orb3000 · May 30, 2011 at 12:00 pm

SuperMarioBros Run for Windows Mobile

Not all in our mobile life is about Android or WP7. Even though Windows Mobile is no longer people’s favorite OS, we have thousands of members who still love it. For them, XDA member zarpy presents SuperMarioBros game. You can move along the levels by making Mario jump taping anywhere on your screen, the game is same as the one you used to play many years ago…collect coins, stomp on goombas and turtles, and continue trough levels. Only for WVGA.
The developer also includes the link to download the full version of game editors for free, so now you can make your own game!

Originally posted by zarpy
SuperMarioBros Run (Excellent Endless Runner game) WVGA Only

The controls are simple ,tap anywhere on the screen to make SuperMario jump. Mario runs automatically to the right , jump to collect coins, stomp on goombas and turtles. As time passes Mario runs faster and the Music is intensfies!! The game is endless and also has a highscore feature to save your highscore. A must have for any die-hard SuperMarioBros fan. Feel free to share this game on any site that features windows mobile games.

Also if you dreamed of making your own game , right now you can download the full version of game editors easy to use tools for free. Here the link

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