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Mario Bros. (Game & Watch)
In Mario Bros., Mario and Luigi are working at a bottling plant. After Luigi places six cases of bottles onto the truck, the driver will start the engine and stick his head out to yell for the last two cases. When the truck is filled with eight cases, he drives off.
Mario's Cement Factory
Table Top version
In Mario's Cement Factory, Mario's task is to open the hopper lids in the cement to let the cement land inside the trucks, but if Mario is not careful, the cement containers can overload and dump cement on a driver. The driver then falls out of the truck window, injured, causing Mario to get a miss. The drivers appear by sticking out their heads to the external sides of the screen. They are exposed to the risk of being injured by the cement, and if they are injured by the cement, the player gets a miss. A driver from this version serves as an alarm function by ringing a bell with a drumstick.
New Wide Screen version
In this rerelease of Mario's Cement Factory, the drivers have exactly the same behavior from its first appearance. The only difference is that in this version, they take out their heads to the internal sides of the screen.
Game Boy Gallery
The drivers reappear in Cement Factory, which is included in this compilation game. They have similar traits from the Table Top version of Mario's Cement Factory.
Game & Watch Gallery 3
Game & Watch Gallery 4
In Game & Watch Gallery 4, the Classic version port of Mario Bros. is less constrained by the screen of the Game Boy Advance. This allows the driver's sprite more room, but it is still closer to the edge of the screen than the original version.
The drivers reappear in the Classic version of Mario's Cement Factory's port. Here, they have exactly the same behavior from the New Wide Screen version.
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