- Also Known As
- Super Mario Bros. 2 (JPN)
- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Release Date
- 1st May 2007, 500 points (JPN)
- 14th Sep 2007, 600 points (UK/EU)
- 1st Oct 2007, 600 points (USA)
- 25th Jul 2012, ¥500 (JPN)
- 27th Dec 2012, £4.49/€4.99 (UK/EU)
- 27th Dec 2012, $4.99 (USA)
Wii U eShop
- 8th Aug 2013, ¥500 (JPN)
- 23rd Jan 2014, £3.49 (UK/EU)
- 13th Mar 2014, $4.99 (USA)
- 3rd Jun 1986 (JPN)
- Mario Bros, Mario
- Controller Support
Wii U eShop / NES
Super Masochist Bros.
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels is the famously difficult, Japan-only sequel to the titular plumber's breakout NES hit, expanding on the original formula with deviously challenging level design and obstacles. Western audiences were instead given the comparatively easy 'Super Mario USA' (a re-skinned translation of Nintendo's...
3DS eShop / NES
Lost levels = lost sanity
It's a story so well known now that we'll just summarise it for you: what is now known as Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels was actually released in Japan as the sequel to enduring classic Super Mario Bros. Western gamers instead received the subconscious vegetable buffet that we more traditionally think of as Super Mario...
Virtual Console / NES
For the first time outside of Japan – experience the original sequel to the best-selling video game of all time!
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels is a bit of an oddity. "The Lost Levels" isn't even it's real title - This is actually the real version of Super Mario Bros. 2. Japan got this game (As SMB2), but when Nintendo realized...
About The Game
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels is a true video game treasure.
Released only in Japan, this sequel to the smash hit platformer was never brought to the west in its original NES version. Later released on Virtual Console for Wii, now you can experience this rare classic in all its 8-bit glory on your Nintendo 3DS.
The Lost Levels expands on Super Mario Bros. with tough new level designs, trickier enemies, and new features like fierce winds that blow Mario away. It's the ultimate challenge for any Mario fan. Are you up to the task?
Note: This game was added to Europe's Wii Shop on the 14th of September, 2007 as a temporarily available "collectors' item". It was then removed on the 1st of October, 2007. On the 22nd August 2008 it was made available permanently.