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Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (Nintendo Game Boy Color, 1999)

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Super Mario Bros. Deluxe contains four separate modes of gameplay: Original 1985, Challenge, Versus and The Lost Levels. In addition, there is a picture album and a "toy box" that contains a calendar, a fortune teller and a banner printer.

Original 1985 is Super Mario Bros., plain and simple. The only concession made in the conversion from the NES to the Game Boy Color is that entire height of the playfield doesn't fit on the screen all at once due to differences between the aspect ratios of the two systems. In certain cases, you have to scroll up and down to view objects above and below you. The most welcome addition to this Deluxe version is the ability to save your game after each level.

Mario's goal is to rescue Princess Toadstool from the clutches of the evil Bowser. Along the way, you'll face a variety of nasty enemies, including Goombas, Koopas, Bullet Bills and Hammer Brothers. Mario's main method of attack is to jump on top of enemies, but much needed power-ups will aid you in your quest. Mushrooms make you grow to more than double your normal size, giving you extra strength and the ability get hit once by an enemy without dying. Fireflowers give you the power to shoot fireballs, and stars make you invincible for a limited amount of time. The game is divided into eight worlds, and each of these worlds is divided into four stages, for a grand total of 32 different levels.

Challenge mode adds new goals to each of the original levels. In order to fully complete each level in Challenge mode, you have to find five red coins, a Yoshi egg and reach a certain point total.

Versus mode lets you link up with a buddy in a race between Mario and Luigi. Your goal is to make it to the end of the level as quickly as possible while trying to stop your opponent. Both players will need a copy of Super Mario Bros. Deluxe and a Game Boy Color to participate, but there is also a one-player version than can be unlocked.

The Lost Levels is a special bonus game than can be unlocked. Released as Super Mario Bros. 2 in Japan, the game features the same gameplay as Super Mario Bros. with new worlds, a higher level of difficulty and an "anti-mushroom" that hurts you if you touch it. This game also appeared as "The Lost Levels" in Super Mario All-Stars for the Super NES.

The picture album contains artwork that is revealed when you perform specific tasks in the game, such as when you find a bonus stage or first stomp on a Koopa. The calendar acts as a basic scheduler, the fortune teller provides your with your future, and the banner printer allows you to print various Nintendo and Mario-related pictures. If you have a Game Boy Printer, that is.


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PublisherNintendo
GameSuper Mario Bros. Deluxe
MPN045496730925
UPC045496730925

Key Features
PlatformNintendo Game Boy Color

Tech Details
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1-2
Release Year1999
Game Special Features
  • Complete new objectives while revisiting all 32 levels in the "Challenge" mode

  • Compete against a friend in the all-new "Versus" mode starring Mario and Luigi

  • Includes the original Super Mario Bros. and "The Lost Levels" follow-up

  • Game SeriesSuper Mario Series

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    Created: 05/14/06

    GOOOOD

    This version allows you to play the 1985 original, explore "Lost Levels" that no one’s ever seen before, and much more. There is a comprehensive Versus mode, an original Challenge mode, and even the thoughtful inclusion of a virtual "Toy Box," which contains a calendar, a fortune-telling device, and a banner printer. As in the original, the ultimate goal is to rescue Princess Toadstool from the ill-willed Bowser, and that will require mastering eight different worlds of action. There are dozens of bizarre creatures in this universe, such as flying turtles, horned reptiles, Bullet Bills, and the notorious Hammer Brothers. Thankfully, this version allows you to save your progress at any point in the journey, accessing your games at a later date. The new modes are awesome, and there are plenty of new goodies to be unlocked throughout.

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    Created: 03/30/10

    The best GBC game? Nah. A fun title? Hell yeah!

    When I first got my Game Boy Color, of course I decided to look up some games to play on it. At first I went with the classics, the ones I bought the console for - Metroid II, Pokemon, etc, the golden Game Boy classics that everybody should have in their collection. But then I decided to buy some a GBC game instead of a Game Boy original. After all, that's the system I own, right? So I looked up a little on the Internet and found a few articles on GameSpot. The absolute No.1 GBC game, with 9.9 reviewer score, was Super Mario Bros. Deluxe! I said to myself "Wow". Then I found a pretty neat deal and bought the game. And, of course, it wasn't worth the 9.9. Not by a long shot.
    What Super Mario Bros. Deluxe is, is a complete remake of the original, plus the Japanese SMB2 added to the mix. And that's it. Aside from a few (quite pointless) unlockables, this is the entire game. Just a remake. And I know that the original SMB is a timeless classic, and if it wasn't for it videogames probably would have become extinct by today, but still... come on! It's like making a direct port of of the original Pong on Xbox 360 and give it a 10/10. If I had to grade the game, I'd have probably given it a 9.0 or a 9.2 at best.
    However, let's stop looking at what it's not and look at what it IS, and it is good! The port is almost 1 to 1 with the original, and ALL of the changes that were made were in favor of the Game Boy Color's capabilities. Yes - every glitch is there, every trick is there, every texture is there... you get my point.
    Aside of the game itself there are several bonus modes that prolong gameplay, such as an exploration mode (in which you have to find certain objects hidden in the levels), race mode (in which you race against a friend or Boo the ghost), or a 2-player co-op (in which you and your bud play together using the Link Cable, if you both own a copy of the game). The game is FULL of unlockables, and I mean FULL!!! There's a calendar, a fortune teller, a front page customizer, medals, album, stickers, and a whole lot of others. Unfortunately all of those are completely pointless. It would have been nice if we got something more modern in it, like alternative costumes, cheats, skins, something that actually alters the main game. But oh well, I'll take what I can get, I guess...
    Final verdict - is it the best Game Boy Color game of all time? Not at all, that title still belongs to Ghost Babel in my opinion. Is it worth buying? HELL YEAH!!!!! This is a fun and entertaining title that, although not the best ever, is still pretty damn good. Check it out, I highly recommend it!

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    Created: 02/02/13

    Amazing what you get for your money, a staple for the Gameboy Color

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    Ok, let's look this over for a second.
    It's the original Super Mario Bros, the Lost Levels, and challenges.
    On a GameBoy.
    If you don't have this, you are missing out. That is, if you are a Mario fan.
    First, some things you should know:
    -The first thing you'll notice is the screen is cropped to match the GameBoy. Though it seems annoying at first after playing a NES (or VC) it doesn't affect the gameplay much and the game does a nice job of centering the camera. If needed you can move it up by holding up or down.
    -Since the Color has a different structure than the NES the sound effects and music may sound a bit different but overall Nintendo did a nice job of porting it.
    -This is for the Gameboy Color, so it will play on the Gameboy Color and Advance and Advance SP, but it will NOT work on the original brick or pocket.

    As well as the original, the game includes The Lost Levels (Called Super Mario Bros. For Super Players) but don't expect it to be easy. Skilled Players may enjoy the challenge but for the casual gamer it won't be used a lot. The challenges add more value and include hunting down red coins and racing boos to the end of the level.
    Overall it's an amazing value and jam packed with all kinds of Mario fun. Get it. Now.

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    Created: 08/01/08

    Very fateful remake!

    I love this game simply because i love Super Mario Classic on the NES. And Nentendo did very good in Porting the original Super Mario Bros. to the GBC and added a save-game feature witch for any fan who has played it on the classic NES version knows that that is a god send! and they have also put a few bells and whistles in like Challenge mode where you have to find 5 red coins, and VS mode to play a friend. Anyway all in all you will not be disappointed if you get this game and my rating is 5/5 Great game!!!!!!!

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    Created: 07/13/08

    Just what the Doctor (Mario) ordered!

    Being a 30-something in need of a diversion, this game for my GBC was just what Dr. Mario ordered. The game play is straight-up great, just what we all loved about Super Mario Bros. 'back in the day'. The game offers a challenge mode - something I really have not monkeyed around with much. I'm in it for the Princess!

    The only occasional irritant is the way you can control how much of the vertical content of each level you can see (due to the smaller screen of the GBC), and untimely perspective shifts can send you straight down a hole or into an unseen Trooper. This take some adjustment to your playing, but anyone who has ever played a video game before will catch on quick.

    The option to save and continue is a big plus, especially if your Nintendo fingers have a bit of rust on them! Highly recommended title for a fun platform!

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