Nintendo has announced the next batch of games coming to the Game Boy Advance library for Nintendo Switch Online and Expansion Pack subscribers, and it’s Mario all the time. The first three games in the Super Mario Advance series will be added to the collection a week later, on Friday, May 26.

Between the three are two of the greatest platform games—that’s two of the greatest games—of all time. Super Mario Advance 2 Super Nintendo brought the classic edition Super Mario World ACCEPT, then Super Mario Advance 3 did the same for its brilliant, funny and completely different sequel, Yoshi’s Island. They’re perfect conversions and nice to have, though both are playable in their original versions (without an Expansion Pack membership) on Switch Online’s SNES collection.

First Super Mario Advance not of the same god level, though it’s a more interesting release. It was a rerun of much misery in 2001 Super Mario Bros. 2An interesting NES game about throwing vegetables from 1988. Doki Doki PanicIt was made when the American market was opposed to Nintendo’s original Super Mario Bros. continuation. The Super Mario Advance version beautifully updated its graphics and marked the beginning of a critical turnaround in the game and its charmingly quirky gameplay. Again, the original NES version is already available with a basic Switch Online membership, but in this case the GBA remake is the one to play.

Three games combined Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 To round out the availability of the Super Mario Advance series on Nintendo Switch Online.

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