More Super Mario Advance Games Are Coming To Nintendo Switch Online This Month

Expansion Pack subscribers get more classic Mario adventures next week.


Nintendo Switch Online is expanding with three more Super Mario Advance games on May 26, which will join other games on the service that were added back in February. Super Mario Advance, Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2, and Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 will be available for players with a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership from May 26.

2001's Super Mario Advance is a collection of classic NES games with a brighter design and a few enhancements, 2002's Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 is a fun new spin on a classic game, and Yoshi's Island from the same year is a charming reissue of the original SNES game that it's based on.

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Nintendo has expanded on its online offerings over the last couple of years, and right now you can get a substantial amount of retro content depending on which tier of the membership service you're subscribed to. Nintendo Switch Online has NES, SNES, Game Boy, and Game Boy Color games, while the Expansion Pack subscription beefs up the offerings with Game Boy Advance, Genesis, and N64 games.

More games are headed to the service in the future, as Nintendo confirmed that Pokemon: Trading Card Game, Kirby Tilt and Tumble, and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Ages, Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade, F-Zero Maximum Velocity, and more will be added in time. Sega fans recently got four more games, as Pulseman, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Kid Chameleon, and Flicky were added to the Sega Genesis library on Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack in April.

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