History and Series based on the game Mario:-
Everyone favorite game and famous one game of Mario’s first arrival on the Game Boy came in action in place of Sarasaland. In 1980, Nintendo of America (NOA) released and NOA was preparing the game for an American release, they renamed Jumpman to “Mario” after Mario Segale and this series go on ahead:-
1989: Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES)
The best-selling game of all time. Mario searches the Mushroom World for Bowser who has kidnapped Princess Toadstool, again.
1991: Super Mario World (SNES)
Mario’s first appearance on the Super NES. Bowser has kidnapped Princess Toadstool (sound familiar?) and Mario travels through Dinosaur Land to rescue her. Super Mario World introduces us to Yoshi, spawning spin-off games riding on his popularity.
1993: Super Mario All-Stars (SNET)
SMB, SMB2, and SMB3 receive 16-bit updates as part of this compilation cartridge. The other game included, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, is the first North American release of Super Mario Bros. 2 (Japanese version), originally released for the Famicom Disk System in 1986. It, too, received the 16-bit treatment for All-Stars.
1995: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island (SNES)
In this game a gang of Yoshis helps baby Mario to find his brother Luigi, who was kidnapped by Baby Bowser’s henchmen. Powered by the FX² chip, this was arguably the best 2-D platform game ever made.
1996: Super Mario 64 (N64)
Mario frolics through various 3-D worlds to save the kidnapped Princess Peach Toadstool.
2002: Super Mario Sunshine (GCN)
Mario and Yoshi reunite to clean up Isle Delfino and rescue Peach once again.
2007: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii/NDS)
Opposing mascots Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog finally go head-to-head… at the Beijing Olympics.
2007: Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)
This time, Bowser takes Peach away into outer space, forcing Mario to explore planets big and small. Galaxy’s innovative gravity system was one factor behind its critical acclaim.