Decades after the game’s original release, fans have been able to get their hands on the prototype map of Super Mario World.
You might remember a Nintendo “gigaleak” game that was shot between 2018 and 2020. A lot of information about previously released games has been revealed, including prototypes, source code, and much more.
This is where the Super Mario World prototype map comes from. When it was originally spotted in a Nintendo leak, damaged graphics prevented us from seeing what the layout actually looked like. However, hacker and researcher codfish1002 has since been able to fix the issues with Map-B, which gives us a look at a map that was created in 1989. Twitter user MrTalida passed along the image.
Here is a look:
Note that the image above is just a graphical layout file. Since no level data is involved, it’s not something that can actually be played.
Despite it being quite old at this point, a great deal of news about Super Mario World has been shared over the years. Other than what was learned from ‘gigaleak’, a translation prototype was shared a few months ago – we’ve got more on that here.
Super Mario World was originally released in 1990 in Japan and the following year in North America. If you have a Nintendo Switch Online subscription, you can play it on your current Nintendo console right now.
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