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Super Mario World Walkthrough

Updated on January 7, 2012

Watch, Buy, Play and Relive Super Mario World for the SNES

Super Mario World for the SNES was released in 1991, the very first game introduced on the then new Nintendo console. It marked the first appearance of Yoshi, the return of the Koopalings, and another fight with the evil Bowser. The new power-up, the Cape Feather, allowed Mario to fly, while the game offered a whole new level of challenge and fresher 16 bit graphics. Find out how to download Super Mario World, game cheats, the characters that make a return to this game, and how you can play it on the Wii console and relive this classic game in all its glory!

Cape Mario
Cape Mario

The Power Ups

The introduction of Cape Mario

There are a couple of new power-up abilities introduced in this game, as well as some old favorites. You'll be able to use the classic Super Mushroom and Fire Flower, but you'll also find the Cape Feather, which is brand new to this game. The Cape Feather will allow Mario to fly and land with a giant boom, crashing down on the ground creating a shockwave. Also, you can use Yoshi as a power-up of sorts, as he can take one hit as many times as you keep hopping back on him and you won't lose any damage.

Super Mario World Walkthrough - Video walkthroughs of every world - the best way to see everything in the game (besides playing it)!

Buy Super Mario World - Own the original game on the SNES system

Relive the glory days of yesteryear with the SNES system! This system had some of the best known games of the 90's like this one, as well as Super Metroid, Star Fox, and Mega Man X! The bonus, besides being able to play them in their original format, is that you can find the games dirt cheap on sites like Amazon.

Walkthrough (Continued)

Super Mario World
Super Mario World

Plot

What happened in this game?

Unlike other games in the series, this one involves a kidnapping of Princess Peach (more future titles will reuse this tried and true storyline) and the imprisonment of dinosaurs from Dinosaur Island. Making a return are Bowser's Koopalings, as well as many of the classic enemies like Bob-Ombs, Goombas, Koopa Troopas, Bullet Bills, Piranha Plants, and Boos.

Making his introduction in this game is Yoshi, the lovable dinosaur that inhabits an island somewhere in or near the Mushroom Kingdom. As Mario and Luigi battle their way to save the Princess and the dinosaurs, they defeat the Koopalings and have their final battle with Bowser. They defeat him in his fortress, freeing the Princess and the dinosaurs.

The Final Walkthroughs - Bowser's Castle (and rescue the princess!)

This game was and still is wildly popular, selling over 20 million units! Today, it's available for download on the Wii Virtual Console. If you have WiFi internet access, all you'll need is your Wii console!

Super Mario World Ghost House
Super Mario World Ghost House

How to Download Super Mario World to the Wii Console

Use Wii Virtual Console to download this classic SNES game!

Downloading this game to your Wii console is a snap. Simply turn on your Wii and use the controller to scroll to the Virtual Console. This can be accessed with any WiFi that is enabled in your home. Enter your access key information (hopefully you wrote this down when your internet was being installed - if not, call your internet provider so they can help you with this) when prompted, and enter all of the details on the forms, and then you're in. You can download Super Mario World which is found in the A-Z section, or listed by game manufacturer (Nintendo). The best part? No blowing into the cartridge to remove dust, no lost cartridge, and no worries about having enough memory to save your progress! It will be stored right on the game, and can be accessed anytime after you download from your Wii.

What's the catch? First off, it's not free, it's about $5. Second, you'll need a special remote to play SNES games.

Wii Classic Controller - How to play SNES, SEGA, and Other Video Game Systems on the Wii

To play games from SNES and Sega Genesis, amongst other game platforms, you'll need the Wii Classic controller to enable gameplay. Why? These have different buttons and features that can the current Wii remote does not support. The good news is that once you get one of these controllers, you'll be to access hundreds of old school classics like Super Mario World, SMB2, SMB3, Super Contra, Golden Axe, and new titles like Mega Man 9 and 10.

Wii Classic Controller
Wii Classic Controller

* Play SNES games, SEGA Genesis games with this remote

* Plugs right into your Wii system

* Relive the classics!

 

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With over 20 million copies sold, chances are a lot of you have played this game! It's a true classic in the series. What did you think of it? Is it your all time favorite, were you addicted to the game for hours on end, did you beat it, and did you download on the Wii Virtual Console? Let us know!

What Do You Think of this Game? - Have you played this game?

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    • SimonJay profile image

      SimonJay 5 years ago

      This is probably still my favorite mario game and i have played most of the others and it still hold up to todays standards amazing.

    • hunksparrow profile image

      hunksparrow 6 years ago

      Recently bought this game on virtual console and having a lot of fun. Not as good as SMB 3 but still a lot of fun.

    • RuthCoffee profile image

      RuthCoffee 6 years ago

      It's great that this game is still so readily available. It's definitely a classic.