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Full Screen Mario was created by Josh Goldberg, who at the time was a junior at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Goldberg, who studies computer science and is a longtime Super Mario Bros. fan, wanted to create an “impressive” project when he conceived remaking a classic game in HTML5. One day, he and a friend discussed “how cool it would be if you could play Mario in [your] browser” and determined Super Mario Bros. was simple enough to remake. Goldberg began working on Full Screen Mario in October 2012 and finished a working demo the following month. From the beginning, Goldberg knew he wanted to add a map generator and a level editor;[3] he wanted his remake to feel more modern when compared to playing the game in an emulator.Full Screen Mario uses the canvas element to render the levels. Unlike the original game, Full Screen Mario can be played in widescreen

Because Goldberg did not know how to rip content from a ROM image, he had to recreate all the game’s assets from scratch. He used his personal copy of Super Mario Bros. Deluxe as a reference; he also consulted images of the original game’s level designs from the internet and used them to manually recreate each level. Goldberg said this was tedious and took a considerable amount of time, but was not difficult. His greatest challenge was recreating the game’s physics. According to Goldberg, “I’d never really made the physics before. People would randomly disappear during the game.” He spent months trying to perfect Mario’s jumping physics. Goldberg said that remaking Super Mario Bros. was enjoyable because he could aspire to make it perfect: “Once your version matches the original, you know it’s right”. However, it was difficult for him to perfectly recreate the original game, and he spent a lot of time scrutinizing his work to make it as close as possible. Goldberg found coding using JavaScript challenging, so he switched to TypeScript.