Super Mario Bros. turns 35 this year and has to rank as one of the most ported games Nintendo has ever produced. It’s available, in some shape or form, on pretty much every system the company has produced, and in 2020 we got yet another way to experience it in the form of a brand-new Game & Watch handheld (a line which itself turns 40 this year).
This led Twitter user @akfamilyhome to assemble a mighty collection of machines all playing the iconic NES title – and the end result is rather nightmarish, we have to admit. Maybe this is why Nintendo is delisting various Super Mario titles early next year – it’s possible to have too much of a good thing.
Is this your version of hell, or heaven? Let us know with a comment – if you can get that theme tune out of your head, of course.