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New Infinite 1-Up Glitch Discovered in Super Mario Bros.

by Conner Flynn
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Can you believe that after 30 years people are still discovering ways to get more lives in Super Mario Bros.? It is true. Below is a video of a recently discovered Super Mario Bros. glitch that gives you infinite 1-ups. Sadly, you can only keep 128 of them. I’m sure you won’t need that many anyway.

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So, how do you do this trick? First you have to beat the game. After that, you start a new 2-player game and time it so one player dies while a vine is growing. This will make the vine continue to grow up through the ground on the next player’s turn. If the player is on a level with two trapped enemies, you can bump them for free lives as many times as you like. Skip to about 2:40 to see the glitch in action:

Cool trick. You have to wonder how they discovered this one in the first place. They must have played forever to find this. I don’t even have time to play a regular game of Super Mario Bros., what am I going to do with all those lives?

[via Geekologie]

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