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Super Mario Bros 3 Voice Removal

Hack of Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3


I personally find the voices added to the gba version extremely annoying and overused. This patch removes all voices and adds the death sound back from the SNES version for both Mario and Luigi. US version now has sounds for e-reader levels.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • 2161 - Super Mario Advance 4 - Super Mario Bros. 3 (U) (v1.1).gba
  • CRC32: 88DAB27F
  • MD5: 605286B3AEDEFFBA70BF46B834B120B1
  • SHA-1: 532F3307021637474B6DD37DA059CA360F612337
  • ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • 1631 - Super Mario Advance 4 - Super Mario Bros. 3 (E) (M5) (v1.1).gba
  • CRC32: 8D84ACFC
  • MD5: AE8AF6B539D509019BDD06565C10804A
  • SHA-1: 2E5CE11A893464DC0CCE0A6B451580BA35A7E5DE




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No longer at 0 volume

Reviewed By: bigzapper on 18 Sep 2017

Tl;dr This hack works excellently. Well worth applying if you feel like a more traditional Mario sound design. If not, enjoy the the original without pissing on someone’s hard work making this hack.

I tried playing the original gba version, and couldn’t even get through the first level before dry retching, and powering off. Mama Mia indeed…

The overt Italian stereotype that has pervaded Mario’s character since Mario 64 is wearing a bit this at this point, and is both culturally and aurally offensive.

Thank you mangaman for the opportunity to run, jump, and fly the iconic silent protagonist through this hand-held version.

  • Chris

PS If you like the voices, you can still play the original, no one is taking that away from you. Keep your “irrelevant, and unnecessary” reviews for really bullshit hacks. Given that this is a re-released game, changing it to more accurately reflect the original is perfectly legitimate. Whether you like it one way or the other is subjective, and your review should reflect that.

Version 0.2 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
Here's an ACTUAL reviewSeizureSonic1320 Sep 20170.2Yes
No longer at 0 volumebigzapper18 Sep 20170.2Yes
UnnessessaryMysterii18 Oct 20160.2No
I like the voicesMathUser292906 Jun 20160.2No