The original Super Mario Bros. has been out for over thirty years, and speedrunners are still finding new ways to shave fractions of a second off their fastest completion times. Earlier this week, the speedrunner known as Kosmic first tied and then broke the world record that had previously been set by Darbian, clocking in at 4:57.194. In almost no time at all, Darbian has come back to reclaim his record, beating the game in the near-impossible time of just 4:56.878. You can check out this amazing, record-breaking run by clicking above!

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Ben Lamoreux


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