Four of the greatest Super Mario Bros. games of all time come together in this one cartridge for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Super Mario Bros. 1, The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3. The Lost Levels was originally Super Mario Bros. 2 and released in Japan only because Japanese game players liked challenging games. So it is now available in America for the first time ever. All the graphics and characters have been redone, some given new moves, new looks, and different colors like the white squid that attacks you under the water in Mario Bros. 1 is now pink, as well as when reaching the end of the castle, instead of one mushroom man waiting for you, the same number of the level is the same number of mushroom people waiting for you. There are more surprises awaiting you in the other games as well.
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The complete Super Mario Bros. 4 in 1 Game Pak!
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Did You Know?
The first Mario game to feature "The Lost Levels", a Japan exclusive Mario game that previously didn't make it to the American market. The game was in fact Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
(1986). Nintendo of America had a strict rule to prevent video games from being repackaged, which was the case in many Atari games before the video game crash that occurred between 1983 and 1985. As "The Lost Levels" was considered not sufficiently different from the original Super Mario Bros.
(1985), the game was refused. Instead, the game Yume Koujou: Doki Doki Panic
(1987) was redesigned and released as Super Mario Bros. 2
(1988). Contrary to popular belief, "The Lost Levels" was never deemed too hard to play; that rumor originated from several game magazines that promoted "Super Mario All-Stars" as a way to boost sales. See more
Later re-released with Super Mario World under the title "Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World." See more