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Super Mario World - Part 1

Here is the first part of my first playthough of Super Mario World. Released in 1990 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the game follows Mario on his quest to save the princess from the evil Bower. Traveling though 7 main worlds and 2 extra world, Mario will overcome each of the 7 Koopa kids and difficult platforming challenges to save the princess and unlock all 96 exits.

This part covers Yoshi's Island through the end of the regular path of Vanilla Dome.

Part 2
Review


This covers the following Levels:

Yoshi's Island:
  • Yoshi's Island 1
  • Yellow Switch Palace
  • Yoshi's Island 2
  • Yoshi's Island 3
  • Yoshi's Island 4
  • Iggy's Castle
Donut Plains:

  • Donut Plains 1
  • Donut Plains 2
  • Green Switch Palace
  • Donut Ghost House
  • Donut Plains 3
  • Donut Plains 4
  • Top Secret Area
  • Donut Secret 1
  • Donut Secret 2
  • Donut Secret House
  • Morton's Castle


Vanilla Dome:
  • Vanilla Dome 1
  • Vanilla Dome 2
  • Red Switch Palace
  • Vanilla Ghost House
  • Vanilla Dome 3
  • Vanilla Dome 4
  • Vanilla Secret 1
  • Lemmy's Castle


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