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* Donkey Kong (Arcade) - The first game to feature Mario, although at this point he is named Jumpman.
* Donkey Kong (Game & Watch, ColeoVision) - The very first game with Mario, who was a carpenter trying to rescue his girlfriend from an evil ape.
* Donkey Kong Jr. (Arcade, Game & Watch) - Mario is the opponent in this one, and it is up to Donkey Kong Jr. to rescue his father.
* Donkey Kong 2 (Game & Watch)
* Mario's Cement Factory (Game & Watch)
* Mario's Bombs Away (Game & Watch)
* Mario Bros. (Arcade) - Introduced Luigi, it featured 2-player simultaneous play.
* Pinball (NES) - Bonus Area (along with Pauline, from Donkey Kong (arcade game))
* Super Mario Bros. (Famicom/NES) - First scrolling platformer. 32 KB of program; 8 KB of graphics. According to the Guinness Book of World Records , SMB is the best-selling game of all time. Charactes like Toad, Peach, Bowser, Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Bullet Bill, Cheep Cheep, Blooper and the Piranha Plant are introduced.
* Wrecking Crew (Famicom/NES) - Mario is the protagonist, but gameplay is unrelated to other Mario games. Many NES games featured Mario as a character, even though the game may not have fit the theme of the series.
* Golf (NES) - Mario's first foray into golf. He must have made some spare money in his blue collar jobs.
* Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (Famicom) - Released initially in Japan on the Famicom Disk System as Super Mario Bros. 2, this used a slightly modified version of the original SMB engine with much harder levels. The Lost Levels title was created when this game was brought to the U.S. in Super Mario All-Stars, without the 2. Nintendo did not believe that it would sell well in the US, as the game was voted "too hard" by 94% of a survey of 250 Americans, and the game wasn't seen in America until the SNES release.
* Super Mario Bros. Special - A flick-screen version of Super Mario Bros. with all new levels, which was released for the NEC PC88 series.
* Vs. Super Mario Bros. (Arcade) - A mixture of the original SMB and The Lost Levels that ran on the arcade VS Unisystem. Powerups and solution to mazes (e.g. 4-4) have been moved, and more enemies have been added thanks to new flicker-reduction programming, along with other bugfixes.
* All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. (Famicom) - Japan only. A version of the original Super Mario Bros. game with graphics changed to feature radio personalities from a popular Japanese radio station.
* Super Mario Bros. 2 / Super Mario Bros. USA (NES) - Released at first in markets outside of Japan, this is a modified version of a Japanese game called Doki Doki Panic with some of the graphics replaced by Mario-themed graphics. This game tends to be overlooked by some Mario fans as being the runt; some of the characters introduced in this game have now become staples of the Mario world, including Bob-ombs, Snifits, Pokey the Cactus, Birdo, and Shy Guys.
* Return of Mario Bros. - sequel to Mario Bros.; Japan only
* Super Mario Land (Game Boy) - Game Boy game with tiny graphics; gameplay quite similar to SMB1.
* Super Mario Bros. 3 (Famicom/NES) - Mario gains several new abilities, including the first appearance of his ability to fly. Also of note is that this is the best selling video game that was not bundled with a console. 
* Dr. Mario (NES & Game Boy) - Puzzle game with mechanics similar to Tetris and Columns.
* Mario the Juggler (Game & Watch)
* Super Mario World (Super Famicom/SNES) - Mario's first Super NES game and Yoshi's first game
* Mario Teaches Typing (PC)
* NES Open Tournament Golf (NES)
* Mario & Yoshi (Game Boy)
* Super Mario Bros. & Friends: When I Grow Up (PC)
* Super Mario USA - Japanese release of Super Mario Bros. 2. (Famicom) - Japan only.
* Yoshi (Gameboy, NES)
* Super Mario Kart (Super Famicom/SNES) - Go-kart racing.
* Mario Paint (SNES)
* Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (Game Boy) - Wario, one of Mario's rivals, is introduced.
* Hotel Mario (CD-i) - game by Philips
* Mario Teaches Typing (PC) - educational game by Interplay
* Yoshi's Cookie (NES, Game Boy, SNES)
* Mario Is Missing! (SNES, NES and PC) - Educational game, Luigi must restore artifacts to landmarks of famous cities around the world and defeat Bowser to save Mario. North America only
* Mario's Time Machine (SNES and NES) - Educational game, Mario must restore historical artifacts to their proper time and place (and in the NES version, save Yoshi). North America only
* Mario and Wario (Super Famicom) - Japan only
* Super Mario All-Stars (Super Famicom/SNES) (in Japan, Super Mario Collection) - collection of original SMB, SMB: The Lost Levels (SMB2 in Japan), SMB2 (SMUSA in Japan), and SMB3, with enhanced graphics and sound.
* Mario's Early Years! Fun with Letters (SNES) North America only
* Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers (SNES) North America only
* Mario's Early Years! Preschool Fun (SNES) North America only
* Yoshi's Safari (Super Famicom/SNES) - The game functions with the SNES Super Scope parential.
* Donkey Kong '94 First Super Game Boy game with about 100 levels.
* Tetris & Dr. Mario (SNES)
* Super Mario All-Stars & World (Super Famicom/SNES) Only released bundled with Super NES consoles in 1994, this update to Super Mario All-Stars added a slightly enhanced version of Super Mario World.
* Mario's Tennis (Virtual Boy) - pack-in for Virtual Boy
* Mario Clash (Virtual Boy)
* Mario's Picross (Game Boy)
* Mario's Super Picross (Super Famicom) - Japan only.
* Undake 30 Same Game (Super Famicom) - Japan only.
* Mario Excite Bike - (Super Famicom Satellaview) Japan only.
* Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (Super Famicom/SNES) - The player plays this game as Yoshi rather than Mario (as in most of the series), and carries Baby Mario around on his back.
* Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (Super Famicom/SNES) - The first RPG to feature Mario. It used prerendered graphics to appear to be 3D.
* Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64) - First Mario platform game for the Nintendo 64. Also Mario's first appearance in true 3D. In addition to characters it featured 3D items for the first time, such as the Green Block.
* Mario Kart 64 (Nintendo 64)
* Mario's Picross 2 (Game Boy) - Japan only.
* Game & Watch Gallery (Game Boy)
* Game & Watch Gallery 2 (Game Boy)
* Mario Teaches Typing 2 (PC)
* Mario's FUNdamentals (PC)
* Wrecking Crew '98 (Super Famicom) - Japan only.
* Donkey Kong 64 (Nintendo 64) - Mario (AKA Jumpman) appears in the original Donkey Kong standup arcade console in the area called Frantic Factory.
* Super Mario Bros. DX (Game Boy Color) - Game Boy Color port of original SMB; contains extra goals, Game Boy Printer pictures, and a hidden SMB2:LL.
* Game & Watch Gallery 3 (Game Boy Color)
* Mario Golf (Game Boy Color, Nintendo 64)
* Super Smash Bros. (Nintendo 64)
* Mario Party (Nintendo 64)
* Mario Tennis (Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color 2001) - not related to VB game. Introduced Waluigi.
* Mario Party 2 (Nintendo 64)
* Paper Mario (Nintendo 64)
* Mario Party 3 (Nintendo 64) - noted for confusion between Mario Party 3's box art and that of the original Mario Party; the original had a die showing a number 3 below the word "PARTY" on the box. Also noted for same initials as MPEG audio layer 3, as the press release points out.
* Mario Kart Super Circuit (Game Boy Advance) - Kart gaming
* Super Mario Advance (Game Boy Advance) - pixel-perfect port of Super Mario Bros. 2 from Super Mario All-Stars, featuring voice samples and a save feature, plus an upgrade of the original Mario Bros.
* Luigi's Mansion (GameCube) - Mario is the man you must save in this "Ghostbusters-esque" title.
* Super Smash Bros. Melee (GameCube) - A totally revamped version of SSB with a new Final Fight-style side-scrolling brawler; this was also the first game featuring Mario to be given a "T" (Teen) rating from the ESRB
* Dr. Mario 64 (Nintendo 64)
* Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 (Game Boy Advance) - Slight update of SMW for the Game Boy Advance.
* Super Mario Sunshine (GameCube) - First Mario platform game for Nintendo's GameCube
* Mario Party 4 (GameCube)
* Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 (Game Boy Advance) - Slight update of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island for the Game Boy Advance, with voice added in for Yoshi and extra levels.
* Game & Watch Gallery 4 (Game Boy Advance)
* Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 (Game Boy Advance) - Update of SMB3, with new levels and items to unlock with the use of the Card e-Reader.
* Mario Party 5 (GameCube)
* Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (GameCube) New features include 2-drivers system, and the support of 16 players playing at the same time, using GameCube's LAN feature. Introduced Toadette.
* Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga (Game Boy Advance) - Mario's third RPG.
* Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (GameCube)
* Mario vs. Donkey Kong (Game Boy Advance)
* Mario Golf: Advance Tour (Game Boy Advance)
* Super Mario Bros. (Classic NES Series) (Game Boy Advance)
* Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (GameCube) Sequel to Paper Mario.
* Mario Pinball Land (Game Boy Advance)
* Dr. Mario (Classic NES Series) (Game Boy Advance)
* Mario Power Tennis (GameCube)
* Super Mario 64 DS (Nintendo DS) New version of Super Mario 64, in which Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Yoshi are all playable characters. This is the first Mario game for the Nintendo DS.
* Mario Party 6 (GameCube)
* Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes Mario made a cameo appearance as a statue on top of Otacon's (Hal Emmerich) file cabinet.
* Mario Party Advance (Game Boy Advance)
* Mario Superstar Baseball (GameCube)
* Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix (GameCube)
* Mario Party 7 (GameCube) (November 7, 2005)
* Mario Kart DS (Nintendo DS) (November 14, 2005)
* Mario Tennis: Power Tour (Game Boy Advance) (December 5, 2005)
* Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (Nintendo DS) (November 28, 2005)
* Super Mario Strikers (GameCube) (December 5, 2005)
* Mario Kart Arcade GP (Arcade) (December 5, 2005(Japanese Version),19 November 2005(International Version))
* Dr. Mario & Puzzle League (Game Boy Advance)
* New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo DS) (April 3, 2006)
* Super Princess Peach (Nintendo DS) (Feburary 27, 2006) (Released in Japan)
* Super Mario 128 (Nintendo Revolution) (to be released)
* Super Smash Bros. Revolution (Nintendo Revolution) (to be released)
* Mario Basket 3on3 (Nintendo DS) (to be released)