Super Mario 2: The Lost Levels

I have an uncle who is a bit younger than my parents, he also had his only son later than most.  So, when I was a kid, he only had me and my two sisters to spoil.  One year, he bought us a Nintendo.  I was ten, and had never heard of the thing.  The system came with, as you know, Super Mario Bros.  We played that game for years until all the blowing in the world would not make it light up for us.  It took me a long time to finally finish world 8-4, but when I did, I felt like a video game master.  Then of course I found out about the sequels, Mario 2 & 3.    Mario 2 was fun, but in a commie kind of way.  There’s no time limits, no score…and the story line was really off.  Then came Mario 3, which is the reason I was most excited about getting a Wii.

I knew after these three titles there were other Mario games.  I just cannot wrap my head around anything larger than 8-bit.  Then, today, as I was bumming around the house and shuffling through the titles available from the NES system downloadable on the Wii.  I saw the greatest electronic related thing I have seen since 1990.



Right now you are laughing at me and thinking fondly of that time in the 1990’s when you heard of this game.  And to you I say:  Why didn’t you tell me earlier?

Turns out, the game was created for the Mario nerds who found Super Mario Bros. too easy.  However, it was deemed too hard to travel overseas from Japan to the US.  That’s right, we love our video games, but let us be able to beat them with our soft bodies and simple brains!

super-mario-bros-the-lost-levels-2The game is very similar with enemies and such, just more difficult.

I bought it today for 600 Wii points.   Yes, six dollars to help me stay frustrated for the next several months or years.  I cannot wait.

After discovering this amazement, I turned into super-geek and watched videos of the game on YouTube.  I looked up cheats.  I read about the differences in Mario and Luigi’s abilities.

Take a look at this long video of some other nerd who beat the game to level 8 in eleven minutes.</clor

Also, apparently if you beat the game 8 times in a row, you are allowed to proceed to levels A-D.  So, this game should last me until 2013 when I finally beat every last part of it.   I am going to need to buy those terrifically comfortable floor chairs again….and lots of Cheetos.

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7 Responses to Super Mario 2: The Lost Levels

  1. Good Luck. I’ve assumed you’ve come across those youtube vids with the hacked level with just a giant pit. There’s only one platform and you’re forced to die.

    Cut to 8 minutes of this guy yelling “WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS?!” in some heavy middle eastern accent.

  2. kristiane says:

    I have not, now I have another something to search!

  3. Billy says:

    This is and will always be my most favorite game of all times. Thank you for posting this.
    See? We think totally a like.

  4. kristiane says:

    Yeah, we are long lost identical twins that somehow ended up as male and female….or something else less weird. I’ll see how well the Wii packs up and we’ll play in the cabin next summer 🙂

  5. christopoher says:

    game hint: if you beat the game without warping (or saving and quitting on the snes version) you will proceed to world 9. just a little extra goodie i unlocked without any prior knowledge of. just thought i’d pass this info on to you and anyone who reads this and didn’t already know about this mysterious but fun little game cheat

  6. Ameen says:

    I Have The Super Famicom Version And I Have Played It Also I Beat Worlds 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, & 8, Without Warping

  7. jami says:


    I have heard of the game along time ago & I just recently got it on the wii! Now my question is does any one know where I could get the cartridge game? I would like to get it & add it to my collection!

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