History VideoGame / SuperMarioWorld

15th Mar '17 8:09:59 AM MyFinalEdits
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* NonIndicativeName: Despite its name, dinosaurs are a rather uncommon sight in Dinosaur Land aside from the Yoshis. You may have Rexes as recurring mooks and Reznor as a sporadically appearing miniboss, but the rest of your foes are just Bowsers legion of mooks.

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* NonIndicativeName: Despite its name, dinosaurs are a rather uncommon sight in Dinosaur Land aside from the Yoshis. You may have Rexes as recurring mooks and Reznor as a sporadically appearing miniboss, but the rest of your foes are just Bowsers Bowser's legion of mooks.
15th Mar '17 5:33:20 AM Prinzenick
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* NonIndicativeName: Despite its name, dinosaurs are a rather uncommon sight in Dinosaur Land aside from the Yoshis. You may have Rexes as recurring mooks and Reznor as a sporadically appearing miniboss, but the rest of your foes are just Bowsers legion of mooks.
11th Mar '17 10:49:51 AM Prinzenick
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* {{Railroading}}: The later Star Road levels try to do this by having platforms that are transparent unless you activate all the switches. However, It is certainly possible to [[SequenceBreaking bypass them]] with the Blue Yoshi in Star Road 4 and the Cape in Star Road 5.
2nd Feb '17 5:39:43 AM Morgenthaler
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High-ho, Yoshi, away!]]]]
31st Dec '16 4:53:56 PM MyFinalEdits
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* SkippableBoss: [[spoiler:Unlocking the Back Door to Bowser's Castle lets you skip the seventh castle, and thus Larry himself.]]
** Similarly, [[spoiler:you can skip nearly every boss (castles 2-7) and go straight to Bowser with enough practice by accessing the Star Road, available in the second world.]]

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* SkippableBoss: [[spoiler:Unlocking the Unlocking [[spoiler:the Back Door to Bowser's Castle Castle]] lets you skip the seventh castle, and thus Larry himself.]]
** Similarly, [[spoiler:you
himself. The other Koopalings except Iggy can skip nearly every boss (castles 2-7) and go straight to Bowser with enough practice be skipped by accessing clearing the Star Road, available in Road's levels and then entering the second world.]]fifth portal (as it leads to Bowser's Castle directly).
31st Dec '16 11:38:36 AM TimeTravelerEon
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** Similarly, [[spoiler:you can skip nearly every boss (castles 2-7) and go straight to Bowser with enough practice by accessing the Star Road, available in the second world.]]
27th Dec '16 5:02:59 AM pgj1997
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* ConsoleCameo: {{Downplayed|Trope}}. The Super Famicom logo can be seen in the Special World.
10th Dec '16 11:12:32 AM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* LostWoods: The Forest of Illusion. The layout of the paths in the map is so convoluted that the only way to advance in the game is via secret exits.

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* LostWoods: TheLostWoods: The Forest of Illusion.Illusion; in fact, it and the TropeNamer are named the same in Japan. The layout of the paths in the map is so convoluted that the only way to advance in the game is via secret exits.



* MovingBuildings: After clearing the Cookie Mountain castle, Mario's pulls the plunger to destroy it, but instead the whole thing lifts off into the sky like a rocket, only for it to crash into the hill in the background afterwards.

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* MovingBuildings: After clearing the Cookie Mountain Twin Bridges castle, Mario's pulls Mario hits the plunger to destroy it, but instead of crumbling, the whole thing lifts off into the sky like a rocket, only for it to crash into the hill in the background afterwards.
4th Dec '16 10:33:40 AM MHarrington
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This game is most notable for having introduced the world to [[PowerupMount Yoshi]], Mario's now-famous [[NonHumanSidekick dinosaur friend]] and his ability to eat the baddies. The game was followed-up in 1995 with ''[[VideoGame/YoshisIsland Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island]]'', a prequel starring Yoshi as the player character and featuring Mario as an infant.

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This game is most notable for having introduced the world to [[PowerupMount Yoshi]], Mario's now-famous [[NonHumanSidekick dinosaur friend]] and his ability to eat the baddies. The game was followed-up in 1995 with ''[[VideoGame/YoshisIsland Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island]]'', ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld2YoshisIsland'', a prequel starring Yoshi as the player character and featuring Mario and Luigi as an infant.
infants.
22nd Nov '16 9:19:07 AM crazysamaritan
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* HitodamaLight: The ghost enemy Fishin' Boo dangles a blue flame from a fishing rod.
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