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''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] It was designed by Creator/JonNorris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.

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''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] franchise. It was designed by Creator/JonNorris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.


* ProgressiveJackpot: The number of castles destroyed is carried over from one game to the next. See VideoGameStealing below.

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* ProgressiveJackpot: The number of castles destroyed is carried over from one game to the next. See VideoGameStealing below.


* VideoGameStealing: Played with; while destroying all seven castles allows a player to enter their initials, the castles destroyed are [[ProgressiveJackpot carried over from one game to another.]] This means a player could start a game with ''six'' castles already destroyed, then get the seventh and take the glory. On the other hand, his score will still be lower than someone who actually destroyed multiple castles, so it's a dubious victory at best.


* AdaptationDistillation: The pinball game mixes artwork from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' and ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'', then throws in voice clips from the ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioWorld'' animated cartoon.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The pinball game mixes artwork from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' and ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'', then throws in voice clips from with around 95% of the ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioWorld'' animated cartoon.music based on the latter.


* VideoMode: Appropriately enough, the Video Mode is a simplified version of ''Super Mario Bros.'' While Mario moves automatically across the screen, and must dodge Bullet Bills and BottomlessPits along the way. Use the right flipper button to jump, and the left flipper button to run. Reaching the flagpole at the end yields 10 million points, or 30 if Mario ran the entire way.

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* VideoMode: Appropriately enough, the Video Mode is a simplified version of ''Super Mario Bros.'' While Mario moves automatically across the screen, and he must dodge Bullet Bills and BottomlessPits along the way. Use the right flipper button to jump, and the left flipper button to run. Reaching the flagpole at the end yields 10 million points, or 30 if Mario ran the entire way.


Also see ''[[Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World]]''.

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Also see ''[[Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World]]''.
World]]''. For the never-released pinball based on ''Series/TheLegendOfZelda'', see ''Pinball/{{Gladiators}}''.


''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] It was designed by Jon Norris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.

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''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] It was designed by Jon Norris Creator/JonNorris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.


''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] It was designed by Jon Norris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.[[note]]The second was ''Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld'', released a few months later.[[/note]]

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''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] It was designed by Jon Norris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.[[note]]The second was ''Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld'', released a few months later.[[/note]]
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Also see ''Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld''.

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Also see ''Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld''.
''[[Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World]]''.


* ConsolationPrize: A 200,000 point bonus is given if you lose the BettingMinGame.

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* ConsolationPrize: A 200,000 point bonus is given if you lose the BettingMinGame.BettingMiniGame.

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* ConsolationPrize: A 200,000 point bonus is given if you lose the BettingMinGame.

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* EpilepticFlashingLights: Done after the player gets a [[InvincibilityPowerUp Starman.]]


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* InvincibilityPowerUp: The Starman allows you to become invincible, as is the norm. However, here it's given an interesting take.


''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] It was designed by Jon Norris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.[[note]]The second was ''Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World'', released a few months later.[[/note]]

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''Super Mario Bros.'' is a PhysicalPinballTable based on the [[CaptainObvious popular video game franchise.]] It was designed by Jon Norris and released by Creator/{{Gottlieb}} in 1992, and is the first of two ''Mario''-themed pinballs from Gottlieb.[[note]]The second was ''Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World'', ''Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld'', released a few months later.[[/note]]


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Also see ''Pinball/SuperMarioBrosMushroomWorld''.


* VideoMode: Appropriately enough, the Video Mode is a simplified version of ''Super Mario Bros.'' While Mario moves automatically across the screen; use the right flipper button to jump, and the left flipper button to run. Reaching the flagpole at the end yields 10 million points, or 30 if Mario ran the entire way.

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* VideoMode: Appropriately enough, the Video Mode is a simplified version of ''Super Mario Bros.'' While Mario moves automatically across the screen; use screen, and must dodge Bullet Bills and BottomlessPits along the way. Use the right flipper button to jump, and the left flipper button to run. Reaching the flagpole at the end yields 10 million points, or 30 if Mario ran the entire way.

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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Bowser's castle spins. There's no reason for it to do so, other than because it can.

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