Play SuperMarioBros in Your WVGA for Windows Mobile
If you are using emulators just to have that little Italian plumber jumping and throwing fireballs in your WM device, you can now ditch that. XDA member zarpy released a few months ago a game clone of this infamous game for WVGA devices. The objective is pretty simple, just kill every enemy in the screen and make sure that you get every coin, mushroom, and power up available to be able to rescue Princess Peach from the evil claws of King Bowser.
The game graphics are very well made, but if you have any suggestions for the dev or if you find any bugs, make sure that you report them back to the dev.
SuperMarioBros. windows mobile adventure is final here. Travel through grassland,iceland,and boswers castle. Fight goombas ,koopas,drybones,and the big boss himself king boswer.
Avoid gaps and weapons thrown at you by enemies to stay alive.
Fight hard enough and you save princess. Tested and passed inspection on touchpro2 and xperia1x.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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