Super Mario Bros. Classic NES Series (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2004)
About this product
|Released in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the hugely influential Nintendo Entertainment System console (which first appeared in Japan as the Famicom, in 1984), the "Classic NES Series" of Game Boy Advance cartridges present accurate versions of original NES games, for play on the handheld.|
Former plumbers Mario and Luigi have been sent to rescue to Princess Toadstool and restore peace to the kingdom. They must make their way over land, under ground, and through the sea, in eight worlds divided into four levels each. At the end of each world, the brothers come face to face with Bowser, the evil king of the Koopas, who must be stopped before the quest can continue.
|Game||Super Mario Bros. [Classic NES Series]|
|Platform||Nintendo Game Boy Advance|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Series||Super Mario Series|
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- kemblexxx9Aug 27, 2015by
a great classic game too play
I use too play this alot back in the day it was the best game ever at first brings back the kid in me even the fact im older today
- taquinaskFeb 24, 2011by
Well, celebrating Mario's 20th anniversary as a console video game character, Nintendo has decided to kick off a series of re-releases of classic NES game, starting, of course, Super Mario Bros. Basically, this isn't a bad port. I think that personally the game itself is great. But unless you can't handle buying anything more than 3 years old, don't spend your money on this. A much better port of this was released 5 years earlier for the gameboy color called 'Super Mario Bros. Deluxe', which had the original, along with a versus mode, in which you and another Mario player could race through a level via link cable. It also had a 'challenge' mode in which you explore a level, rather than race to complete it. Its unlockables included a 1 player racing game in which you race Boo instead of another Mario player, along with a port of 'The Lost Levels', once you beat the 300000 point high score, along with a couple of fun little time wasters in the toy box. I guess this has turned into a review of SMBDX instead of this SMB, but heck; unless you're absolutely convinced that you can be entertained for days on end with a single 32-level 8-bit Mario game, find a copy of SMBDX for the Gameboy Color, it'll be cheaper and more for your money.Read full review
- sherlock943rich...Oct 17, 2014by
Just as I remembered from the 64 great game for anyone of any age...I am 65 years old and still enjoy gaming
- show*me*the*mon...Jan 20, 2006by
JUST LIKE OLD TIME
WHEN I BOUGHT THIS GAME FOR MY SON, I WAS THE ONE PLAYING IT THE MOST. MY SON GOT THE HANG OF IT AND CAN PLAY GOOD. THE GAME IT SELF IS A FUN AND JUST LIKE OLD TIMES. ONE OF THE BEST GAME TO OWN!!
- coelhojoli5_201...Jul 6, 2014by
Recommend to everyone who likes classic games!
Very nice game =)<br>If you like old classic games, you need this game in your collection.<br>9 worlds, every different<br>many types on enemies<br>Classic mushroom to grow you<br>Many levels<br>Hiden functions<br>Excelent!!