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Super Mario is a Mario-themed platform game series published by Nintendo. It is the primary series in the Mario franchise, sometimes known as the Super Mario Bros. series or just the Mario series. For every major Nintendo video game console, at least one Super Mario game has been produced. There are twenty-one games in the series that are comparable, as well as one cross-series game, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island, which may or may not be included in the series (see 2D origins).

Mario is the protagonist of the Super Mario games, which are located in the fictitious Mushroom Kingdom. He is frequently accompanied by his brother, Luigi, and other members of the Mario cast on occasion. The player sprints and jumps across platforms and atop enemies in themed stages in this platform game. The games have straightforward narratives, with Mario rescuing Princess Peach from Bowser, the main enemy.

The series’ main gameplay principles and aspects were introduced in 1985 with the debut of Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). These include a variety of power-ups and artifacts that grant Mario exceptional abilities like as launching fireballs and increasing his size.

The Super Mario series is part of the larger Mario brand, which encompasses cinematelevision, printed media, and retail in addition to video games. Super Mario titles have sold over 380 million copies worldwide, making it the fourth-best-selling video game series after the Mario franchise, the puzzle series Tetris, and the first-person shooter series Call of Duty.

Super Mario Bros. was developed by Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka as a follow-up to the 1983 arcade game Mario Bros., which featured two characters: Mario, the titular character who first appeared in Donkey Kong as the original player character and later as a final boss, and Luigi, who first appeared in Mario Bros. After deciding to include the Super Mushroom in the game, the etymology of adding “Super” to the title arose.


For the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Mario Bros. was launched (NES). Many of Mario’s key gameplay elements were introduced in this game. In the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario and Luigi must save Princess Toadstool (later known as Princess Peach) from Bowser/King Koopa. The game is divided into eight worlds, each with four levels, for a total of 32 levels. Though the themes of the worlds vary, the fourth level is usually a fortress or castle that culminates in a battle with Bowser (or one of his minions disguised as him). This is one of the all-time best-selling video games.

In Japan, Super Mario Bros. 2 is the first sequel to Super Mario Bros. It is based on the Super Mario Bros. engine, but with additional features like weather, character movement, and more complicated stages, resulting in a considerably more challenging game. With eight starting worlds of four levels each, the game follows the same level progression as Super Mario Bros. This sequel was not published outside of Japan at the time because Nintendo of America did not want the Mario series to be associated with irritating difficulty among gamers outside of Japan.

It remained unavailable to a constantly growing market of American video game players, and by the time the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2 was finally shipped to America, it had become aesthetically antiquated. Outside of Japan, the game was released in 1993 as “Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels” in the Super Mario All-Stars compilation game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES).

Mario and his friends are out to fight the evil frog Wart in the Subcon dreamland in Super Mario Bros. 2 (Super Mario USA in Japan). Based on a discarded prototype, Yume Kj: Doki Doki Panic was instead launched in Japan as Yume Kj: Doki Doki Panic, before being transformed into a Mario game for the rest of the world as Super Mario Bros. 2, and then released in Japan as Super Mario USA as part of Super Mario All-Stars.

The four player characters are one of the game’s most distinguishing features: not only Mario, but also Luigi, Princess Peach, and Toad are available for single-player action, each with distinct character movements: Luigi jumps higher, Princess Peach glides through the sky for a short period of time, and so on. Characters can even pick up veggies from the ground and fling them at their foes. This is also the first Super Mario game to have a life meter, allowing Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Toad to take four hits before dying.

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