Posts Tagged “NES”

Tired of the regular SMB2 whackyness? Maybe it’s game genie time! From the classic Princess Toadstool infinite float, to some of the more obscure fan discovered Game Genie codes, we do our best to break Super Mario Bros 2 on the NES! It’s fun, I think…

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Today it’s “the legend of Zelda and it’s really rad, those creatures from gannon are pretty bad”, so we better not muck around and delve straight into the dungeon and find out what’s happening in Hyrule as we take a closer look at some facts, trivia and Easter eggs from the original Legend of Zelda from the NES!

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Feast your eyes upon this wondrous Bootlegged NES gem. Grand Dad 3M, also known as Grand Dad: Super Mario 7. Since this is a bootlegged game naturally it’s existence isn’t acknowledged by Nintendo and it certainly isn’t an officially released game. I think at this point it’s fair to draw your attention to the cartridges commands, Push Up start button, Get addition Game. And nourish the blood. You know this will be good! Enjoy the video below!

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What mischief can one get up to in Super Mario Bros 3? Quite a bit it seems if you add a game genie. Join me as I take a look at some classic Game Genie codes for Super Mario Bros 3 on the NES!

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Are you looking for the latest in Sonic technology? Can’t get enough of Super Mario though? Somari is the game for you! An unofficial bootleg released in 1994, this game features Sonic styled game play with some modified sprites from Super Mario Bros 3. Apparently this game was even featured in some Russian video game magazines which is surprising given this illegal nature of the beast!

Anyway, now that you have a rough idea of what’s going on here, enjoy our latest video as we make a ridiculous spoof commercial selling the game.

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A month or so ago I had a bit of fun trying out a number of different game genie codes for Super Mario Bros 1 on the NES! These weren’t your standard codes however and as a result the game gets pretty…broken shall we say? Join me as I delve into the seedy underworld of game modification and hack up Super Mario Bros 1 on the NES!

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During the NES era bootleg games were a plenty. From direct game ports to hackers own creations Super Mario was most certainly not spared from imitation!

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Where would Mario be if there was no Nintendo console for him to appear on? Today we pay tribute to the humble console. From chaotic hand held goodness to full on home entertainment systems, join us as we take a journey through 10 of the top selling Nintendo Consoles and their top selling game!

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Video countdown too!

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I’m sure I’m not the only one who holds a special place in their hearts just for the original Super Mario Brothers on the NES. No, I’m not talking about the very first “Mario bros” but rather our beloved first real Mario side scrolling platformer that has set the standard for the Super Mario Brothers series! Super Mario Bros.!

Today we have 14 awesome facts about Super Mario Brothers for you to enjoy! We also made a video on this topic too so if you prefer your Mario content in video form jump to the very bottom of the post! (more…)

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This would have taken a seriously long time to make! Sure it is a tool assisted play through but along with the maps, editing and actual play time this is an amazing effort! This video shows you an almost complete play through of Super Mario bros 3 on the NES! No warp pipes are used but the hammer does help skip a couple of levels. If you ever wanted to learn how to play SMB3 like a pro this might give you some tips!

If you have a spare 49.30 or if you just really like SMB3 then this video is for you!

Thanks to Chris for sending this in!

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