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Super Mario Bros.: Lost Levels Now Available In eShop

Posted on Thursday, December 27 @ 10:04:33 PST by Keri_Honea

Nintendo is just full of classic Super Mario Bros. news today. The last bit of news was a bit of a tease, but this new eShop release is ripe for all 3DS owners. As of today, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels is available for download from the eShop for $4.99.

The Lost Levels was originally relesaed in Japan as Super Mario Bros. 2, as it was a new rendition of the original Super Mario Bros., with Poison Mushrooms, backward Warp Zones, and the delight of wind gusts that could blow you forward to help or backward to hinder progress.

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