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}}'''''Super Bros. 5''''', also known as '''''Super Wonderful Mario''''' on its cartidge, is a hack of the PAL version of [[Mario#Super Mario Bros. 2 (Western, alternately known as Super Mario USA)|''Super Mario Bros. 2'']]. It was released in 1991, as indicated by its copyright year.
'''''Super Bros. 5''''', also known as '''''Super Wonderful Mario''''' on its cartidge, is a hack of the PAL version of [[Mario#Super Mario Bros. 2 (Western, alternately known as Super Mario USA)|''Super Mario Bros. 2'']]. It was released in 1991, as indicated by its copyright year.
 
   
 
Aside from the altered copyright year, ''Super Bros. 5'' has a few other differences, mostly to the title screen: the title screen now credits ECE instead of Nintendo, and its logo was updated with the hack's name, ''Super Bros. 5''. Mario's name is also misspelled "Merio" in the story intro.
 
Aside from the altered copyright year, ''Super Bros. 5'' has a few other differences, mostly to the title screen: the title screen now credits ECE instead of Nintendo, and its logo was updated with the hack's name, ''Super Bros. 5''. Mario's name is also misspelled "Merio" in the story intro.

Revision as of 06:41, June 18, 2019

Super Bros. 5
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Title screen.
Hack of Super Mario Bros. 2 (US/Europe)
Super Mario USA (Japan)
Publisher CTC (?)
Developer CTC (?)
Original developer Nintendo
Console Famicom
Date 1991
Alternate names/hacks Super Bros. 2
Super Bros. 5, also known as Super Wonderful Mario on its cartidge, is a hack of the PAL version of Super Mario Bros. 2. It was released in 1991, as indicated by its copyright year.

Aside from the altered copyright year, Super Bros. 5 has a few other differences, mostly to the title screen: the title screen now credits ECE instead of Nintendo, and its logo was updated with the hack's name, Super Bros. 5. Mario's name is also misspelled "Merio" in the story intro.

Other versions

An earlier variant exists under the name Super Bros. 2 and is credited to CTC and dated 1989.

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