Super Mario All-Stars (1993)
"Sûpâ Mario korekushon" (original title)

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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 <>

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Super Mario All-Stars!
9 September 2004 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

Super Mario Bros. is one of the most famous video games of all time! The characters, the jumping, the power-ups, and the sure thrill of adventure makes this entire series a fun non-stop playing time! Below is a brief look how I think the game is!

Game Play: The game play is very good. There is really basic controls here and is easy to perform. Novice gamers should have a good time here!

Graphics: The graphics are wonderful. The backgrounds are really beautiful!

Difficulty: The game is easy but as it goes on you''s find out that it will become more difficult!

Music: The music is great! Just fantastic catchy tunes through out the game! In My opinion its some of the best music ever in a video game!

Sound: The sound is great. Nuff said!

Overall: I have always loved Super Mario Brothers! If you like excellent adventure games then I strongly recommend you play this game!

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