All Playlists \rPlease like and dont forget to subscribe! :)! \r\rSuper Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, known in Japan as Super Mario Bros. 2 and as Super Mario Bros. For Super Players in Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, is a platforming video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Family Computer Disk System. First released in Japan on June 3, 1986, it is the direct sequel to Super Mario Bros.. The developers have stated it was not, in fact, the original planned sequel; the original sequel was a prototype game that was eventually released somewhat unfinished in Japan as Doki Doki Panic. Due to the games high difficulty and similarity to its predecessor, Nintendo of America chose instead to hire the Japanese developers to finish off and release this original designed Mario 2 prototype, which has resulted in some confusion amongst fans as to which was the real Mario 2, some siding with the former and others with the latter.\r\rA full remake, entitled Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, was included as part of the Super Mario All-Stars collection for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). More recently, the original Disk System version was made available as a download (including North America and PAL regions) for the Wii Virtual Console as of 2007 and the 3DS Virtual Console as of 2012. Unlike the 16-bit SNES version, the Virtual Console version is the original Disk System version with all its original subtitles (although like Super Mario Bros., the original game was already entirely in English) without the loading screen.\r\rThe premise of the game is identical to Super Mario Bros.: Bowser has abducted Princess Toadstool (Peach) and is holding her captive in one of his castles. Either Mario or Luigi must navigate through the Mushroom Kingdom, overcome Bowsers henchmen, and rescue the Princess. The game uses the same game engine as its predecessor and is quite similar in visual style. It is intended to challenge players who have mastered the original Super Mario Bros.