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Super Mario Clothing, Accessories & Figures

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Super Star Icon Light

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Who is the Super Mario character and what is his story?

Super Mario is one of the most famous characters in the world of video games and belongs to the world of Nintendo. It was created by Japanese game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and makes its first appearance in the game "Donkey Kong" in 1981.


The Super Mario character has appeared in countless games, the most famous being the "Super Mario Bros." Super Mario's story is embedded in many of these games, and takes place in the fictional world of the Mushroom Kingdom.


Mario is a plumber from Brooklyn, New York, and his name was originally Jumpman. The story often progresses when the evil Queen Bowser kidnaps Princess Peach, and Mario must rescue her. On his way to the rescue, Mario goes through different levels, faces enemies and collects power-ups like Super Mushrooms and Fire Flowers that give him extra abilities.


Super Mario has established himself as an icon of the video game industry and has influenced generations of gamers worldwide. Its game series continues with new releases and continues to be one of Nintendo's mainstays.

What are the main game series that include Super Mario?

The Super Mario character has been featured in many game series, making him one of the most recognizable characters in the video game world. Some of the main game series featuring Super Mario include:


  1. Super Mario Bros. Series: The original series that started with the game "Super Mario Bros." in 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The series includes many subsequent games such as "Super Mario Bros. 2," "Super Mario Bros. 3," and many more.
  2. Super Mario 3D Series: Series of games that includes titles such as "Super Mario 64," "Super Mario Sunshine," "Super Mario Galaxy," "Super Mario 3D Land," "Super Mario 3D World," and more.
  3. Super Mario RPG Series: Includes "Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars" and "Paper Mario." These games combine action with RPG elements.
  4. New Super Mario Bros. Series: Series of games that combines classic 2D design with modern graphics. Includes games like "New Super Mario Bros." and "New Super Mario Bros. U."
  5. Mario Kart Series: Kart racing series featuring Super Mario and other characters from the Mushroom Kingdom.
  6. Mario Party Series: Party games that bring together many players for various mini-games and activities.

These are some of the main game series that include Super Mario. In addition, the character has appeared in several other games and spin-offs.

What were the first Super Mario games and how did they evolve over time?

The first game starring Super Mario was "Donkey Kong," released in 1981. In "Donkey Kong," Mario (then known as Jumpman) must rescue Pauline from Donkey Kong, a giant monkey who has kidnaps. This game was crucial to the emergence of Mario's character.


The next major game was "Super Mario Bros.," released in 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). This game established the character of Mario as one of the biggest figures in the world of video games. In "Super Mario Bros.," Mario must rescue Princess Peach from the evil Bowser by going through a series of challenging levels.


The "Super Mario" series has continued to evolve over time and includes many classic games, including:

Super Mario Bros. 2 (1988): The second release in the series with new characters and gameplay elements.

Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988): One of the most beloved games in the series with new power-ups and more levels.


The series was then expanded to 3D sizes with games such as "Super Mario 64" (1996) and "Super Mario Sunshine" (2002). The series continues to innovate with each new release, including "Super Mario Galaxy," "Super Mario 3D Land," and "Super Mario Odyssey," among others. The success of Super Mario has established the character as one of the greatest heroes in the world of video games.

How has Super Mario affected the video game industry?

Super Mario has influenced the video game industry on many levels and has left a significant and lasting imprint. Here are some ways Super Mario has impacted the industry:


  1. Gameplay Innovation: The first "Super Mario Bros." introduced many innovations to the gameplay, such as scrolling, warp pipes, power-ups and secret levels. These concepts set standards for how games are designed and played.
  2. Extending System Lifespans: The successes of the Super Mario games have contributed to the success of the systems they are released on. For example, the NES became especially popular because of "Super Mario Bros.," while the Nintendo 64, GameCube, Wii and other systems have seen success thanks to Super Mario titles.
  3. Creating Culture: Super Mario has become an icon and a recognizable character, with his distinctive mustache and red cap synonymous with video games around the world. Super Mario has created a global culture around the video game space.
  4. Variety of Achievements and Influences: The Super Mario series includes many different genres of games, from platformers to 3D games, from kart games to role-playing games. This variety has influenced the industry, encouraging innovation on several levels.

Overall, Super Mario has greatly contributed to the growth, identity and shaping of the video game industry and remains a powerful force in the space.