History VideoGame / SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins

13th Feb '18 9:56:33 AM EdwardGil
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Mario has a castle?!
22nd Jan '18 5:48:44 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* GameMod: While the original game never received a [[UpdatedRerelease DX version]], one fan put together an excellent [[https://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php?topic=24251.0 rom hack]] that fully colorizes the game and adds in Luigi as a playable character (with his own unique jump physics).
7th Jan '18 11:01:16 AM rjd1922
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* OddballInTheSeries: The dev team (led by Hiroji Kiyotake) made a deliberate decision to do away with conventional ideas featured in the ''Mario'' series so that their game could stand on its own legs. Examples of their decision-making include the game's plot (which features Mario fighting to retake something that belongs to him rather than to save someone else) and the sound effects (which, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen in an earlier build]], were the same as those featured in ''SuperMarioWorld'', but were changed mid-development to new sounds so as not to give players the impression that they were playing the "downgraded" version of a "real" ''Mario'' game).

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* OddballInTheSeries: The dev team (led by Hiroji Kiyotake) made a deliberate decision to do away with conventional ideas featured in the ''Mario'' series so that their game could stand on its own legs. Examples of their decision-making include the game's plot (which features Mario fighting to retake something that belongs to him rather than to save someone else) and the sound effects (which, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen in an earlier build]], were the same as those featured in ''SuperMarioWorld'', ''Super Mario World'', but were changed mid-development to new sounds so as not to give players the impression that they were playing the "downgraded" version of a "real" ''Mario'' game).game).
* OneTimeDungeon: The tutorial cannot be replayed after being completed, and neither can the boss stages unless you get a GameOver and have to recollect the golden coins.



* ThemeParks: What Mario land is supposed to be, until Wario turned it into an AmusementParkOfDoom.
* ThreateningShark: They appear in Turtle Zone, and Mario can't defeat them without a star or a koopa shell.

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* ThemeParks: What Mario land Land is supposed to be, until Wario turned it into an AmusementParkOfDoom.
* ThreateningShark: They appear in Turtle Zone, and Mario can't defeat them without a star or a koopa shell.Koopa Shell.



* VillainousBreakdown: When you finally defeat Wario [[spoiler: he shrinks down, crying his eyes out, and throws his shoe at you. Resembling a spoiled brat, more than an evil King.]]

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* VillainousBreakdown: When you finally defeat Wario [[spoiler: he shrinks down, crying his eyes out, and throws his shoe at you. Resembling a spoiled brat, more than an evil King.king.]]
5th Dec '17 2:11:35 AM kclantern1984
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* SecretLevel: Just about every themed stage has a bonus level, though finding the alternate exit that leads to it is not always straightforward. Oddly, the exception to this is the mechanical Mario-themed stage.

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* SecretLevel: Just about every themed stage has a bonus level, though finding the alternate exit that leads to it is not always straightforward. Oddly, the exception to this is the mechanical Mario-themed stage. However, Pumpkin Zone makes up for it by having two.
18th Nov '17 4:13:33 PM Spanks
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* BigBad: Wario.

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* BigBad: Wario.The debut of the heroic red plumber's EvilCounterpart, Wario.
16th Oct '17 9:19:23 PM rjd1922
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16th Sep '17 7:05:46 PM WaxingName
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Wario himself proved so popular that the ''Super Mario Land'' series was repurposed into the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' series. The first game, ''VideoGame/WarioLandSuperMarioLand3'', would retain the ''Super Mario Land'' name, but the sequels dropped it.

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Wario himself proved so popular that the ''Super Mario Land'' series was repurposed into the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' series. The first game, ''VideoGame/WarioLandSuperMarioLand3'', would retain the ''Super Mario Land'' name, but the sequels dropped it. ''Super Mario Land 2'' would also be the last original [=2D=] ''Mario'' game for 14 years (with the ''Super Mario Advance'' series of remakes being released in the meantime). The [=2D=] line would eventually be revived with ''[[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros1 New Super Mario Bros.]]'' on the DS.
30th Aug '17 2:55:59 PM dieseldragons
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* ShockwaveStomp: By far, Wario's most ''annoying'' attack is this. He does it very often, stun-locking you, leaving you unable to avoid his follow-up attacks.
30th Aug '17 2:52:21 PM dieseldragons
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* DeathCourse: The castle Wario has taken over has become this. It is packed full of [[BoobyTrap Booby traps]], [[PlatformHell precision-required jumps]] and EverythingTryingToKillYou.


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* VillainousBreakdown: When you finally defeat Wario [[spoiler: he shrinks down, crying his eyes out, and throws his shoe at you. Resembling a spoiled brat, more than an evil King.]]
* WorldHealingWave: After Wario is kicked out, the once ominous castle is restored to its former-glory.
30th Aug '17 6:03:14 AM MyFinalEdits
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* AntiVillain: Just as with Bowser, Miyamoto believes the minimum story for a Mario game is fighting a villain, beating him, and then finding out the villain isn't so bad after all. The development team took this to heart as when you defeat BigBad Wario [[spoiler: he shrinks down, crying his eyes out, resembling a spoiled toddler more than an evil King.]]

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* AntiVillain: Just as with Bowser, Miyamoto believes the minimum story for a Mario game is fighting a villain, beating him, and then finding out the villain isn't so bad after all. The development team took this to heart as when you defeat BigBad Wario [[spoiler: he shrinks down, crying his eyes out, resembling a spoiled toddler more than an evil King.]]



* TheManBehindTheMan: Wario seems to have been this [[HijackedByGanon to Tatanga from the first game]], especially considering that Tatanga reappears as the boss of Space Zone, along with the other hypnotized residents.

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* TheManBehindTheMan: Wario seems to have been this [[HijackedByGanon to Tatanga from the first game]], game, especially considering that Tatanga reappears as the boss of Space Zone, along with the other hypnotized residents.



* OddballInTheSeries: The dev team (led by Hiroji Kiyotake) made a deliberate decision to [[https://www.mariowiki.com/Super_Mario_Land_2:_6_Golden_Coins#Development break with conventional ideas featured in the ''Mario'' series]] so that their game could stand on its own legs. Examples of their decision-making include the game's plot (which features Mario fighting to retake something that belongs to him rather than to save someone else) and the sound effects (which, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen in an earlier build]], were the same as those featured in ''SuperMarioWorld'', but were changed mid-development to new sounds so as not to give players the impression that they were playing the "downgraded" version of a "real" ''Mario'' game).

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* OddballInTheSeries: The dev team (led by Hiroji Kiyotake) made a deliberate decision to [[https://www.mariowiki.com/Super_Mario_Land_2:_6_Golden_Coins#Development break do away with conventional ideas featured in the ''Mario'' series]] series so that their game could stand on its own legs. Examples of their decision-making include the game's plot (which features Mario fighting to retake something that belongs to him rather than to save someone else) and the sound effects (which, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen in an earlier build]], were the same as those featured in ''SuperMarioWorld'', but were changed mid-development to new sounds so as not to give players the impression that they were playing the "downgraded" version of a "real" ''Mario'' game).



* RibcageStomach: The whale in Turtle Zone. (If you discount the fact that until you reach the boss, the entire stage was [[{{Kaiju}} merely set in the leviathan's MOUTH.]])

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* RibcageStomach: The whale in Turtle Zone. (If If you discount the fact that until you reach the boss, the entire stage was [[{{Kaiju}} merely set in the leviathan's MOUTH.]])]]
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