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One of the best games every created.

This game is by far, one of the BEST games EVER created! And that's saying A LOT considering how far the gaming world has come since it's release. If Super Mario All Stars wasn't enough by itself, Nintendo definitely kicked it up 100% by adding Super Mario World!

Of course retro games are not as cheap as the used to be but after shopping around, $50 for 1 cartridge of awesomeness is a far better deal than paying almost $75 for the same exact game or $40 for each game separately.
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Great value

This game is an amazing value as it has 5 full Mario games on it, Mario 1, Mario 2, Mario American, Mario 3, and Mario world. All of the games from the original Nintendo have great updated graphics and sound/music. This is also one of the only ways to play the real Japanese Mario 2, as it wasn’t originally released in the us. Overall, this is a great value as it gives you some of greatest Mario experiences ever in a single game cartridge.Lire l'avis complet...

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Super Mario All Stars + World: A great 16-bit value

Graphics: 8/10 Colorful cartoony graphics that are prettied up from the original 8 bit games to reflect the capabilities of the SNES machine. The animation of large Mario/Luigi running in SMB1 is a little weird looking though.

Sound: 8/10 Appropriate sounds and catchy musical tunes. However you may grow tired of some of the sound effects being repeated in the first four games from Super Mario World.

Control: Precise controls with the standard SNES controller. SMW is the most complicated, but the learning curve isn't too high, and the other games are even simpler.

Challenge: These are the types of games that require memorization. Some of the gameplay in the earlier titles are repetitive, but the presence of "warp zones" and other secrets help to make up for it. These games were originally designed for kids with lots of time to memorize patterns and mazes though, so be warned if you have a shorter attention span for such games. A "world save" (not sub-level save, except for "The Lost Levels" which does have a sub-level save, and you'll need it!) has been added to the first four games to save your progress which helps somewhat. Many levels require precise jumps, and repeatedly missing the same jump or being hit by a random enemy can be frustrating. SMB2 is probably the most "relaxing" of the series as it doesn't have the same restrictions on movement, time limits, etc. as SMB1 and "the Lost Levels."

Replay Value: At first these games may seem repetitive, but finding secrets and testing out new strategies can bring replay value. Multiplayer is a bit lacking (except for the "Battle Mode" in SMB3), as the players simply take turns, or compete for points. On the other hand, taking turns with SMB3 or SMW can be fun as you work together to try to complete the game (letting the better player handle the more difficult levels).

While some may not like the "remade" graphics and sound, the gameplay in these five titles is solid. Super Mario Bros., "The Lost Levels" ("Super Mario Bros. 2" in Japan, a much harder version of SMB), Super Mario Bros. 2 ("Doki Doki Panic" in Japan, the character sprites and a few items were changed for the US release), Super Mario Bros. 3, and the SNES Super Mario World (unchanged from its original stand-alone incarnation).

The games are more or less identical in gameplay to their NES 8-bit counterparts. The infamous "minus world" trick in SMB doesn't work anymore though.

SMB 3 allows you to play a 2 player "battle mode" right from the title screen (in a remake of the original Mario Bros., only competitive style).

For NES nostalgics and for those who simply enjoy colorful platform games with cutesy characters, this is a must own.

For collectors: please note that this game was actually a pack-in with the redesigned Super Nintendo console, and thus while there is a manual, there was never an official box released. However you can pretty easily find a clear plastic case to protect your treasure.
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Are you a Nintendo fan? Have a SNES? Can't decide a game to buy? Look no further dear buyers.

In this review I will describe the Games Content&Graphics, and Rate the fun factor.

To start my review "Super Mario All-Stars" is a great came including 4 Game Titles, "Super Mario Bros 1, Super Mario Bros The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros 2, Super Mario Bros 3" and if you bought the special edition, you get "Super Mario World" a bonus 5th game!

This game not only brings back the original classics but amazingly took the old 8-Bit game graphics.. And designed them into 16 Bit games! The graphic change is AMAZING! I dont think Nintendo could have pulled this off any better than they did, and the new feel/environment makes the game a new pleasure to run through.

In Super Mario World (including the lost levels) you are in a challenge to get the princess peach to safety from the evil bowser... Unluckily for you, he gives you 8 tedious worlds to fight through, each world has 4 levels to it, some including "Warp Zones." The game play is fun however very tough and the boss always seems to be the SAME thing, although why complain the game truely is well made. The lost levels is the same game just with funner more well thought out levels.

In Super Mario World 2, mario is taken to a NEW PERSPECTIVE! The game is left/right/up/down unlike most marios (right/left only.) The game has a strange feel to it, but is VERY ADDICTING. Can you get through the various worlds and levels to stop the evil King Toad?

In our next game, Super Mario World 3.. Mario takes a whole new turn against Bowser to save Peach like most games. But now we include a fun and enjoyable new power ups, much more challenging fun gameplay, and a whole new array of enemies. This game will keep you on your seat all the way through.

And for our final game, special edition.. Super Mario World.. This game is amazing. Voted 1 of the SNES most greatest titles. If your looking for a mario game, this is the one for you. 100s of well made levels, great power ups, Yoshi and Luigi. This game offers 2player as well. The goal is to stop the evil king bowser and set free the yoshi eggs & peach.

Overall this game in my opinion is a MUST HAVE. Looking back the Graphics are at their best, the game play is challenging and mind blowing fun! And the gameplay time WITHOUT using cheats or warp zones, is countless hours of enjoyment.

Overall I rate Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World Edition a..
10/10. MUST HAVE GAME.

However I will also rate the games seperately.

Super Mario Bros 1: 7/10
Super Mario Bros The Lost Levels: 6/10
Super Mario Bros 2: 8/10
Super Mario Bros 3: 9/10
Super Mario World: 10/10

:) Good Luck Buyers, and enjoy the games.
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classic game

Graphics: 8/10 Colorful cartoony graphics that are prettied up from the original 8 bit games to reflect the capabilities of the SNES machine. The animation of large Mario/Luigi running in SMB1 is a little weird looking though.

Sound: 8/10 Appropriate sounds and catchy musical tunes. However you may grow tired of some of the sound effects being repeated in the first four games from Super Mario World.

Control: Precise controls with the standard SNES controller. SMW is the most complicated, but the learning curve isn't too high, and the other games are even simpler.

Challenge: These are the types of games that require memorization. Some of the gameplay in the earlier titles are repetitive, but the presence of "warp zones" and other secrets help to make up for it. These games were originally designed for kids with lots of time to memorize patterns and mazes though, so be warned if you have a shorter attention span for such games. A "world save" (not sub-level save) has been added to the first four games to save your progress which helps somewhat. Many levels require precise jumps, and repeatedly missing the same jump or being hit by a random enemy can be frustrating. SMB2 is probably the most "relaxing" of the series as it doesn't have the same restrictions on movement, time limits, etc. as SMB1 and "the Lost Levels."

Replay Value: At first these games may seem repetitive, but finding secrets and testing out new strategies can bring replay value. Multiplayer is a bit lacking (except for the "Battle Mode" in SMB3), as the players simply take turns, or compete for points.

While some may not like the "remade" graphics and sound, the gameplay in these five titles is solid. Super Mario Bros., "The Lost Levels" ("Super Mario Bros. 2" in Japan, a much harder version of SMB), Super Mario Bros. 2 ("Doki Doki Panic" in Japan, the character sprites and a few items were changed for the US release), Super Mario Bros. 3, and the SNES Super Mario World (unchanged from its original stand-alone incarnation).

The games are more or less identical in gameplay to their NES 8-bit counterparts. The infamous "minus world" trick in SMB doesn't work anymore though.

SMB 3 allows you to play a 2 player "battle mode" right from the title screen (in a remake of the original Mario Bros., only competitive style).

For NES nostalgics and for those who simply enjoy colorful platform games with cutesy characters, this is a must own.

For collectors: please note that this game was actually a pack-in with the redesigned Super Nintendo console, and thus while there is a manual, there was never an official box released. However you can pretty easily find a clear plastic case to protect your treasure.
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A must own for anyone with a SNES

This game is very amazing. It's a compilation of all the NES Mario platformers games (the games that made Mario popular) updated in 16-bit graphics along with the very popular and good SNES launch game: Super Mario World. I will break this down in 5 parts (one for each game).

Super Mario Bros.
The Mario game that started it all. The plot is the same in all Mario games: Mario has to save Peach from Bowser. 8 worlds with 4 levels in each. Very fun platformer.

Super Mario Bros. 2
Not really the real sequel to SMB. It's just another game (Doki Doki Panic) with Mario characters thrown in. Still a very fun game, but very different from the real Mario platforming gameplay. 7 worlds with 3 levels in each (except that the seventh one has 2).

Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels
The real SMB sequel. This game was never released in the USA prior to the release of Super Mario All-Stars. It is the same as SMB, with new powerups and enemies and 5 more worlds after beating the initial 8. This game can be very difficult, but it's still just as fun as the other Mario games.

Super Mario Bros. 3
The thrid installment of Mario series. Each of the 8 worlds now have a map that you can scroll through to select the levels. There are also many more levels than in the previous games. Along with places where you can get powerups and minibosses you fight for some powerups/items. There are also an abundant amounts if powerups and items that allow you to throw fire, fly, swim better, skip levels, and skip worlds. There also many many secrets within tha game; some that trigger events. Many people consider this the best mario game ever.

Super Mario World
One of the first game released for the SNES. This mario game is just like Super Mario Bros. 3 only, with new powerups and secret exits that lie between the levels. There are also 2 ways to jump, a sidekick dinosaur name Yoshi that you can use along with Mario, a secret world, and many other things. A very good game that is worth buying on its own included in this already well collection.

With all 5 of with great games in this collection, it is very much worth it to buy this if you have a SNES. No SNES collection should be without it (unless you already have Super Mario All-Stars and Super Mario World seperately). This game is absolute must purchase.
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Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World

This cartridge contains a 16 bit overhaul of the three classic Super Mario Bros. titles that were released in the US on the NES, plus the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2 (dubbed 'The Lost Levels' here in the States). It also contains the SNES Super Mario World, which brings the total number of games on the cart to a whopping five.

If you love old school platforming games, or if you just love Mario (or Luigi like myself.. more on that later), or if you collect/play old video games/systems.. this cartridge is a real treat to own.

Across the board graphics were updated to 16 bit, the sounds were updated to be more in line with Super Mario World, and the music for each game also got a 16 bit remaking. The old NES sounds and music had a certain charm to them in some regards, I admit, but the games are still extremely fun to play.. and when they come packed all in one place, it's near impossible to pass up if you own a SNES. Heck, Nintendo is currently rereleasing Super Mario All-Stars for the Wii.. ..but it doesn't include Super Mario World, which is a shame.

My one complaint on the whole cart is the physics change in the remake of SMB1/Lost Levels. When you busted a brick from below in the original, you got bounced downward. In this remake, you get sucked upwards slightly for some strange reason. It's very minor, but it was enough to annoy me greatly as a child. The secret coin pipe in World 1-2, for example, you could walk along the bottom and collect the coins, while busting the bricks above to collect both rows of coins at once. In this version, doing that is a very annoying task. Now that I'm an adult I really don't mind it so much, but I figured I should mention it.

As a final note, the real treat for me on this whole cart is the fact that Luigi has his own custom sprites in every game. He is no longer a simple pallet-swap of Mario. He was even give his own custom sprites in Super Mario World, which is the only real difference that game has when compared to its original incarnation.
♥Luigi

P.S. Forgot to mention that a couple bugs have also been fixed.. like the 'minus world' glitch in the original Super Mario Bros.
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Super Mario World & All-Stars SNES

Great collection of all the classic Mario platforming titles in one SNES cartridge. Game play stays true to the original releases. This game pak kills two birds with one stone, containing two great SNES titles on one cart. Great 2 for 1 value and I'm very pleased with this purchase!Lire l'avis complet...

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I mean, it's Super Mario.

I'm mostly gonna talk about how the game cart itself works just fine, and I'm happy with my purchase. It's Mario. If you don't like 2D Mario already, you probably won't like this. And being able to have all the original NES (upgraded for SNES of course) Marios + Lost Levels in the US for the first time AND Super Mario World all in one cart is just the best parts of all of my childhood.Lire l'avis complet...

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Great Games

So this game has really good graphics for it's time. I wasn't even born when the game came out, but this game still blows me away. It has 6 games in one. I would definitely recommend this for anyone. Would be great for young children.I especially love the colors.Lire l'avis complet...

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