New Super Mario Bros. Wii Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description: Mario makes the leap into the fourth dimension in New Super Mario Bros. for Wii, which introduces classic, old school, side-scrolling 2D Mario gameplay with four-player multiplayer for the first time ever. New Super Mario Bros. encourages both cooperative and competitive gameplay -- it's up to you and your friends to decide how to play.
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