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Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels

Rating
Great

Game functions with minor graphical or audio glitches and is playable from start to finish. May require some workarounds.
Type Nintendo Entertainment System
Game Icon
Title IDs
0004000000093e00
0004000000094e00
0004000000094f00
System Files Required? No
Shared Font Required? Yes

Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels is a 1986 side-scrolling, platform video game developed and published by Nintendo as the first sequel to their 1985 smash hit Super Mario Bros.

Summary

The virtual console edition of Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Level works near flawlessly in Citra. Graphically, the game is considered perfect and performs well even on lower-end hardware. It still suffers from major audio issues (e.g. sound effects being significantly distorted), but this does not hinder the gameplay in any way. Disabling audio stretching may help the audio issues minimally.

Compatibility

Date Tested By Hardware Citra Version Rating
June 5, 2017 Clector Intel Core i3-4160
Intel HD Graphics 4400
Windows 8.1
HEAD-8c22334
Great

Known Issues

Title Created Last Updated
Pokémon Virtual Console – Distorted music in game February 9, 2017 February 9, 2017

Savefiles

Name Description Uploaded By Date
World 3-2 Restore Point at World 3-2 with 5 Lives and 65 Coins, Luigi Game and with Small Fire Luigi Clector October 18, 2017

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