Anyways, here's a drawing dedicated to "Super Mario Bros 2"(the USA version). I drew the characters holding items that appears in the game- Mario with the Turnip, Luigi with a Koopa Shell, Peach with a Magic Potion, and Toad with a POW Block.
Now that this is done, I can finally get sleep with this music: [link]
Fun Fact: This game was originally called "Doki Doki Panic" in Japan, which features different playable characters. In Japan, the real sequel was a much more difficult version of "Super Mario Bros". Nintendo of America thought Japan's sequel was too hard for American gamers and gave the US a Mario version of "Doki Doki Panic". Japan eventually got the Mario version in 1992 and named it "Super Mario USA". Japan's "Super Mario Bros 2" finally got released in the US when "Super Mario All-Stars" for the SNES was released in 1993 and it was named "Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels". Even though the US's "Super Mario Bros 2" wasn't originally a Mario game, it did debuted some characters like Birdo, Shy Guy, Bob-omb, and Pokey and debuted the ability to throw stuff in the series.
Mario series is created by Shigeru Miyamoto/ Nintendo
I like the game as well. It was different but I still think it's a fun game.
I really like the SMB2 ending theme song too. It's lovely.
I really like how you drew them all. Your style is so great!
And I also like how beautiful bright the colors are. ^^
This took me awhile to draw, but it was worth it.
Anyway, nice work! Nice incorporation of the objects
That's cool! I still have this game for NES, SNES(All-Stars), GBA(Super Mario Advance 1), and Wii(All-Star's Wii version).
Wow, I did not know that! That's cool! Have you played it before?
Which one? "Doki Doki Panic" or "Super Mario Bros: Lost Levels"? If it's "Doki Doki Panic", no because that's a Japan-only Famicom game. I might import it somday. If it's "SMB: Lost Levels", yes I have on the "Super Mario All-Stars" game. But not the original Famicom version though. The original is actually on the Wii's Virtual Console though. And yes, it is very difficult because it has winds, warp pipes that warp you back to a previous world, lots of enemies, tricky jumps to make, some puzzles, and invisible blocks that can ruin your jumps. But I beaten it already, it was tough but still pretty fun. Well, the All-Stars version is actually easier than the original Famicom version because it has a level select and you automatically go to World A after you beat World 8 or 9. In the original Famicom version, you actually have to beat Worlds 1 to 8 eight times to go to World A.