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Super Mario Brothers sound effects. Boing! Boing! CRUNCH! Ding! Ding! Ding! Whoop! Boing!
posted by Robot Johnny (23 comments total)

 
Whoop!
posted by rxrfrx at 10:54 AM on February 3, 2006


Oddly satisfying, thanks.
posted by interrobang at 10:58 AM on February 3, 2006


Yay! This is a good picker-upper.

Shiggity shiggity shwa!
posted by wells at 11:02 AM on February 3, 2006


neat! if only you could download the sounds...
posted by shmegegge at 11:05 AM on February 3, 2006


It has new games!

I want to play!
posted by rollbiz at 11:10 AM on February 3, 2006


That was fun, thanks
posted by doctor_negative at 11:11 AM on February 3, 2006


Awesome.

(You can find more Mario Music goodness is this AskMe thread.)
posted by Otis at 11:23 AM on February 3, 2006


I just played through level 1-1 by replicating all the sounds in the proper order and approximate timing. I wonder what I could have used those neurons for instead.
posted by Space Coyote at 11:38 AM on February 3, 2006


Awesome. I've been looking for some sounds to replace the Napoleon Dynamite ones I've been using as my sounds for Gaim.
posted by gauchodaspampas at 11:55 AM on February 3, 2006


that was ace, cheers.
posted by 13twelve at 11:58 AM on February 3, 2006


How did I miss Super Mario? I was a gamer kid in the 80s. Maybe it was an American thing.
posted by snoktruix at 12:10 PM on February 3, 2006


gotta love the star theme
posted by destro at 12:13 PM on February 3, 2006


I have no new gaming systems, but I'm a child of the 80's, and I've lately been playing Super Mario 3 on the NES, and Mario Kart on the N64. I love them both.
posted by exlotuseater at 12:19 PM on February 3, 2006


Yes?
posted by crunchland at 12:20 PM on February 3, 2006


Never before or since have such simple waveforms so influenced a generation. Thanks for posting this!
posted by Durhey at 12:27 PM on February 3, 2006


AWES. SOME. I can't type anything else without swearing at how awesome this is.
posted by indiebass at 12:28 PM on February 3, 2006


That was enjoyable.

Tangent: this soundboard made me think of other soundboards, specifically those with celebrity voices, and you have to wonder if those are ever useful to actually play phone pranks on people. It is especially questionable with most soundboards because the clips generally have background noise and whatnot, or odd inflections suited to the context they are being taken out of.

However, there is a Jack Black sound board out there that has clips from the Tenacious D album, and so they're crisp with no background noise, and a very conversational context. I successfully used it to prank my wife at work.

Of course, it helped that she was working on publicity for a Jack Black movie at the time...
posted by davejay at 1:03 PM on February 3, 2006


nd you have to wonder if those are ever useful to actually play phone pranks on people

"Hello?"
"It's-a me, Mario!"
"Hi, can I help you?"
*crunch* *whoop* *whoop* *ding*
"Sir? Hello?"
*boing*
"Stop calling me!"
posted by rxrfrx at 1:16 PM on February 3, 2006


So, so good. Each sound is burned into my brain, and thats just the way I like it.
posted by Orange Goblin at 2:03 PM on February 3, 2006


Cool. Thanks!
posted by Smedleyman at 3:07 PM on February 3, 2006


Awesome!
posted by ArunK at 8:47 PM on February 3, 2006


[This is good.]

Somewhat off-topic, did anyone else (who played it) find it interesting that Nintendo tried to infuse Mario DS with some elements of the original NES Super Mario Brothers game, like Mario growing to super size and being able to smash bricks? I think that that, and The New Super Mario Brothers game coming out soon for the DS, suggests that maybe Nintendo are trying to take the franchise back to its roots.

Also, I second shmegegge 's call for being able to download the songs. All of a sudden I have an urge to create a WinXP sound scheme using these sounds.
posted by Effigy2000 at 8:54 PM on February 3, 2006


Wow, this brings back some great memories. It's amazing how a sound can trigger so many emotions.
posted by canonis at 8:10 AM on February 4, 2006


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