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Title screen.

Status: Lost

Super Mario World: Mario Attack is a redemption arcade game developed by Banpresto in 1996 based on the 1990 SNES game Super Mario World.

Gameplay

The gameplay involves landing Mario on items of different value in medals.

Availability

The arcade game was only released in Japan and no ROM has been dumped to the internet.

Gallery

See Also