Super Mario All-Stars
This article is about the video game collection for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. For the video game collection for the Nintendo Switch, see Super Mario 3D All-Stars.
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Super Mario All-Stars (Japanese スーパーマリオコレクション, Sūpā Mario Korekushon) is a video game collection by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, released on January 1, 1994. The collection contains the 1983 arcade game Mario Bros. and the NES classics Super Mario Bros. , Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2 and Super Mario Bros. 3, which have been graphically and aurally adapted to the level of the console. To celebrate Mario's 25th birthday, Super Mario All-Stars was re-released for Wii on December 12, 2010, along with a CD of well-known tunes from the Mario games and an accompanying booklet about Mario's history.
The Super Mario All-Stars game collection contains the three well-known Super Mario Bros. games that appeared on the previous console and were extremely successful. In addition, the collection includes Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels, known in Japan as Super Mario Bros. 2, making this the first time this game was released outside of Japan. It was originally released only in Japan, as the game's difficulty was deemed too hard for a worldwide release, so Super Mario Bros. 2 was released outside of Japan. All four games in All-Stars were heavily redesigned graphically and aurally, but the gameplay did not change. The collection is enhanced by a selection menu, and can also save the score of each game. With the exception of Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels and Super Mario Bros. 2, the games can also be played with two players.
Super Mario All-Stars sold about 10.55 million copies in total.
The SNES with Super Mario All Stars module inserted.
Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World
In December 1994, an extended version of Super Mario All-Stars was released, also for the SNES. This version includes the successful SNES game Super Mario World in addition to the four games of the normal All-Stars version. The only difference between the original Super Mario World and the Super Mario World version included with this All-Stars version is a minor adjustment to Luigi's sprite. Also, the selection screen of this version is red instead of blue. This package briefly appeared as a bundle with the console.