Now, if you’re a 20-something like me, you’ve probably played the NES. Home of some of the games that may have marked our childhood, which also may have had the most difficult final levels, in which if you listen to the soundtracks closely, you can hear those at Nintendo laughing at you. Okay, not really, but you probably have played Super Mario Bros. 3 and surely, you’ve most likely not beaten it in a second. Well, last week at Summer Games Done Quick, a TASbot (Tool Assisted Speedrun Robot) did just that; it exploited a hardware bug to do it, however. You can watch the video (which features other games), in the link below.