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The sequel to Super Mario Maker brings slopes, additional tools, graphic styles, and more to the Switch.
Nintendo's first official Mario game for mobile devices is a New Super Mario Bros.-inspired runner.
When Prism Island turns into a gray, drained landscape, it's up to paper Mario to restore its natural hues in this paint-themed entry to the Paper Mario series.
Two Mario-themed role-playing game series collide in one bizarre crossover adventure!
A handheld RPG and the fourth in the Paper Mario series. Along with the signature papercraft aesthetic, the game uses stickers as a core mechanic in both story and gameplay.
Mario Party Advance is the first handheld iteration in the Mario Party franchise.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong is a puzzle platformer that features classic gameplay based on the arcade and Gameboy Donkey Kong titles.
The second Mario-themed RPG features a pop-up storybook aesthetic with flat paper characters. When the Seven Star Spirits are kidnapped by the forces of Bowser, it's up to Mario and his traveling companions to save the Mushroom Kingdom!
A remake/semi-sequel to Super Mario Bros. 2 (US) released on the Satellaview.
An updated version of Super Mario All-Stars bundled for a short period of time with the Super Nintendo Entertainment System from December 1994, featuring the inclusion of Super Mario World.
Hotel Mario is a rather obscure game that was created by Philips Media for the CD-i. Philips Media had acquired the rights to produce Mario and The Legend of Zelda games after initial plans to make a CD-ROM add-on for the Super Nintendo fell through.
Mario's 8-bit adventures were compiled and enhanced for the Super Nintendo on a single cartridge. This was the world debut of "The Lost Levels", originally sold as Super Mario Bros. 2 only in Japan.
Electric Crayon 3.1:Super Mario Bros & Friends: When I Grow Up is a painting video game for children.
Mario and his friends find themselves in the mysterious world of Sub-Con, where they must fight new enemies (with new techniques) to stop the master plans of the evil toad king, Wart.
A Japan-exclusive 1987 release produced by Nintendo in conjunction with a television event. The game was later converted into Super Mario Bros. 2.
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