Link, Ryu, Samus and More Return to Super Mario Bros. Crossover 2.0 Today

The highly anticipated—and it says a lot that term is being used with a flash game—Super Mario Bros. Crossover 2.0 is available to play now from Jay Pavlina and Exploding Rabbit.


You can reacquaint yourself with its new features in that video or just head right over and see for yourself. The cast from the original Crossover returns, but now you can choose from three visual styles to play the game: NES, SNES and Game Boy. You may also randomize the appearance (as well as the characters, all of whom carry their original powers and weapons into the original Super Mario Bros. levels.

Super Mario Bros. Crossover [Exploding Rabbit]

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Absolutely loving it, though the game is ***MUCH*** more difficult, as only Mario and Luigi can jump on enemies.

My only complaints, honestly, are with the Mega Man characters. For one, surprisingly, none of them use their true SNES sprites, save maybe Dr. Wily. Also, kind of bummed that Mega Man and Bass share abilities; particularly since Bass's rapid-fire makes some of them kind of redundant.

Still, fantastic game, and I love the "Cheats" section, which doubles as "Achievements" more or less.