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Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2

Platform : Game Boy Advance
Rated: Everyone
4.6 out of 5 stars 378 customer reviews
Metascore: 92 / 100

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  • Collect coins and power-ups through 96 levels from the SNES classic!
  • Play as Mario or Luigi.
  • Includes a built in battery save (three slots).
  • Use a link cable for up to four players (single and mulitcartrige support).
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On vacation in Dinosaur Land, Mario and Luigi get word of Bowser-brewed trouble afoot. With help from Yoshi, the helpful little dinosaur who joins them for the first time, they set out to save Princess Peach from the Koopa King. They'll have their work cut out for them as they travel through nine huge worlds to hunt down Bowser and his evil Koopalings: Wendy O., Iggy, Larry, Ludwig Von, Lemmy, Morton Jr., and Roy. Along the way, Mario and Luigi will ride Yoshi, search for P-Switches, find secret paths, blast fireballs and soar into the skies with the help of the Cape. Their quest won't be easy: Dino Rhino, Chargin' Chuck and a host of unforgettable enemies await in one of the Mario Bros. biggest and most challenging adventures ever. Note: All 96 levels from the original Super NES game are included, from the eerie Forest of Illusion to super-tough Star Road and powered-up Special World! Also includes the classic Mario Bros. arcade game! You can team up and work together or jump into a battle with up to four players! It's also compatible with Super Mario Advance for single or multi-pak four-player action.


Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 boasts all 96 levels from the original Super NES game, from cheery Yoshi's Island through the sprawling Vanilla Dome to the grueling Star Road. While some levels emphasize pure action, others require you to puzzle your way out of the mazes and illusions. If you find the hidden key in Star World, you'll gain access to the extremely challenging Special World, which has its own hidden secrets.

Mario and Luigi can jump up and down pipes, climb vines, swim, and toss Koopa shells. Yoshi the dinosaur can spit eggs, munch, and climb with his ever-helpful tongue. Cool touches include spinning platforms, forced-scrolling levels, and great attacks such as the spin jump. Mario and Yoshi fly with the aid of a unique feather, shoot fireballs when equipped with a special flower, and can even raise cute baby Yoshis. Each boss poses a unique challenge. Cross-eyed Lemmy Koopa likes to play hide-and-seek in pipes, while Iggy Koopa prefers to battle on a giant Koopa shell floating on a lava lake.

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  • ASIN: B00005UK88
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5.8 x 0.8 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 11, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (378 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,992 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Nintendo decided to skip Super Mario 3, and go for 96 level Super Mario World, in the second installment of Mario on Gameboy Advance. The game starts with a new intro of Mario, Luigi and Peach out in a hot air balloon, where Mario and Luigi go off flying with their caps, when they return, the Princess has disappeared! For those of you who have played Super Mario World for the Super Nintendo, nothing big has changed, but there are 100s of details which have improved, which most people would never notice, such as the ability to save anywhere (because this is portable), more sound effects like the voices of Mario and Luigi and also hold 999 lives! An amazing new feature is the colored Yoshi's! Once you find a colored Yoshi in the hidden Special World, you can find them everywhere at random. The graphics however are not as bold and bright as Super Mario World, instead they are light and dull. The sound really is not up to par with the original game either. There are new controls as well, such as the jump and run are still the A and B buttons, but now the spin jump is the R button. There are also new intros and finishes to the game. Like Super Mario Advance, there are several new challenges, such as there are now 350 dragon coins in the game, get them all, and see a little scene where Princess Peach turns them into Princess coins. For every 1 million points you earn a star is added to the start screen. Silly little challenges that will keep people working for years to come.
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When I bought my SNES back in 1991, it was only because I needed to establish credit and I couldn't think of anything else to buy. I'd seen a commercial for a game called F-Zero and was shocked to see how far games had come in the seven or so years since I'd lost all interest in them. That was why I bought the system. I had no intention of really getting back into gaming. But as fate would have it, that SNES system came bundled with a copy of Super Mario World. I remembered Mario from Donkey Kong and the original Mario Brothers arcade game, and I was aware of the Super Mario NES games, though I'd never played them. I think I had the SNES for a few weeks before I was finally bored enough to play SMW. Well, that was the end for me. I became a born-again gamer on the spot and I played SMW religiously for over two years. I'm still gaming more than ever, over 11 years later.
This game isn't going to impress anyone on a technical level today, but I think that as far as gameplay is concerned, this can still compete in today's market. It's a timeless classic, the sort of game that will truly never go out of style. I never would have guessed I'd be able to hold this massive masterpiece in the palm of my hand. I'm reserving my copy of the GameBoy Ultima version of Mario 64 right now...
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By A Customer on March 19, 2002
For those of you who have played the SNES version: expect very few differences. For those of you who have not: a must have for your GBA.
It comes packed with the 96 levels of old, yet in it's full vibrant colors, intriguing game play, and simple graphics. This game is addictive; a fun title for any gamer.
This time around you can sport teamwork with your brother, Luigi. His controls, to enhance game play, are quite different. He's a tad slower and jumps higher (he still has that funny kick from SMB2) than his older brother. Even his fireballs bounce higher than Mario's.
A neat addition to the over world map, is the level status. Any levels you tread in, are automatically added to your list, which allows you to see whether or not you have picked up all 5 dragon coins in each level, and if it requires you to beat it in multiple ways (red dots specify multiple path levels).
This game is still easy. I give replay value 6 out of 10. Find all the dragon coins, and you get to play the game all over again for princess coins. A challenge well worth taking.
This game boasts a superior sound engine as well. If you love the music from the old, strap on some Casio's and turn'em up. You're in for some listening enjoyment.
This game is a definite must have. A definite old-timer's delight.
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Has it really been 14 years? The same game that I remembered getting the Christmas it came out, it bundled with the Super Nintendo, it being the game I was unable to put down? The same game I played at 6 or 7, coming back to me now at 20?
Yes. And still every bit as enjoyable - though easier to clear this time around.
The shining masterpiece of Mario gameplay, the pinnacle of platform gaming: Super Mario World. Why didn't I buy you sooner? I missed your fun gameplay, your expansive levels, your multicolored Yoshi pals, your secrets, your everything.
Oh, hi. Buy this game.
Why? It is everything a platform game should be, and now it can fit in the palm of your hand (or you can stick it in your Gameboy Player and remember the olden golden days). 96 goals to clear, hundreds of Dragon Coins to collect, a huge worldmap.. SMW should be in every game enthusiast's library. The colorful graphics are top-notch, the controls are so tight they're second nature, the music is fun and takes a while to get on your nerves (especially in the @&@#(!## Special World level where you have to float Balloon Mario across the map and no I swear it didn't take me over 30 tries).
Updates. Luigi is no longer purple! There's a new intro explaining how Peach gets captured this time. The majority of levels have Dragon Coins, including castles and ghost houses, and the game keeps track of them. Once you collect them all, you'll get a neato surprise. You can now modify the color of Yoshi you get. Once you clear all 96 goals, you can warp to whatever level you wish using the new staus screen that shows you how many Dragon Coins you've collected on each level, all the goals you've gone through, and if you beat the level using Mario or Luigi. Yeah, you can choose to play as Luigi now.
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