|Mario's Time Machine (NES)|
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- This guide is for the NES port. For the original version of this game for MS-DOS and SNES, see Mario's Time Machine.
Mario's Time Machine is an educational platformer originally released for MS-DOS and then for the NES and SNES. The Software Toolworks both developed and published the MS-DOS and Super NES versions in 1993, while the NES version was developed by Radical Entertainment and published by Nintendo in 1994. The MS-DOS version was re-released as Mario's Time Machine Deluxe in 1996.
Mario's Time Machine is one of several educational Mario video games that were released during the early 1990s; the game focuses on teaching human history. While the gameplay and engine varies between the three different versions, the story is roughly the same: the player assumes the role of Mario, who uses a time machine to return various artifacts, which had been stolen by Bowser, to their correct points in time.
Table of Contents
Action (platform): Super Mario Bros. · Super Mario Bros. 2 (Japan) (The Lost Levels) · Super Mario Bros. 2 · Super Mario Bros. 3
· Super Mario World · Super Mario All-Stars (+ Super Mario World) · Yoshi's Island
· Super Mario Land · 6 Golden Coins · Super Princess Peach · Super Mario Maker
· Super Mario Run
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· Luigi's Mansion · Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
· Super Mario 3D Land · Super Mario 3D World
Pinball: Mario Pinball Land
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