Super Mario All-Stars

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Super Mario All-Stars
DeveloperNintendo EAD
SystemsSNES, Super Famicom Box, Wii
ReleasedSNES All-Stars
JP: July 14, 1993
NA: August 1, 1993
EU/AU: December 16, 1993
Super Famicom Box
July 14, 1993
SNES All-Stars + World
NA: December 1994
EU: 1995
Wii Limited Edition
JP: October 21, 2010
AU: December 2, 2010
EU: December 3, 2010
NA: December 12, 2010
Added to
Wii: January 20, 2012
All-Stars+World: December 19, 2018

Super Mario All-Stars, known in Japan as Super Mario Collection (スーパーマリオコレクション), is a video game compilation.

It contains enhanced ports of Super Mario games, including Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3.

It contained the first release of Super Mario Bros. 2 outside of Japan, where it was given the name The Lost Levels. This was done to differentiate it from Super Mario USA, which was released as Super Mario Bros. 2 outside of Japan.


Super Mario All-Stars was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993.

It was released for the Super Famicom Box pay-to-play system in Japan on July 14, 1993.

It was then released in a compilation with Super Mario World as Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World in 1994.

From 1997 to 1998, a modified version of Super Mario Collection titled BS Super Mario Collection was released for the Satellaview broadcast satellite add-on for the Super Famicom. Five worlds from Super Mario Bros., five worlds from Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, and six worlds from Super Mario Bros. 3 were included.

The original SNES version of Super Mario All-Stars was later released, through emulation, on Wii as Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition in 2010.


In 2020, a Nintendo Switch compilation titled Super Mario 3D All-Stars, known in Japan as Super Mario 3D Collection (スーパーマリオ3Dコレクション), was released. It contained high-definition versions of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy.