In the mid-80’s, Hudson partnered with Nintendo to develop Super Mario Bros. Special for the NEC PC-88 / 8801. Unfortunately, this game was never released, until now and in ROM format. Download page. Video after the jump.

The game is *not* that insanely difficult Japanese Super Mario Brothers 2 that’s featured in Mario All Stars. Playing this game on a keyboard is like pulling teeth; you’ll find that Mario feels like he’s put on a few pounds with lethargic jumps and a few more oddities

[via Destructoid]

To operate the emulator, use the load disk feature and then wait a few seconds for it to load. 2,4,6,8 on the keypad do the walking and press Z,X are your buttons

In the mid-80’s, Hudson partnered with Nintendo to develop Super Mario Bros. Special for the NEC PC-88 / 8801. Unfortunately, this game was never released, until now and in ROM format. Download page. Video after the jump.

The game is *not* that insanely difficult Japanese Super Mario Brothers 2 that’s featured in Mario All Stars. Playing this game on a keyboard is like pulling teeth; you’ll find that Mario feels like he’s put on a few pounds with lethargic jumps and a few more oddities

[via Destructoid]

To operate the emulator, use the load disk feature and then wait a few seconds for it to load. 2,4,6,8 on the keypad do the walking and press Z,X are your buttons