Overshadowed by the cry of thousands of Nintendo fans demanding better support to the Wii U, Super Mario Maker may be the quintessential Super Mario Bros. experience, if not the prodigal son of Nintendo’s unconventional console. Read more...
Here is Mario running in Unreal Engine 4, all the environment assets were taken from the Unreal marketplace, all the character actions were scripted using blueprints only, all animations were re-created from scratch as well as the PBR ready textures. Show More Summary
YouTube user Satoshi Matrix uploaded what they claim is the original Japanese commercial from 1985 for the video game Super Mario Bros.. According to Matrix, here’s a rough translation of what’s being said: It’s the Family Computer’s Dream Adventure Game, Super Mario Bros.! With a mysterious power, [Mario] gains a great transformation! Explore the earth, […]
Now can we get a revamped "Super Mario Bros." with a gay option? Luigi always gave off that vibe.
Next, it may build entirely new games. Recently, a computer learned to play Super Mario Bros. better than most humans. Now, in an impressive twist, a group of Georgia Tech researchers has taught a computer to design playable Mario levels just by watching YouTube videos of people playing Mario. Read Full Story
Approximate translation: "It's the Family Computer's Dream Adventure Game, "Super Mario Bros."! With a mysterious power, he gains a great transformation! Explore the earth, underground, the sea, the sky, and much more to see in this complete world." Read the rest
We've seen several computers recently that can teach themselves how to play Super Mario Bros. It's cool the first time, but the second time? Big whoop. What other amazing/frightening developments in artificial intelligence do you have for us today, science? How about a computer that can teach itself to design Super Mario Bros. Show More Summary
While the famed Japanese creator of "Mario Bros." and "Donkey Kong" spent most of his trip to last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo touting such upcoming Nintendo games as "Super Mario Maker" and "Star Fox Zero," Miyamoto was also enthusiastic about a totally different undertaking. Nintendo Co. Show More Summary
Every kid who had a Nintendo in the late '80s remembers The Wizard, featuring Fred Savage as the protective brother of a silent videogame savant, numerous plugs for Super Mario Bros. 3 and the P...
Several passages in this article are adapted from Koji Kondo’s Super Mario Bros. Soundtrack, out now from Bloomsbury’s 33 1/3 series. This year marks the 30 th anniversary of Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros.—a game that broke sales records and set new standards of game design. Show More Summary
A few Tokyo restaurants are celebrating the "Mario" franchise's 30th birthday. Super Mario Bros., the iconic video game enjoyed by Gen-Xers and Millennials alike, came out 30 years ago, introducing Yoshi, Koopa Troopa, and Bowser to the American lexicon. Show More Summary
Everyone’s favorite brick- and mushroom-based adventure was first drawn on paper grids.
In Kill the Plumber, you prevent the rescue of a certain princess by killing the mustachioed plumber who would be her savior. It's a script-flipping mobile game that openly and intentionally parodies the NES classic Super Mario Bros.,...Show More Summary
Fans who are skilled in the ways of the cloth or yarn like to put their skills to work making things that are functional and geeky, but as any crafter knows these projects can take some time. Skilled superfan Kjetil Nordin spent 800Show More Summary
Copenhagen, Denmark-based Nintendo fan and computer programmer Kjetil Nordin, who is originally from Norway, spent six years crocheting an amazingly detailed blanket of the Grass Land map from Super Mario Bros. 3. According to NRK, he put over 800 hours into the impressive project. More photos of Nordin’s geeky blanket are available to view on […]
Kart Racer by MAD13ARTS Mario has kart racing in his blood, and he's the kind of racer who will win a race with sheer speed then win the next race by taking out the other racers with shells and banana peels. His racing track record is...Show More Summary
Norwegian programmer Kjetil Nordin spent 800 hours over the course of 6.5 years crocheting this awesome blanket that looks exactly like the World 1 map from Super Mario Bros. 3. Nordin was so thorough in his research for this project...Show More Summary
Only one thing takes longer than beating "Super Mario Bros. 3": crocheting a quilt of the game for SIX. WHOLE. YEARS. Norwegian programmer Kjetil Nordin is very proud of his masterpiece, a handmade quilt that depicts a screenshot from "Super Mario Bros." in soft strands of yarn. Show More Summary
He'll probably have a complete set of all nine worlds in about 54 years.
Six years. Think about it. In six years’ time you can accomplish quite a bit. If you had that much time, what would you do? Well, this guy crocheted himself an awesome Super Mario Bros. 3 …