Super Mario Bros. Deluxe Ad Blurbs (Game Boy Color)
New bonus features, including a two-player competition and Red Coin challenges, makes the '80s classic a gotta-have Pak for the '00s.
The adventure that revitalized the video game market over 15 years ago has returned -- this time souped up for Game Boy Color. Super Mario Bros. can now reach an entire generation of gamers who may have missed the portly plumber's initial rise to fame.
Adding to the addictive fun of the classic game, players have to complete special red coin
challenges in each level. Totally new bonus options are also available, like a calendar feature and special artwork that can be turned into stickers by using the Game Boy Printer.
The new additions are great, but the real fun comes from the classic gameplay. Guide Mario
through 8 worlds packed with secret Mushrooms and free lives, while avoiding Koopas and
blasting Bowser with fireballs. Warp Zones, secret coin rooms, and hidden vines are tucked
away behind breakable blocks, which taught gamers back in the early '80s to explore every nook
and cranny of Mushroom Kingdom.
As an added bonus, you can access eight Super Mario "Lost Levels" by performing exceptionally well in the original game.
Super Mario Bros. is a blast from the past that stands up well to the test of time, and new
bonus features -- including a two-player competition via Game Link Cable -- make this title better than ever.
Available now, Super Mario Bros. Deluxe is compatible only with Game Boy Color.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (60745) on Jul 22, 2005.
The Brothers are back and better than ever!
- Race head-to-head with a friend in VS Mode using the Game link cable (sold separately), or try a single-player race in You VS Boo.
- Customize and print out pictures, awards, banners and much more with the Game Boy Printer (sold separately) - over 100 items in all!
- All the color, speed and action of the original NES Super Mario Bors. in a hand-held format. Relive old adventures while battling through new ones!
Contributed by Corn Popper (69431) on Jul 30, 2003.
Bowser has once again taken over the Mushroom Kingdom, and it's up to Mario to put an end to his sinister reign. Battle Bowser's vile henchmen through 32 different levels - all taken directly from the 1985 classic! Then move on to collect special Red Coins and Yoshi Eggs in the Challenge Mode. Or face off against a friend and race through 8 competition courses in the all-new VS Mode! This time there's a lot more to do than just save a Princess, so get ready for a brick-smashin', pipe-warpin', turtle-stompin' good time!