Super Mario All-Stars (SNES)
Super Mario All-Stars (NA)
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Super Nintendo Entertainment System platform icon
Genre(s) Platformers

03ESRB - E  01PEGI 3  01CERO A  01USK 0  01Australian Classification Board - G

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Super Mario All-Stars (JP) is a game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as a part of the Mario series. This game can be considered a multicart, due to the fact that it features Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3. The game not only had four games packed with it, but each game also had sixteen bit remastered graphics and a save feature.

In 1994, this game was re-released as Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World with, as the name implies the inclusion of Super Mario World, but with minor changes (specifically, four save files instead of three and new sprites for Luigi). In 2010, a limited edition version for this game was released on the Wii, due to the Mario series having its twenty-fifth anniversary. While not remakes, the Super Mario Advance games appear to be based on Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, as they look very similar to the All-Stars versions of the games.

Differences with the games

In addition to the 8bit/16bit switch, the games have some difference.

Super Mario Bros and Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels

  • The background is much more colorful and you can clearly see snow in some layers as well.

Each level is preceded by a screen where you can see which enemies the level contains (except Fixtures, Piranha Plants, Fire Bars, and enemies in the Bowser Castle)

  • Mario before entering the end-level fortress, stops at the door of the door to pose with the hand that makes the symbol of victory.

The Toads are found in a lot of castles and when Mario defeats the False Bowser out of turn, they are as many as the number of the world.

  • Peach will find herself on a cage suspended on the lava and after reaching it will embrace Mario happy as the final caption goes, an enlargement of the kissing couple is seen next door.
  • Luigi is no longer a palette swap of Mario and Fire Luigi is colored differently than Fire Mario.

Super Mario Bros. 2

  • More detailed scenario.

Super Mario Bros. 3

  • The King of the World 7 becomes Yoshi.
  • Detailed Scenario.
  • Luigi is no longer a palette swap of Mario.


  • The game was featured on the cover of Nintendo Power V52.
  • The wind SFX in Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels is recycled from the game F-Zero when the player is accelerating.