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Milo

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    [not to be confused with the chocolate malt drink]
  • Birthday 09/14/1995

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  1. We all know about how Sonic Genesis for the GBA is a disaster of a port of the original classic. Surely, Mario never had any equivalent trainwreck, right?

    ....right?

    (This is Super Mario Bros. Special, a 1986 port of the original Super Mario Bros.. Never heard of it? That's because it was released only in Japan for Sharp X1 and NEC-PC 8801 computers. As you can see in the title screen, it was

    not developed by Nintendo themselves, Hudson Soft handled this port.)

    1. Ferno

      Ferno

      Mario at least got his trainwreck wiggles out in the 80s and 90s (CDi) tho

    2. Milo

      Milo

      EDIT: Moreover, while the game's title is "Super Mario Bros. Special" and has similar graphics, it does include new level layouts and enemies (specifically from the original arcade Mario Bros. and Donkey Kong). So it actually can be (also) be considered as a

      sequel to the first game, in addition to/rather than being a port.

    3. Spin Attaxx

      Spin Attaxx

      I think SMB Crossover is the only reason people remember this :U

    4. Osmium

      Osmium

      Yeah I remember this. The thing is, is that the level design in this game was pretty alright, if it was a lot smoother to play, it would be pretty cool, sorta another SMB with different levels. 

    5. Milo

      Milo

      @ShroomZed So SMB: The Lost Levels. =p

    6. Osmium

      Osmium

      Yeah, but less difficult. 

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