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Super Mario Bros.

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Super Mario Bros. logo.
Box art for Super Mario Bros.

Editor's note: This guide was imported from StrategyWiki, and the images on the subpages are yet to be added.


Super Mario Bros. is one of the most influential games ever released in the history of video games. It was first published on the Famicom in Japan, and on the Nintendo Entertainment System around the world. It was the number one selling Famicom game released in 1985, selling approximately 6,810,000 copies in its production cycle, over four times as many as the next best selling game, Soccer. It was largely credited with reviving the depressed video game market in the United States, which had plummeted around 1983.

Super Mario Bros. is the first installment of the Super Mario series. Although it was not the first side-scrolling platform game (Namco's Pac-Land preceded Super Mario Bros. by one year), it was by far the most popular, and arguably influenced the genre's success for many following years to come.

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To do:

  • Add more info on Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool, and Mushroom Retainers on their respective character sub-pages.
  • Add story
  • Split levels from world pages and expand the level articles (this would make the guide 100% complete)


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