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“Super Mario Bros.” is a classic and iconic video game developed and published by Nintendo. It was first released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1985. The game was designed by Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka and played a crucial role in establishing the platformer genre.

Plot: The game follows the adventures of two characters: Mario and Luigi. The main objective is to rescue Princess Toadstool (later known as Princess Peach) from the primary antagonist, King Koopa (also known as Bowser). Princess Toadstool has been kidnapped by Bowser, and Mario must navigate through the Mushroom Kingdom to reach Bowser’s castle and save her.

Gameplay: “Super Mario Bros.” is a side-scrolling platformer with eight worlds, each containing four levels. Players control Mario or Luigi (in a two-player mode) and navigate through various terrains filled with enemies, obstacles, and secret areas. The game introduced many elements that have become iconic in the Mario series, including power-ups like the Super Mushroom (which makes Mario larger), the Fire Flower (which grants Mario the ability to throw fireballs), and the Super Star (which grants temporary invincibility).

The levels are filled with pipes, platforms, coins, and blocks. Players must jump on or over enemies, avoid hazards, and collect power-ups to progress through the levels. The goal of each level is to reach the flagpole at the end before time runs out.

Legacy: “Super Mario Bros.” is not only considered one of the greatest video games of all time but also played a crucial role in revitalizing the video game industry in the mid-1980s. Its success led to the creation of a vast Mario franchise, including numerous sequels, spin-offs, and adaptations across various gaming platforms. The character Mario has become an iconic symbol in popular culture, and the game itself is often cited as a classic and a cornerstone in the history of video games.