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-| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px;" | SNES: July 14, 1993 \\ Wii: October 21, 2010+| style="​border-style:​ solid; border-width:​ 1px;" | '''​SNES All-Stars'''​ \\ JP: July 14, 1993 \\ NA: August 1, 1993 \\ EU/AU: December 16, 1993 \\ '''​SNES All-Stars + World'''​ \\ NA: December 1994 \\ EU: 1995\\ '''​Wii Limited Edition'''​ \\ JP: October 21, 2010 \\ AU: December 2, 2010 \\ EU: December 3, 2010 \\ NA: December 12, 2010 
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-'''​Super Mario All-Stars'''​ (known in Japan as '''​スーパーマリオコレクション,​ Super Mario Collection'''​) is an enhanced port of four [[Super Mario series|Super Mario]] games, ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario USA]]'',​ and [[Super Mario Bros. 3.]]. It was released for the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] in 1993and was later released, through [[emulator|emulation]],​ on [[Wii]] as ''​Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition''​ in 2010. +'''​Super Mario All-Stars'''​ (known in Japan as '''​スーパーマリオコレクション,​ Super Mario Collection'''​) is an enhanced port of four [[Super Mario series|Super Mario]] games, ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels|Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels]]'',​ ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ and [[Super Mario Bros. 3.]]. It was released for the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] in 1993 and was later released in a compilation with ''​[[Super Mario World]]''​ as ''​Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World''​ in 1994. The original SNES version of ''​Super Mario All-Stars'' ​was later released, through [[emulator|emulation]],​ on [[Wii]] as ''​Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition''​ in 2010. 
  
 It contained the first release of ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ outside of Japan, where it was given the name ''​The Lost Levels''​. This was done to differentiate it from ''​Super Mario USA'',​ which was released as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ outside of Japan. It contained the first release of ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ outside of Japan, where it was given the name ''​The Lost Levels''​. This was done to differentiate it from ''​Super Mario USA'',​ which was released as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ outside of Japan.

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