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This article is about the original arcade game. For the Nintendo Entertainment System game, see Super Mario Bros.. For the eponymous characters, see Mario and Luigi. Mario Bros. Mario Bros. arcade flyer Promotional flyer for the 1983 arcade version of Mario Bros., showing characters and enemies from the game Developer(s) Nintendo R&D1 Publisher(s) Nintendo Designer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Gunpei Yokoi Composer(s) Yukio Kaneoka Series Mario Platform(s) Arcade, NES, Atari 2600, Atari 5200, Apple II, Commodore 64, Atari 7800, FM-7, NEC PC88, Amstrad CPC, Atari 8-bit, Famicom Disk System, e-Reader, Game Boy Advance (Japan only), Nintendo 64 (Japan only, ported to Animal Crossing), Nintendo GameCube (ported to Animal Crossing]], Virtual Console Release date(s) Arcade June 1, 1983 NES * JP September 9, 1983 * NA June 1986 * EU September 1, 1986 Virtual Console * JP December 12, 2006 * NA November 19, 2006 * EU December 8, 2006 * AUS December 8, 2006 * KOR December 30, 2008 Genre(s) Platform Mode(s) Up to two players simultaneously Rating(s) * ACB: G * CERO: A (VC) * ESRB: E * PEGI: 3+ (VC) * USK: 0 Cabinet Upright CPU Zilog Z80 @ 3.072 MHz I8039 @ 0.73 MHz Sound DAC, samples Display Horizontal orientation, raster, 256 × 224 resolution Mario Bros.? ( Mario Burazazu?) is an arcade game published and developed by Nintendo in 1983. It was developed by Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of the Mario franchise. It is a follow-up to Donkey Kong and stars Mario, a plumber who was previously named Jumpman. It has been commonly featured as a minigame in the Super Mario Advance series and other games. Mario Bros. has been re-released for the Wii's Virtual Console service in Japan, North America and some PAL regions. In this game, Mario is portrayed as an Italian-American plumber who, along with his brother Luigi, has to defeat creatures that have been coming from the sewers below New York. The gameplay focuses on Mario's extermination of pests in the sewers by flipping them on their backs and kicking them away. The original versions of Mario Bros., the arcade version and the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) version, received positive reception.