Super Mario Bros. Crossover, the flash game in which you play through the levels of Super Mario Bros. as Samus, Link, Ryu Hayabusa and other heroes from the Nintendo Entertainment System's glory days, is readying a 3.0 update with even more obscure nostalgia and retro goodness.
After relaxing with a $2.50 cookie and a $4.00 Coke at the back corner of hall A at San Diego Comic-Con, be sure to stop by the expansive booth of indie developer Exploding Rabbit, the makers of the ever-interesting Super Mario Bros. Crossover. Try to get there before the battery power runs out.
Well, that's one way to get rid of the Hammer Brothers. If blasting away at everyone with Lance's spread-fire wasn't enough overwhelming firepower, SOPHIA the 3rd from Blaster Master will arrive in late November.
As promised, Jay Pavlina has delivered Ryu Hayabusa from the NES Ninja Gaiden as the seventh playable character in the flash sensation Super Mario Bros. Crossover. Other character-specific abilities have been included in the game's 1.1 update.
A deadly assassin stalks the back alleys of the Mushroom Kingdom, as Exploding Rabbit adds a new challenger to popular Flash game mash-up Super Mario Bros. Crossover. Those poor Goombas will never see it coming.