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Quiz about Super Mario Domination
Quiz about Super Mario Domination

Super Mario Domination Trivia Quiz


He started out as the 'second banana' to a giant ape in the "Donkey Kong" arcade game in 1981 (as Jumpman), but soon became the face of the company. Can you match the "Super Mario" game on the right with the Nintendo console for which it was designed?

A matching quiz by reedy. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
reedy
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
412,111
Updated
Mar 19 23
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12
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(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. 1985 - Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)  
  Super Mario Advance
2. 1989 - Game Boy  
  Super Mario 64 DS
3. 1991 - Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)  
  Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
4. 1996 - Nintendo 64 (N64)  
  Super Mario Bros.
5. 1998 - Game Boy Color  
  Super Mario 64
6. 2001 - Game Boy Advance  
  Super Mario Galaxy
7. 2001 - GameCube  
  Super Mario Odyssey
8. 2004 - Nintendo DS  
  Super Mario Land
9. 2006 - Wii  
  Super Mario 3D Land
10. 2011 - Nintendo 3DS  
  Super Mario Sunshine
11. 2012 - Wii U  
  Super Mario World
12. 2017 - Nintendo Switch  
  New Super Mario Bros. U





Select each answer

1. 1985 - Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
2. 1989 - Game Boy
3. 1991 - Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
4. 1996 - Nintendo 64 (N64)
5. 1998 - Game Boy Color
6. 2001 - Game Boy Advance
7. 2001 - GameCube
8. 2004 - Nintendo DS
9. 2006 - Wii
10. 2011 - Nintendo 3DS
11. 2012 - Wii U
12. 2017 - Nintendo Switch

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. 1985 - Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

Answer: Super Mario Bros.

Marketed in North America as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), this console was first released in Japan in 1983 under the name Famicom, after which it was redesigned and released on the North American Market on October 18, 1985.

As for "Super Mario Bros.," the main character first appeared in the "Donkey Kong" arcade game in 1981, and then had his own title (with Luigi) with 1983's "Mario Bros." arcade game. With the release of the NES console, Mario took on a new and better existence, launching a video game franchise that has become one of the most popular, ever (second only to Pokémon). "Super Mario Bros." was officially released first in Japan (September 1985) for the Famicom console, but came out a month later in North America for the NES release.

The other Mario franchise games made for the NES included (N.A. release dates):

"Mario Bros." (original arcade version 1983, NES version Jun. 23, 1986)
"Super Mario Bros. 2" (Oct. 9, 1988)
"Super Mario Bros. 3" (Feb. 12, 1990)
"Dr. Mario" (Jul. 27, 1990)

By the end of its production run (in 1995), this video game console had an accompanying list of 714 official game titles.
2. 1989 - Game Boy

Answer: Super Mario Land

The original black and white Nintendo Game Boy was first released in Japan in April of 1989, but it was not long before it also hit the shelves in North America, with a release date of July 31.

Continuing the trend set by the successful "Super Mario Bros." with the NES, one of the initial games released alongside the handheld console was "Super Mario Land." It happened along the same lines as with the NES platform, with the game originally released in Japan, then in the North America market on the same date as the Game Boy release.

The other Mario games made for the Game Boy (North American release dates) were:

"Super Mario Land 2: Golden Coins" (Nov. 2, 1992)
"Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3" (Jan. 21, 1994)
"Mario's Picross" (Mar. 16, 1995)

Nintendo continued producing the Game Boy until 2003, and by the end of its production run, there were 798 officially licensed games that could be played on the platform.
3. 1991 - Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Answer: Super Mario World

In November of 1990, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was released in Japan. It would be nearly a year before it came out in North America, on August 23, 1991.

Once again, Mario and Luigi headlined the games released with the SNES, with "Super Mario World." The game was originally released in Japan, but came to the North American market alongside the SNES on August 23rd.

And there were a number of different Mario franchise games that were made just for the SNES, including:

"Mario Paint" (Aug. 1, 1992)
"Super Mario Kart" (Sep. 1, 1992)
"Mario is Missing!" (Oct. 1, 1993)
"Mario's Time Machine" (Jun. 23, 1993)
"Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island" (Oct. 4, 1995)
"Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars" (May 13, 1996)

SNES production continued until 1999, and by the end there were 721 different game titles available for the console.
4. 1996 - Nintendo 64 (N64)

Answer: Super Mario 64

The Nintendo 64, shortened to N64, was initially released in Japan in June of 1996, with the North American Release coming shortly after on September 29.

"Super Mario 64" lead the way amongst the initial games released alongside the new platform, and while there were a few new Mario title releases, there were many ports and remakes of the titles already seen on the preceding platforms. Here is the list of the other Mario titles that were made for the N64 (North American release dates):

"Mario Kart 64" (Feb. 10, 1997)
"Yoshi's Story" (Mar. 10, 1998)
"Mario Party" (Feb. 8, 1999)
"Mario Golf" (Jul. 26, 1999)
"Mario Party 2" (Jan. 24, 2000)
"Mario Tennis" (Aug. 28, 2000)
"Paper Mario" (Feb. 5, 2001)
"Dr. Mario 64" (Apr. 8, 2001)
"Mario Party 3" (May 7, 2001)

The N64 production only lasted for six years, with the console being discontinued in 2002. A total of 387 officially licensed games were produced in that time.
5. 1998 - Game Boy Color

Answer: Super Mario Bros. Deluxe

Nintendo's Game Boy Color was released in Japan in October of 1998, with its North American release just a month later.

In a reversal from many of the previous game releases, the headlining "Super Mario Bros. Deluxe" was released in North America BEFORE it came out in Japan. Here are the Mario titles that were made (or re-made) for the Game Boy Color (North American release dates):

"Wario Land II" (Feb. 10, 1999)
"Super Mario Bros. Deluxe" (May 10, 1999)
"Mario Golf" (Oct. 5, 1999)
"Wario Land 3" (May 30, 2000)
"Mario Tennis" (Jan. 16, 2001)

The Game Boy Color was discontinued after just five years, and by the end there were 581 games available to be played on the handheld console.
6. 2001 - Game Boy Advance

Answer: Super Mario Advance

The handheld console Game Boy Advance (GBA) preceded the GameCube by about half a year. The GBA was released in Japan in the month of March, with the North American release date set on June 11th.

While there were, once again, a number of Mario games available for the GBA, a good portion of them were remakes of previous releases (North American dates):

"Super Mario Advance" (Jun. 11, 2001) - A remake of "Super Mario Bros. 2" (1988)
"Mario Kart: Super Circuit" (Aug. 27, 2001)
"Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World" (Feb. 11, 2002) - A remake of "Super Mario World" (1991)
"Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island" (Sep. 24, 2002) - A remake of "Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island" (1995)
"Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3" (Oct. 21, 2003) - A remake of "Super Mario Bros. 3" (1990)
"Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga" (Nov. 17, 2003)
"Mario vs. Donkey Kong" (May 24, 2004)
"Mario Party Advance" (Mar. 28, 2005)
"Mario Tennis: Power Tour" (Dec. 5, 2005)

The GBA was officially retired in 2010, and had 1,059 games available for the system at the time.
7. 2001 - GameCube

Answer: Super Mario Sunshine

The Nintendo GameCube (NGC) was released in Japan on September 14, which was quickly followed by a November 18 release date in North America.

The Mario franchise continued to be the primary moneymaker for Nintendo, but this time around it was Luigi who took the lead with "Luigi's Mansion" as the first new game for the new platform. But the new "Super Mario" title, released in 2002, is the title that makes this quiz list. Here are all the Mario titles made or remade for the NGC (North American release dates):

"Luigi's Mansion" (Nov. 18, 2001)
"Super Smash Bros. Melee" (Dec 3, 2001)
"Super Mario Sunshine" (Aug. 26, 2002)
"Mario Party 4" (Oct. 21, 2002)
"Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour" (Jul. 28, 2003)
"Mario Party 5" (Nov. 11, 2003)
"Mario Kart: Double Dash!!" (Nov. 17, 2003)
"Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door" (Oct. 11, 2004)
"Mario Power Tennis" (Nov. 8, 2004)
"Mario Party 6" (Dec. 6, 2004)
"Mario Superstar Baseball" (Aug. 29, 2005)
"Mario Party 7" (Nov. 7, 2005)
"Dance Dance Revolution Mario Mix" (Oct. 24, 2005)

The GameCube was discontinued in 2007, with 647 different game titles created for the platform by the end.
8. 2004 - Nintendo DS

Answer: Super Mario 64 DS

For the first time, Nintendo released their new console in North America before they did it elsewhere in the world. On November 21, the DS saw its North America release, with Japan's date following quickly on December 2. Europe and Australia saw their DS consoles in early 2005.

The popular dual screen (DS) handheld console brought with it the highly anticipated remake of "Super Mario 64," originally released with the N64 in 1996. Updated with some new characters and new gameplay, "Super Mario 64 DS" led the way for the new games with the new Nintendo DS. But, of course, there were many more Mario games made (or remade) for the platform, including (North American release dates):

"Super Mario 64 DS" (Nov. 21, 2004) - a remake of the N64 game
"Mario Kart DS" (Nov. 14, 2005)
"Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time" (Nov. 28, 2005)
"New Super Mario Bros." (May 15, 2006)
"Mario Hoops 3-on-3" (Sep. 11, 2006)
"Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis" (Sep. 25, 2006)
"Yoshi's Island DS" (Nov. 13, 2006)
"Mario Party DS" (Nov. 19, 2007)
"Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story" (Sep. 15, 2009)
"Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!" (Nov. 14, 2010)

The Nintendo DS was discontinued in 2013, and according to Nintendo, there were a whopping 3,632 games available for the platform at the time.
9. 2006 - Wii

Answer: Super Mario Galaxy

The development of the Nintendo Wii with its wireless controlling 'Wii remote' was a revolutionary change for video gaming. The consoles were highly anticipated, seeing the North American release on November 19, 2006, with Japan, Europe and Australia following in early December.

Of course, along with a new console there was a new Mario game. This time, it was "Super Mario Galaxy," which has been critically acclaimed as one of the 'greatest video games of all time' (according to the list compiled by Wikipedia). But, it was not alone. There were a multitude of Mario franchise games released or remade for the Wii. With their North American release dates, here is the list:

"Super Paper Mario" (Apr. 9, 2007)
"Mario Party 8" (May 29, 2007)
"Mario Strikers Charged" (Jul. 30, 2007)
"Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games" (Nov. 6, 2007)
"Super Mario Galaxy" (Nov. 12, 2007)
"Super Smash Bros. Brawl" (Mar. 9, 2008)
"Mario Kart Wii" (Apr. 27, 2008)
"Mario Super Sluggers" (Aug. 25, 2008)
"New Super Mario Bros. Wii" (Nov. 15, 2009)
"Super Mario Galaxy 2" (May 23, 2010)
"Mario Sports Mix" (Feb. 7, 2011)
"Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games" (Nov. 15, 2011)
"Fortune Street" (Dec. 5, 2011) - features Mario characters
Mario Party 9 (Mar. 11, 2012)

The Nintendo Wii was discontinued in 2013, with 1,535 games available for the platform at the time, excluding Virtual Console and WiiWare games.
10. 2011 - Nintendo 3DS

Answer: Super Mario 3D Land

The Nintendo 3DS was first released in Japan in February of 2011, with the North American release on March 27th.

While there was no Mario title available on the date that the 3DS hit the markets, that didn't stop Nintendo from making a whole slew of Mario games, continuing the tradition. Here is the list, citing North American release dates:

"Super Mario 3D Land" (Nov. 13, 2011)
"Mario Kart 7" (Dec. 4, 2011)
"Mario Tennis Open" (May 20, 2012)
"New Super Mario Bros. 2" (Aug. 19, 2012)
"Paper Mario: Sticker Star" (Nov. 11, 2012)
"Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon" (Mar. 24, 2013)
"Mario & Luigi: Dream Team" (Aug. 11, 2013)
"Mario Party: Island Tour" (Nov. 22, 2013)
"Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions" (Oct. 6, 2017)
"Mario Party: The Top 100" (Nov. 10, 2017)

The 3DS was discontinued in 2020, with 1,408 official games available for the platform.
11. 2012 - Wii U

Answer: New Super Mario Bros. U

Nintendo launched the Wii U in North America on November 18, 2012, with the Japanese release a couple of weeks later in early December.

On the console release date, we also got "New Super Mario Bros. U" as the first of a group of new or remade Mario franchise games. Here is the list of the rest of them, with North American release dates:

"New Super Luigi U" (Jun. 20, 2013)
"Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games" (Nov. 15, 2013)
"Super Mario 3D World" (Nov. 22, 2013)
"Mario Kart 8" (May 30, 2014)
"Mario Party 10" (Mar. 20, 2015)
"Super Mario Maker" (Sep. 11, 2015)
"Paper Mario: Color Splash" (Oct. 7, 2016)
"Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash" (Nov. 20, 2015)

The Wii U was officially discontinued in 2017, and there were (according to data from VGChartz) 1,657 games released for the Wii U during its lifetime, including both physical and digital games.
12. 2017 - Nintendo Switch

Answer: Super Mario Odyssey

The Nintendo Switch hit the shelves for the first time in both Japan and North America on March 3, 2017.

A headlining new Mario game came out a few months after the release of the Switch, and was teased well in advance of the console's release date, to great anticipation. "Super Mario Odyssey" was released on October 27, 2017, and has been followed by many new and sequel Mario titles. Here is the list of the first ten that have come out, so far (North American release dates):

"Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" (Apr. 28, 2017)
"Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle" (Aug. 29, 2017)
"Mario Tennis Aces" (Jun. 22, 2018)
"Super Mario Party" (Oct. 5, 2018)
"New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe" (Jan. 11, 2019)
"Super Mario Maker 2" (Jun. 28, 2019)
"Paper Mario: The Origami King" (Jul 17, 2020)
"Super Mario 3D All-Stars" (Sep. 18, 2020)
"Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury" (Feb. 12, 2021)
"Mario Golf: Super Rush" (Jun. 25, 2021)
Source: Author reedy

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