Homebrew developer emericaska8r announced his return to the PSP development scene by releasing SuperMarioBros.Portable v1.0. The first version of the game was released back in January of 2007. Just like the name implies, it is a clone of the much-loved video game Super Mario Bros.
Original sprites and imagesin SuperMarioBros.Portable v1.0. Anyway, a lot have changed since the first release so you might want to update your version. Probably the most obvious of these changes is the use of original sprites and images.
* Now use original sprites and images (no paint).
* Added Super Mario (Mario + mushroom).
* Longer level, still efficient.
* Added enemies.
* Basically everything.
* Add more levels
* When getting hit as big Mario, just shrink, not die.
* Many other minor things, and whatever you all would like to see!
As you've read, emericaskat8r would love to hear your suggestions. So kindly give SuperMarioBros.Portable v1.0 a try and give your shout outs to the developer.
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