Super Mario Bros. 1-3 is a perfect port of the classic Mario games to the Android platform, offering flawless audio and gameplay. It almost feels like Nintendo finally ported the games to Android tablets, as many have been clamoring for. It helps to play it with a dedicated controller for the most pure experience, though.
The app comes loaded with the dreaded Airpush, which will pop ads all over your browser. Once you're in the app, it features a very boring menu to help you travel to each game. The games all have the menus you're used to, though. The game's sound effects and music sound exactly like they would on the console. You control your plumber with onscreen buttons on the left and right edges of the screen. This forces you to hold your smartphone just like an NES controller, which is a nice touch. However, the transparent buttons blend into the game's scenery a lot, which makes them a pain to press. There are some added goodies to Super Mario Bros. 1-3 like a screenshot tool and the ability to save and load a new game. Sadly, some of the secrets you'd find in the game--like kicking bricks in Super Mario 3 to grab mushrooms and feathers--are hit or miss. Those are the only things in these ports that don't feel like the original games.
If your tablet has replaced your DS, these games are a great download to add to your collection. Super Mario Bros. 1-3 is good enough to make even pro gamers think they're the real deal.
Classic FC Game - Super Mario Bros 1-3 Super Mario Bros is a 1985 platform video game developed by Nintendo, published for the Nintendo Entertainment System as a pseudo-sequel to the 1983 game Mario Bros. It is the first of the Super Mario series of games. In Super Mario Bros., the player controls Mario and in a two-player game, a second player controls Mario's brother Luigi as he travels through the Mushroom Kingdom in order to rescue Princess Peach from the antagonist Bowser. The success of Super Mario Bros. has caused it to be ported to almost every one of Nintendo's major gaming consoles. In late 2010, as part of the 25th anniversary of the game's release, Nintendo released special red variants of the Wii and Nintendo DSi XL consoles in differently re-packaged, Mario-themed, and limited edition bundles in all regions.