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Main series
Bros. (VS.)Bros.: The Lost LevelsBros. 2Bros. 3LandWorldLand 264 (DS)SunshineGalaxy
Galaxy 23D Land3D WorldMaker
(3DS)RunOdysseyMaker 2
New: DSWii2U (Deluxe)

Remakes: All-Stars (25th Anniversary Edition)Bros. Deluxe


Spin-off series
Mario Kart: Super64Super CircuitDouble Dash!!DSWii78 (Deluxe)
Mario Party: Mario Party23789DSSuper
Mario RPGs: Super Mario RPGRabbids Kingdom Battle
Paper Mario: Paper MarioThe Thousand-Year DoorSuperSticker StarColor Splash
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (DX)Partners in TimeBowser's Inside Story (DX)Dream TeamPaper Jam
Mario & Sonic: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic GamesLondon 2012Sochi 2014 Winter GamesRio 2016
Sports: Tennis: Power TourNES Open Tournament GolfGolfSuper SluggersStrikers Charged
Dance Dance Revolution Mario MixHoops 3 on 3
Games: PaintMario is Missing!Hotel MarioPicrossMario no Photopi


Related series
Series: Dr. MarioWario LandYoshi's IslandLuigi's MansionSuper Princess Peach
Games: Super Smash Bros.MeleeTetris DSBrawlNintendo Landfor Wii U & 3DS (3DSfor Wii U)Ultimate
Tetris 99
Others: Mario Series for Guitar
Unlicensed: 7 GRAND DADDian Shi Ma LiForever (Remake)New Super Mario Forever 2012
Newer Super Mario Bros. WiiSuper Mario FlashbackSuper Mario World (Pirate)
Fake games: Super Mario 64DDSuper Guy Fieri


Frequently ripped tracks
Main series: Bob-omb Battlefield‎Dire, Dire DocksGrass LandGround Theme (A Secret Course)
Hammer Bros. Theme"It's a me, Mario!"Koopa's RoadMerry-Go-RoundOverworld (Bros. 2)
Overworld Theme (World)Slider‎Starman (Metallic Mario)Steam GardensUnderground‎
Spin-off series: Beware the Forest's MushroomsCoasterPlay a Mini-Game!‎The Grand FinaleWaluigi Pinball


Others
Albums: Grand Dad 64
Characters: Wario Partners, LLP (Waluigi) • GenoSuper MarioSpike

Super Mario Bros. 3 is a video game developed and published by Nintendo on NES/Famicom in 1988. The game's composer is Koji Kondo. The game also received an enhanced remaked, titled Super Mario All-Stars, on Super Nintendo in 1993 and an enhanced port, titled Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, on Game Boy Advance in 2003.

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As the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2 ("The Lost Levels") was more of an expansion pack of the first game and the international version a reskin of Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, Super Mario Bros. 3 can be considered the first true sequel to the original Super Mario Bros. It introduced many classic elements to the series like the world map, the Koopalings, slopes, and flight power-ups. It got a sequel on SNES titled Super Mario World, and a spiritual sequel in the form of the Nintendo 3DS game Super Mario 3D Land.

The plot of the game is very basic, as usual for early Mario games. Bowser and his minions the Koopalings stole the magic scepters of several kings and transformed them into animals. It is up to Mario and Luigi to retrieve them and return the kings to their original forms. According to the game's creator Shigeru Miyamoto, the game is actually a staged performance of the events.

Still composed by Koji Kondo, the soundtrack is bigger and arguably better than the first game; being composed near the end of the Famicom's life cycle, it uses the five audio channels more efficiently to create more diverse and situational tracks. Music also has a minor importance in the game in the form of the magic flutes (borrowed from the original Legend of Zelda), a secret item leading to the Warp Zone. Still related to Zelda, this game also marks the first appearance (though in a prototypal state) of what would eventually become "Fairy's Fountain" in the music of "Water Land".

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  • The background of the rips changed after the upload of Grass Land (Alpha Mix) to make them look like the rips uploaded on the real GilvaSunner (L) channel. The previous videos still have a green background used in BrawlBRSTMs3 X's rips, but their thumbnails were all updated accordingly to the new yellow background.
    • Similarly, most of the names were changed mid-June 2017 to mirror the names used by the real GilvaSunner. For examples, "Grass Land" was previously called "World 1 Map", "Desert Land" was called "World 2 Map", etc.
  • The rips for "Miss", "Desert Land", "Course Clear", "Water Land", "Underwater Theme", and "Slot / Nervous Breakdown" are missing a period on "Bros" in the game name due to GilvaSunner making the same error.

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