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 '''​Mario'''​ is the mascot of the video game developer and publisher, [[Nintendo]]. ​ He was created by [[Shigeru Miyamoto]] in 1981 for the [[arcade]] game, [[Donkey Kong]]. He has since been in many franchises, including the [[Mario Bros. series]], the [[Super Mario series]], the [[Dr. Mario series]], the [[Mario Kart series]], the [[Mario RPG series]], the [[Mario sports series]], the [[Mario Party series]], the [[Super Smash Bros. series]], and many more. '''​Mario'''​ is the mascot of the video game developer and publisher, [[Nintendo]]. ​ He was created by [[Shigeru Miyamoto]] in 1981 for the [[arcade]] game, [[Donkey Kong]]. He has since been in many franchises, including the [[Mario Bros. series]], the [[Super Mario series]], the [[Dr. Mario series]], the [[Mario Kart series]], the [[Mario RPG series]], the [[Mario sports series]], the [[Mario Party series]], the [[Super Smash Bros. series]], and many more.
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 Mario left the gorillas alone after that, and in ''​[[Mario Bros.]]''​ he became a plumber with his brother Luigi, in the sewers of [[New York City]]. They defeated several creatures in the sewers who were inhabiting the sewage pipes. They took a break from plumbing in ''​[[Game & Watch Mario Bros.|Game & Watch: Mario Bros.]]''​ and became factory workers, preparing packages of bottles to load on a delivery truck. Mario later worked at a cement factory, making sure that containers of cement didn't overflow, in ''​[[Game & Watch Mario'​s Cement Factory|Game & Watch: Mario'​s Cement Factory]]''​. In ''​[[Game & Watch Mario'​s Bombs Away|Game & Watch: Mario'​s Bombs Away]]'',​ Mario was a soldier, carrying bombs across a battlefield to his troops on the other side. In ''​[[Pinball (NES)|Pinball]]''​ and ''​[[VS. Pinball]]'',​ Mario is underneath the hole in the bottom right hole in the top level, carrying a platform which he uses to deflect the ball and break the blocks in order to rescue Pauline. After this, Mario took a break by becoming a golfer in ''​[[Golf]]''​. Mario, Luigi, Donkey Kong, and Donkey Kong Jr. were in the seats watching boxing matches in ''​[[Punch-Out!!]]''​ and ''​[[Super Punch-Out!!]]''​. After that, Mario was the chair umpire in ''​[[Nintendo Tennis|Tennis]]''​. In ''​[[Mario Bros. Special]]''​ and ''​[[Punch Ball Mario Bros.]]'',​ Mario and Luigi once again return to the plumbing profession and take to the sewers to rid the pipes from the creatures that have taken up residence in them. Mario and Luigi then take another small break from plumbing to become demolitionists in ''​[[Wrecking Crew]]''​ and ''​[[VS. Wrecking Crew]]''​. Mario left the gorillas alone after that, and in ''​[[Mario Bros.]]''​ he became a plumber with his brother Luigi, in the sewers of [[New York City]]. They defeated several creatures in the sewers who were inhabiting the sewage pipes. They took a break from plumbing in ''​[[Game & Watch Mario Bros.|Game & Watch: Mario Bros.]]''​ and became factory workers, preparing packages of bottles to load on a delivery truck. Mario later worked at a cement factory, making sure that containers of cement didn't overflow, in ''​[[Game & Watch Mario'​s Cement Factory|Game & Watch: Mario'​s Cement Factory]]''​. In ''​[[Game & Watch Mario'​s Bombs Away|Game & Watch: Mario'​s Bombs Away]]'',​ Mario was a soldier, carrying bombs across a battlefield to his troops on the other side. In ''​[[Pinball (NES)|Pinball]]''​ and ''​[[VS. Pinball]]'',​ Mario is underneath the hole in the bottom right hole in the top level, carrying a platform which he uses to deflect the ball and break the blocks in order to rescue Pauline. After this, Mario took a break by becoming a golfer in ''​[[Golf]]''​. Mario, Luigi, Donkey Kong, and Donkey Kong Jr. were in the seats watching boxing matches in ''​[[Punch-Out!!]]''​ and ''​[[Super Punch-Out!!]]''​. After that, Mario was the chair umpire in ''​[[Nintendo Tennis|Tennis]]''​. In ''​[[Mario Bros. Special]]''​ and ''​[[Punch Ball Mario Bros.]]'',​ Mario and Luigi once again return to the plumbing profession and take to the sewers to rid the pipes from the creatures that have taken up residence in them. Mario and Luigi then take another small break from plumbing to become demolitionists in ''​[[Wrecking Crew]]''​ and ''​[[VS. Wrecking Crew]]''​.
  
-===Super Mario series and sports=== +===Super Mario series and the early sports ​games=== 
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-In ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ the twin plumbers travel to the Mushroom Kingdom. There, they traveled across eight worlds ​in order to rescue [[Peach, Princess Toadstool]] of the Mushroom Kingdom, from Bowser. They would have to do this again in ''​[[VS. Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels|Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels]]'',​ and ''​[[All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ with each new quest becoming harder than the last. In ''​[[Game & Watch Super Mario Bros.|Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.]]''​ and ''​[[Super Mario Bros. Special]]'',​ Mario had to travel ​across eight worlds to rescue ​the princess ​without help from his brother. Mario and Luigi got in a brotherly spat during the [[Family Computer Disk System]] intro, as each hit the light switch that changed the color of the logo. After this, Mario became a boxing referee in ''​[[Punch-Out Featuring Mr. Dream|Mike Tyson'​s Punch-Out!!]]''​ He was then summoned ​to the dream world of [[Subcon]], in ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ with Luigi, ​Princess Toadstool ​and [[Toad]]. They traveled ​across seven worlds to save the [[Subcons]]. The evil [[Wart]], who corrupted the Subcon'​s ​[[dream machine]]. In ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]'',​ Mario and Luigi once again travel across the Mushroom ​kingdom. They defeat Bowser'​s [[Koopalings]] in seven worlds, restore the seven transformed kings to their true forms, then finally defeat Bowser and rescue ​Princess Toadstool. In ''​[[Nintendo Tetris|Tetris]]'',​ after level 9, height 5 is completed in the B-type game, Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool, Donkey Kong, Bowser, [[Samus]], [[Link]] and [[Pit]] cheer as the score is totaled. ​He became a chair umpire again in ''​[[Game Boy Tennis|Tennis]]''​. He then piloted the paddle in ''​[[Alleyway]]'',​ became a pitcher for the Bears in ''​[[Game Boy Baseball|Baseball]]'',​ and participated in ''​[[Qix]]''​ as head of Team Mario against ​Luigi in Team Luigi.+In ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ the twin plumbers travel to the Mushroom Kingdom. There, they traveled across eight worlds to rescue [[Peach, Princess Toadstool]] of the Mushroom Kingdom, from Bowser, the Koopa King. They would do this again in ''​[[VS. Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels|Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels]]'',​ and ''​[[All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ with each new quest becoming harder than the last. In ''​[[Game & Watch Super Mario Bros.|Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.]]''​ and ''​[[Super Mario Bros. Special]]'',​ Mario traveled ​across eight worlds to rescue ​Peach without help from his brother. Mario and Luigi got in a brotherly spat during the [[Family Computer Disk System]] intro, as each hit the light switch that changed the color of the logo. Mario became a boxing referee in ''​[[Punch-Out Featuring Mr. Dream|Mike Tyson'​s Punch-Out!!]]''​ He became an F-1 racer in [[Famicom Grand Prix F1 Race|Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race]] and [[Famicom Grand Prix II 3D Hot Rally|Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally]] He went to the dream world of [[Subcon]], in ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ with Luigi, ​Peach and [[Toad]],  traveling ​across seven worlds to save the [[Subcons]] ​from the evil [[Wart]], who corrupted the Subcon'​s dream machine. In ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]'',​ Mario and Luigi travel across the Mushroom ​Kingdom, ​defeat Bowser'​s [[Koopalings]] in seven worlds, restore the seven transformed kings to their true forms, then finally defeat Bowser and rescue ​Peach. In ''​[[I Am a Teacher Super Mario Sweater|I Am a Teacher: Super Mario Sweater]]'',​ Mario designs sweaters. In ''​[[Nintendo Tetris|Tetris]]'',​ after level 9, height 5 is completed in the B-type game, Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool, Donkey Kong, Bowser, [[Samus]], [[Link]] and [[Pit]] cheer as the score is totaled. ​Mario became a chair umpire again in ''​[[Game Boy Tennis|Tennis]]''​piloted the paddle in ''​[[Alleyway]]'',​ became a pitcher for the Bears in ''​[[Game Boy Baseball|Baseball]]'',​ and participated in ''​[[Qix]]''​ as the head of Team Mario against Team Luigi.
  
-===Dr. Mario and the Super Mario series continues=== +===More sports, ​Dr. MarioSuper Mario, and educational games=== 
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-Mario became a doctor in ''​[[Dr. Mario]]'',​ curing fevers and chills with multicolored pills. Mario then got his [[Mario Land|his own land]] and a [[Mario'​s castle|castle]],​ but left it to travel to [[Sarasaland]] to rescue [[Princess Daisy]] from the evil alien, [[Tatanga]]. While Mario was in Sarasaland, [[Wario]] took control of Mario'​s castle and Mario Land in ''​[[Super Mario Land 2 Six Golden Coins|Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins]]'',​ and turned the latter into Wario Land. Six enemies, including Tatanga, were holding the six golden coins that opened the door to Wario'​s castle. Mario beat the enemies, retrieved the coins, unlocked the door, and defeated Wario. In ''​[[Super Mario World]]'',​ Bowser returned to the mushroom kingdom and kidnapped Princess Toadstool again. Mario and Luigi had to travel across multiple lands, triggering colored switches which would allow them to walk on areas they couldn'​t before, with the help of Yoshi, who tells them that his friends had been trapped inside of eggs. Mario and Luigi defeat Bowser, rescue Princess Toadstool, and rescue the Yoshis from the eggs.+Mario became a doctor in ''​[[Dr. Mario]]'',​ curing fevers and chills with multicolored pills. Mario then got his [[Mario Land|his own land]] and a [[Mario'​s castle|castle]],​ but left it to travel to [[Sarasaland]] to rescue [[Princess Daisy]] from the evil alien, [[Tatanga]]. Mario had to rescue Peach again in ''​[[Super Mario Bros. Game watch|Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2 Game watch|Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3 Game watch|Super Mario Bros. 3]]'',​ and ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 4 Game watch|Super Mario Bros. 4]]''​. While Mario was in Sarasaland, [[Wario]] took control of Mario'​s castle and Mario Land in ''​[[Super Mario Land 2 Six Golden Coins|Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins]]'',​ and turned the latter into Wario Land. Six enemies, including Tatanga, were holding the six golden coins that opened the door to Wario'​s castle. Mario beat the enemies, retrieved the coins, unlocked the door, and defeated Wario. He cheers on racers at the end of races in [[F-1 Race]]. In ''​[[Super Mario World]]'',​ Bowser returned to the mushroom kingdom and kidnapped Princess Toadstool again. Mario and Luigi had to travel across multiple lands, triggering colored switches which would allow them to walk on areas they couldn'​t before, with the help of Yoshi, who tells them that his friends had been trapped inside of eggs. Mario and Luigi defeat Bowser, rescue Princess Toadstool, and rescue the Yoshis from the eggs. Mario becomes a juggler in [[Mario the Juggler]], colors with his friends in [[Super Mario Bros. & Friends When I Grow Up|Super Mario Bros. & Friends: When I Grow Up]], becomes a teacher in [[Mario Teaches Typing]], an artist in [[Mario Paint]], and a go-kart racer in [[Super Mario Kart]] and [[Super Mario Race]].  
 + 
 +===More educational games=== 
 +In [[Mario is Missing]], Bowser stole artifacts from around the world and plans to sell them to melt the ice in Antarctica, and kidnapped Mario to prevent him from ruining his plans. Luigi retrieves the artifacts and saves his brother. In [[Mario'​s Time Machine]], Bowser uses a time machine to steal various artifacts throughout history and Mario uses another time machine to stop him.  In [[Hotel Mario]], Mario and Luigi make it through the Klub Koopa Resort to rescue Peach from Bowser. In [[Mario'​s Early Years! Fun with Letters]], [[Mario'​s Early Years! Fun with Numbers]], and [[Mario'​s Early Years! Preschool Fun]], Mario, Peach, and Yoshi travel to islands by boat to learn about various subjects. In [[Mario'​s Game Gallery]], Mario plays various card, board, and dice games. 
 + 
 +===List of Games featuring Mario=== 
 +{| class="​wikitable"​ style=style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 2px" "​text-align:​center"​ width="​100%"​ 
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ width="​130px"​ | Title 
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ width="​130px"​ | Type 
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Developer 
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | System 
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Release 
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Added to museum 
 +| style="​background-color:#​ccffff;​ border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Notes 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Donkey Kong]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|Arcade]] \\ [[Atari 2600]] \\ [[Intellivision]] \\ [[ColecoVision]] \\ [[Atari 8-bit]] \\ [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] \\ [[TI-99|TI-99/​4a]] \\ [[IBM PC]] \\ [[Commodore 64|C64]] \\ [[VIC-20]] \\ [[MSX]] \\ [[ZX Spectrum]] \\ [[Amstrad CPC|CPC]] \\ [[Coleco Adam|Adam]] \\ [[Famicom Disk System|FDS]] \\ [[Atari 7800]] \\ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]] \\ [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]] \\ [[Wii]] \\ [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]] \\ [[Wii U]] \\ [[NES Classic Edition|FC Mini]] \\ [[NES Classic Edition|NES CE]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1981 \\ 1982 \\ 1982 \\ 1982 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1984 \\ 1986 \\ 1986 \\ 1986 \\ 1988 \\ 1988 \\ 2002 \\ 2004 \\ 2006 \\ 2011 \\ 2013 \\ 2016 \\ 2016 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | GC: January 20, 2003 \\ NES CE: August 10, 2017 \\ FC Mini: August 10, 2017 \\ e-Reader: January 20, 2018 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Included in ''​[[Animal Crossing]]''​ for [[GameCube]] in 2001. \\ The [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] version is [[emulator|emulated]] on [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]],​ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]],​ [[Wii]], [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]], [[Wii U]], [[NES Classic Edition|NES CE]], and [[NES Classic Edition|Famicom Mini]]. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Coleco Mini Arcade Donkey Kong|Coleco Mini Arcade: Donkey Kong]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Coleco]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Coleco Mini Arcade]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1982 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch Donkey Kong|Game & Watch: Donkey Kong]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1982 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 3DS: December 4, 2017 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Remade for [[Game Boy]] and [[Game Boy Color]] as part of ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 2]]''​ in 1998. \\ Remade for [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]] as part of ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 4]]''​ in 2002. \\ ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 2]]''​ was released for Virtual Console on [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]] in 2012. \\  ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 4]]''​ was released on Virtual Console on [[Wii U]] in 2016. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Donkey Kong Jr.]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Villain 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|Arcade]] \\ [[Atari 2600]] \\ [[Intellivision]] \\ [[ColecoVision]] \\ [[Atari 8-bit]] \\ [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] \\ [[BBC Micro]] \\ [[Commodore 64|C64]] \\ [[VIC-20]] \\ [[Coleco Adam|Adam]] \\ [[Famicom Disk System|FDS]] \\ [[Atari 7800]] \\ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]] \\ [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]] \\ [[Wii]] \\ [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]] \\ [[Wii U]] \\ [[NES Classic Edition|FC Mini]] \\ [[NES Classic Edition|NES CE]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1982 \\ 1982 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1984 \\ 1986 \\ 1986 \\ 1986 \\ 1988 \\ 1988 \\ 2002 \\ 2004 \\ 2006 \\ 2011 \\ 2013 \\ 2016 \\ 2016 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | GC: January 20, 2003 \\ NES CE: August 10, 2017 \\ FC Mini: August 10, 2017 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Included in ''​[[Animal Crossing]]''​ for [[GameCube]] in 2001. \\ The [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] version is [[emulator|emulated]] on [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]],​ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]],​ [[Wii]], [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]], [[Wii U]], [[NES Classic Edition|NES CE]], and [[NES Classic Edition|Famicom Mini]]. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch Donkey Kong Jr.|Game & Watch: Donkey Kong Jr.]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Villain 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1982 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 3DS: December 4, 2017 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Remade for [[Game Boy Color|GBC]] as part of ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 3]]''​ in 1999. \\ Remade for [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]] as part of ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 4]]''​ in 2002. \\ ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 3]]''​ was released for Virtual Console on [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]] in 2014. \\  ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 4]]''​ was released on Virtual Console on [[Wii U]] in 2016. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch Donkey Kong II|Game & Watch: Donkey Kong II]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Villain 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1983 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 3DS: December 4, 2017 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Remade for [[Game Boy Color|GBC]] as part of ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 3]]''​ in 1999. \\ ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 3]]''​ was released for Virtual Console on [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]] in 2014. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch Mario Bros.|Game & Watch: Mario Bros.]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1983 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 3DS: December 4, 2017 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Remade for [[Game Boy Color|GBC]] as part of ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 3]]''​ in 1999. \\ Remade for [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]] as part of ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 4]]''​ in 2002. \\ ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 3]]''​ was released for Virtual Console on [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]] in 2014. \\  ''​[[Game & Watch Gallery 4]]''​ was released on Virtual Console on [[Wii U]] in 2016. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Mario Bros.]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|Arcade]] \\ [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] \\ [[Atari 2600]] \\ [[Atari 5200]] \\ [[Apple II]] \\ [[Commodore 64|C64]] \\ [[Amstrad CPC|CPC]] \\ [[ZX Spectrum]] \\ [[Atari 7800]] \\ [[Atari 8-bit]] \\ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]] \\ [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]] \\ [[Wii]] \\ [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]] \\ [[Wii U]] \\ [[NES Classic Edition|FC Mini]] \\ [[NES Classic Edition|NES CE]] \\ [[Nintendo Switch|Switch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1983 \\ 1984 \\ 1986 \\ 1987 \\ 1987 \\ 1988 \\ 1999 \\ 2002 \\ 2004 \\ 2006 \\ 2013 \\ 2013 \\ 2016 \\ 2016 \\ 2017 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | GameCube: January 20, 2003 \\ NES CE: August 10, 2017 \\ FC Mini: August 10, 2017 \\ Switch: September 27, 2017 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Remade in 2001 as part of [[Super Mario Advance]]. \\ Included in ''​[[Animal Crossing]]''​ for [[GameCube]] in 2001. \\ The [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] version is [[emulation|emulated]] on [[Game Boy Advance|GBA]],​ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]],​ [[Wii]], [[Nintendo 3DS|3DS]], [[Wii U]], [[NES Classic Edition|NES CE]], and [[NES Classic Edition|Famicom Mini]]. \\ The [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|arcade]] version is [[emulation|emulated]] on [[Nintendo Switch|Switch]],​ and was developed by [[Hamster]]. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch Mario'​s Cement Factory|Game & Watch: Mario'​s Cement Factory]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1983 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Released in a tabletop format in 1983. \\ Released in a wide-screen format in 1983. \\ Released as part of the [[Nintendo Mini Classics]] miniature LCD game line in 1998. \\ Remade as part of the [[Game & Watch Gallery 4]] for [[Game Boy Advance]] in 2002. \\ Digital remake for [[DSiWare]] for the [[Nintendo DSi]] released in 2009. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch Mario'​s Bombs Away|Game & Watch: Mario'​s Bombs Away]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Game & Watch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1983 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Released in a panorama format in 1983. \\ Remade as part of the [[Game & Watch Gallery 4]] for [[Game Boy Advance]] in 2002.  
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Punch-Out!!]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Cameo 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|Arcade]] \\ [[Nintendo Switch|Switch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1983 \\ 2018 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | May 15, 2018 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Emulated by [[Hamster]] as part of the [[Arcade Archives]] series on [[Nintendo Switch]] in 2018. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Mario Bros. Special]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Hudson Soft]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[PC-6000 series|PC-6001]] \\ [[PC-6600 series|PC-6601]] \\ [[PC-8800 series|PC-88]] \\ [[PC-9800 series|PC-98]] \\ [[FM-7]] \\ [[X1]] \\ [[Sharp MZ]] \\ [[Hitachi S1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ |  
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Punch Ball Mario Bros.]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Hudson Soft]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[PC-6000 series|PC-6000]] \\ [[PC-6600 series|PC-66]] \\ [[PC-8800 series|PC-88]] \\ [[FM-7]] \\ [[X1]] \\ [[Sharp MZ]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 \\ 1984 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Pinball|Pinball]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Cameo 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] \\ [[Famicom Disk System|FDS]] \\ [[GameCube]] \\ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1984 \\ 1989 \\ 2001 \\ 2002 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | GameCube: January 20, 2003 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Mario is underneath the hole in the bottom right hole in the top level, carrying a platform which he uses to deflect the ball and break the blocks in order to rescue Pauline. \\ The [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] version is [[emulator|emulated]] on [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]]. \\ Included in ''​[[Animal Crossing]]''​ for [[GameCube]] in 2001. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[VS. Pinball]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Cameo 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[VS. System|Arcade]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1984 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Mario is underneath the hole in the bottom right hole in the top level, carrying a platform which he uses to deflect the ball and break the blocks in order to rescue Pauline. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Golf|Golf]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] \\ [[PC-8800 series|PC-88]] \\ [[X1]] \\ [[Famicom Disk System|FDS]] \\ [[GameCube]] \\ [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1984 \\ 1985 \\ 1985 \\ 1986 \\ 2001 \\ 2002 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | GameCube: January 20, 2003 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Ported to PC-88 and X1 by [[Hudson Soft]]. \\ The [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]] version is [[emulator|emulated]] on [[Nintendo e-Reader|e-Reader]]. \\ Included in ''​[[Animal Crossing]]''​ for [[GameCube]] in 2001. 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Vs. Golf]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Hero 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[VS. System|Arcade]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1984 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 
 +|- 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Super Punch-Out!!]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Cameo 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Research & Development 1|Nintendo R&D 1]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|Arcade]] \\ [[Nintendo Switch|Switch]] 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 1984 \\ 2018 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet 
 +| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Emulated by [[Hamster]] as part of the [[Arcade Archives]] series on [[Nintendo Switch]] in 2018. 
 +|} 

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