Super Mario World: Mario to Yoshi no Bouken Land

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Super Mario World: Mario & Yoshi's Adventure Land
Japanese: スーパーマリオワールド マリオとヨッシーの冒険ランド


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Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1991
Producers: Bandai
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Game
Genre: ComedyComedy
Theme: Video GameVideo Game
Demographic: KidsKids
Duration: 27 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Ranked: #124942
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Popularity: #11752
Members: 1,776
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Synopsis

Super Mario World: Mario to Yoshi no Bouken Land is an interactive anime video based on the game Super Mario World. It is designed for use with Bandai's Terebikko system, which utilizes a telephone-shaped microphone to "interact" with the video. It asks the viewer multiple choice questions, such as what will hatch from Yoshi's egg.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Mario

Main
Furuya, Toru
Japanese

Luigi

Main
Mizushima, Yuu
Japanese

Koopa

Main

Yoshi

Main

Yoshi

Main
Sakamoto, Chika
Japanese

Peach

Supporting

Lemmy

Supporting

Nokonoko

Supporting

Roy

Supporting

Ludwig

Supporting

Staff

Hata, Masami
Director
Miyamoto, Shigeru
Original Character Design, Original Creator


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Reviews

Feb 27, 2023
Mixed Feelings
I don't remember the last time I've seen an actual Mario cartoon, but I stumbled upon this anime that works with the Terebikko phone. First of all, I believe this video came from a VHS tape and second, I never had a Terebikko phone because they don't have it here in America. While I was watching this (with English subtitles) I noticed that there are two responses for the right and wrong answers (the voice actors imitate the noises with *Ding ding ding* or *Behh* rather than putting in the actual sound effect). Also, when a character picks up the phone (either Mario, Luigi, or ...
Mar 26, 2019
Mixed Feelings
This is basically an interactive video for little kids. There was a telephone device that would work on the audio signals and then you would press a button to answer the questions the tape would ask of you. This is an interesting little relic of it's time but nothing more.
The animation is ok and matches the style used in the Mario mangas of the time. It's not very polished but that's ok. The voices fit the respective characters and the story is a loose narrative based around the events of Super Mario World.
Though what really bogs this down is the phone device, at first it ...
Aug 10, 2023
I am sorry to say that this is just an average show at best. And that's if you watch the sub instead of the dub. The voice acting in the dub makes a particularly bad experience. Almost everyone's voice acting is completely terrible. The Yoshis and Bowser are completely muffled and I can barely hear what tbey say. Luigi sounds bored. Peach's voice is completely laughable. This would have had unironic enjoyment if this was like a Real-Time Fandub video, but unfortunately that's not the case. This honestly sounds like all the voices were dubbed by one or two people on a 2001 iMac in ...

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