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Super Mario World

Platform : Nintendo Super NES
Rated: Everyone
359 customer reviews

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  • Exploration adventure game with good old Mario
  • Hunt dinosaur eggs with Yoshi
  • Featuring 74 areas in seven different castles
  • Lots of special power-up items
  • For 1 or 2 players
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Super Mario World (Super Nintendo) Mario and his dinosaur companion, Yoshi, are looking for the dinosaur eggs Bowser has stolen and placed in seven castles. Many secret exits aid Mario in finding his way to Bowser's castle, completing 74 areas and finding all 96 exits. With multiple layers of 3-D scrolling landscapes, find items including, a feather that gives Mario a cape allowing him to fly. and a flower so he can shoot fireballs. For any Mario fan this game is a must.

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Mario and his dinosaur companion, Yoshi, are looking for the dinosaur eggs Bowser has stolen and placed in seven castles. Many secret exits aid Mario in finding his way to Bowser's castle, completing 74 areas and finding all 96 exits. With multiple layers of 3-D scrolling landscapes, find items including, a feather that gives Mario a cape allowing him to fly. and a flower so he can shoot fireballs. For any Mario fan this game is a must.


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  • ASIN: B00002STXQ
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: 1990
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (359 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #531 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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42 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Jigen on June 27, 2003
Format: Video Game
I still play this game to this day. I played it as a kid, never beat it, but I played it so much with my friends and alone, and I pull it out to play every once in a while still. Mario has always been one of my favorite game series of all time. Opening up with arguably the most influencial game of all time: The Original Mario Brothers, then an average game by Mario standards of 2, Lost Levels only released in Japan, which is a great one by the way, and one of the most popular games of all time: Super Mario Brothers 3. World had a huge reputation to live up to, and it did, even exceeding expectations for a lot of people, including me.
Gameplay: 9.5/10
The levels in this game are brilliantly done by Nintendo. Fun platforming, cool enemies, and just above all else, amazing level design. Those of you that have played a Mario game know what I'm talking about. It's the heart and soul of every Mario game; the reason every Mario game is praised so highly. Every level is done very nicely. As usual with Nintendo, brilliant stuff here.
Back when the Super Nintendo was king, Videogames were marketed more towards people ages 15 and under, so with this, the challenge of the game isn't hard. For the most part, you can just fly through these levels but there's the occasional tricky one. One thing Nintendo should do is add a difficulty setting to their games. It pains me to play such great games, but be challenged so little with them all.
At the time of this games release, games were anywhere from 5-10 hours in length, with the RPGs going 25+ hours. You can get through this one in easily under 10 hours, and possible in 5 hours on your first time. With each time you play throug it, it becomes quicker.
I would complain about the length, but for the time it came out, it was your average length.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 30, 2001
Format: Video Game
When I saw that they still sell this game, I was surprised, because I thought they didn't sell it anymore because it's so old. Anyway, I love this game! I've been playing it since I was really young (...) It is so amusing, and fun. I got into the other Mario world. There are actually two worlds, but the other one is basically the same. Just a few things look different. Like, the koopas are in a mask that looks like Mario.
(...) I beat the game, like 20 times, but I still play it. (...) Super Mario World is so fun, you'd probably get addicted to it if you bought it. And you should buy it, because, trust me, it's worth it. (...) It's so colorful, and neat. Some things in it are humorous, like the koopas disguising themselves as Mario. Also, how cute Yoshi is. You don't even have to be a certain age to play. It's easy to learn how to operate the controls. You should try it, if you ever got the chance. Because this is truly a great game!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 6, 2006
Format: Video Game
I'm actually 17, I just didn't want to get an account and all.

I'm a child of the 90's and my first game console was in fact a Super Nintendo. Super Mario World came with it and I loved that game. I still do. I think that game was the greatest game ever!!!!!!! I played that game over and over. I don't have it now nor a Super Nintendo, but I'm planning on getting one in the future. It has around 90 levels, with MANY secret levels and secret worlds. The great thing is you can have 2 players! The graphics are great (for a Super Nintendo). And most of all it's VERY VERY VERY FUN!!! Their's many different kinds of levels to go through. The music is catchy and goes good with it all. And best of all you can save your progress in the game. I even beat the game (sort of) and beat Bowser at the end. My cousin actually helped me beat it. Plus he showed me how to get to the star road. Anyways, I think it's perfect for all people to play. If you have a Super Nintendo, I HIGHLY suggest you get this game. It's 100% worth it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Alvarado on October 13, 2006
Format: Video Game
Still to this very day, I love Mario! Super Mario must be the longest running video game series known and I can make it through some of them. But Super Mario World beats them all!!!

I can pass all the ghost houses and castles all right and find most of the shortcuts to the secret areas. But most of all, I can beat Bowser!!! Some of my other cousins who own the Super Nintendo can beat the game too, and they love playing it just as much as me. I'll be describing some of the game and give you my scoring for it.

Not only do you get to see Mario and Luigi in this game, you get to meet a cool character named Yoshi the dinosaur. He's very helpful because he can eat up lots of the enemies which can convert into coins, hold a shell to throw at any enemy near you, and he also comes in four different colors. My very favorite color Yoshi is the blue one because it can help Mario fly continuously across almost any area. That's the Yoshi I used to cheat through some of the game. This mostly helps when you have the cape.

There are 7 different levels:

1. Yoshi's Island

2. Donut Plains

3. Vanilla Dome

4. Sky Land (which has areas like Cheese Bridge, Butter Bridge, Cookie Mountain, and Soda Lake)

5. Forest of Illusion

6. Chocolate Island

7. Valley of Bowser

Each area has a castle you must pass in order to rescue each of Yoshi's friends. In each castle, there is a specific master you must battle. The masters are

1. Iggy Koopa

2. Martin Koopa Jr.

3. Lenny Koopa

4. Ludvig Von Koopa

5. Roy Koopa

6. Wendy Koopa

7. Larry Koopa

The final master, of course, is Bowser.
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