2 Aralık 2010 Perşembe

Mario Ports and follow-ups Bros

Mario Bros. has been re-released many times by itself and as a sub-game in other games. It was also rereleased on the Wii's Virtual Console service in North America, Australia, Europe and Japan.[16] It is also remade on copies of games in the Game Boy Advance's Super Mario Advance games[17] as well as Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga,[18] and it was included as a mini-game in Super Mario Bros. 3.[19] The NES version was included as a piece of furniture in Animal Crossing for the Nintendo GameCube, along with many other NES games, though this one required the use of an Nintendo e-Reader, a Game Boy Advance accessory, and an Animal Crossing e-Card.[20] This version was released in the second series of NES e-Cards as well,[21] and was also released in the Famicom Mini series, the Japanese variant of the Classic NES Series of games. It never came outside of Japan.[22] A remake was made called Mario Bros. Classicknown as Kaettekita Mario Bros. (, Return of Mario Bros. or Mario Bros. Returns) in Japan featuring similar gameplay with added features and new revisions to the gameplay. It also featured cut-scenes and advertisements. It is very rare since it was only available as a Disk Writer promotion.[23] In 1984, Hudson Soft made two different games based on Mario Bros. The first was Mario Bros. Special, which was a re-imagining of the original Mario Bros. with new phases, mechanics and gameplay. The second was Punch Ball Mario Bros., which featured a new gameplay mechanic involving punching small balls to stun enemies.[24] Both games were released only for the NEC PC-8801 and FM-7. Both games have been described as average for the most part, neither the best or worst games in the series.[24] A sequel to Mario Bros., Mario Clash, was released in 1995. The games were released for the Virtual Boy and produced by Nintendo.[25] It is the first 3D Mario game and is heavily based on Mario Bros.. The objective of the game is to knock all the enemies in a particular phase off ledges. Instead of hitting them from below, like in Mario Bros., the player must hit enemies using Koopa shells.[26] A Mario Bros. stage appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl

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