Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet

$19.99

gm0306 - Developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd., TRY Co., Ltd. and Published by Nintendo of America Inc., "Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet" was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1988. The Super Mario Bros., Duck Hunt, World Class Track Meet, is a classic Compilation Video Game packaged for the Nintendo. Choose to play either Mario or his brother Luigi and save princess Toadstool from the cruel king Bowser. You will have to cross several levels, dodge through obstacles, earn points and fight the king in the final level of this Nintendo Game. You will be provided with fire flowers and mushrooms to increase your power and size. Shoot ducks and test your aiming skills in the Duck Hunt game of this Compilation Video Game, which features two gaming modes to be played using the Light Zapper Gun. Participate in the 100 meter dash, long jump and other sports of the World Class Track Meet featured in this Nintendo Game. With a variety of games the Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet will totally keep you engrossed for hours. The Three Games Are:

Super Mario Bros.
In Super Mario Bros., Princess Toadstool of the Mushroom Kingdom has been kidnapped by Bowser, the evil king of the Koopas. Former plumbers Mario and Luigi have been sent to rescue to her and restore peace to the kingdom. They must make their way over land, under ground, and through the sea, in eight worlds divided into four levels each. On their journey, they face a variety of enemies, including Goombas, Koopa Troopas, and Bullet Bills, which can be defeated by jumping directly on them. At the end of each world, the brothers come face to face with Bowser, who must be stopped before the quest can continue.

Power-ups play an integral part in Super Mario Bros. When Mario jumps and hits a question mark block from underneath, an item is revealed. This could be a coin, mushroom, fire flower, or star. The mushroom is the game's most important item -- it makes Mario grow to over twice his normal size and strength, giving him the ability to break bricks with his jump-punch. It also allows him to be hit once without losing a life. Once Mario is in this "super" state, he can collect a fire flower that lets him shoot fireballs. Stars provide temporary invincibility, and 100 coins earn you an extra life.

Duck Hunt
Don't just hunt ducks: zap them in the classic NES game Duck Hunt. When Nintendo originally launched the title in North America in 1985, it was a huge success. The NES console game release has been entertaining people of all ages for decades.The first-person shooter game demonstrated the flexibility of the system and the Zapper light gun. From the handle to the end of the barrel, the Nintendo Entertainment System Zapper measures 11 inches in length. Original Nintendo Duck Hunt Zappers were gray while later versions were made orange. The NES Zapper is made specifically for the Nintendo system.Each Duck Hunt level offers not just one duck but ten target birds for gamers to shoot at with one or two appearing in the sky on-screen at a time. Nintendo gives you three chances to clear each level, and you advance by achieving a certain number of hits. The higher the level, the faster the birds will appear and move across the screen. Be on the lookout and concentrate to get them all. If you don't reach the number of shots necessary to go on to the next level, you'll be able to simply start over.When a gamer pulls the trigger, the screen will flash, and it's soon apparent whether you will get credit for the kill or not. You don't have to have perfect accuracy. A shot in the right direction should do the trick. You'll get points for every bird you knock out of the sky. If you make your shots fast, you have an increased chance of getting enough to go to the next level. Also, if you manage to get all waterfowl or pigeons in a round, you'll be rewarded with bonus points. Different Duck Hunt modes let you choose between ducks and clay pigeons. Additionally, the two-player version adds a level of shooting gaming competition by letting the other player control the ducks in flight. When you're playing against an opponent, the NES will keep track of both scores for you during your session. The game begins at Level 1 and ends at Level 99. If you make it past Level 99, you'll be promoted to Level 0. In this bonus level, the birds are sporadic and gameplay can be unpredictable. When the last level is over, you've conquered the entire game. You don't have to make it all the way to the Level 0 to take part in a bonus round, though. After every two levels, players get a chance to bag some birds jumping out of tall grass. The catch is that the hunter's dog likes to play in the tall grass as well. Every once in a while, the dog will pop up instead of your intended target. If you shoot the dog instead of a duck, the bonus round will end. This retro shooter game will provide hours of big fun to whoever plays it. Those who played Duck Hunt when it was first released and those who are new to playing Duck Hunt will be able to enjoy it for hours on end.

World Class Track Meet
Run, jump, and race to your heart's content! This action-packed game turns your home into an exciting stadium! With the performance of the Power Pad, this will dare you to increase your physical ability and surpass your athletic goals. Compete in four different events against a computer or friends to an ultimate athletic challenge that could reward you the gold!

Gameplay
World Class Track Meet uses the Power Pad, which allows for up to two players to play simultaneously, though the game allows for up to six alternating players for each event. The game features six modes with four events, based on Olympic events in which the player must use the buttons to run. Attempting to run before the event starts results in a false start; in Tournament mode, the player is immediately disqualified for three false starts. The game features two racers: "Turtle" (who is slower) and "Cheetah" (who is faster).

In 100M Dash, players alternate between pressing the Power Pad buttons to race each other. 110M Hurdles involves the two players racing while needing to jump over hurdles when they appear. In Long Jump, players must stay in the air for as long as possible to record the longest distance. In Triple Jump, the player must jump as far as possible across three markers. In addition to the four events, two other modes are available. The first is Tournament, in which the player competes against six computer players in the 100M Dash and 110M Hurdles events. The second is The Olympics, in which players compete and are scored in all four events consecutively (using the 1982 edition of The Guinness Book of Records as the basis for scoring).

Product Details

  • UPC: 0767014318889
  • Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
  • Region: NTSC
  • ESRB Rating: "E" for Everyone
  • ESRB Descriptor: Suitable for Persons Ages Six and Older
  • Genre: Shooter / Action / Sports /Adventure (Compilation 3 Games)
  • Class: licensed
  • Rarity Rating: "C"
  • Game Format: Cartridge
  • Condition: Pre-owned, in excellent condition.

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