We all knew it would happen, no matter how much we didn't want it to. The other day, we shared footage of a fan-made Commodore 64 port of Super Mario Bros.. The port was 7 years in the work, and the end result was absolutely staggering. Fans flocked to the game to check it out...as did Nintendo.
Nintendo deemed the port a threat, and decided to hit the developer and other hosting sites with takedown notices. The game's download has now been scrubbed from most sites, but footage still remains. You really have to wonder why Nintendo thought a port of Super Mario Bros. to a largely-defunct platform was something that had to be stomped out.