Yes and Trouble Bug is a funny name. Although in Japanse mushi, a word that are normally used for small animals like insects, worms, snails and sometimes spiders, actually refers to a person in this saying. Ojama is the bother part.FrankenGraphics wrote:incidentally, bug could mean that in english too, Bug = bother, not only as a verb but also a noun. You have it in bogeyman, hobgoblin (letter reversion), and the modern-time invented D&D monster Bugbear. Compare to low-german bögge (equivalent to hobgoblin/goblin).
Haha I never thought that Luigi was in Donkey Kong Jr. I just thought it was some random colleague helping Mario and happened to look alike. So in that case player 2 in Donkey Kong could actually be Luigi and not some parallel universe created for the multiplayer purposes? They both can save Pauline separately but I think they could do that with Peach in several SMB games as well.Yes because Luigi wore red clothes during the time when the "Donkey Kong" games took place:
How do you know who are who?(Luigi is the left one.)
Edit: OK I just checked the intro in mame and the right one ends up standing where Mario stands in when the game starts (unless they swap positions during the screen transition just to confuse everyone).