History VideoGame / SuperMarioAllStars

16th Apr '18 10:16:06 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** To prevent one player from just hogging the game forever, ''Super Mario Bros.'' in a 2-player game now rotates players upon completing a stage, not just after either player's death.
3rd Apr '18 7:05:35 PM rjd1922
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''Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World'' (1994) has those four games and ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld''. As ''World'' is already a SNES game, this version only adds a few tweaks, particularly new sprites for Luigi.

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''Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World'' (1994) has those four games and ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld''. As ''World'' is already a SNES game, this version only adds a few tweaks, particularly new sprites for Luigi.
Luigi. It was not released in Japan, and was only available in North America bundled with the console as the Super NES Mario set.
6th Mar '18 4:28:36 PM rjd1922
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* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The Japanese ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' is given the subtitle ''For Super Players'' for this version, which is the slogan in its Disk System box art. Since there was already a ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' in the West, the international versions changed the game's title to ''Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels.'' In both cases, this means that ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' is the ''fourth'' game in the collection

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* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The Japanese ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' is given the subtitle ''For Super Players'' for this version, which is the slogan in its Disk System box art. Since there was already a ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' in the West, the international versions changed the game's title to ''Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels.'' In both cases, this means that ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' is the ''fourth'' game in the collectioncollection.
* OffModel: Mario and Luigi's ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' sprites conspicuously lack their WhiteGloves despite their sprites in the other games and ''Super Mario World'' having them. ''Super Mario Advance 4'' for the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance adds them.
31st Dec '17 11:35:25 AM rjd1922
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For those players who missed the NES era, ''Super Mario All-Stars'' became their introduction to the four classic games. The 8-bit graphics and sound were [[UpdatedRerelease updated]] to 16-bit quality. It is not for purist players, but the gameplay remains almost exactly as in the original games.

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For those players who missed the NES era, ''Super Mario All-Stars'' became their introduction to the four classic games. [[VideoGameRemake The 8-bit graphics and sound were [[UpdatedRerelease updated]] updated to 16-bit quality.quality]]. It is not for purist players, but the gameplay remains almost exactly as in the original games.
24th Jul '17 7:54:24 AM SuperLeviathan
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* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The Japanese ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' is given the subtitle ''For Super Players'' for this version, which is the slogan in its Disk System box art. Since there was already a ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' in the West, the international versions changed the game's title to ''Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels.''

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* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: The Japanese ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' is given the subtitle ''For Super Players'' for this version, which is the slogan in its Disk System box art. Since there was already a ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' in the West, the international versions changed the game's title to ''Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels.'''' In both cases, this means that ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' is the ''fourth'' game in the collection
6th Jun '17 10:24:04 PM Anomalocaris20
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For those players who missed it, ''Super Mario All-Stars'' became their introduction to the four classic games. The 8-bit graphics and sound were [[UpdatedRerelease updated]] to 16-bit quality. It is not for purist players, but the gameplay remains almost exactly as in the original games.

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For those players who missed it, the NES era, ''Super Mario All-Stars'' became their introduction to the four classic games. The 8-bit graphics and sound were [[UpdatedRerelease updated]] to 16-bit quality. It is not for purist players, but the gameplay remains almost exactly as in the original games.
30th Mar '17 12:42:36 PM Gosicrystal
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* LostForever: In ''The Lost Levels,'' [[spoiler:your save file is permanently locked out of World 9 if you used a WarpZone prior to when you would start World 9, ''even if you warped backwards''. Not only that, but if you ever use a warp zone after getting World 9, you retroactively lose it for that save file. If you're unfortunate enough to save, that is.]]


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: In ''The Lost Levels'', [[spoiler:your save file is permanently locked out of World 9 if you used a WarpZone prior to when you would start World 9, ''even if you warped backwards''. Not only that, but if you ever use a warp zone after getting World 9, you retroactively lose it for that save file. If you're unfortunate enough to save, that is.]]
17th Feb '17 3:53:02 PM superslinger2007
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6th Feb '17 3:43:58 PM LEDbullet
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* ContinuityNod: Mario wears red overalls in Super Mario Bros. 1. It is quite easy to forget that their shirt and overalls colors switched early on, although most people can confuse the two anyways. Curiously however, Luigi now wears a green variant of this rarely seen in official media - his old-schooled white-green clothes are now his fire power colors.



* HeartsAreHealth: ''All-Stars'' switched the health meter in ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' from red hexagons to hearts. ''Super Mario Advance'' kept the hearts.

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* HeartsAreHealth: ''All-Stars'' switched the health meter in ''Super Mario Bros. 2'' from red hexagons to hearts. ''Super Mario Advance'' kept the e hearts.
18th Dec '16 8:44:44 AM TheTropper
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