Have a yen for ’80s Nintendo games and do you run a modern web browser? Well:
Computer games might be more realistic than ever before with budgets and special effects compatible to blockbuster movies, but children and teenagers of the 80s and 90s still have a soft spot for the Super Mario Bros.
Now they can re-live their childhood as a 1980s version of the popular game is available to play online for free.
The website, fullscreenmario.com, created by Josh Goldberg, lets users worth through levels as well as skip to favourites, as well as build their own levels from scratch.
This is going to lead to a lot of wasted work hours around the globe.