The player controls Mario and must destroy objects including ladders, columns, bombs and blocks using Mario's hammer. However, Mario must dodge several enemies as well, and cannot jump on them like in other games. A second player could play as Luigi, who is, oddly, dressed in purple. The Japanese version of the game allowed players to save their level designs using a cassette player. Since the peripheral was not released in the US, saving was not possible. However, the option was kept in the game, hinting that a similar peripheral would be released in the US, but it was never released. The Virtual Console version, released in Europe and Australia on August 24, 2007, and North America on November 19, featured saving support for level designs.
|Dr. Mario • Donkey Kong • Donkey Kong 3 • Donkey Kong Classics • Donkey Kong Jr. • Donkey Kong Jr. + Jr. Math Lesson • Donkey Kong Jr. Math • Golf • Mario Bros. • Mario is Missing! • Mario's Time Machine • NES Open Tournament Golf • Nintendo World Championships 1990 • Pinball • Super Mario Bros. • Super Mario Bros. 2 • Super Mario Bros. 3 • Wario's Woods • Wrecking Crew • Yoshi • Yoshi's Cookie|
|Family Computer games|
|All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. • Famicom Grand Prix: F-1 Race • Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally • Family Computer Golf: Japan Course • Family Computer Golf: U.S. Course • I Am a Teacher: Super Mario Sweater • Kaettekita Mario Bros. • Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels • Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic|