten the game.

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Captain Jamesman said:

I think they have lost levels in the SNES game, Super Mario All-Star.

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Captain Jamesman said:

You could be right DragonFoxCoon. But I have played this game since I was 2, and I did complete New Super Mario Bros (with the help of my friend, Alan).

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Wii Freak said:

Does this game Save? After I beat bowser in the first level and then go on I die and have to start over again.

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Captain Jamesman said:

Yes Wii Freak it does. In fact, if you have played this game before, it has game files for certain people to play. For example, the owner gets the first file.

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Captain Jamesman said:

Oh wait, I was talking about Super Mario 64! My bad. No, this game doesn't save. But SMBDX does.

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Gonzo said:

That's not even how Mario looks now.

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B. Darius said:

I have a question. I heard that they're going to release "Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels" on the VC. But how can they release that game by itself when you can only play it in Japan, on the GBA, or on "Super Mario All Stars"?

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Ian C said:

I saw a video on youtube that Mario was getting frustrated with Toad every time he beat Bowser, then Mario started doing mean things to Toad ha ha. If any of you want to see it it's called Super Mario Bros. Super Bloopers episode 2. See it, you'll laugh a lot.

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Wii-less said:

This was the first game I ever played on a console. Loved it. I wonder if they have the secret never ending sea level you can get to in the first underground stage? If you're having a hard completing the game, I was the same. I never could complete this game until I found the trick to get unlimited lives in the third World (I think. It's been a long time since I played it). This will be the first VC game I'll get once I can get my hands on Wii.

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B Darius said:

Don't try to change the subject guys! Answer my question!

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That One Guy said:

This is the first VC game I got, aah good times. I found the warp zone without knowing though.

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Toad said:

You know what's weird. The koopas touch you and you die! What are they, grim reapers!

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Captain Jamesman said:

It happens in certain games Toad. Like Sonic the Hedgehog & Crash Bandicoot for example.

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Mariobrothers said:

Toad, a whole bunch of games have that, if you get touched you die.

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Toad said:

I know that! Haha. I was just making a comment.

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Wii Freak said:

I really want Super mario bros 2 and 3 on the VC.

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Jamie said:

This game still holds up today! I just hope they release super mario 2 (japan) aka the lost levels as well over here. It's out in Japan right now, and wouldn't exactly require much translating.

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HxCZeldaFreakHxC said:

Ja-Mez, go to youtube, and search for super mario bros speed run. If you think under an hour is great, try 5 minutes.

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Captain Jamesman said:

FINALLY! After all these years of playing this game, I finally completed it (The GBC Version). Pizza & Soda for everyone!

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Stizuner said:

Oh ya unlimited lives, jumping on the turtle at the end of the 3rd stage. Oh the memories.

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Mario said:

The farthest I have reached is world 8-4.

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Wii Freak said:

No matter how hard we try, this game keeps coming back. Like Nintendo vc, and super paper mario.

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i love mario said:

How do you beat level 8-2? That huge ass jump? Does anybody know what I'm talking about? Is it really just about being very accurate? Or is there a way?

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MIke said:

Old School Super Mario is an awesome game on the Wii. As soon as I connected my Wii and I saw that I could purchase the "old school stuff" I was hooked. Even though as a kid I could beat the game easily, I am having a hard time getting past the hammer turtle at the end because I always seem to lose my fire power before I get there. Anyone know of another way? Also, I have found so many cheats for the game. It is awesome. Damn my GPA has suffered hardcore because of the Wii.

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F Zero X said:

Anyone still wondering, you can save, just not in the general save files way. If you press home, and come back to the game, it will start where you left off, but you can restart by pressing "reset software" in the home menu. (this is kind of out there, but there's a video on youtube with someone beating it in under 1.5 minutes).

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The Hamburgler said:

Not to brag or anything, but I beat the game without using warp tunnels. But I'm not that good, I watched a friend of mine beat it without losing a life.

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Ian C said:

I completed it. Yay! Yo, does someone besides me know how to get to warp zone 6, 7 and 8?

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Charlie said:

THE original video game. No doubt I'm getting this one.

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ZombieKumquat said:

YES! I finally found an NES to buy and got this with duck hunt. I'm so happy! *hugs*.

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Ahshneptifies said:

Yea, 6 7 & 8 are pretty easy to get to. The youtube "super mario bros 1 in 5:00" is wrong man. And there's no doubt that he was using some kind of cheat. If you want to continue on the game over screen just hold the "A" button when it says game over and then press start on the main screen. Wo0t SMB1.

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Ian C said:

Did you people see the mario cartoon? I have the 2 dvd sets they're awesome.

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Captain Jamesman said:

I have. They're great! All I'm missing is the one with Super Mario World.

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Son Ninja said:

This is the game that show the early power of the NES and the main game to prove that videogame could do much more than just scores. The most memorable moment for me in this game is getting those multiple 1Up from a buzzy beetles. Of the glitchy minus level trick is in this game and though I hate that level, it's interesting to note. I'm glad that level didn't make it to the All-Stars version.

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Wiipaw said:

Actually Son Ninja, some copies had the code required to open the minus world. I think there were the Famicom SMB1 game's Worlds -2 and -3 included in the American version too. Unintentionally, of course.

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Nintenjosh said:

Best game next to super smash bros series. I still remember getting my first super mushroom.

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wiiplayer said:

I beat the game dozens of times. I've been playing it since 1989. Still so fun.

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hmwii said:

Uh, I beat the game twice and now on the very first level on the first world there are beetles instead of goombas. I've tried to reset the game but it won't take me back to where the goombas are in it like the original.

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helpneeded said:

I beat the game and upon starting a new game the beetles show up instead of the goombas. How do I reset so it doesn't happen again? The regular Wii reset didn't work.

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deletesave said:

I found out how to delete the saved data. From the Wii Main Menu, click on "Options>Data Management>Save Data>Wii". You will see Super Mario Bros listed. Click on it and select delete.

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