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The List of Iconic Super Mario Brothers Characters

For more than 30 years in the video game industry, the Super Mario Franchise has become the best-selling video games of all time.  Debuted in the 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong as Jumpman, Mario, the mustachioed Italian-American plumber since then has come a long way and has made a lot of series of games to his name and has become the most iconic video game character of all-time.  Let’s go back and take a look at the list of main Super Mario Brothers characters from its early days.

 

The Main Super Mario Brothers Characters

 

  1. Mario.  First known as Jumpman but was soon renamed as Mario in 1982 in the Donkey Kong sequel. Mario, the iconic and most popular video game character of all time is portrayed as an Italian-American plumber. But he’s rather busy fighting creatures coming from the pipelines and sewers, saving princesses and the world instead of being a plumber.

 

  1. Luigi.  One of the original Super Mario Brothers Characters, Luigi is Mario’s brother who can easily be identified with his iconic green outfit and first appeared in the 1983 video game Mario Bros. Luigi, is also a plumber and just like his brother, he would rather fight strange creatures than doing what plumbers have to do.  Luigi is also the official Player number 2 of the earlier series of Super Mario Bros. games.

 

  1. Princess Peach.  Formerly known as Princess Toadstool and later changed to Princess Peach of the Mushroom Kingdom. Saving her from the hands of Bowser, the King Koopa is the main goal of our protagonist, Mario. And to do just that, Mario has to beat him at every castle in all of the Mushroom Kingdom.

 

  1. Toad.  A Citizen of the Mushroom Kingdom, and one of the Super Mario Brothers characters, is a loyal servant to Princess Peach with the main objective of helping the Mario bros defeat the enemies in the Mushroom Kingdom. Toad is usually a non-player character (NPC) from the earlier version of the franchise but he then later starred as the sole protagonist in the game Wario’s Woods and has been featured in a lot of other Mario games platform.

 

  1. Goombas.  They used to live in the Mushroom Kingdom peacefully, but a large number of them joined King Koopas’ Army then they became one of the common enemies in the entire Super Mario Franchise.  Goombas are also one of the iconic Super Mario Brothers characters. They resemble a small, brown and slow moving mushroom that doesn’t pose a real threat to Mario and Luigi and can simply be crushed even with just a stomp.

 

  1. Koopas.  Featured in almost every Super Mario video games, these turtle-looking creatures are also one of the most common enemies in the games. There are different types of Koopas and the most common of its kind is the Koopa Troopas.

 

  1. Bowser.  Also known as King Koopa, is a giant spiked turtle that breathes fire and is the main antagonist in the Super Mario Brothers characters list.  He invaded the mushroom kingdom and he’s there at the end of every castle stage where you have to fight and beat him in order to save the princesses he kidnaps and to regain the power over the Mushroom Kingdom.

 

Yoshi.  Yoshi is part of the original plan for the first Mario Bros game in 1983, but due to the limitations in technology, he was sidelined. However, he instantly became one of the most popular Super Mario Brothers characters when Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was released and Yoshi, the green dragon first appeared in the Super Mario World in 1990 as a reliable companion of Mario and Luigi.

References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mario_franchise_characters

https://www.mariowiki.com/Super_Mario_Bros

http://www.ranker.com/list/list-of-super-mario-characters-all-mario-characters-unite-/video-game-info

 

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Why Your PC Is So Slow?

One of the most common issues in the world is a slow computer. Maybe your browser takes forever to load a page. Maybe you try to open Microsoft Word and your whole computer comes to a screeching halt. Nothing is more infuriating for a computer user than seeing that wheel go in circles and a NOT RESPONDING message flashing on the screen.

You’ve also already tried these things:

– Using CTRL ALT DEL
– Staring blankly at the screen with a sense of hopelessness
– Talking sweetly to the computer
– …And then screaming at it.
– Turning the computer off and then back on again
– Threatening to throw it out the window

Surprisingly, none of this works.

What could possibly be the problem?Temporary Files Taking Over

Every time you go online, surf around, and then execute commands, a temporary file is created on your hard drive. Most people don’t think about them, so it’s easy to forget that they’re there and suddenly you have a computer full of these files. They drain your memory which then slows down the speed of your computer dramatically.

Obviously the easiest way to speed up your computer from this angle is to delete some or all of these files. Simply go to your C drive and locate your Windows folder. Inside it will be another folder called Temp. You can select all of them by hitting CTRL+A. Then hit the delete button nd watch them all go away.

Start-Up Uses Too Many Applications

“Computers are like humans in that they can multi-task” explains 3D scanning specialists Physical Digital. However, just like us as well, if you ask them to do too much, they’ll quickly become overwhelmed and unable to, well, compute.

When you’ve had a computer for a while you soon discover that some applications start up automatically when you log in. Many of them are unnecessary to start up until you need them, and will thus drain your system resources and make your computer slower.

Open up your task manager (CTRL ALT DEL) and click on the Start-Up tag. Have an older version of windows? Hit the Start button and then Run. When you’re in Run, type “msconfig” which will take you to the aforementioned Start-Up tag.

This will show you all the applications that automatically run. Click to disable any that you don’t want automatically running. Keep in mind that some applications ARE necessary, such as your anti-virus. However, frivolous apps such as entertainment ones are fine to disable until you need them. If you’re not sure what it is, leave it on.

Low Memory

At some point you’re going to have used up a lot of your PC’s memory. And the more memory that gets used up, the slower your computer will be. This is why it’s never a bad idea to invest in some extra memory and storage for your computer.

One thing you can do is add another hard drive. Yet this can get expensive. Instead you may want to consider an external hard drive that connects via a USB port. This will let you store files such as your media, and will relieve your internal memory.

Unnecessary Programs

One last thing to consider is how many unnecessary programs you may have on your computer.

It’s not uncommon to surf the web and download files that we either don’t need at all or only needed that one time. Once they’re on your system, however, they are always there, draining your resources. This may be harmless at first, but as you start accumulating them they quickly add up.

Uninstall these programs by going into the control panel and finding the programs on your system. New versions of Windows make it very simple to uninstall them. Simply click on them and choose the uninstall option. You will probably have to restart your computer to see any positive effects take to your system.

If none of the above works, then you may need to take your computer into a professional. There may be something more sinister going on.

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