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Title screen of Week 3.

Status: Partially Lost

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 majority extra contents,[1] including new cutscene, new Toad's house, new world map, and more. It has four weeks:

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

Currently, only the ROM of Week 3 was found, and later discovered there are Week 2's data in the ROM. You can watch footage of Week 1 here.

Gallery

Footage of Week 1.
More footage of Week 1.

See Also

External Link

Reference