Super Mario Bros. on Four Computer Monitors

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Here is a full-screen version of Super Mario Bros. World 1-1 on several computer monitors. Just look at it all scrolled out before you. Do it!

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And here is World 1-2, complete with the exposed Warp Zone. These images come from Twitter user Morikuma_Works, who, when not unraveling Mario Bros., works as an engineer in Japan.

Illustration for article titled emSuper Mario Bros./em on Four Computer Monitors
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7980x1080でマリオしたらこうなった [Morikuma_Works]

1-2バージョン [Morikuma_Works]

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SniperSniper
Sniper Gillespie

Is this actual gameplay or stationary screen shots? Is it even possible to see the entire level like that during gameplay? NES games weren't developed to utilize widescreens or multiple screens. So when playing SMBs you only see the part of the level where Mario is standing and it only scrolls forward when he moves. So I don't think it is possible to play the game in the way that its pictured above unless it was hacked/modified.