|Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
The boxart for Super Mario Bros. Deluxe.
|March 1, 2000 (NP)
|July 1, 1999
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe is a video game released for the Game Boy Color in 1999. It is a remake of Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. In Japan, the game was released for the Nintendo Power cartridge rather than for the Game Boy Color.
"Bowser has once again taken over the Mushroom Kingdom, and it's up to Mario to put and end to his sinister reign. Battle Bowsers evil henchmen through 32 different levels - all taken directly from the 1985 classic! Then move on to collect special Red Coins and Yoshi Eggs in 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!"
The story of the game is the same as the originals, as most other aspects of the game.
There are several modes such as:
Original 1985 (Super Mario Bros.), Challenge, Super Mario Bros. for Super Players (Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels), Versus Mode and Toybox. There is also a hidden feature to compose music by entering representations of musical notes in the description of a Toy Box picture. The Toy Box picture will be displayed each time the player resets the game, and the music from the description will play with it.
There is both an English v1.0 and v1.1 internal revision with unknown changes.
This game was also released for Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console. Other than the changes (including Restore Points) introduced with the official emulator options, the Virtual Console releases of the game use a patched ROM that removes the Game Boy Printer option and removes fortune telling text referencing the multiplayer features, as they are not supported in this version.
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