Super Mario Bros. is the name of the two-dimensional side-scrolling platform. Intelligent Super Mario Bros. is a bit more advanced than what we’ve seen in stores. Nintendo chose Super Mario Bros. as the packaging material for its NES system. Intellivision Super Mario Bros. is a bit of an anomaly. What do you think of Intellivision Super Mario Bros. tell me in the comments below. It’s time for game journalism to take its place as a proper source, not for fans to advertise for free. Mattel Intellivision was released in the late 1970s, half a decade before the Nintendo NES. This article is archived at the Blockchain Beehive blog’s Hive Game section. The Atari 2600 had 2D games like Pitfall, but mostly single-screen games. Matthew Keel created some more very revealing Mattel Intelligence ports. Single-screen cases with simple goals and different ways to achieve them. The thing is, 2D scrolling games were still a very open genre. This is an entry in our Bandit Games section because it’s by no means official. Nintendo has created a new sub-genre that others have had a hard time keeping up with. Anyway, thanks for reading. If you have any suggestions, please leave a comment.