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Super Mario All Stars

Platform : Super Nintendo
Rated: Everyone
4.7 out of 5 stars 258 customer reviews

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Super Nintendo Version. From the Manufacturer Super Mario All Stars is a collection of Mario's four greatest adventures in one awesome game pack. With improved graphics and sound for the Super NES, SMB1, SMB2, SMB3, and the Lost Levels, demonstrate the 16 bit excellence we've become accustomed to. Released as SMB2 in Japan, the Lost Levels' design and play control will remind you of SMB1 but the challenge is far beyond any previous SMB game. The game features multiple scrolling backgrounds, 52 levels of play and lots of enemies for Mario to crush

From the Manufacturer

Super Mario All Stars is a collection of Mario's four greatest adventures in one awesome game pack. With improved graphics and sound for the Super NES, SMB1, SMB2, SMB3, and the Lost Levels, demonstrate the 16 bit excellence we've become accustomed to.

Released as SMB2 in Japan, the Lost Levels' design and play control will remind you of SMB1 but the challenge is far beyond any previous SMB game. The game features multiple scrolling backgrounds, 52 levels of play and lots of enemies for Mario to crush.


Product Details

  • ASIN: B000050FBJ
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (258 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,610 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Every since the original Nintendo came out, Super Mario Brothers has been a favorite game for many people. The sequels were just a popular, just as much time wasters, and just as much fun.
When Nintendo released their new, better system (which is what, two or three generations old now), they knew they'd have to release these modern classics to convince people to upgrade. But they were smart about it. Instead of releasing them for the Super Nintendo as separate games, making people balk, they took advantage of the better format and released them all on one cartridge, with better graphics to boot. To sweeten the deal, they included "The Lost Levels," a new, harder version of the original Super Mario Bros. not previously available in the states. And they included the ability to save your game or continue on that level when you die, something I greatly missed in the originals.
Ok, I confess, I've never actually beaten any of these games in spite of the combined years I've had them for the original and Super Nintendo's. But I have had loads of fun over the years playing these games. And with four great games on one cartridge, how can you possibly go wrong?
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This game is the best game in my Nes series next to Donkey Kong(1994).You can play Super Mario Bros.(#1),Super Mario Bros.2,Super Mario Bros.3,and The Lost Levels(#4).This game is better than the Nintendo editions since they have better graphics and you can save games!
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A Kid's Review on April 29, 2002
If you don't already own this game then you should hurry up andfind it somewhere because it's too good a game to miss.I should know.Let me tell you a bit about this game.
The game consists of four levels on a blue background which you shouldn't really pay attention to.You should pay attention to the names of them so you can go to school and brag about how far you've gotten in the cool Mario game when you havn't done anything at all.Anyway the names are:Mario Bros.1,Mario Bros.2,Mario Bros. 3 and the lost levels.It's really highly advanced isn't it?Now onto Mario Bros.1!
No.1 lets you control Mario.You ran along a nice laid path hopping on enemies and leaping over gaps.You can get your Mushrooms to make Mario bigger and flowers to let him shoot fire.With one baby tiny detail.If you get a game over you restart at level 1-1.And if you were at level oh say 3-1 or 4-1 then start howling.But being such good players you shouldn't really get a game over.Is it like the old game?I don't know.
Mario 2 is somewhat differant than 1.See you can controle Mario.Then theres Luigi Marios green dressed brother.Princess the blonde girl in a pink dress.And toad a little guy in a BIG hat.Chose one of these brave characters and make them collect cherries.Throw turtle shells,Vegies and enemies at your enemys.Also there are door creating potions and 'shrooms' that make you bigger.Oh and a POW that knocks every enemy of the screen.It's all high-tech stuff.

Mario 3 is very high-tech.Control Mario through a place where you can move from one level to another.Or one castle to another.Or one Mushroom house with a hidden object inside to another.Plus theres some COOL new stuff to collect.
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I used to love this game when I was a little kid! It's cool because it is actually 4 games on one cartridge! Super Mario Bros., Mario Bros. 2, Mario Bros. 3, and Lost Levels. The best mario is still Super Marioworld though(sold on a separate cartridge.) There isn't much else to say, except these were the good mario games before they came out with the less-than-exceptional N64 ones.
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Super Mario All-Stars can be summed up simply as this: A great revamping effort done by Nintendo that combines the first three Super Mario games as well as a new game, titled The Lost Levels, that had previously only been released in Japan. Super Mario All-Stars is a great addition to an SNES collection, considering you were a fan of the Super Mario series the first time around. The save feature comes in handy at times, giving you four slots per game in which to save your progress. A great play for a real Super Mario fan.
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SUPER MARIO ALLSTARS, an anthology of the first four NES Mario games for the SNES, was one of the most popular titles Nintendo released during the early 1990s. Since these titles were such staples of the NES, it was only logical to port them to SNES with a graphical overhaul, options to save, and (for America anyway) the release of a long lost game called LOST LEVELS. Also, depending on what version of this you get, in later releases they also packaged SUPER MARIO WORLD as well, making this a one stop shop for those looking for a Mario fix. These are the games.

SUPER MARIO BROTHERS: The single most popular game ever released, and also the most widely circulated. Largerly responsible for saving the video game industry after the historic crash of 1984, it is now easy to forget (especially for younger gamers) how revolutionary this title was when it first came out. 8 expansive worlds, bright colourful graphics, and much more complex than the usual one-screen games that dominated in the late 1970s and early 1980s. A real technological breakthrough and a historic landmark in gaming, even all these years later it holds up with pixel-perfect graphics and rock-solid game play. Don't miss this one.

THE LOST LEVELS: The original followup to SMB; released only in Japan. Deemed to hard for the American markets, another game was given Mario sprites and released in America as SMB2. This title, however, is notoriously difficult. I always think of it as the second quest, like in the original Zelda. If you go through all 8 levels without warping, you get to a secret world, 9, before going on to worlds A-D. When ALLSTARS first came out, Nintendo Power had a promotion that if you got to world 9 they would send you a Mario badge. Ah, the memories!
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