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Apr 27, 2010 | 7:17 PM EDT
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This is an old version of the game. You can play the new version at http://www.explodingrabbi t.com/games/super-mario-b ros-crossover

Reviews


doomsdaywarriordoomsdaywarrior

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW

I've never played anything like this, all the classics mario style and on NG. What could be better!! Really really awesome job.



Fab93Fab93

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

This game is awsome! The idea is really good, you should do a second one with more characters!



AbomConflictAbomConflict

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Found myself playing through each world. Stunning.

I'm very happy with this game, it goes without saying that you put tons of effort into this and your effort paid off to the fullest. Thank you for presenting this.

Gameplay wise, it's just like playing any classic NES game no matter which character you've chosen. It's on point and actually remains loyal to the game each character comes from. I've played quite a few Mario flash games but this one by far takes the cake and leaves the rest of them lying dead in a back alley.

Criticism wise, the jumping is one of the major issues I was having with several of these characters other than Mario and Link. Mario & Link being smaller than the rest of the choices, they're more "nimble" in terms of dodging a lot of attacks (mainly Bowser's fire breath). But I suppose in lies the difficulty of the bigger characters being able to use instant projectiles as compared to Mario requiring a Fire Flower. I dunno, I'm not saying make the larger characters smaller, if anything just give them more maneuverability while jumping. It becomes a pain in the later levels if you're wanting to play through as someone who isn't Mario or Link.

All in all, a fantastic game and one that I'll be coming back to for awhile. Thanks a lot for this.

Now then, how about Super Mario Crossover 2? Playing through SMB2 levels? ;D Or maybe SMB3 levels? ;D Or even SMW levels! Woowoo! Can't wait and hoping for a sequel.



velja94velja94

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great

It brought back good memories...



HellsExile13HellsExile13

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Amazingly well done concept!!!

It is one of the most awesome concepts for a game I have come across. I didn't thoroughly play the game yet, but nonetheless, I am completely satisfied! The 8-bit details are spectacular and very nostalgic. The controls are very smooth, I think they are the same as the default for the NES emulator, am I correct? The sound quality is great too!

Overall, I think all the effort that went into this game was definitely worth it. Unfortunately I had one issue. It's a very personal issue, but it was bugging me because it hurt the game play. A lot of the tech.s I used in the original game are gone, and certain things are slightly off. Both of these refer to Mario, (being the only person I am VERY used to playing).

Specifically, Mario's jump is shorter than in the actual game, and I couldn't slide under walls as easily with him (using the run and duck command timed properly). Another thing i noticed was that you can go backwards. I didn't care too much, but it allows cheap things such as getting an extra life, and still be able to take a certain shortcut, when normally only one of the two should be possible.

Like I said, they are slight details, and I'm just being picky because I was addicted to Mario way back. =D It's a great game, but in an ideal professional project like this, I'd watch for those minor details.