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In 1997, a BS-X game named ''BS Super Mario Collection'' was released. It's not a direct port of ''Super Mario All-Stars'', but has a majority of extra contents, including a new cutscene, a new Toad's house, new world map, and more.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20170909062836/http://www.f3.dion.ne.jp/~kameb/satella/st_slg.htm Archived Japanese website's list of Satellaview Soundlink games.] Retrieved 14 Apr '20</ref> It has four weeks:
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In 1997, a game for the Nintendo Satellaview named ''BS Super Mario Collection'' was released. While the game appears to be a direct port of ''Super Mario All-Stars'', it does have new content added to the game, such as a new cutscene, Toad House, world map, and much more.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20170909062836/http://www.f3.dion.ne.jp/~kameb/satella/st_slg.htm Archived Japanese website's list of Satellaview Soundlink games.] Retrieved 14 Apr '20</ref> The game is made up of four total weeks, and in order contain:
  
*Week 1: Contains ''Super Mario Bros.'' Worlds 1 to 5.
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*Week 1: ''Super Mario Bros.'' - Worlds 1 to 5.
*Week 2: Contains ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' Worlds 1 to 3.
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*Week 2: ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' - Worlds 1 to 3.
*Week 3: Contains ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' Worlds 4 to 6.
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*Week 3: ''Super Mario Bros. 3'' - Worlds 4 to 6.
*Week 4: Unknown, possibly contains ''Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels'' Worlds 1 to 5.
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*Week 4: Unknown, possibly ''Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels'' - Worlds 1 to 5.
  
Currently, only the ROM of Week 3 was found and it was later discovered that there was Week 2's data in the ROM. You can watch footage of Week 1 below.  
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Currently, only the ROM of Week 3 was found and Week Two's data was later discovered in the ROM. Week 1 currently has footage available, which can be watched below.  
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==

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Title screen of Week 3.

Status: Partially Lost

In 1997, a game for the Nintendo Satellaview named BS Super Mario Collection was released. While the game appears to be a direct port of Super Mario All-Stars, it does have new content added to the game, such as a new cutscene, Toad House, world map, and much more.[1] The game is made up of four total weeks, and in order contain:

  • Week 1: Super Mario Bros. - Worlds 1 to 5.
  • Week 2: Super Mario Bros. 3 - Worlds 1 to 3.
  • Week 3: Super Mario Bros. 3 - Worlds 4 to 6.
  • Week 4: Unknown, possibly Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels - Worlds 1 to 5.


Currently, only the ROM of Week 3 was found and Week Two's data was later discovered in the ROM. Week 1 currently has footage available, which can be watched below.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Footage of Week 1.
More footage of Week 1.

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