DescriptionThe Mushroom Kingdom has been invaded by the Koopa, a tribe of turtles who possess dark magic. Their king Bowser has transformed all its inhabitants into stones, bricks, and mushrooms; he has also captured Princess Toadstool. She is the only one who can break the evil spell. Imprisoned in a castle deep in Bowser's new found kingdom, Mario, a humble plumber, hears of the tragedy and sets out to free her.
Run, jump, and throw fireballs to defeat the evil Bowser and his minions.
The game features a remake of the original 1985 game, a challenge mode, and versus game option. Also included are records, an album, and a toy box. The Lost Levels is also included, but has to be unlocked first.
- "スーパーマリオブラザーズデラックス" -- Japanese spelling
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|Does the classic NES game still hold up?||Game Boy Color||MasterMegid (896)|
|Pure platform gaming heaven!||Game Boy Color||Rensch (203)|
|This game is much improved from the original without ruining it.||Game Boy Color||Dark Lord (46)|
|Nintendo wasted a cartridge space for unnecessary extras instead of SMB2 and SMB3.||Game Boy Color||Eri Bellis (2)|
|IGN||Game Boy Color||Jul 21, 1999||10 out of 10||100|
|Video Games||Game Boy Color||Jun, 1999||100|
|Nintendo Life||Game Boy Color||Mar 29, 2010||100|
|Gaming Age||Game Boy Color||Jun 02, 1999||A||100|
|GameSpot||Game Boy Color||Jan 28, 2000||9.9 out of 10||99|
|Super Play (Sweden)||Game Boy Color||Jul, 1999||94 out of 100||94|
|Nintendojo||Game Boy Color||1999||9 out of 10||90|
|Electric Playground||Game Boy Color||1999||9 out of 10||90|
|Power Unlimited||Game Boy Color||Aug, 1999||9 out of 10||90|
|WiiDSFrance||Nintendo 3DS||Apr 09, 2014||4 out of 10||40|
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Version differencesYou cannot see as much of a scene at one time as on the NES version because the Game Boy Color does not have the same dimensions as a standard television set.
- Total! (Germany)
- Issue 01/2000 – Best Game Boy Platformer in 1999
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (Article in the open encyclopedia)