- This page contains CodeBreaker cheat codes for Super Mario Advance 4 (USA). If you're playing on an emulator you can usually input codes very easily by accessing a tab off the top of the toolbar. Anyone playing on a physical Gameboy will need to purchase a physical Codebreaker device to use these codes. If you're using an emulator and still can't figure out how to setup these codes, you're in luck!
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- 8 Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 It’s somewhat unfortunate that this great game has such a nonsensically confusing name. Despite being the fourth Super Mario Advance game, it’s a remake of Super Mario Bros. 3 on the NES, and since it differs so much from the other games before it, it doesn’t come across like a sequel.
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Super Mario Advance
The Super Mario Advance series is a series of video game reissues released only on the Game Boy Advance. It is a successor to Super Mario Bros. Deluxe on the Game Boy Color. Each game contains one of the classic Mario sidescrollers, with improved graphics, sound, and additional features. Also, each game contains an updated version of the 1983 arcade game Mario Bros. which adds an extra POW Block near the top of the stage. The series finished in 2003 with four games, although New Super Mario Bros., the first original 2D platformer since 1992, was developed as a response to requests for Super Mario Advance 5.
Any game in the Super Mario Advance series can link up to other Game Boy Advances that also have any of the said four games. This allows two to four people to play a version of Mario Bros., with upgraded graphics, control, and sound. All players are Marios, but they wear different colored uniforms (red, yellow, green, and blue), though they still have the letter 'M' on their caps. Players can pick each other up and throw each other, though a grabbed player can escape another's grasp. In 'Classic Mode', the players cooperate in defeating the enemies like in the single player mode. In 'Battle Mode', the players start off as Super Marios and compete against each other to collect five coins first by defeating enemies or being the last one standing. An invincible, flame-throwing Bowser appears in bonus rounds.
If there are only two players in the Battle Mode, there will be a garbage can at the bottom. Players can be thrown in the garbage can. A player in the garbage can is stuck there for several seconds, putting them at a disadvantage, but they will come out with an item that may help them fight their rival. Players can receive a Koopa Shell, POW Block, Fish Skeleton, or an Egg. The Egg can yield either a coin, a Heart, or a Starman.
This version of Mario Bros. is also included in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.
Changes from the original games