Original Release Info:
Publisher: NintendoCool Videos and Links:
Release Date: November 21, 1990 (JP), August 13, 1991 (US), April 11, 1992 (EU)
Speedrun World Record: 11 exits: 9:45.63 by AaronPlay Dates:
All Secret Exits: Typhlosion4President
Glitch Compilation: Nintendo Unity
Domino Fan Art: TheDominoKing
Soundtrack Playlist: gbelair3
Nintendo's scanned copy of the original manual: https://www.nintendo.co.jp/clvs/manu...LV-P-SAAAE.pdf
We'll be playing this game over the next two weeks, from September 29th to October 15th. Feel free to reply with your favorite levels, screenshots, characters, bosses, your own experiences buying or playing the game as a kid, merchandise, fan art, or questions as you progress through the game. Take photos and share them. It's the OT this classic never got!Food for thought:
On October 16th, we move on to Super Punch-Out!! (Super Soccer for SFC Classic owners). We hope you'll join us
What's your favorite level? Least favorite? Did you know about the pet bird cut from the game? Who are the Koopalings named after? What's the deep lore behind the Sunken Ship? Why is the water in Soda Lake so clear? Is "Tubular" the hardest level in the game? What the hell is the deal with the Koopas wearing Mario mustache masks when you beat the special levels?
What's a SNES Classic Passport?
A SNES Classic Passport is a fun way to keep track of your participation in our SNES Classic Club. The passport will keep track of all the goals you've completed while playing the SNES Classic games. Each goal you complete will earn you a stamp! Try to complete them all for bragging rights.How do I get one?
Simply complete any of our SNES Classic club goals and report them on NeoGAF. SNESBot will send you a PM with your updated, stamped passport -- feel free to post your passport in these threads to share with others!How do I report a completed goal?
Just reply to this thread with the special goal hashtag that matches the goal you've completed. That's right, this is based on the honor system. Don't cheat! How do you know which hashtags match which goals? Continue below to find out this game's goals. You can reply with any goal hashtags in any SNES Classic Club thread, so if you're completing goals for a previous game, you can post them here or in the thread originally associated with the game! Optionally, include a photo of your accomplishment for posterity -- and the bot will stitch together a diary of your playthrough photos early next year! Confused? Click this tutorial reply screenshot to see an example of reporting a completed goal.How do I not screw this up?
The robot should be smart enough not to count hashtags in quote blocks, but if you screw up and accidentally claim a stamp you want to refund, please PM me (Stumpokapow) with the stamp you want cleared and I'll clear it out.Uh, I just replied with a goal hashtag and I didn't get my updated passport.
The bot is set to scrape the thread every few minutes and generate new stamps every 8-10. If there are a bunch of people ahead of you in the queue, you might be waiting a little while. Don't worry!Do I need a SNES Classic for this?
Of course not. SNES, Virtual Console, SNES Classic, Emulation -- however you want to play the game, play it.How do I get a European SNES Classic Passport?
Just reply to this thread including the word #euro in the body of your post (it can be the same post where you're submitting a goal) to switch to the inferior European SNES colour scheme. If you see the light and want to switch back, just reply to the thread including the word #us in the body of your post to switch back!What's a star goal?
A star goal is the hardest goal for each SNES Classic game. These special goals are marked with a star on your SNES Classic Passport!
Your objectives in this game are:Good luck and have fun!!
1. Beat Super Mario World -- Beat the game by defeating Bowser and rescuing the Princess. Hashtag #morton
2. Complete All Goals -- We want to see a 96* on your title screen, even if it means sacrificing a Yoshi. Hashtag #luigi
3. Total Meltdown -- You thought you were going to have it easy? Uh, no. Beat the game by abusing memory corruption. You can use the Orb glitch, the Cloud glitch, or if you really have guts, code injection to skip right to the credits. But you have to beat the game doing something COMPLETELY unintended. And we want proof. Hashtag: #goomba