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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World

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Super Mario All-Stars contains enhanced remakes of Super Mario Brothers (SMB) from 1985, SMB: The Lost Levels (1986), SMB2 (1988), SMB3 (1990) & Super Mario World (SMW)(1991).

The Super Mario Brothers run of games are hands down my alltime favorites of any game runs, especially the first one. Maybe it's because when I was a kid and I first saw SMB in the arcade it totally blew my mind. I had seen the original Mario Brothers and Donkey Kong but there was nothing quite like this game anywhere at that time. I remember dropping $10 in quarters on that game that night because that's all my mom would give me for games, and I became almost obsessed with it. My mom had a bowling league on wednesdays and that was the only time I could play it because the mall's arcade was always packed, so I'd get my weekly fix at the bowling alley. It wasn't until I moved in with my dad that I got good at it about a year later in 86. It's funny because the arcade SMB that I ended up finally beating was also at a bowling alley so for me the first SMB and bowling alley's go hand in hand lol. My best friend had gotten a NES for christmas and being able to play SMB without dropping mad amounts of quarters was fucking awesome to me. And that's when it got to the point that I could beat the game in 20 minutes easily, having memorized almost every level thoroughly. When SMB2 came out I was into it but something about it didn't seem as cool as the first one. Same with SMB3, although they both had some pretty sweet things about em. When Super Mario World came out though I felt they had added some really cool features and it made it much more interesting to me. For some reason I still can't stand the maps in 2, 3 and SMW, they're just so slow to navigate around in. The official sequal to SMW is Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island or just Yoshi's Island for short. I'll get to that game on my next post. That one is definitely my favorite of all the Marios along with the OG one.

For some very interesting info on Super Mario All-Stars check out the Wikipedia page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Mario_All-Stars

I POSTED YOSHI'S ISLAND TOO! - CHECK HERE

Click the title or image.

53 comments:

Anonymous said...

Man you guys saved me i was looking for this rom thanks and it works real good

Anonymous said...

fuck yea ;)

Anonymous said...

damn,
after the stupid counter runs down, just absoluteley nothing happens. am i just too stupid to download a file from an och??

Anonymous said...

k, now it worked, must have been a prob with ie, worked fine with ff
thanks guys ;)

Anonymous said...

Dude, is it supposed to take about 10 minutes to download???

Machiventa said...

yeah uploading.com is slow but it took me like 50 seconds to download. i'll reupload it to massmirror.

Anonymous said...

thanks a bunch man!!!

Anonymous said...

what soft ware do i use to extract the file?

Anonymous said...

what emulator do u use? if its zsnes how does it work?

Machiventa said...

use winzip to extract it.

and yes i do use zsnes. you'll have to check out the zsnes forum on how to use it. it would be too hard to describe in it here lol.

Anonymous said...

Guyz, i dunno where to d/l the ROM, itz pissing me off.LOL

Anonymous said...

it's right where it says download (massmirror) - then when you're at massmirror, just select any of the hosting sites (rapidshare, zshare, etc) - then follow the instructions on whichever site you choose.

Anonymous said...

when it finishes downloading i click on the file and it opens up internet explorer and closes.what should i do.

Anonymous said...

i clicked on download(MassMinor)and it says file not found...

Anonymous said...

i totally figured it out. This is freakin fantastic!!!

Harrymore said...

hey guys i cant seem to get the files to extract, i've used win rar and downloaded from 2 different servers and both times the files wouldnt extract because windows wont recognise the files any clues on what to do(could really do with this rom lol)
cheers

Anonymous said...

what program or emu do i use to put on psp

Machiventa said...

dunno man, but if you google "psp hack nses emulator" there's quite a few forums that tell you how. i wasn't even aware of the psp being able to play nes/snes roms until recently. seems sony doesn't like it though, with all their motherboard/firmware updates.

Machiventa said...

and to all the people having problems downloading the rom: if you can't figure out how to DL a simple file then you're on your own.

Anonymous said...

Why are all you guys noobs?

Machiventa said...

^ LOL, no kidding.

I just posted Yoshi's Island too!!! Check the main page.

Anonymous said...

thanks a bunch :D
bunch of other SMB roms got banned from the ESA -__-

Anonymous said...

does it screw up your psp or your computer

Anonymous said...

yo

hell no bruv!!! I downloaded zsnes and a couple of roms (despite my noobness) and yeah they work fine and havent caused me any problems Goodluck chap!

Machiventa said...

a rom will not screw up your pc or psp. now how you go about downgrading your psp firmware could result in a bricked device, so make sure you follow directions properly.

Anonymous said...

i dont have hombrew or any emulators or any thing i just downloaded it and put it in the game folder and obviously it didnt work this is annoying me

Anonymous said...

could you give me some links on how to make this work... like the emulator and extractor


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Machiventa said...

^ for use on a pc or psp? if you mean pc then just google zsnes. if you mean psp then just google psp homebrew. and for the extractor just google winzip.

Anonymous said...

where can you get home brew for version 3.93

Anonymous said...

does it screw up your psp

Oscaito1718 said...

cant download it if you took it off can you pleaZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! put it back on

fuck said...

damn it has an error when i try to get to massmirror

Anonymous said...

ok zsnes isnt hard at all to use

step 1 open zsnes, step two click load, and step 3 select the game you want to play.

thats all there is to it, seriously

Anonymous said...

thanks work great

Anonymous said...

Hey Guys thank you so much ive been searching for this for such a long time, thank youuuuu!!! it works great. thanks again guys

Anonymous said...

what folder do i send this to on my psp? please help!

Anonymous said...

the only website that has super mario all stars thanks a lot works great

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the ROM!
Luckily someone like you made a topic with a link to the download to save people trouble.

JD said...

Thank u very much i was looking for this game to download from megaupload

Anonymous said...

thanks! i was looking everywhere the e s a has everything blocked. you should change the post up so the e s a wont get this blog!

Machiventa said...

Yeah I've been tempted to take it down because of them. I'm sure it's a matter of time.

Anonymous said...

Hey yeah it worked fine for me, although I wasn't sure what to do in the beginning it turned out fine. Well, I mean the downloading process. Wasn't really sure was swc extension file is though but oh well. Thanks.

djsuspicious said...

Hey i still can't figure out how to download this will someone help me

angel said...

hey how can i download it if you took it off.please put it back on so i can download it.

Anonymous said...

angel, you have to click the link at the top of the blog post above the super mario world image. the link says "Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World"

czc said...

fuck yeah
thnx

Patrick said...

uhm ... LINK?

Anonymous said...

WoW! THanks

Anonymous said...

This site and the game was perfectly safe. had no viruses or anything else that could harm a computer. the site though ithought was very thourough

Anonymous said...

What a game! What a site! This was Awsome man!

Anonymous said...

Please put it back on so I can download it.

Anonymous said...

My friend and I were recently discussing about the ubiquitousness of technology in our daily lives. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.


I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside... I just hope that as technology further advances, the possibility of copying our memories onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's a fantasy that I dream about almost every day.


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Machiventa said...

Dumb asses, the link's always been there.... click the title or image!