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Super Mario All-Stars (1993)

Sûpâ Mario korekushon (original title)
A compilation of Super Mario Bros. and its two sequels, along with the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 2 (The Lost Levels).

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Four of the greatest Super Mario Bros. games of all time come together in this one cartridge for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Super Mario 1, Lost Levels, Super Mario 2, and Super Mario 3. Lost Levels was originally Super Mario 2 and released in Japan only because Japanese game players like challenging games. So it is now available in America for the first time ever. All the graphics and characters have been redone, some given new moves and new looks and different colors like the white squid that attacks you under the water in Mario 1 is now pink, and in Mario 1 when reaching the end of the castle, instead of one Mushroom man waiting for you, the same number of the level is the same number of Mushroom people waiting for you. There's more surprises awaiting you in the other games as well. Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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The All-Star Magic of Mario Continues! See more »


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1 August 1993 (USA)  »

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The glitch/secret level in Super Mario Bros known as Zero World (0-0) (an endless swimming level found at the end of level 1-2) was not converted over to this SNES upgrade. Despite many rumours and claims it was. See more »

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Features Super Mario Bros. 2 (1988) See more »

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Re-release of Super Mario Bros. 1, 2, 3 and the Lost Levels
25 January 2000 | by (Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

The game known as Super Mario Bros. 2 in Japan never reached the States. American audiences were given a different game called Super Mario Bros. 2 and I don't know if it was released outside of the U.S. Now, here, 4 classic NES games are re-released on one cartridge with updated graphics for the Super NES. First is Super Mario Bros. as it was known; Super Mario 2 as we knew it in the U.S.; the Lost Levels, or, the game known as Super Mario 2 in Japan; and Super Mario Bros. 3. As far as I know they are exactly the same as their previous versions, only the graphics have been changed.

For my 2 cents, even though the graphics are "better" they take away some of the classic feel of the originals. However, as my only chance to play the Lost Levels, I appreciated this release. It also allows you to save your game in progress, a feature lacking on the NES versions.


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