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Super Mario Bros 1 SMAS - NESised

Hack of Super Mario All-Stars

Description:

Since I was sick of seeing grass in world 1-1 where bricks should be I put together a hack to change several of the graphics of SMB1 in Super Mario All-Stars. It changes them to graphics which are much closer to what they were in the 8-bit game. The backgrounds have not been touched. The ROM needs to be unheadered.

Note that since Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels shares graphics with SMB that game will be affected as well. This game has not been tested to see if the changes remain throughout that game.

Note: The hack can be used with the SMAS SMB/Lost Levels Brick Fix hack if this patch is first applied to a non-headered SNES ROM. Then a header must be added to the ROM using a tool such as NSRT 3.4 Windows. After that, the SMAS SMB/Lost Levels Brick Fix patch can be applied. From there, it is optional to remove the header once again.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • File Name: Super Mario All-Stars (U) [!].smc
  • CRC32: 925637c7
  • MD5: 53c038150ba00d5f8d8574b4d36283f2
  • SHA-1: c05817c5b7df2fbfe631563e0b37237156a8f6b6
  • SHA-256: a9e3e57d591e995e8e0dd228b619b6aed42205eaf55316fa8ff33f236b3a32b3

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
hiro1112Hacking

User Review Information

A Throwback to the Early Days of Gaming

Reviewed By: Josephine Lithius on 21 Dec 2009

I’ll be brief.

This patch may not look like much. In fact, it isn’t much. But there-in lies the beauty of the patch! Rather than changing a vast many graphic or removing the backgrounds, the author decided to instead simply change some minor things here and there. The patch does exactly what it sets out to do: return Super Mario Bros. in Super Mario All-Stars to its roots by altering many graphics that were changed in the transition from the NES to the Super NES back to their original NES ones, though much prettier. If the grass in World 1-1 or the strange bricks in the world castles bugged you as much as it did Deespence2929 – and I know it bugged me! – then this patch is for you!

Now if only it worked with the Brick Fix Patch and Super Mario All-Stars + World

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
looks promising but falls flatpocket10 Dec 20191.1No
Quality work!Commander Queso18 Mar 20191.1Yes
A Throwback to the Early Days of GamingJosephine Lithius21 Dec 2009N/AYes