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 '''​BS Super Mario Collection (BSスーパーマリオコレクション)'''​ was a modified, partial release of ''​[[Super Mario All-Stars|Super Mario Collection]]'',​ the compilation known outside of Japan as ''​Super Mario All-Stars''​. ​ '''​BS Super Mario Collection (BSスーパーマリオコレクション)'''​ was a modified, partial release of ''​[[Super Mario All-Stars|Super Mario Collection]]'',​ the compilation known outside of Japan as ''​Super Mario All-Stars''​. ​
  
-It included five worlds from ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ six worlds from ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]'',​ and five worlds from ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ the latter of which was known as ''​The Lost Levels''​ outside of Japan. ''​Super Mario Bros.''​ and ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ now included a world map based ''​Super Mario Bros. 3''​.+It included five worlds from ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ six worlds from ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]'',​ and five worlds from ''​Super Mario Bros. 2'',​ the latter of which was known as ''​[[Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels|The Lost Levels]]''​ outside of Japan. ''​Super Mario Bros.''​ and ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ now included a world map based on ''​Super Mario Bros. 3''​.
  
-''​BS Super Mario Collection''​ was the companion game to ''​[[BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge]]'',​ a game that acted as the sequel to and included several worlds from ''​[[Super Mario USA]]'',​ the game known as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ outside of Japan.+''​BS Super Mario Collection''​ was the companion game to ''​[[BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge]]'',​ a game that acted as the sequel to and included several worlds from ''​Super Mario USA'',​ the game known as ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]''​ outside of Japan.
  
 ==Story== ==Story==
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 An Italian plumber named [[Mario]] has to travel across several worlds within the [[Mushroom Kingdom]], and collect power-ups to defeat enemies standing in his way, on his quest to rescue [[Peach (Princess Toadstool)|Princess Peach]] from [[Bowser, King of the Koopas|King Koopa]].  ​ An Italian plumber named [[Mario]] has to travel across several worlds within the [[Mushroom Kingdom]], and collect power-ups to defeat enemies standing in his way, on his quest to rescue [[Peach (Princess Toadstool)|Princess Peach]] from [[Bowser, King of the Koopas|King Koopa]].  ​
  
-On his first quest, Mario must travel across five worlds until he can utimately ​defeat King Koopa in his fortress. In this quest, he has access to power-ups that allow him to grow in size, shoot fireballs, or become invincible for a short amount of time.  ​+On his first quest, Mario must travel across five worlds until he can ultimately ​defeat King Koopa in his fortress. In this quest, he has access to power-ups that allow him to grow in size, shoot fireballs, or become invincible for a short amount of time.  ​
  
-On his second and third quest, he has to travel across three worlds each. To do so, he is given access to additional power-ups which allow him to perform actions such as flying for a short amount of timeor swimming more effectively. ​+On his second and third quest, he has to travel across three worlds each. To do so, he is given access to additional power-ups which allow him to perform actions such as flying for a short amount of time or swimming more effectively. ​
  
 Finally, he has to travel across five more worlds, once again only having access to the power-ups available on his first quest. However, this time he has to contend with a poisonous item that will shrink or kill him if he consumes it.  Finally, he has to travel across five more worlds, once again only having access to the power-ups available on his first quest. However, this time he has to contend with a poisonous item that will shrink or kill him if he consumes it. 
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 * Only worlds 1 through 5 were included from ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]''​. * Only worlds 1 through 5 were included from ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]''​.
 * Only worlds 1 through 6 were included from ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]''​. * Only worlds 1 through 6 were included from ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]''​.
-* ''​[[Super Mario USA]]''​ was not included due to the broadcast of ''​[[BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge]]''​.+* ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2|Super Mario USA]]''​ was not included due to the broadcast of ''​[[BS Super Mario USA Power Challenge]]''​.
 * The worlds that were included from ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]''​ and ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]''​ now have a world map in the style of ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]''​. * The worlds that were included from ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]''​ and ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]''​ now have a world map in the style of ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]''​.
 * On the map, a [[fire flower]] icon represents Nae's house (なえのいえ). This house is hosted by a singer and actress named Nae Yūki, who was a personality on the "All Night Nippon"​ radio program at the time. In Nae's house, if Mario is small or is Super Mario, it is possible to activate ghost mode (おばけモード). This allows Mario to become Fire Mario once he exits the house. However, it also disables the ability to participate in rankings. * On the map, a [[fire flower]] icon represents Nae's house (なえのいえ). This house is hosted by a singer and actress named Nae Yūki, who was a personality on the "All Night Nippon"​ radio program at the time. In Nae's house, if Mario is small or is Super Mario, it is possible to activate ghost mode (おばけモード). This allows Mario to become Fire Mario once he exits the house. However, it also disables the ability to participate in rankings.

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