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This is a Super Mario flash remake of the original Super Mario Bros game. Play as Mario or Luigi. Make your way through each level in arcade Super Mario Brother game.
Free Super Mario Star Catcher 2
Another a Super Mario Bros game. The aim in Mario Star Catcher 2 is to help Super Mario Bros reach the yellow star to enter the next level. Super Mario will come across many types of blocks some provide coins, some trigger events and others.
Free Super Mario Brother 2
An awesome remake taken from the Nintendo. Who doesn't love Mario? Have fun playing Super Mario Brother 2
Free Super Mario Vetorial World
This is de classic version of Mario Vetorial World. Play the first six levels of this Super Mario game. Pick up all coins in a level and something will appear in the coins.
Free Super Mario Brother 3
Play the good old Mario Brother 3 online. Collect all coins.
Free Super Mario Sunshine
Classic Super Mario Sunshine for you free to play online. Press left or right to move. Press and hold UP to jump. Press and hold spacebar in order to Fludd and refill your pools.

About Super Mario

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Mario is a fictional character created by game designer Shigeru Miyamoto as Nintendo's mascot. He is arguably the most recognizable video game character of all time. Mario has appeared in over 200 video games since his creation. Though originally only appearing in platforming games, currently Mario appears in all types of games like racing games, puzzle games, role-playing games, fighting games, sports games, and many others.

Mario first appeared in the arcade game Donkey Kong as a character named "Jumpman". The game was surprisingly successful. Mario later paired with his brother Luigi in another arcade game entitled Mario Bros. When the Nintendo Entertainment System was released, Super Mario Bros. was the launch title for it with Mario as the protagonist. "Jumpman", the protagonist of Donkey Kong, was called "Mario" in certain promotional materials for the game's release overseas. His namesake was Mario Segali, the landlord of Nintendo of America's office, who barged in on a meeting to demand an overdue rent payment. Mario Segali was the owner of the first premises of the offices of Nintendo of America. In the time of its residence there, Nintendo of America was considering a name for its popular Jumpman. Jumpman was a carpenter with a red cap and a moustache. They realized that Mario Segali and Jumpman looked alike, so they changed the character's name to Mario.

With limited pixels and colors of the 8-bit NES, the games' programmers could not animate Mario's movement without making his arms "disappear". Making his shirt a solid color and giving him overalls fixed this. They also did not have the space to give him a mouth or ears, and they could not animate hair, which resulted in Mario getting a moustache, sideburns, and a cap to bypass these problems. Mario's creator, Shigeru Miyamoto, has stated when interviewed that Mario wears a cap because he finds it difficult to draw hair. Mario is currently voiced by Charles Martinet, who also voices Luigi, both their evil counterparts, Wario, Waluigi and other characters such as Toadsworth.

Mario has taken on the role of Nintendo's mascot and has since been extensively merchandised. Mario's major rival was Sega mascot Sonic the Hedgehog who debuted in 1991. The two mascots competed head-to-head for nearly a decade afterwards, until around 2001 when Sonic Adventure 2: Battle showed up on a Nintendo console due to Sega's new third party status, ending a lengthy rivalry. Mario and Sonic officially appeared together in a crossover sports game, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, and are together again in Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

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Mario has appeared in all three installments of the Super Smash Bros. fighting game series. Mario is classified as one of the games' most balanced characters. Unlockable characters Luigi and Dr. Mario's moves are based on Mario's in Super Smash Bros. Melee, the second game of the series, especially Dr. Mario.

Apart from his platform-game appearances, Mario has appeared in many other games (usually on Nintendo's systems), and has made guest appearances in non-Mario games, such as in Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, where he is the referee. Apart from these guest appearances, Mario has appeared in non-platform games as the protagonist of other successful series. Mario's popularity proved helpful in establishing these games and game series at the market. These games are published by Nintendo, but developed by another company, such as Hudson Soft or Camelot Software Planning. Mario has even appeared as a playable character in NBA Street V3 and SSX On Tour, both from Electronic Arts. In The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Mario appeared on a portrait. In Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes he appears as a small statue.

After the relatively unknown Game & Watch title Mario Bombs Away, Mario's first non-platformer game was released in 1990. Dr. Mario's gameplay was similar to Tetris, which was later ported to nearly all of Nintendo's consoles. Mario later explored other genres. Two examples include the educational game Mario Paint, which appeared in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and Mario Pinball Land for the Game Boy Advance. 1996's Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System marked Mario's first role-playing game. Since then, five role-playing games have followed: Paper Mario for the Nintendo 64, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga for the Game Boy Advance, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door for the Nintendo GameCube, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time for the Nintendo DS, and Super Paper Mario (a game with both role playing and platformer elements) for the Wii.

Mario's multiplayer games represent a more important sub-range of Mario games. The Mario Kart franchise began with 1992's Super Mario Kart for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and still continues to be the most successful and longest-running kart-racing franchise today, having sold over 30 million copies worldwide. Apart from racing, Mario is also active in the Camelot sports game franchises Mario Golf and Mario Tennis. In 1999, the Hudson game Mario Party was released for the Nintendo 64, a set of mini-games for up to four players, with the most recent incarnations being Mario Party 8, which was released in May 2007 in the U.S. for the Wii; and Mario Party DS, which was released in November 2007. 2005 saw the release of Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix by Konami, the soccer game Super Mario Strikers by Next Level Games, and the baseball game Mario Superstar Baseball by Namco. The basketball game Mario Hoops 3-on-3, published by Square Enix, was released in 2006. In each game, Mario and other characters play against each other, nearly all of them being playable.

In Wii Fit, 8-bit Mario appears as graffiti on a wall in a park,in jogging.

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