Terebi Denwa: Super Mario World (found Japanese arcade game; 1992)

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Terebi Denwa Super Mario World cabinet 01.jpg

Cabinet and title screen.

Status: Found

Date found: 14 Sep 2023

Found by: Phil Bennett

Terebi Denwa: Super Mario World is an arcade game that was released in 1992 by Banpresto.


The game consisted of the player being asked puzzle-based or action-based questions by Mario. Similar to other Terebi Denwa games by Banpresto, the player would listen to characters speak from a telephone-shaped speaker and answer questions by pressing numbered buttons.[1]


Terebi Denwa: Super Mario World was exclusive to Japan and for years its ROM file has never been distributed online. Most game screenshots and video footage are in low quality.

Although a cabinet is owned by Japanese YouTuber kikai / マリオガイド, it is currently broken.[2]

On September 14th, 2023, Phil Bennett announced on Twitter that he dumped the game onto MAME, though stating it wasn't working properly.[3]


Images from All Super Mario


Gameplay footage.

See Also

External links


  1. All Super Mario. Retrieved Retrieved 1 June '23.
  2. Tweet by kikai / マリオが好きなひと. Retrieved 1 June '23.
  3. Tweet by Phil Bennett Retrieved 18 Sept '23.