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New Super Mario Bros. 3is the 6th game in the New Super Mario Bros. series. It is the threequel to New Super Mario Bros. and a sequel to super mario odyssey The power-ups in this game are basically the same. It is the first game where the cape feather comes back! The game was originally going to be available for The Nintendo Switch but will now be ported to the Pc in Early The game is followed by New Super Mario Bros U.
this project is a fan game and its not profited with Nintendo.
Before the events of the game, Mario and Luigi arrive home from a holiday in Yoshi's Island and find out Princess Peach has been kidnapped by Bowser, Bowser Jr., and the Koopalings while they were away. But then, they find out that the ENTIRETY of the Mushroom Kingdom is in danger! Every day on Luigi's 43rd Birthday, the player will have the opportunity to go to Toad Town on July 14 (which is not Mario's birthday, which is on March 10th; this means they were born months apart, bringing up the assumption that since before he was even born, Luigi has been and will always be a pussy who always stays back out of cowardice). The game has 10 worlds with a map of the Mushroom Kingdom, Toad Town, Warp Cannons, fortresses, castles, and enemy courses.
Pauline makes an appearance in the strip club bonus level after completing the game, where she sports a red bra included with a red thong. You have the option to have a private dance with her for 50 coins, or to have sexual intercourse with her for coins. Or if you've collected all the star coins, in order, while going through the levels prior to beating the game, you get to watch Pauline and Peach make out and then have intercourse with the both of them afterwards.
- Mario - From The Start
- Toad - From The Start
- Nabbit - Earn 3,, Coins
- Luigi -From The Start
- Toadette -From The Start
- Mii - Earn Star Coins
- Sticky Mushroom - Makes it so Mario can climb walls like Spider-Man NOTE: Don't mix w/ secret game code
- SUPER Poison Mushroom - Makes Mario's balls explode, before melting like the Wicked Witch of the West
- 5-UP Moon - Gives Mario feet more of jumping while in midair NOTE: not recommended if you actually care about finishing the game; as it completely breaks the game, causing it to completely reset.
- Gold Cape Feather - Same features as Super Mario World.
- Golden Leaf - Identical to Golden Cape Feather (above).
- Silver Flower - The Fire Flower and Metal Hat's secret lovechild
These are the power-ups that return from other games.
- Super Mushroom
- Mega Mushroom
- Mini mushroom
- Fire Flower
- Ice Flower
- Boomerang Flower
- Super Star
- Invincibility Leaf
- Gold Flower
- Penguin Suit
- Gold Block
- Propeller Mushroom
- 1-up Mushroom
- 3-up Moon
- cape feather
- Blue shell
- Grey Yoshi
- Cat Bell
- Invincibility Bell
Italics means power ups that only appear in special worlds.
Pubolus The Snowman
Army Hammer Bro
Army Boom boom
Koopa troopa (green)
Naked Ass Donkey Kong
Koopa troopa (red)
Koopa Troopa (Blue)
Cheep Cheep (red)
Cheep cheep (green)
Fire piranha plant
Ice piranha plant
Piranha creeper (pink)
Piranha creeper (blue)
Jumping piranha plant
Banzai bill (black)
Banzai bill (nippon)
Bullet bill (black)
Bullet bill (red)
lit bomb omb
Italics means enemies that only appear in the special worlds
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World SUPER SMASH BROS ULTIMATE
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Super Mario Bros. 3
Super Mario Bros. 3[a] is a platform game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). It was released for home consoles in Japan on October 23, , in North America on February 12, and in Europe on August 29, Prior to its release on the NES, it was initially released in North America on July 15, via PlayChoice arcade machines. It was developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development, led by Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka.
Players control brothers Mario or Luigi, who must save Princess Toadstool and the rulers of seven different kingdoms from the antagonist Bowser. As in previous Mario games, they defeat enemies by stomping on them or using items that bestow magical powers; they also have new abilities, including flight and sliding down slopes. Super Mario Bros. 3 introduced many elements that became Super Mario staples, such as Bowser's children (the Koopalings) and a world map to transition between levels.
Super Mario Bros. 3 was praised by critics for its challenging gameplay and is listed as one of the greatest video games of all time. It is the third-best-selling NES game, with more than 17million copies sold worldwide. It also inspired a short-lived animated television series produced by DiC Entertainment called The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3.
Super Mario Bros. 3 was remade for the Super NES as a part of Super Mario All-Stars in and for the Game Boy Advance as Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 in It was rereleased on the Virtual Console service on the Wii U and 3DS, and was included on the NES Classic Mini. On September 19, , it was rereleased on the Nintendo Switch Online service with added netplay.
Super Mario Bros. 3 is a two-dimensional, side-scrolling platform game in which the player controls either Mario or Luigi. The game shares similar gameplay mechanics with previous games in the series — Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2 in Japan, and Super Mario Bros. 2 internationally — while introducing several new elements. In addition to the running and jumping found in previous games, the player can slide down slopes, pick up and throw special blocks and freely climb vines. Mario can now also fly and float with the Super Leaf and the Tanooki Suit. The game world consists of eight kingdoms, each subdivided into multiple levels. The eight worlds feature distinct visual themes: for example, the second world, "Desert Land" (or "Desert Hill" in Japanese and North American PRG0 versions), contains sand-covered levels with pyramids, while the levels in the fourth world, "Giant Land" ("Big Island"), contain obstacles and enemies twice their normal height and width.
The player navigates through the game via two game screens: an overworld map and a course. The overworld map displays an overhead representation of the current kingdom and has several paths leading from the world's entrance to a castle. Paths connect to action panels, fortresses, and other map icons, and allow players to take different routes to reach the kingdom's goal. Moving the on-screen character to an action panel or fortress will allow access to that course, a linear stage populated with obstacles and enemies. The majority of the game takes place in these levels, with the player traversing the stage by dashing, jumping, flying, swimming, and dodging or defeating enemies. Players start with a certain number of lives and may gain additional lives by picking up green spotted 1-Up mushrooms hidden in bricks, or by collecting coins, defeating several enemies in a row with a Koopa shell, or bouncing on enemies successively without touching the ground. Mario and Luigi lose a life if they take damage while small, fall into lava or falling into a bottomless pit, or run out of time. The game ends when all lives are lost, although the player can continue from the last level played by selecting "Continue". Selecting "Continue" will set the player back to the beginning of the overworld map, and gain all their lives back.
Completing stages allows the player to progress through the overworld map and to succeeding worlds. Each world features a final stage with a boss to defeat. The first seven worlds feature an airship controlled by one of the Koopalings, while the player battles Bowser in his castle in the eighth world as the Final Boss. Other map icons include large boulders and locked doors that impede paths. Mini-games and bonus screens on the map provide the player a chance to obtain special power-ups and additional lives. Power-ups obtained in these mini-games are stored in a reserve, and can be activated by the player from the map screen.
In addition to special items from previous games like the Super Mushroom, Super Star, and the Fire Flower, new power-ups are introduced that provide the player with new options. The Super Leaf and Tanooki Suit give Mario raccoon and tanooki appearances respectively, allowing him to fly for a short period of time. The Tanooki Suit also enables him to turn into Statue Mario to avoid enemies for a short period of time. Changing into a Tanooki statue while jumping results in Mario pounding the ground and killing whatever enemies are directly under him; this is the first appearance of the now standard "ground pound" move in the Mario series. The new "Frog Suit" highly increases the character's underwater speed and agility, and boosts jumping height on land. Another new suit, the Hammer Suit, gives Mario the appearance of the Hammer Bro. enemy and allows him to throw hammers at enemies and resist fire attacks when crouching.
Super Mario Bros. 3 includes a multiplayer option which allows two players to play the game by taking turns at navigating the overworld map and accessing stage levels. The first player controls Mario, while the other controls Luigi (a palette swap of Mario). Through this mode, players can access several mini-games, including a remake of the original Mario Bros. arcade game, in which one player has the opportunity to steal the cards of another, but may lose their turn if they lose the mini-game.
Plot and characters
Further information: Characters in the Mario franchise
The plot of Super Mario Bros. 3 is described in the instruction booklet. The Mushroom World, the setting of the game, is invaded by the Koopalings, Bowser's seven children. The Koopalings conquer each of the seven kingdoms by stealing its king's magical wand and using it to transform him into an animal. Princess Toadstool sends Mario and Luigi to travel to each kingdom, retrieve the stolen wand, and restore its king to normal.
Mario and Luigi receive notes and special items from Princess Toadstool after rescuing each of the first six kings. When they rescue the seventh king, they instead receive a note from Bowser, boasting that he has kidnapped Toadstool and imprisoned her within the castle of his own realm, Dark Land. The brothers travel through Dark Land, enter his castle, and defeat Bowser in a battle. The game ends with Princess Toadstool being freed from the castle.
According to Shigeru Miyamoto, Super Mario Bros. 3 was conceived as a stage play. The title screen features a stage curtain being drawn open, and in the original NES version, in-game objects hang from off-screen catwalks, are bolted to the background, or cast shadows on the skyline. When Mario finishes a level, he walks off the stage.
Beginning development shortly after the release of the Famicom Disk System's Super Mario Bros. 2,Super Mario Bros. 3 was developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development, a team that consisted of more than ten people. The game took more than two years to complete. The development budget, when converted to US dollars, amounts to about $, to $ million ($– million adjusted for inflation). Developer Shigeru Miyamoto served as director. He worked closely with the designers and programmers during the conceptual and final stages, encouraging a free interchange of ideas. Miyamoto considered intriguing and original ideas to be key to creating a successful game. Originally, the team intended for the game to be played from an isometric point of view, but the developers found that this made it too difficult to position jumps, so the game was changed to the 2D side view used in previous games. Some isometric elements remain, such as the checkered floor present in the title screen. All pixel art for the game was drawn using Fujitsu FM R HD business computers while HP mainframe computers with a processor card was used to write and test code.
The game was designed to appeal to players of varying skill levels. To assist less-to no skill players, bonus coins and 1-ups are more abundant in earlier worlds, while later worlds present more complex challenges for experienced players. In the two-player mode, the players alternate turns to balance play time. The development team introduced new power-ups and concepts that would give Mario the appearance of different creatures as a means of providing him with new abilities. An early idea changed Mario into a centaur, but was dropped in favor of a raccoon tail with limited flying ability. Other costumes with different abilities were added to his repertoire, and levels were designed to take advantage of these abilities. New enemies were included to add diversity to the game, along with variants of previous enemies, such as Goombas, Hammer Bros., and Koopa Troopas.
Some of the enemies designed for Super Mario Bros. 3 were inspired by the team's personal experiences. For example, the Chain Chomp enemy, a barking tethered ball and chain creature with eyes and teeth that lunges at the player when in close proximity, was drawn from Miyamoto's early life, in which a dog lunged at him, but was pulled away from him. Bowser's children, the Koopalings, were designed to be unique in appearance and personality; Miyamoto based the characters on seven of his programmers as a tribute to their work and efforts. Nintendo of America named the Koopalings after well-known musicians: for example, the characters "Ludwig von Koopa" and "Roy Koopa" are named after Ludwig van Beethoven and Roy Orbison respectively.
The character graphics were created with a special graphics machine ("Character Generator Computer Aided Design") that generated a collection of the graphical shapes used in the game. Shapes in the collection were assigned numbers that the game's code used to access and combine to form complete images on the screen in real time. The Super Mario Bros. 3cartridge uses Nintendo's custom MMC3 (memory management controller) ASIC to enhance the NES capabilities. The MMC3 chip allows for animated tiles, extra RAM for diagonal scrolling, and a scan line timer to split the screen. The game uses these functions to split the game screen into two portions, a playfield on the top and a status bar on the bottom. On the overworld map, the status bar doubles as an inventory for items and power-ups. This allows the top portion to scroll as the character navigates the stage while the bottom portion remains static to display text and other information.
Like its predecessors, the music in Super Mario Bros. 3 was composed by Koji Kondo, who composed several new songs as well as returning melodies from Super Mario Bros. According to Kondo, who had composed the music in Super Mario Bros. based on what he believed fit the levels rather than focusing on composing a specific genre of music, the game was the most difficult game for him to compose. Kondo experimented with several different genres of music, unsure of how to follow up the music from the first game after hearing from several people that it sounded a lot like Latin or fusion music, and came up with several different melodies throughout its development before settling on what ultimately made it into the game. The development team decided that music on the title screen was unnecessary.
During , a shortage of ROM chips, along with Nintendo's preparation of Super Mario Bros. 2, prevented Nintendo from performing various North American game releases according to their original schedules. The delayed products included Super Mario Bros. 3 and, according to Nintendo Power, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. The delay, however, presented Nintendo with an opportunity to promote the game in a feature film. In , Tom Pollack of Universal Studios approached Nintendo of America's marketing department about a video game movie; inspired by Nintendo video game competitions, Pollack envisioned a video game version of Tommy for younger audiences. Nintendo licensed its products for inclusion in what would become the film The Wizard. During the movie's production, the filmmakers requested and were granted approval from Nintendo regarding the script and the portrayal of the company's games.Super Mario Bros. 3 was one of the products shown in the film and was used in a final scene involving a video game competition. The film was released in December , between the home console releases of the game in Japan and North America.
The marketing budget for Super Mario Bros. 3 was $25 million, bringing the game's total development and marketing budget to $ million ($56 million adjusted for inflation).
Super Mario Bros. 3 was lauded by the video game press. It was widely considered to be one of the best games released for the NES. Computer and Video Games editors Paul Rand, Tim Boone and Frank O'Connor awarded the game a 98% score, praising it for its gameplay, replayability, sound, and graphics. Boone commented that the game is nearly flawless in its utterly "stupendous incredibility and absolutely impossible to put down for anything less than a fire alarm and even then you find yourself weighing down the odds." Rand called Super Mario Bros. 3 the best video game ever, labeling it "the Mona Lisa of gaming" and stating that it is "astoundingly brilliant in every way, shape, and form." O'Connor stated that the game "makes Sonic the Hedgehog look like a wet Sunday morning and even gives the Super Famicom's Super Mario World a run for its money."
The Japanese publication Famitsu gave it a 35 out of Julian Rignall of Mean Machines referred to Super Mario Bros. 3 as the "finest video game" he had ever played, citing its addictiveness, depth, and challenge. A second Mean Machines reviewer, Matt Regan, anticipated the game would be a bestseller in the United Kingdom, and echoed Rignall's praise, calling it a "truly brilliant game". Regan further stated that the game offered elements which tested the player's "brains and reflexes", and that though the graphics were simple, they were "incredibly varied". In a preview of the game, Nintendo Power gave it high marks in graphics, audio, challenge, gameplay, and enjoyability. The items hidden in the game's levels, such as the warp whistles, were well-received: Rignall regarded them as part of the game's addictiveness, and Sheff stated that finding them provided a sense of satisfaction.
Criticism focused on particular aspects of the game. Rignall described the audio and visuals as being outdated in comparison to games on the Mega Drive/Genesis and Super NES (the latter platform having already been launched in other regions by the time Super Mario Bros. 3 was released in Europe).
Super Mario Bros. 3 became a best-selling game. In Japan, it appeared at the top of the Famitsu sales charts in December  and January , and became the second best-selling game of after Dragon Quest III. By mid, Super Mario Bros. 3 had become the second best-selling game in Japan (non-bundled) up until then, after Dragon Quest III.Super Mario Bros. 3 went on to become the overall best-selling game of in Japan, just above Tetris in second place. It also topped the Japanese sales chart in January 
In North America, the inclusion of Super Mario Bros. 3 in The Wizard served as a preview which generated a high level of anticipation in the United States prior to its release. Levi Buchanan of IGN considered the game's appearance in the film as a show-stealing element, referring to the movie as a "minute commercial" for the game. The game sold , copies in its first two days of release, according to a spokeswoman for Nintendo. It remained the top-selling game in the United States through April and June to September  In , the game sold more than 8 million units. By , the game had sold 4 and 7million unbundled units in Japan and the United States, respectively. Author David Sheff commented that, in music industry terms, the game went platinum 11 times. In the United States alone, the game had generated $,, (equivalent to $1,,, in ) in revenue for Nintendo by early , exceeding the gross revenue of the films E.T. (), Batman () and Jurassic Park (). The game was also a hit in regions such as Europe and Singapore.
The game had sold 14 million copies by , and 15 million copies by  By , the NES version of the game had sold more than 17million copies. As of , Super Mario Bros. 3 was the highest-grossing non-bundled home video game up until then, with a inflation-adjusted revenue of $1,,, (equivalent to $2,,, in ). In , GamesRadar reported that the game had sold more than 18 million copies for the NES.Game Informer also reported in their October issue that the Virtual Console version had sold one million copies.
In Famicom Tsūshin (Famitsu) magazine's Best Hit Game Awards, Super Mario Bros. 3 won the Best Action Game award. In , Famitsu gave it the award for best action game released since 
Super Mario Bros. 3 has received universal acclaim from modern critics who consider it one of the best games of all time, and has appeared on many top games lists. The game debuted on Nintendo Power's Top 30 best games ever list at number 20 in September  It entered the list's top 10 a few months later and reached number one in May Super Mario Bros. 3 remained within the top 20 for more than five years. More than a decade later, the magazine ranked the game number six on their list of Greatest Nintendo Games. In August , Nintendo Power listed Super Mario Bros. 3 as the second best NES video game, praising it for making the series more complex and introducing new abilities that have since become signature abilities in the series. The game placed 11th, behind Super Mario Bros., in Official Nintendo Magazine's " greatest Nintendo games of all time".Edge considered Super Mario Bros. 3 Nintendo's standout game of , and commented that its success outshone the first Super Mario Bros.'s sales milestone; the first game sold 40million copies, but was bundled with the NES. They lauded the overworld map as an elegant alternative to a menu to select levels. In , ScrewAttack called Super Mario Bros. 3 the best Mario game in the series as well as the best game on the NES, citing the graphics, power-ups, secrets, and popularity, summing it up as "just incredible" and stating, "If you haven't experienced this greatness, we pity you". In a poll conducted by Dengeki, the game tied with Super Mario World as the number three video game their readers first played. GamesRadar also called it the best NES game, saying that while Super Mario Bros. defined its genre, Super Mario Bros. 3 perfected it.
In , Electronic Gaming Monthly ranked the All-Stars edition the 2nd best console game of all time (behind only Tetris), saying it "took the series back to its roots, but expanded upon the original game in every way imaginable. No other game since has been able to recapture the spirit of adventure and enchantment found in Mario 3." The game has been ranked on several of IGN's lists of "top games". In , they rated it 23rd among their Top Games, and praised the precise and intuitive controls. IGN editors from the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia ranked Super Mario Bros. 3 number 39 in their Top Games, citing Miyamoto's "ingenious" designs. They further commented that the game improved on the "already-brilliant concepts" of the previous games with new power-ups and enemies. Users and readers of the website placed the game high on similar lists: 32nd in and 21st in  In , Game Informer put Super Mario Bros. 3 9th on their list of "The Top Games of All Time", saying that it is "a game with incredible lasting power that we won't soon forget". This is down one place from Game Informer's previous ranking in Edge ranked the game #20 on its list of "The Best Games To Play Today", calling it "the one 8-bit game that still shines today, no caveats required."UGO listed Super Mario Bros. 3 on their list of the "Top 50 Games That Belong On the 3DS", calling it "Arguably the greatest Mario game ever made."GameSpot placed the game on their list of the greatest games of all time. USgamer ranked the game as the third best Mario platformer ever.Super Mario Bros. 3 ranked 34th on Warp Zoned's "Scientifically Proven Best Video Games of All Time" list, a statistical meta-analysis of 44 "top games" lists published between and 
Super Mario Bros. 3 introduced several elements carried over to subsequent Mario games. A similar overworld map is used in Super Mario World, Super Mario Bros. DX and New Super Mario Bros., and Mario's ability to fly has been a feature in games such as Super Mario World, Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Galaxy. The game's "Super Leaf" item has returned in more recent Mario games for the Nintendo 3DS, like Super Mario 3D Land, Mario Kart 7 and New Super Mario Bros. 2. Bowser's red hair was first popularized in the game and has since become a part of his standard appearance.
Through a collaboration between NBC and Nintendo of America, an animated television series, The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, was created from September to December by DIC Entertainment. The show aired weekly with 26 episodes and featured numerous characters, enemies, and settings from the video game; the original seven Koopalings are given different names based on their given personalities and are also given a new age order. Other Nintendo products have included various elements of the game as well. Music from Super Mario Bros. 3 appears as a track on Nintendo Sound Selection Koopa, a collection of songs from Nintendo games. The game's stages and graphics comprise a background theme in the Nintendo DS game Tetris DS. The Koopalings are also world bosses in Super Mario World, Mario is Missing!, Yoshi's Safari, Hotel Mario and all New Super Mario Bros. games except New Super Mario Bros. Boom Boom, another boss from this game, additionally reappears in Super Mario 3D Land and Super Mario 3D World, alongside a boomerang-wielding female counterpart named Pom Pom.Super Mario Bros. 3 is one of the games represented as themes in both Super Mario Maker and Super Mario Maker 2.
In the early s, game developers John Carmack and Tom Hall developed an IBM PC clone of Super Mario Bros. 3 based on their innovative adaptive tile refresh software that performs smooth, side-scrolling graphics on EGA cards. They demonstrated it to Nintendo leaders, who were impressed with the demo but rejected cloning in favor of exclusivity. Carmack and Hall went on to found Id Software and develop Commander Keen, a series of platform games inspired by Super Mario Bros. 3. The Super Mario Bros. 3 demo had not been readily shared, but a working copy was discovered and preserved in the Museum of Play in July 
In April , Famicom Tsūshin (Famitsu) magazine awarded Super Mario Bros. 3 a world record for having the most strategy guide books published, with 20 strategy books published for the game up until then.
At the Game Developers Conference, Stanford University curator Henry Lowood, along with game designers Warren Spector and Steve Meretzky, academic researcher Matteo Bittanti and game journalist Christopher Grant named Super Mario Bros. 3 one of the 10 most important video games of all time, being a member of a "game canon" whose inductees were submitted to the Library of Congress for having "cultural significance or a historical significance".The New York Times reported Grant said its inclusion was due to the game's nonlinear play being a "mainstay of contemporary games", and how it allows the player to move backward and forward in levels. On November 20, , a sealed copy with rare alternate cover art featuring "Bros." on the left instead of the center was sold for $,, the most money ever paid for a video game at the time.
The NES version of the game has been ported to several other Nintendo consoles. It was rereleased in emulation as a downloadableVirtual Console game in for the Wii and in for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U consoles. It is one of thirty pre-installed games in the NES Classic Edition console, and is on the Nintendo Switch Online service.
Super Mario Bros. 3 was included in the SNES game Super Mario All-Stars, a compilation of remakes of NES Super Mario games featuring updated graphics and sound, which was also later released on the Wii in  and the Nintendo Switch Online service in A Game Boy Advance version, Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, was released in In addition to the visual and sound changes from Super Mario All-Stars, this version also includes support for the Nintendo e-Reader peripheral, which allows the player to access new levels and power-ups stored on e-Reader cards.
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Super Mario Bros. 3
Available now, play one of the greatest Super Mario Bros. games of all time. Available on Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
Relive the classic that brought renowned power-ups such as the Tanooki Suit to the world of Super Mario Bros.!
Bowser™ and the Koopalings are causing chaos yet again, but this time they’re going beyond the Mushroom Kingdom into the seven worlds that neighbor it. Now Mario™ and Luigi™ must battle a variety of enemies, including a Koopaling in each unique and distinctive world, on their way to ultimately taking on Bowser himself. Lucky for the brothers, they have more power-ups available than ever before. Fly above the action using the Super Leaf, swim faster by donning the Frog Suit, or defeat enemies using the Hammer Bros. Suit. Use the brand-new overworld map to take the chance to play a minigame in hopes of gaining extra lives or to find a Toad’s House where you can pick up additional items. All this (and more) combines into one of gaming’s most well-known and beloved titles—are you ready to experience gaming bliss?
This game is only playable in 2D.
This game is only playable in 2D.
This classic game is part of the Virtual Console service, which brings you great games created for consoles such as NES™, Super NES™ and Game Boy™ Advance. See more Virtual Console games for Nintendo 3DS.
- Release date:
- April 16,
- up to 2 players
- Action, Adventure
- Game file size:
- 13 MB
- ESRB Rating:
*To enjoy the 3D effect of Nintendo 3DS software, you must experience it from the system itself. All screenshots and videos on this website have been captured in 2D mode.
Use Parental Controls to restrict 3D mode for children 6 and under.
*If eligible for a Just for You offer, the final price reflects the combined Sale and Just for You offers. The Just for You offer is discounted from the sale price.
*You may need an additional compatible SD card or SDHC card with available space to download this software. Visit support.nintendo.com for information about storage options. Sold separately.
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