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Super Mario Bros.
(1985 video game)
Plumber brothers Mario and Luigi are transported to the Mushroom Kingdom, where they must stop the evil Koopa King, Bowser, and his reign of terror.
Super Mario World
(1990 video game)
While Mario and Luigi are vacationing in Dinosaur Land, Bowser kidnaps the Princess. During the rescue, they find a new dino friend, Yoshi.
Super Mario 64
(1996 video game)
Princess Peach has given Mario an invitation to her castle for some cake. Just then, Bowser stole all 120 power stars and trapped Peach inside the paintings. Mario must now get all 120 stars and defeat Bowser to rescue Peach!
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
(1996 video game)
Just as Mario trounces Bowser for the millionth time, a giant, malevolent sword crashes into Bowser's keep, casting Mario, Princess Toadstool and Bowser far and wide, and breaking seven pieces from the wish-granting Star Road.
Sûpâ Mario korekushon
(1993 video game)
A compilation of Super Mario Bros. and its two sequels, along with the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2 (The Lost Levels).
Sûpâ Mario: Yosshî Airando
(1995 video game)
Many years ago, the stork delivering the Mario Brothers is kidnapped, along with baby Luigi. The kidnapping wizard looks to take baby Mario, but not if the Yoshis have anything to do with it.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time
(1991 video game)
The turtles are back- In time! The evil Shredder is back and this time he's picking up a woman: The statue of liberty...
Sûpâ Mario Rando
(1989 video game)
When the Mushroom Kingdom is safe, Mario goes to the Kingdoms of Sarasaland to save Princess Daisy from the alien threat of Tatanga.
Sûpâ Mario rando 2: 6tsu no kinka
(1992 video game)
Mario's castle home has been stolen by the diabolical Wario, so Mario must find the six golden coins to open the lock and reclaim his house.
(1983 video game)
Two plumber brothers, Mario and Luigi, come across unearthly creatures while searching sewer pipes, so they must do their job and clear the pipes.
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|12||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989 video game)||7.3/10||281|
|13||Golden Axe (1989 video game)||"||284|
|14||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Back from the Sewers (1991 video game)||7.2/10||68|
|15||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Radical Rescue (1993 video game)||"||24|
|16||Daimakaimura (1988 video game)||6.8/10||120|
|17||Jûôki (1988 video game)||6.7/10||103|
|18||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2007 video game)||6.5/10||133|
|19||Gekikame Ninja Den (1989 video game)||6.4/10||14|
|20||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan (1990 video game)||6.1/10||21|
|21||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare (2005 video game)||5.9/10||33|
|22||Space Ranger (1987 video game)|
|23||Swimmer (1982 video game)|
|24||The Bounty (1982 video game)|
|25||Cal.50: Caliber.Fifty (1990 video game)|
|26||Thunder & Lightning (1990 video game)|
|27||Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (2004 video game)|
|28||Super Mario Bros. Special (1986 video game)|
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