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BS Super Mario USA

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BS Super Mario USA

Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: St.GIGA
Platform: Satellaview
Released in JP: April 1996

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.

See, this is why game preservation is important.
This game is defunct.
Do note the game no longer works at all without modifications. This is most likely due to the game's servers being shut down. As a result, further official developments with the game are unlikely to happen.

BS Super Mario USA is a four-part downloadable version of the western Super Mario Bros. 2, released in Japan as Super Mario USA. This version is based on that of Super Mario All-Stars, with the addition of golden Mario Statues; collecting these fully refills the player's energy and awards a 1-Up, aside from raising the score. There are also unique cutscene graphics for this story (involving Birdo, Wart, other enemies, the Mario Statues, and the otherwise-unseen Subcon King and Commander), as well as photo portrait credits.

Super Mario Advance brought back the idea of points, and resurrected the Mario Statues as Yoshi Eggs.

To do:
Possibly more leftover graphics, like the warp screen, the ending, etc. BS Fire Emblem, BS Harvest Moon, and BS Dragon Quest all have leftover content from the SNES games they are based on, namely music and possibly other things (does BS Panel de Pon?).

Unused Graphics

During all four broadcasts, three adverts for BS Fuurai no Shiren appeared before the event password screen. (The female character is used twice.) These graphics remain in the circulating ROM dumps, but go unused; it is unclear how to trigger them.

Unused Music

All of the original SPC music tracks, aside from the death and warp jingles, were disabled in order to play SoundLink streamed audio. Setting RAM address 7E1DE2 to 01-13 will play any of the tracks from the SNES version.