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Release year: 1999 | Players: 1-2 players | Developed by Nintendo R&D2
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Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (AKA スーパーマリオブラザーズデラックス in Japan) was released for Game Boy Color back in 1999 by Nintendo. You can say that Nintendo ported the original game to Game Boy Color and then added some interesting new features.
At first, it is still the same old ground breaking game – well, it’s Super Mario so what else could you expect? You run, jump, break things, flatten out Goombas, pick up monsters, use fireballs, use power ups, and beat Koopa Troopas among other things.
Now, it’s a bit of a disappointment that when this game was ported to Game Boy Color, Nintendo didn’t add any new special graphics or new sounds to the game. Game-wise, it’s pretty much like playing Super Mario All Stars but in the palm of your hands. Well, at least you get a mobile edition of the game, right?
However, there are adjustments and changes that have been introduced in Super Mario Bros. Deluxe for Game Boy Color. For one thing, they have worked out all the glitches. That includes the all too popular glitch on World 1.
Luigi’s colors have been adjusted, the lava is now animated, and the water moves like, well, water. On top of that there is also a map screen that you can find in between levels, which is pretty helpful come to think of it.
Nintendo ran into some problems when they ported a huge game like this to Game Boy Color. Well, they have a smaller screen to work with. The big issue here is that if you shrink everything to size just to fit into the GBC screen, you risk losing certain details.
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So, what was the solution? They just reduced th visible portion of the screen down to 33%, which is about the right ratio for the GBC. That made it a bit difficult to react to certain enemies in time. You just have to practice and remember how and when to move during certain phases of the game.
But they made up for it by introducing The Lost Levels, which is essential the unlock portion of the original game. The also included Challenge modes like You Vs. Boo etc. which adds more fun to this ported version.
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe game has been ported to Game Boy Color (this version).