The Super Mario World is a simulator game developed by Nintendo And Published by Nintendo Entertainment. The story follows the Mario Quest game which is saved by Princess Toadstool. This game was released on 21 November 1990 for different platforms.
Super Mario World Game Trailer
Super Mario World Gameplay
The Super Mario World is a side-scrolling platform and the player controls the Mario game. The game is the same as earlier in the super Mario series. The game introduces new elements running and jumping the player. It can also float with certain power. It can execute new spin with jump moves. This game has 96 levels. The player has two game screens and a side scrolling playfield. The Overworld map displays the current world has different paths leading from the castle.
The paths connect action and ghost houses and other map icons and it allows players with different routes. You have to move the on-screen character to an action panel and access playfield levels. The populated obstacle enemies involve the player running and jumping also defeating enemies. The player is given a number of lives and it continues the most successful castle by selecting the “Continue”. The majority game takes place with obstacles involving the player traversing and coming into contact with an enemy and getting crushed runs out of time. The player also battles castle in the seventh and final world.
The Super Mario World allows multiplayer to play games and it alternates turns and the first player controls Mario. The game introduced the ability to store an extra power up at the top centre on the screen and it gives Mario cape and the glide in the air.
Super Mario World Game System Requirements
- Operating System: Windows 7(64-bit)
- Processor: Intel Core i5
- Graphics Card: AMD Radeon Xpress 1200 Series
- RAM: 2 GB RAM
- Hard Disk Space: 8 GB