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Aug 6, 2006 | 6:44 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place August 7, 2006

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EDIT: This won second place at the VGDC contest!
EDIT: Daily 3rd! WOOT! My second award!
A Massive thanks to everybody!
EDIT: Weekly 19th!

(for a contest at VGDC)

As I've already said, THIS IS FOR A CONTEST. This isn't stolen. The contest? New Super Mario Bros. "Mega Mushroom" contest. I think I'm the one person out of 50 who chose 8-bit graphics.

The contest gives permission to use the VGDC intro. Randy Solem posts a link to the fla. file on the VGDC forums for all who enter the contest to use.

I whipped this up in a little more than a week, but don't judge it too quickly. I tried to use the same 8-bit graphic usage quality as the Super Mario Bros series (Parts I - V). I editted lots of sprites, made my own grass and completely remade the elements of the last NSMB level in NES sprites. That took a reeeeeally long time. Please vote fairly.

Enjoy the movie!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That was a really funny movie!!!!

I really like how you had OLD mario use NEW mario moves!!! The overall humor was really good. . ..keep up the great work!!!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


Since when did Mario turn into the all-jumping, all-swinging Prince of Persia? ;-) Nice take on the series though, thumbs up.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Funny. Not much point, but nice for a good laugh. Well done!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


i liked it. every single part of it. cant wait what comes next

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


Pretty great, pretty funny, It's just... Watching Video games being played by someone else, Just seems... Well... a bit boring? Any way a good flash for a genre which usually sucks.

JonBro responds:

I think people make it look alot like someone else is playing the game so you'd be more surprised at the end of the movie when something out of the ordinary happens.