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[Tier: Moons]NES Super Mario Bros., SMB 2, The Lost Levels & SMB 3 (USA) in 10:39.75 by agwawaf.
FCEUX movie (.fm2) (date: 2011-04-13)
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Rating: 8.3 (30.5 votes)
- Demonstration
- Multiple games in one movie
- Uses warps
- Genre: Platform

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While decidedly not the same game, the Super Mario Bros. games on the NES are similar enough in game mechanics and controls that all four of them can be played at once with the same input.

While the main focus is on completing Super Mario Bros. 3 as fast as possible, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels and Super Mario Bros. 2 are completed around the same time as their successor. However, the original Super Mario Bros. finishes quite a bit earlier, allowing Mario to stop and catch his breath as he waits patiently for his counterparts to finish.

If you like this movie, you may want to check out some other movies in which multiple games are played simultaneously with one controller.

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