Super Mario Land
Super Mario Land
The 1-Up Mushrooms are replaced with hearts most likely because, with the Game Boy's lack of color, it would be almost impossible to distinguish a 1-Up Mushroom from a regular Mushroom. This change is also present in the game's sequel.
Contributed by Boyobmas
According to the game's manual, the Honen enemies found in the Muda Kingdom are actually the skeletons of Torion that have been eaten by Tatanga, the main villain of the game.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90
The game's bonus game music sounds similar to Clu Clu Land's hurry up theme.
Contributed by Tuli0hWut
The ladder-climbing track is 7.7 seconds long, but only the first 2.2 seconds of the song plays.
Contributed by xianc78
The back of the package and the Nintendo eShop description for the game state that Koopa Troopas appear. However, the turtle-like enemies in the game are actually Bombshell Koopas, which were used instead of normal Koopa Troopas because the developers did not have the time to reproduce the Koopa Shell ricochet effect on the Game Boy hardware.
Contributed by ClaudX
In the instruction manual, Daisy is referred to as "Daisy Princess" instead of "Princess Daisy." This is because of her Japanese name, Deiji-Hime, places the word for Daisy before the word for Princess.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Super Mario Land was the first Mario game created without Shigeru Miyamoto's involvement.
Contributed by Antwan