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Super Mario All Stars Guides and Walkthroughs

Super Mario All-Stars is a compilation of four classic Super Mario Bros. games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), released in 1993. The game was developed and published by Nintendo, a Japanese video game company known for creating iconic franchises such as Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and Pokemon. Super Mario All-Stars includes enhanced remakes of the original Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2 (known as Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels in Japan), Super Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (known as Super Mario Bros. 2 in the United States). These games were originally released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and were widely regarded as some of the best platforming games of their time.

The remakes in Super Mario All-Stars feature updated graphics, improved sound, and enhanced gameplay compared to their NES counterparts. The game also includes a save feature, allowing players to save their progress and continue from where they left off. Additionally, Super Mario All-Stars includes a special version of Super Mario Bros. called Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, which was previously only released in Japan and is known for its challenging difficulty level. Super Mario All-Stars was well-received for its updated graphics and gameplay, providing a fresh experience for players who were familiar with the original NES games. It has been re-released on various platforms, including the Wii, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch, and remains a popular title among Mario fans and retro gaming enthusiasts alike.


Super Mario All Stars Game Genie Codes (USA)

Super Mario All Stars Pro Action Replay Codes (USA)



Super Mario All Stars Title Screen




(SMB:LL) High Score Reset: At the Title Screen, press A, B, L and R at the same time.

(SMB1) High Score Reset: At the Title Screen, Press A,B, L and R at the same time.

(SMB1) Restart after game over: Hold A + B on the gameover screen, and press start.

(SMB2) Kill Yourself: Pause and hold L+R and press Select.


Unlockable Levels ( Super Mario Brothers 3)

To unlock Secret of the White Mushroom House; a place where you can find powerful and valuable items, you have to obtain a certain amount of coins at certain levels.

Level 1-4: 44 coins

Level 2-2: 30 coins

Level 3-8: 41 coins

Level 4-2: 22 coins

Level 5-5: 28 coins

Level 6-7: 78 coins

Level 7-2: 41 coins


The Lost Level

World 9: Complete and Beat the first 8 worlds without warping.



















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