Gaming hacks for Super Mario bros - doesnt save

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hey all kids have been playing SMB on the wii for a while and for some reason it doesnt seem to save their progress ?
we cant seem to get out of teh 1st world and constantly redoing the water level.
anyone got any hacks for this game please? kids loving it but going crazy stuck on the 1st world

TIA Bart
 

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hey all kids have been playing SMB on the wii for a while and for some reason it doesnt seem to save their progress ?
we cant seem to get out of teh 1st world and constantly redoing the water level.
anyone got any hacks for this game please? kids loving it but going crazy stuck on the 1st world

TIA Bart
REALLY?
YOU'RE REALLY MAKING THIS QUESTION?
You're not trying to troll us, right?
 

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I'm seriously asking the question kids don't play much but have liked this game all of sudden

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Nope honestly asking for the kids
 

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I'm seriously asking the question kids don't play much but have liked this game all of sudden

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Nope honestly asking for the kids
No dude... like... that's how's supposed the game to work.
Once you die you start all over again.
Also, if you're desperately tryin to save your kid's progress as they play the game you can use FCGEUX and literally make Save States as they play.

That's all you can do, but like, hacking the rom to implement a Save function... No you can't. At least I'm not aware of such hack.
 

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Super Mario Bros. on the NES doesn't save, that's how the game works. If you're using emulators, and you look for "hacks", go look for one called Super Mario All Stars NES.

It's a modification of Super Mario Bros 3 that contains, SMB1, SMB2, SMB3 and SMB Lost Levels in one single package with a saving function. Alternatively, you can look for the original Super Mario All Stars on the Super Nintendo.

If you're playing that game through a Virtual Console release, the only way of saving your progress TEMPORARILY is to leave the game through the Wii Home Button menu. It will create a temporal save that will be loaded next time the game is booted up, and also erased.
 

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Ah OK I thought you could at least save when you get to the end of a level eg 1-6 but if they don't beat the castle then it goes back to like 1-4

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Super Mario Bros. on the NES doesn't save, that's how the game works. If you're using emulators, and you look for "hacks", go look for one called Super Mario All Stars NES.

It's a modification of Super Mario Bros 3 that contains, SMB1, SMB2, SMB3 and SMB Lost Levels in one single package with a saving function. Alternatively, you can look for the original Super Mario All Stars on the Super Nintendo.

If you're playing that game through a Virtual Console release, the only way of saving your progress TEMPORARILY is to leave the game through the Wii Home Button menu. It will create a temporal save that will be loaded next time the game is booted up, and also erased.

Thanks have got the SNES emulator so will have a look for this version on there.
 
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