As such, there is no 2 Player Game but rather the option to play as Luigi with his unique physics. The game was published by Nippon Broadcasting System, a subsidiary of Fuji TV who would go on to publish Yume Kojo: Doki Doki Panic, which was localized in the West as Super Mario Bros.
Only 3,040 copies were released. Due to high demand and limited supply, listeners were told from December 15 to December 19 to send a postcard which would be entered into a lottery for 2,000 of the copies. The card must be postmarked by December 20 to qualify.In addition, Famicom Tsushin (Famitsu) and Family Computer Magazine (Famimaga) each gave out 20 free copies to their readers in a lottery. The deadline for Famitsu was December 25 while Famimaga's was January 15, 1987. Famitsu received over 30,000 submissions. Mario Brothers Famicom disc system All night Nippon 1986 USED limited rare. Family computer and disc system All night Nippon Mario BrothersIt is the commemorative software. And it is famous among the collectors as the phantom software. Since it is an old one.
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