Progress Bar with Mario Bob-Omb Walks

Bob-ombs are living and moving bomb characters with eyes, feet, and wind-up keys on their back that can be found in the Mario game series as enemies. They appeared first in Super Mario Bros. 2 and were Mario's enemy in almost every game since then. Bob-ombs looks, intelligence, and status differs from Mario game to game, but mostly they are the same. In Super Mario Bros. 2 they were a semi-common enemy of Mario that work for Wart and appear in World 3-3 and later. Bob Omb's chases the player for a short period of time before exploding, trying to deal damage to Mario and everyone nearby. But Mario and the heroes can try to pick them up and use them as their bombs. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Bob-Omb Walks.

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