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Revision as of 05:44, 13 July 2019

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Super Mario series
Developer Shigeru Miyamoto
Publisher Nintendo
Systems As noted below
Released 1985-present (video games)
1986-present (films)
1989-present (television)
1990-present (comics)
Added to Museum As noted below

The Super Mario series a Japanese multimedia series consisting of video games, television shows, a film, music, and comic books.

It is a spin-off of the Mario Bros. series. It was further spun off into the Wario Land series, the Yoshi series, the Mario RPG series, the Mario Kart series, the Mario Party series, the Mario Sports series, the Luigi's Mansion series, and the Super Smash Bros. series.

Fictional character biographies

Mario and his twin brother Luigi travel to the Mushroom Kingdom. Princess Toadstool of the Mushroom Kingdom, Peach, is repeatedly kidnapped by Bowser, King of the Koopa. Each time Princess Peach is captured, Mario and Luigi have to travel across several different worlds to rescue her.

There are a few exceptions to this. In Super Mario Land, Mario travels to Sarasaland to rescue Princess Daisy from the evil alien Tatanga. In Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins, Mario's evil counterpart Wario steals his castle and seals it shut with six golden coins. Mario has to find and recover the coins so that he can unseal the magic keeping him out of his castle and defeat Wario.

In Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, a powerful magikoopa named Kamek traveled back in time to when the twins were still babies, to try to prevent their constant thwarting of Bowser. He attacked the stork that was carrying the twins, but he only managed to kidnap Luigi, while Mario fell down to Yoshi Island. The Yoshis rescued Mario and later rescued his brother, and the babies were delivered to their parents.

Video games in the Super Mario series

Title Developer System Release Added to museum Notes
Super Mario Bros. Nintendo R&D4 NES
Arcade
FDS
GBA
Wii
Wii U
3DS
FC Mini
NES CE
1985
1985
1986
2004
2006
2012
2013
2016
2016
GC: January 20, 2003
Wii: January 20, 2012
NES CE: August 10, 2017
FC Mini: August 10, 2017
SNES: December 19, 2018
Remade in 1993 as part of Super Mario All-Stars.
Worlds 1-5 were included in the Japan-only Satellaview remake BS Super Mario Collection in 1997.
Remade in 1999 as part of Super Mario Bros. Deluxe.
Included in Animal Crossing for GameCube in 2001.
The SNES version of Super Mario All-Stars was emulated on the Wii as Super Mario All-Stars Deluxe in 2010.
VS. Super Mario Bros. Nintendo R&D4 Arcade
Switch
1986
2017
Switch: January 3, 2018 Less power-ups and warp pipes than Super Mario Bros., with six new levels.
Emulated on Switch as part of Hamster's Arcade Archives series in 2017.
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels Nintendo R&D4 FDS
GBA
Wii
3DS
Wii U
1986
2004
2007
2012
2013
Wii: January 20, 2012
SNES: December 19, 2018
Released in Japan as Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Family Computer Disk System in 1986.
Contained new features and levels, including the new levels from VS. Super Mario Bros..
First released outside of Japan in 1993 as The Lost Levels as part of the Super Mario All-Stars remake in 1993.
Worlds 1-5 were included in the Japan-only Satellaview remake BS Super Mario Collection in 1997.
Remade in 1999 as Super Mario Bros.: For Super Players as part of Super Mario Bros. Deluxe.
The NES version was emulated on GBA in 2004, on Wii in 2006, on Wii U in 2012, and on 3DS in 2013.
The SNES version of Super Mario All-Stars was emulated on the Wii as Super Mario All-Stars Deluxe in 2010.
All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. Nintendo R&D4 FDS 1986 Not yet Released by Fuji Television, under license from Nintendo, as a prize on the "All Night Nippon" radio show.
Some characters were replaced with Japanese celebrities.
Included elements from Super Mario Bros., VS. Super Mario Bros., and Super Mario Bros. 2.
Super Mario Bros. Special Hudson Soft PC-8801
Sharp X1
SPC-1500
1986
1986
1986
Not yet Developed and published by Hudson Soft, under license from Nintendo.
Included elements from Donkey Kong and Mario Bros.
Game & Watch Super Mario Bros. Nintendo R&D1 G&W Crystal
Special
Widescreen
1986
1987
1988
Not yet Released in a "Crystal" format in 1986.
Yellow version with a case shaped like Diskun was awarded to winners of the F-1 Grand Prix contest in 1987.
Released in a "New Wide Screen" format in 1988.
Super Mario Bros. 2 Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo Entertainment System 1988 GC: January 20, 2003
Wii: January 20, 2012
NES CE: August 10, 2017
FC Mini: August 10, 2017
SNES: December 19, 2018
Remake of Dream Factory: Doki Doki Panic. Released in Japan as Super Mario USA.
Remade in 1993 as part of Super Mario All-Stars.
Super Mario Bros. 3 Nintendo R&D4 Nintendo Entertainment System 1988 GC: January 20, 2003
Wii: January 20, 2012
NES CE: August 10, 2017
FC Mini: August 10, 2017
SNES: December 19, 2018
Remade in 1993 as part of Super Mario All-Stars.
Worlds 1-6 were included in the Japan-only Satellaview remake BS Super Mario Collection in 1997.
Super Mario Land Nintendo R&D1 Game Boy 1989 3DS: February 20, 2018
Super Mario World Nintendo EAD Super Nintendo Entertainment System 1990 SF Mini: October 31, 2017
SNES Classic: March 16, 2018
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins Nintendo R&D1 Game Boy 1992 3DS: February 20, 2018 First game in the Wario Land series
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island Nintendo EAD Game Boy 1992 SF Mini: October 31, 2017
SNES Classic: March 16, 2018
First game in the Yoshi's Island series
BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge Nintendo EAD Super Famicom Satellaview 1996 Not yet Episodically broadcast over Japan's Broadcast Satellite system through the Super Famicom Satellaview over a period of four weeks.
Super Mario 64 Nintendo EAD Nintendo 64 1996 April 1, 2011
Super Mario Sunshine Nintendo EAD GameCube Not yet 2002
New Super Mario Bros. Nintendo EAD Nintendo DS Not yet 2006
Super Mario Galaxy Nintendo EAD Wii Not yet 2007
New Super Mario Bros. Wii Nintendo EAD Wii Not yet 2009
Super Mario Galaxy 2 Nintendo EAD Wii Not yet 2010
Super Mario 3D Land Nintendo EAD Nintendo 3DS November 20, 2017 2011
New Super Mario Bros. 2 Nintendo EAD Nintendo 3DS Not yet 2012
New Super Mario Bros. U Nintendo EAD Wii U Not yet 2012
Super Mario Maker Nintendo EAD Wii U
Nintendo 3DS
2015
2016
Not yet
Super Mario Run Nintendo EPD iOS
Android
iOS (full game): March 31, 2017 2016
2017
Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo EPD Nintendo Switch November 11, 2017 2017