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-'''​Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels'''​ was the direct sequel to ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]''​. It was released for the [[Nintendo ​Disk System]], only in Japan, as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ in 1986. It used the same engine as ''​Super Mario Bros.'',​ but it had several new gameplay elements that made it a much more challenging game. +'''​Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels'''​ was the direct sequel to ''​[[Super Mario Bros.]]''​. It was released for the [[Family Computer ​Disk System]], only in Japan, as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ in 1986. It used the same engine as ''​Super Mario Bros.'',​ but it had several new gameplay elements that made it a much more challenging game. 
  
 Originally, Nintendo thought the game was too challenging for American gamers and opted to convert ''​[[Dream Factory Doki Doki Panic|Dream Factory: Doki Doki Panic]]''​ into a Mario game instead. The result was ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ which was released in Japan as ''​Super Mario USA''​. When Japan'​s ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ eventually did make it to overseas markets, it was retitled ''​Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels''​ or ''​Super Mario Bros. For Super Players''​ to differentiate it from the game that was released in those markets as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​. Originally, Nintendo thought the game was too challenging for American gamers and opted to convert ''​[[Dream Factory Doki Doki Panic|Dream Factory: Doki Doki Panic]]''​ into a Mario game instead. The result was ''​[[Super Mario Bros. 2]]'',​ which was released in Japan as ''​Super Mario USA''​. When Japan'​s ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ eventually did make it to overseas markets, it was retitled ''​Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels''​ or ''​Super Mario Bros. For Super Players''​ to differentiate it from the game that was released in those markets as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​.
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-The game was first released as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ on the [[Family Disk System]] in 1986. It has since been brought to many different systems, both through traditional game ports and through [[emulator|emulation]]. It received an enhanced port for the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] as part of ''​[[Super Mario All-Stars]]''​ in 1993. Outside of Japan, it received the title ''​The Lost Levels''​ to differentiate it from ''​Super Mario Bros. 2'',​ which was released as ''​Super Mario USA''​ in Japan.+The game was first released as ''​Super Mario Bros. 2''​ on the [[Family ​Computer ​Disk System]] in 1986. It has since been brought to many different systems, both through traditional game ports and through [[emulator|emulation]]. It received an enhanced port for the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] as part of ''​[[Super Mario All-Stars]]''​ in 1993. Outside of Japan, it received the title ''​The Lost Levels''​ to differentiate it from ''​Super Mario Bros. 2'',​ which was released as ''​Super Mario USA''​ in Japan.
  
 It was ported to the [[Game Boy Color]] in 1999, as ''​Super Mario Bros. For Super Players'',​ as part of ''​[[Super Mario Deluxe]]''​. It was ported to the [[Game Boy Color]] in 1999, as ''​Super Mario Bros. For Super Players'',​ as part of ''​[[Super Mario Deluxe]]''​.

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