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-As depicted in ''​[[Super Mario World 2: Yoshi'​s Island|Super Mario World 2: Yoshi'​s Island]]'',​ the stork that delivered Mario and his slightly younger twin brother, Luigi, came from the [[Mushroom Kingdom]]. A powerful [[magikoopa]] named [[Kamek]] traveled back in time to when the twins were still babies, to try to prevent their constant thwarting of [[Bowser, King of the Koopa]]. ​ He attacked the [[stork]] that was carrying the twins, but he only managed to kidnap Luigi, while Mario fell down to [[Yoshi Island]], where the [[Yoshis]] rescued him, and later rescued his brother, returning them to their parents. ​ In ''​[[Yoshi'​s New Island]]'',​ the couple claims that they are not the parents of the babies, so the stork returns to take them to their real parents. Once again, Kamek tries to kidnap the babies, but only manages to capture Luigi, while Mario falls down to [[Egg Island]]. A group of Yoshis on the island rescue him, then manage to rescue Luigi and take both babies to their real parents. In ''​[[Yoshi'​s Island DS]]'',​ Kamek decides to take things further and kidnaps all of the babies in the world. [[Yoshi]], Baby Mario, [[Peach (Princess Toadstool)|Baby Peach]], and the stork team up to rescue the babies and return them to their parents.+As depicted in ''​[[Super Mario World 2: Yoshi'​s Island|Super Mario World 2: Yoshi'​s Island]]'',​ the stork that delivered Mario and his slightly younger twin brother, Luigi, came from the [[Mushroom Kingdom]]. A powerful [[magikoopa]] named [[Kamek]] traveled back in time to when the twins were still babies, to try to prevent their constant thwarting of [[Bowser, King of the Koopa]]. ​ He attacked the [[stork]] that was carrying the twins, but he only managed to kidnap Luigi, while Mario fell down to [[Yoshi Island]], where the [[Yoshis]] rescued him, and later rescued his brother, returning them to their parents. ​ In ''​[[Yoshi'​s New Island]]'',​ the couple claims that they are not the parents of the babies, so the stork returns to take them to their real parents. Once again, Kamek tries to kidnap the babies, but only manages to capture Luigi, while Mario falls down to [[Egg Island]]. A group of Yoshis on the island rescue him, then manage to rescue Luigi and take both babies to their real parents. In ''​[[Yoshi'​s Island DS]]'',​ Kamek decides to take things further and kidnaps all of the babies in the world. [[Yoshi]], Baby Mario, [[Princess Toadstool ​Peach|Baby Peach]], and the stork team up to rescue the babies and return them to their parents.
  
 ===Donkey Kong series=== ===Donkey Kong series===
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-In ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ the twin plumbers travel to the Mushroom Kingdom. There, they traveled across eight worlds to rescue [[PeachPrincess Toadstool]] ​of the Mushroom Kingdom, ​from Bowser, the Koopa King. They would do this again in ''​[[VS. Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels|Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels]]'',​ and ''​[[All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ with each new quest becoming harder than the last. In ''​[[Game & Watch Super Mario Bros.|Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.]]''​ and ''​[[Super Mario Bros. Special]]'',​ Mario traveled across eight worlds to rescue Peach without help from his brother. Mario and Luigi got in a brotherly spat during the [[Family Computer Disk System]] intro, as each hit the light switch that changed the color of the logo. Mario became a boxing referee in ''​[[Punch-Out Featuring Mr. Dream|Mike Tyson'​s Punch-Out!!]]''​ He became an F-1 racer in [[Famicom Grand Prix F1 Race|Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race]] and [[Famicom Grand Prix II 3D Hot Rally|Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally]] He went to the dream world of [[Subcon]], in ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ with Luigi, Peach and [[Toad]], ​ traveling across seven worlds to save the [[Subcons]] from the evil [[Wart]], who corrupted the Subcon'​s dream machine. In ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]'',​ Mario and Luigi travel across the Mushroom Kingdom, defeat Bowser'​s [[Koopalings]] in seven worlds, restore the seven transformed kings to their true forms, then finally defeat Bowser and rescue Peach. In ''​[[I Am a Teacher Super Mario Sweater|I Am a Teacher: Super Mario Sweater]]'',​ Mario designs sweaters. In ''​[[Nintendo Tetris|Tetris]]'',​ after level 9, height 5 is completed in the B-type game, Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool, Donkey Kong, Bowser, [[Samus]], [[Link]] and [[Pit]] cheer as the score is totaled. Mario became a chair umpire again in ''​[[Game Boy Tennis|Tennis]]'',​ piloted the paddle in ''​[[Alleyway]]'',​ became a pitcher for the Bears in ''​[[Game Boy Baseball|Baseball]]'',​ and participated in ''​[[Qix]]''​ as the head of Team Mario against Team Luigi.+In ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ the twin plumbers travel to the Mushroom Kingdom. There, they traveled across eight worlds to rescue ​the Mushroom Kingdom'​s ​[[Princess Toadstool ​Peach|Princess Toadstool, Peach]] from Bowser, the Koopa King. They would do this again in ''​[[VS. Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels|Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels]]'',​ and ''​[[All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ with each new quest becoming harder than the last. In ''​[[Game & Watch Super Mario Bros.|Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.]]''​ and ''​[[Super Mario Bros. Special]]'',​ Mario traveled across eight worlds to rescue Peach without help from his brother. Mario and Luigi got in a brotherly spat during the [[Family Computer Disk System]] intro, as each hit the light switch that changed the color of the logo. Mario became a boxing referee in ''​[[Punch-Out Featuring Mr. Dream|Mike Tyson'​s Punch-Out!!]]''​ He became an F-1 racer in [[Famicom Grand Prix F1 Race|Famicom Grand Prix: F1 Race]] and [[Famicom Grand Prix II 3D Hot Rally|Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally]] He went to the dream world of [[Subcon]], in ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ with Luigi, Peach and [[Toad]], ​ traveling across seven worlds to save the [[Subcons]] from the evil [[Wart]], who corrupted the Subcon'​s dream machine. In ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 3]]'',​ Mario and Luigi travel across the Mushroom Kingdom, defeat Bowser'​s [[Koopalings]] in seven worlds, restore the seven transformed kings to their true forms, then finally defeat Bowser and rescue Peach. In ''​[[I Am a Teacher Super Mario Sweater|I Am a Teacher: Super Mario Sweater]]'',​ Mario designs sweaters. In ''​[[Nintendo Tetris|Tetris]]'',​ after level 9, height 5 is completed in the B-type game, Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool, Donkey Kong, Bowser, [[Samus]], [[Link]] and [[Pit]] cheer as the score is totaled. Mario became a chair umpire again in ''​[[Game Boy Tennis|Tennis]]'',​ piloted the paddle in ''​[[Alleyway]]'',​ became a pitcher for the Bears in ''​[[Game Boy Baseball|Baseball]]'',​ and participated in ''​[[Qix]]''​ as the head of Team Mario against Team Luigi.
  
 ===More sports, Dr. Mario, Super Mario, and educational games=== ===More sports, Dr. Mario, Super Mario, and educational games===
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 | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|Arcade]] \\ [[Nintendo Switch|Switch]] | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | [[Nintendo Z80 arcade games|Arcade]] \\ [[Nintendo Switch|Switch]]
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 | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet | style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Not yet
-| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | Emulated by [[Hamster]] as part of the [[Arcade Archives]] series on [[Nintendo Switch]] in 2018.+| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px; text-align:​center"​ | 
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