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'''Super Mario World: Mario Attack''' is a redemption arcade game developed by Banpresto in 1996.  The gameplay involves landing Mario on items of different value in medals. It was only released in Japan and no ROM has been dumped.
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'''''Super Mario World: Mario Attack''''' is a redemption arcade game developed by Banpresto in 1996 based on the 1990 SNES game ''Super Mario World''.   
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==Gameplay==
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The gameplay involves landing Mario on items of different value in medals.  
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==Availability==
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The arcade game was only released in Japan and no ROM has been dumped to the internet.
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
{| class="wikitable" style="margin: auto;"
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<gallery mode=packed heights=175px>
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Smwattack cabinet.jpg|The machine.
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pySob67OVc|320x240|center}}
 
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<gallery mode=packed heights=150px>
 
Smwattack cabinet.jpg|The machine
 
 
Smwattack2.jpg
 
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Smwattack3.jpg
 
Smwattack3.jpg
 
</gallery>
 
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==See Also==
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*[[BS Super Mario Collection (partially lost Satellaview broadcast versions of compilation platformer; 1997-1998)]]
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*[[Mario Artist (lost builds of unreleased Nintendo 64DD games; 1999-2000)]]
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*[[Mario's Castle (lost build of cancelled game on Nintendo's "Project Atlantis" handheld console; existence unconfirmed; 1995-1998)]]
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*[[Mario Demo (lost Virtual Boy tech demo; 1994)]]
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*[[Mario's Face (lost Nintendo DS tech demo; 2004)]]
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*[[Mario Motors (lost build of unreleased Nintendo DS racer; early 2000s)]]
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*[[Mario Kart XXL (lost Game Boy Advance tech demo; 2004)]]
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*[[New Super Mario Bros. (lost early builds of Nintendo DS 2D platformer; 2004-2006)]]
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*[[New Super Mario Bros. Mii (lost Wii U tech demo; 2011)]]
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*[[Super Mario 128 (lost build of cancelled GameCube/Wii game; 2000-2006)]]
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*[[Super Mario 64 (partially found Spaceworld '95 demo of Nintendo 64 3D platformer; 1995)]]
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*[[Super Mario Bros. 3 (lost Japanese prototype of NES platformer; 1987-1988)]]
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*[[Super Mario Bros. (lost Commodore 64 port of NES platformer; existence unconfirmed; 1986)]]
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*[[Super Mario Disk Version aka "Super Mario 64DD" (found unreleased Nintendo 64DD port of 3D platformer; 1999)]]
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*[[Super Mario Kart R (partially found pre-release version of "Mario Kart 64"; 1995)]]
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*[[Super Mario RPG 2 (lost pre-release version of "Paper Mario" Nintendo 64 role-playing game; late 1990s)]]
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*[[Super Mario Spikers (lost build of cancelled Wii volleyball-wrestling sports game; 2007)]]
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*[[Super Mario's Wacky Worlds (found prototype of cancelled CD-i game; 1993)]]
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*[[Super Mario World (partially found early build of Super Nintendo platformer; 1989)]]
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*[[Super Paper Mario (lost build of unreleased original GameCube version of Wii side-scrolling platformer; 2006)]]
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[[Category:Lost video games]]
 
[[Category:Lost video games]]
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[[Category:Completely lost media]]

Latest revision as of 20:09, 18 December 2020

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Smwattack1.jpg

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