There have been many cool and somewhat bizarre stories to have emerged from ’22 in relation to the world of gaming. One of the few news pieces that has been circulating on various gaming websites involves a Nintendo fan making an unofficial Super Mario Bros 5 video game. Apparently, the unofficial Super Mario Bros 5 project had been in development since ’15 when the first Super Mario Maker game was released for the Wii-U. The fan transferred in game data between the first and second Super Mario Maker titles to complete his seven year project to give the world an unofficial version of Super Mario Bros 5 which many people are talking about right now. The unofficial Super Mario Bros 5 game is 2D and has eight different worlds with 40 different stages with graphics from the first four installments from ’85-’90. The mainstream attention that the unofficial Super Mario Bros 5 game generated from various gaming websites including Nintendo; makes people wonder if the company will ever consider making an official sequel to the critically acclaimed Super Mario World title for the SNES. Super Mario World from ’90 had managed to reach over 26 million copies in sales following its release 32 years ago. The fact that Nintendo never made an official Super Mario Bros 5 by now is insane especially considering how popular the 2D Mario series was back in the 80’s and early 90’s. While Nintendo is more interesting in developing 3D entires as it relates to the Super Mario series it seems unlikely that we will ever get an official Super Mario Bros 5 game anytime in the future. Also, if Nintendo was interested in creating an official Super Mario Bros 5 game they probably would of done so within three decades.