Super Mario Bros.

Global Total as of 11th Oct 2014 (units): 40.24m
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment SystemAlso on: Wii, Game Boy, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U
Developer: Nintendo EAD Genre: Platform

Total Units

North America: 29.08m 72.3%
+ Europe: 3.58m 8.9%
+ Japan: 6.81m 16.9%
+ Rest of the World: 0.77m 1.9%
= Global 40.24m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Super Mario Bros. NintendoJapan13th September 1985Retail
Super Mario Bros. NintendoNorth America18th October 1985Retail
Super Mario Bros. NintendoEurope15th May 1987Retail
Super Mario Bros. / Tetris / Nintendo World Cup NintendoEurope01st November 1988Retail
Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt NintendoNorth America01st November 1988Retail
Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet NintendoNorth America01st December 1990Retail

Game Overview

Super Mario Bros. is a side-scrolling platformer that was developed by Nintendo EAD and published by Nintendo. It was first released on the Nintendo Entertainment System on September 13, 1985 in Japan, in 1985 in North America and on May 15, 1987 in Europe. Since its initial release, it has been ported to a lot of other systems, including but not limited to, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy Advance, and the Wii's Virtual Console.

The game follows the story of Mario, who is on a journey to save Princess Toadstool, who was kidnapped by Bowser. It would go on to great reviews and become one of the models used for the genre, as well as even being mentioned as one of the greatest games of all time by various publications.

http://gamewise.co/games/36790/Super-Mario-Bros

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Comments

DarkRPGamer007 (on 09 July 2014)
Even though we've seen better quality
games this still has to be held high as
one of the best ever. It saved the North
American game crash almost single
handedly. That's Nintendo Power for ya
though
thiviscar (on 14 June 2014)
Amazing
drake_tolu (on 16 May 2014)
30 milion only in NA. O_O
AlexFili (on 15 March 2013)
Still one of the best games ever made!
Hibern81 (on 23 June 2012)
A true masterpiece! Why couldn't North
America have the awesome box art like
the rest of the world?
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