Super Mario All-Stars Unofficially Ported To Nintendo NES

Super-Mario-All-Stars-Nintendo-NES-PortIn 1993 Nintendo re-released the first four outings in the Super Mario Bros series for the Super Nintendo - a compilation which included the never seen before Japanese sequel known as The Lost Levels. As great as Super Mario All-Stars was, some would argue that the games are best enjoyed on the NES. Through what we believe to be incredibly tricky and complicated methods, one ROM hacker has released his very own 8-bit version of the compilation for the Nintendo NES.

Not only does this all new creation house the four Super Mario Bros games in one ROM, but it also brings over some great features from the Super Nintendo collection too. The SRAM saving functionality is added to each of the games, as is a sparkly title screen too showcasing the countless characters found within the series.

While the ROM hack is still being worked on, those tempted on trying out this fantastic collection of classics can download a patch from the developer’s release thread. Needless to say though, this fantastic idea belongs on a physical cartridge - something that will no doubt solve our game swapping woes.

Super Mario All-Stars (Nintendo NES Version) Gameplay

Link: Super Mario All-Stars (Nintendo NES) Development Thread

Last Updated ( 30 March 2015 )  


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(Link to this comment) Sato 2015-03-30 12:53
Very nicely done hack! Really like the Wii Shop Channel music being used for the main menu as well.
(Link to this comment) Dekumoon 2015-03-31 10:46
Wait... So they demastered some remastered NES games back to NES? :D

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