Super Mario Bros. now on SEGA Genesis


If for some odd reason, you have to play Super Mario Bros. on your SEGA Genesis. Now you can! Thanks to a kind soul that ported the game over to the 16-bit blast processor.

I’m pretty sure this would have been a bigger deal if it was the days of the ’16-bit war’, but Genesis does what Nintendon’t and now does what they do as well. Take that! The game is titled SMB4MD, standing for Super Mario Bros. for Mega Drive. Makes sense. Also can’t work with Genesis hardware yet, only emulator.

I remember the stories about Yuji Naka making a working NES emulator for the Mega Drive back in the day, seems like everyone else is just catching up.

[Source: Kotaku]

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5 responses to “Super Mario Bros. now on SEGA Genesis

  1. Emmett The Crab says:

    Finally…

  2. ribbitking17 says:

    twice the bits yall. heeeeyyy

  3. Orta says:

    This isn't right.

  4. cube_b3 says:

    The Midi Playback is off the mark.

  5. Centrale says:

    Looks like they couldn't quite adapt the bright, vibrant, beautiful Genesis color palette to the murky, off-kilter NES colors.

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