Mario Bros.

  • Description
    • The game that invented the video game character universe, Mario Brother, is back in this high quality Flash based adaptation. Anyone older than 30 will surely remember the first time they played at home on the NES.
      Mario Mario and Luigi Mario the Mario Brothers must try to get rid of Shellcreepers turtles, Sidesteppers crabs need to be hit twice, and Fighterflies fliescan only be defeated while they touch the platform who come pouring out of the waterworks.Hit the floor beneath them to flip them over, then kick them into the water. Collect coins for bonus.
      Later, the Slipice will come out and freeze the platforms making your traction very poor. As the game progresses water drops hang below the platforms and freeze into deadly icicles which fall soon after.

      Keep track of the green fireballs as they will appear more frequenly. The red fireball can also be a menace. If you have to you can hit the fireballs from below when they touch the platform. Beware of hitting the red fireball. It rapidly reappears and moves much faster.

      Hit the POW platform to knock over your enemies and destroy fireballs. Be wise, you only get three per level. Each difficulty level begins with three POW's and a bonus wave which coins are collected
  • Instructions
    • Use arrow keys to move and space key to jump/bop
      Turtles, crabs, and flies come pouring out of the waterworks. Hit the floor beneath them to flip them over, then kick them into the water. Collect coins for bonus points.
  • Trivia and Fun Facts
    • The name for Mario's brother, Luigi, who is introduced in this game, came from a pizza parlor nearby the then-new Redmond, Washington headquarters of Nintendo of America called "Mario and Luigi's."
  • Game History
    • Mario Bros. is an arcade game made by Nintendo and released in July 14, 1983. The first game featuring Nintendo's mascot, Mario, along with his brother, Luigi