A Super Mario Summary crams Mario levels into single screen

Impressive Flash tribute to Super Mario Bros.

A Super Mario Summary is not the first unnofficial Mario game to be made using Flash. It's unlikely to be the last. But it is one of the most novel takes on Nintendo's classic we've seen in a while.

The game condenses each level from the original Super Mario Bros. into 32 single screens, offering enemies and platforming elements from each.

A Super Mario Summary is the brainchild of Swedish developer Johan Peitz, who created the game in 48 hours for weekend game creation challenge Ludum Dare.

Each level also awards a star rating, with a maximum of three stars awarded for squishing every goomba and collecting every coin.

You can try out A Super Mario Summary by clicking below.

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