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The History of Super Mario Bros Computer Game: How It Became a Classic
Super Mario Bros is a classic game that has been enjoyed by millions of players around the world. It was first released in 1985 by Nintendo and quickly became one of the most popular video games of all time. The game follows Mario, a plumber from Brooklyn, who must rescue Princess Toadstool from the evil Bowser. In this article, we will explore the history of Super Mario Bros computer game and how it became a classic.
The Origins of Super Mario Bros
The origins of Super Mario Bros can be traced back to 1983 when Nintendo released Donkey Kong. The game featured a character named Jumpman who would later become known as Mario. In 1985, Nintendo released Super Mario Bros for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The game was an instant success and helped to revitalize the video game industry, which had suffered from a market crash in 1983.
Gameplay and Features
Super Mario Bros is a side-scrolling platformer where players must navigate through various levels while avoiding obstacles and enemies. The game features power-ups such as mushrooms that make Mario larger or flowers that give him fireballs to defeat enemies. Players can also collect coins throughout each level to earn extra lives.
One of the unique features of Super Mario Bros is its hidden secrets and warp zones. By finding hidden blocks or jumping in certain locations, players can skip entire levels or go to secret areas with extra lives or power-ups.
Legacy and Impact on Gaming
Super Mario Bros has had an enormous impact on gaming since its release in 1985. It helped to establish Nintendo as a major player in the video game industry and sparked a renewed interest in home console gaming.
The success of Super Mario Bros also led to numerous sequels, spin-offs, and merchandise featuring the iconic character. Mario has become one of the most recognizable video game characters in the world and has appeared in over 200 video games.
Super Mario Bros computer game is a classic that has stood the test of time. Its engaging gameplay, unique features, and lasting legacy have made it one of the most beloved video games of all time. Whether you’re a longtime fan or a newcomer to the series, Super Mario Bros is a game that is sure to provide hours of fun and entertainment.
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Ghost can refer to:
- The ghost boss from Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 .
- The ghost , Baby Bowser 's "pet" in Yoshi's Story .
- The boss and enemy ghosts from Wario Land II .
- Ghost enemies from Donkey Kong 64 . They are actually Kremlings wearing bedsheets.
- The ghost enemy from Wario Land 4 .
- Ghosts , the main enemy species from the Luigi's Mansion series .
- Ghosts , enemies that appear in DK: King of Swing and DK: Jungle Climber .
- Ghosts from the Mario Kart series , which are recordings of the player's driving performance.
- Ghost from Super Mario Galaxy 2 , a guide that the players can follow through the level.
- Ghost , a form taken on by defeated players in multiplayer in Super Mario Bros. Wonder .
- The Ghosts from the Pac-Man series that appear as an Assist Trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS , Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate .
- Ghost T. , a deceased Toad in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door .
- Polterpiranhas , ghostly Piranha Plants from Yoshi's Island DS also known as "Ghosts".
- Boo toys from Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge , also referred to as "Ghosts".
- Shy Guy , referred to as "Ghost" in a Nintendo Kids Club image filename.
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Staff Ghosts are members of the Nintendo team that set staff times for people to beat. However, they only appear in Time Trials . Staff Ghosts were introduced in Mario Kart 64 .
Like regular ghosts , they appear as semi-transparent characters and behave as players who used them. These drivers cannot be touched and pass through karts and obstacles.
One's personal best has to be better than the staff time of a ghost in order to unlock Expert Staff Ghosts , which only appeared in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7 , which in turn unlock characters, vehicles, or stamps .
- 1 Mario Kart 64
- 2.1 Mushroom Cup
- 2.2 Flower Cup
- 2.3 Star Cup
- 2.4 Special Cup
- 3.1 Mushroom Cup
- 3.2 Flower Cup
- 3.3 Star Cup
- 3.4 Special Cup
- 3.5 Shell Cup
- 3.6 Banana Cup
- 3.7 Leaf Cup
- 3.8 Lightning Cup
- 4.1 Mushroom Cup
- 4.2 Flower Cup
- 4.3 Star Cup
- 4.4 Special Cup
- 4.5 Shell Cup
- 4.6 Banana Cup
- 4.7 Leaf Cup
- 4.8 Lightning Cup
- 5.1 Mushroom Cup
- 5.2 Flower Cup
- 5.3 Star Cup
- 5.4 Special Cup
- 5.5 Shell Cup
- 5.6 Banana Cup
- 5.7 Leaf Cup
- 5.8 Lightning Cup
- 6.1 Mushroom Cup
- 6.2 Flower Cup
- 6.3 Star Cup
- 6.4 Special Cup
- 6.5 Shell Cup
- 6.6 Banana Cup
- 6.7 Leaf Cup
- 6.8 Lightning Cup
- 6.9 Egg Cup
- 6.10 Triforce Cup
- 6.11 Crossing Cup
- 6.12 Bell Cup
- 7.1 Mushroom Cup
- 7.2 Flower Cup
- 7.3 Star Cup
- 7.4 Special Cup
- 7.5 Shell Cup
- 7.6 Banana Cup
- 7.7 Leaf Cup
- 7.8 Lightning Cup
- 7.9 Egg Cup
- 7.10 Triforce Cup
- 7.11 Crossing Cup
- 7.12 Bell Cup
- 7.13 Golden Dash Cup
- 7.14 Lucky Cat Cup
- 7.15 Turnip Cup
- 7.16 Propeller Cup
- 7.17 Rock Cup
- 7.18 Moon Cup
- 7.19 Fruit Cup
- 7.20 Boomerang Cup
- 7.21 Feather Cup
- 7.22 Cherry Cup
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Mario Kart 64 [ ]
Staff Ghosts were introduced in Mario Kart 64 . Only three of the tracks have unlockable staff ghosts.
Luigi Raceway (ghost of Luigi ): 1:50.54
Mario Raceway (ghost of Mario ): 1:20.44
Royal Raceway (ghost of Peach ): 2:39.99
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! [ ]
Staff Ghosts in Double Dash can be unlocked by achieving a certain time on a respective course.
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Just like in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! , staff ghosts can be unlocked by achieving a certain time on a certain course.
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In this game, there are Normal and Expert Staff Ghosts. Beating the normal staff ghosts by a certain amount of time unlocks the Expert Staff Ghosts. Unlocking them can help unlock certain characters and vehicles in the game. If the Normal/Regular Staff Ghost drives a kart, then the Expert Staff Ghost will ride a bike after unlocking them. In the exact opposite side, if the Normal/Regular Staff Ghost uses a bike, then the Expert Staff Ghost will use a kart after unlocking them.
Mario Kart 7 [ ]
Just like in Mario Kart Wii , this game has Normal and Expert Staff Ghosts , which appear in Time Trials . The Normal Staff Ghosts are available at the start, but when the player gets a time higher than the Normal Staff Ghost of a track, the Expert Staff Ghost of the same track will be unlocked.
Mario Kart 8 [ ]
Just like in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7 , the player starts out with Staff Ghosts for each course. However, unlike with the past Mario Kart installments, Expert Staff Ghosts (or Fast Staff Ghosts ) do not appear in this game.
Egg Cup [ ]
Triforce cup [ ], crossing cup [ ], bell cup [ ], mario kart 8 deluxe [ ].
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has the same staff ghost system as Mario Kart 8 , although now all 150cc staff ghosts have been re-recorded due to many stats for characters and vehicles being altered. Additionally, after much demand, a new category for 200cc Time Trials were added, along with staff ghosts specifically created for that category.
Golden Dash Cup [ ]
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- GCN Rainbow Road is the only Mario Kart: Double Dash!! staff ghost to not use a default character pairing. It instead a mixed character pairing, that being both Mario and Peach.
- Birdo is the only non- Mii character in Mario Kart Wii to not be a staff ghost.
- In Mario Kart 7 , each character (except for Miis) would be chosen for at least two courses (given how there are 16 characters, excluding the Miis, and 32 courses in all).
- 1 Characters
- 2 Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
- 3 Unlockable Characters