Nintendo SNES Classic Game Super Mario World

Posted: Jul 24 2017, 9:51am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Nintendo SNES Classic Game Super Mario World
  • SNES Classic Game Super Mario World

The Nintendo SNES Classic will go on sale on September 29 for $79.99 with 21 pre-installed games.

Super Mario Kart, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Super Mario World and Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island are the four Super Mario games that are included in the 21 pre-installed games line-up of Nintendo's Mini SNES Classic console.

While Mario and Luigi’s original adventure led them to a brand new land which had new characters and new capabilities, this new game is where the twin brothers end up in Dinosaur Land. They hook up with Yoshi and fight wars with Bowser. These battles are fought over a series of landscapes with many secrets that remain hidden from view. As Mario sits atop Yoshi and defeats enemy after enemy he also often becomes airborne thanks to his Cape Feather thereby soaring into the infinite heights. It is indeed a world of adventure and excitement which this game brings in tow.

The game was directed on the whole by Takashi Tezuka. Its producer is none other than Shigeru Miyamoto. This is the creator of Mario and The Legend of Zelda. Shigefumi Hino is the graphic designer. Miyamoto headed the team at Nintendo which designed the game. Over three years were spent manufacturing the basics of the game. Miyamoto expressed his hunch that the game still remained incomplete so some extra time was given to its details. Emotional nuance and a more believable story were the twin aims. While the dinosaur is a bit unrealistic, it was originally Miyamoto’s brainchild and he really wanted Mario’s partner to be this reptile from the retroactive times. Nintendo had a hard time fitting in this dinosaur in the NES.

Release Date
The game was released in 1990, 1991 and 1992 in Japan, USA and EU/Australia respectively. On the virtual console (Wii) it was released in 2006 and 2007 in Japan and USA/EU/Australia. In 2008, it was released in South Korea. The virtual console (Wii U) got the game in 2013 in the USA, EU, Japan and Australia. Finally on the 3DS, the game reached the USA, EU, Japan and Australia in 2016.

After the saving of the Mushroom Kingdom in Super Mario Bros 3, both Mario and Luigi go to Dinosaur Land. There are several types of reptiles that crawl around the place. Princess Toadstool somehow vanishes without a trace. This is a problem indeed. After much time wasted in trying to find her, Mario and Luigi come upon a big egg. It breaks and out comes Yoshi. Yoshi relates to the two the whole story regarding his kind and the evil Koopas. Mario and Luigi decide to pursue Bowser and the Koopalings. The rest of the quest is to find the kidnapped Princess Toadstool. The final battle is worth fighting even if it is unreal on an actual basis.

Game Play
It is basically a 2D game which features players who get to impersonate Mario and Luigi on the screen. The game shares many traits with Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros 2 and Super Mario Bros 3. However, novel elements have been added in the overall mix. The players can levitate in space and jump as well. As the players make their way through the obstacle course of the game, they encounter a overworld map and a side-scrolling play-field. Several ways lead from the world to the castle.

Among the other objects of interest are action panels, fortresses, haunted houses and various other icons. Players can choose their routes with carefree abandon. Yet they are responsible for their choices. The players can run, jump and dodge as well as defeat the enemy. A set number of lives are given to the players which they squander at their peril. Each echelon includes a boss who has to be defeated in order to proceed to the next level.

The fortresses are controlled by Koopalings and Bowser as usual is in his castle. The cape feather allows Mario to fly at the least provocation. The game allows storing more power as well as one of its features. There are several interesting actions that Mario’s character can avail. Also Yoshi, who is the dinosaur on top of which Mario rides, can eat and chew up the enemies at the drop of a hat. Yoshi often munches on a Koopa and then spits out its shell. Blue, red and yellow shells act in their own respective ways.

This game also has a multiplayer mode on its platform. Mario and Luigi must move through at least seven worlds. Down the Star Road path of challenges, they continue in the quest to fight off as many opponents as is possible.

There was a great deal of enthusiasm for the game when it came out for the first time. Most of the reviews it received were positive. It got the seventeenth highest rating and had a 94.44% average score. Another site gave it a five out of five stars rating. From the top 200 games, it ranked at the 8th best spot. From Nintendo’s 100 best games, it came out at the 7th spot. Termed the greatest game of all time, this game’s praise was not based on mere hyperbole. Over 20 million copies have sold on a global basis. It is cool, classic and has a cost which is reasonable to boot.

To find a SNES Classic Edition check the list of stores listing the SNES Classic Edition in the US and also the world-wide SNES Classic store list.

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The Nintendo SNES Classic comes with two wired controllers and has a list price of $79.99. The Super Nintendo Classic will be released on September 29. The Super NES Classic Edition system has the original look and feel of the 90s home console, only smaller. The retro console has a HDMI and USB power port like the NES Classic.

The SNES Classic Edition comes loaded with 21 games. See the full list of SNES Classic games. The NES Classic came with 30 games pre-installed. The design of the SNES Classic follows the original US design of the 90s version. Europe, Australia and Japan get another design like it has been in the 90s. Read the latest SNES Classic news.

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