Proving that old games can carry secrets even in the internet age, someone has - allegedly - unearthed a glitch in the 1985 NES classic Super Mario Bros.
Yeah we were told a couple of months back, around the time the article was posted back in June/July, thanks anyway ;)
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Hey Fatty, Fat again today? Just kidding lol :p
Rolly & sweaty as always, Gravity_DoGG. Blood pressure's through the roof and cholesterol is clogging the arteries, but my rascal's all gassed up and ready to roll.
Look, RosweeSon and SaffronCurse, it was news to me, and it wasn't a duplicate. Furthermore, it got approved and went to 100 very quickly, so it must be news to others as well. If I'm in violation of some n4g rule then I will gladly take this down to avoid passive aggressive doucheface comments like these.
It was news to me too, don't let the douchebaggery get you down, they're everywhere. lol
http://n4g.com/news/1533423... this is the original,it never hurts to search for the headline first.Though we all make mistakes.
It usually pops up in the process...not *trying* to repeat content here...thanks for acknowledging it as a mistake and not being a douche about it.
I think people here are abit sensitive about things. Relax, it was just a comment. Before you do post things make sure you read the timestamp of the article.
I used to be able to bounce on a turtle shell on the steps at the end of some level back in the day that would do this. I thought it was so cool, I could have lives that looked like symbols. Damn, it's been a while. lol
Those were the days...I used to die on purpose just to see what all the different symbols looked like!
The minus world is such an epic glitch
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