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Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World
Super Mario Advance 2 - North American Boxart
The North American boxart.
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Mattel (Australia 1992-94)
Designer(s) Takashi Tezuka
Shigeru Miyamoto
Series Mario series
Release date JP December 14, 2001
NA February 9, 2002
EU/AU April 12, 2002
CH 2006 (iQue)
Genre(s) Platform
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer
Ratings CERO: A
ESRB: E
PEGI: 3+
PFLC: G
Media 32-megabit cartridge
Previous game Super Mario Advance (2001)
Next game Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 (2002)

Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World is a remake of Super Mario World for the Game Boy Advance. The game centres around Mario, with the help of Yoshi, rescuing Princess Peach from Bowser on Dinosaur Island.

Notable Differences

Items and Power-Ups

In Super Mario Advance 2, the player can pick up many items:

Power Ups

SMW Feather Cape Feather - A feather gives Mario and Luigi the ability to fly by way of a cape.

SMW Mushroom Super Mushroom - A mushroom makes Mario and Luigi get bigger and stronger.

SMW Fire Flower Fire Flower - A fire flower gives Mario and Luigi the power to throw fireballs.

SMW Yoshi Egg
Yoshi Egg - A Yoshi Egg allows Mario and Luigi the ability to ride on a Yoshi. Yoshi can also eat certain Koopas to grant him certain powers. i.e., eating a yellow Koopa allows him to ground pound, eating a red Koopa allows him to shoot three podoboo-like fireballs, and eating a blue Koopa allows him to fly.

Items

SMW 1-up Mushroom 1-Up Mushroom - Gives the player an extra life.

SMW Key and Keyhole Key and Keyhole - If the player finds the key and puts it in the keyhole, they can go to secret levels.

SMW Balloon P-Balloon - When Mario or Luigi touches the balloon, they will inflate like a balloon and can float around to get to new areas.

SMW Switches P-Switches - Touching the blue P-Switch will turn Blocks into coins or vice versa. Touching the silver P-Switch will turn all enemies except Lakitu into silver coins.

Regional differences

Title screens

Japan International
SuperMarioAdvance2TitleJapan SuperMarioAdvance2Title

An insignificant difference is that the 2001 from the Japanese version changed to 2002 in the international version, as they were released in different years. A significant difference is that in the Japanese version, the logo is detailed like in Super Mario Advance. In the North American and European versions, it is only the logo, having it lazily done. This trend continued in all of the later sequels.

Game selection

Japan International
Select Game - Japanese - Super Mario Advance 2 Select Game - Super Mario Advance 2

The Japanese version had the Super Mario World text shaded purple and with lighter colours, along with the Japanese text from the old Super Mario World logo. There is also Japanese text on the Mario Bros.

Super Mario World Title Screen

Japan International
Super Mario Advance 2 - Japanese - Title Screen 2 Super Mario Advance 2 - Title Screen 2

Strangely enough, the graphic designers for the game had trouble installing the Japanese logo in the Super Mario World title screen. They used the International one instead. A few other differences can be seen; the "TM" is bigger in the Japanese version and are from top and bottom. Also, the "SUPER MARIO WORLD" text is recoloured. The 2001 and 2002 year difference is also seen.

See also

Gallery

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