Super Mario Bros. -- that classic of classics -- recently turned 25 years old. On Sept. 13, 1985, Nintendo released the seminal video game for the Famicom (the Japanese equivalent to the NES), and it made its way over to the United States early the next year. With the possible exception of Pac-Man, no video game franchise symbolizes the art form more completely.
Since Super Mario Bros. has touched the lives of so many people (it was the top-selling video game of all time until Wii Sports eclipsed it recently), many works of art, culture, and merchandise have been inspired by it. In the spirit of this anniversary, let's take a look at some of the oddest ones.