World 1-4 (Super Mario Bros.)
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|Game appearances||Super Mario Bros.|
|Time limit||300 seconds|
|Previous level||World 1-3|
|Next level||World 2-1|
|The first castle level in Super Mario Bros.|
World 1-4 is the fourth and final level of World 1 in Super Mario Bros. and its reissues. It is also the fourth level within the overall game. It takes place within a castle and features a few lava pits and several fire bars along the way. The first Fake Bowser is encountered at the end of the level, and if Fire Mario defeats him with fireballs, the Fake Bowser is revealed to be a Goomba. A later castle level, World 6-4, has the same layout but includes a Podoboos and a few more Fire-Bars.
In Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, the level has been recreated as an e-Reader level, and was retitled to Classic World 1-4. In New Super Mario Bros., a part of the Third Course of Gold Classics Pack is a recreation of World 1-4.
List of appearances
This is a list of every individual game that World 1-4 has appeared in. This list does not include direct ports, such as Virtual Console.
|Super Mario Bros.||1985||Nintendo Entertainment System / Family Computer|
|VS. Super Mario Bros.||1986||VS. System|
|All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.||1986||Family Computer Disk System|
|Nintendo World Championships 1990||1990||Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Super Mario All-Stars||1993||Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Super Mario Bros. Deluxe||1999||Game Boy Color|
|Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3||2003||Game Boy Advance (e-Reader)|
|Classic NES Series: Super Mario Bros.||2004||Game Boy Advance|
|Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition||2010||Wii|
|Super Mario Bros. 35||2020||Nintendo Switch|
|Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.||2020||Game & Watch|