Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels Cheats For Famicom Disk System Game Boy Advance

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Super Mario Bros. Minus World (There’s a -2 and -3?!?)

This is what happens when you perform the infamous Minus World glitch while playing the Japanese Famicom Disk System version of Super Mario Bros. There are lots of surprises in this video and many failed attempts at getting in that pipe but bear with me. If you do you will see many unique glitches!

Super Mario Bros 2 : The Lost Levels (FDS), World A, B, C, D

In order to have access to World A, hold A+Start at the title screen, but you need to have at least 8 stars displayed. Each time you beat the game, a star gets added on the title screen.

Super Mario Bros Deluxe (GBC / Game Boy Color) – How to Unlock the Lost Levels

Play Super Mario Bros Deluxe for Game Boy Color Online:

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Yep. No Mario this time. I’ll be showing you how to unlock the LOST LEVELS. To unlock the Lost Levels, first, get 300,000 points, then lose all your lifes to get a Game Over or complete the game. Then, you can enjoy the Lost Levels!

Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels (The True SMB Sequel!) �� VERSIONS Comparison ▶ PORTS EVOLUTION

It’s time to have a look at Super Mario Bros. 2, commonly known as The Lost Levels. This game was released originally in Japan for Famicom Disk System as a true sequel of Super Mario Bros. Due to its much higher difficulty compared with the first game, it wasn’t released outside Japanese markets until 1993, with the release of a Super Nintendo remake bundled in Super Mario All Stars, renamed as Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels.

For the international markets, a different version of Super Mario Bros. 2 was released. Actually it is a modified version of Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic featuring playable characters of the Mario’s series. It is known as Super Mario Bros. 2 – Mario Madness or Super Mario Bros 2. USA in japan. Watch the comparison here:

This versions comparison features a playthrough of the first world of the following versions:

0:00 Famicom Disk System (1986)
4:04 Super Nintendo / Super Famicom / SNES – Super Mario All Stars (1993)
7:57 Game Boy Color / GBC – Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (1999)
11:33 Game Boy Advance / GBA – Famicom Mini Series (2004)


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