Mario Bros. Classic
|Mario Bros. Classic|
Mario Bros. Classic is a remake of the original Mario Bros., included in all four Super Mario Advance installments as well as Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. It features updated graphics and music, along with a multiplayer battle mode featuring a blue and yellow Mario.
A track that may be unfinished, although it may be the beginning of the multiplayer and single-player bonus round results themes (see below).
The Japanese version says "PUSH START", while the international version says "PRESS START". The hyphen in the copyright date was also changed to a comma in the International, but then changed back to a hyphen in the Chinese version. Japanese version uses the registered trademark (®) symbol while the International and Chinese versions use the trademark (™) symbol. Chinese version's copyright date is 1983 to 2004 and added a copyright date for the iQue. The Chinese version also has its title in Chinese.
The P and player number was flipped in the international versions.
The Japanese bonus point counter had an apostrophe at the end, just like the original arcade version. This was changed to a period for the overseas releases.
- The option to select between single-player and multiplayer is found on the main title screen of the four Super Mario Advance games, but on the Mario Bros. title screen in Superstar Saga.
- The title music does not loop in the Super Mario Advance version.
- The fade out after pressing Start is white in the Super Mario Advance version. In all later versions, the fade out is black.
- After kicking an enemy while playing the Super Mario Advance version, Mario says nothing. The other versions added a short voice clip upon kicking an enemy.
- The Wii U virtual console version updated the palette of each player in Battle mode, despite the lack of multiplayer support.