Being one of the first games ever released for Nintendo's hit handheld, the Game Boy, not too many folks have said much about this simple game of block-breaking fun. Featuring characters from the Super Mario series, people should be jumping on in for it. Nope. If Mario was featured a little bit more on the box cover and on the game, I'd say people would've picked it up whether it's a bad game or not.
Hard to say that this is a bad game because the premise is very simple: break all the blocks you see and you advance to the next level. This game isn't very generous with second, third, fourth, or even the nine-thousandth chance in terms of power-ups (there isn't any) and/or anything that gives the paddle some spunk that'll help the player wipe out the blocks in an instant. It's very monotonous and slow, and worse, I find it hard to beat! This is normally I level I always lose at—Stage 9. I mean, damn.