Super Mario Bros Crossover

I might talk alot of games, but this what hands-down the most realistic flash game that closely resembles Super Mario Bros for the NES that I have played to date. Super Mario Bros Crossover is the classic NES game Super Mario Bros that you can play as Mario, Samus, Link, Mario, MegaMan, Simon, and Bill. Each stars from popular NES games including in order Super Mario Bros, Metroid, The Legend of Zelda, Castlevania and Contra. How cool is that? I prefer to play as MegaMan and have fireball buster.

Infinite Super Mario Bros Crossover Instructions
Move with the arrow keys on the keyboard
Z – Jump
X – Attack
S – Special

Objective of Super Mario Bros Crossover
It’s time to conquer Super Mario Bros but this time, you can use the characters from other fantastic NES games.

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5 Comments on Super Mario Bros Crossover

  1. This is one of the best games I remember playing.  I played it elsewhere, and while I didn’t play enough to get to the end, I liked all the characters and their unique attacks and special abilities.

  2. Alex says:

    Amazing game. I can’t believe this game was advertised by a huge YouTube name like HouseholdHacker! It’s great

  3. Ryan says:

    Wow. I have been playing for 2 hours with Bill R. This little applet is GREAT. I am not too much into games and haven’t played one in a long time but on this one I got hooked.

  4. 飞速之者 says:


  5. Pimp My Nintendo says:

    You don’t download it. It’s a flash game that you play right in your web browser.