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Mario’s games on Switch are as joyous as they are bombastic. Ahead of the long-awaited release of The Super Mario Bros. Movie, here’s where to get started and what to avoid

Now approaching his forties with a resurgent acting career at hand and nary a hint of a midlife crisis, the moustachioed plumber Mario remains gaming’s most iconic character. Having sold more than 600 million copies across his many adventures in three-and-a-half decades, Nintendo’s mascot has a back catalogue to rival The Beatles – and it’s been fuelled by just as many magic mushrooms. So it’s been no surprise to see the red-capped icon make himself at home on the Switch since 2017.

With the imminent release of The Super Mario Bros. Movie approaching, now is the time to reacquaint yourself with portable console’s menagerie of Mario magic both old and new. Not least so play through with the source material Jack Black drew upon for what is sure to be an Oscar-worthy turn as Bowser. From platformers to kart racers to build-your-own-fun creation kits, Jumpman’s résumé extends well beyond old-fashioned Goomba-stomping these days. Wondering where to dive right in? We’ve ranked Mario’s best Nintendo Switch games, from those deserving of a Luigi death stare to the all-star classics.

14. Mario Golf: Super Rush

The Mario Golf games have always made strong additions to his sporting repertoire, melding a fun take on a real dad sport with interesting arcade mechanics. Much like Mario Tennis Aces, you don’t need to know anything about the technicalities of the real-world sport to be able to tee-off in style here. Still, Super Rush is by no means the strongest of entry in its lineage – how we long for a Toadstool Tour remake – with a paltry selection of individual golf courses, and precious little of the replay factor that made previous entries so moreish. £40. At amazon.co.uk

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13. Super Mario Party

In fairness to Princess Peach’s number one admirer, Super Mario Party is a respectable eleventh console entry in a series that’s taken the edge off family gatherings for over two decades now. As much as this mini-games bonanza still has its moments, we’d rather be annihilating our in-laws in Smash Bros. With just four boards to be getting on with, there’s not much in the way of replay value to be had here either. £37. At amazon.co.uk

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12. Mario Strikers: Battle League Football

Now that EA Sport’s FIFA series owns the football sim genre to itself, it’s easy to forget just how many weird, wonderful and frankly ridiculous rivals it enjoyed in the early noughties. If you ever find yourself pining for the days of RedCard, David Beckham Soccer and even FIFA Street, you’ll no doubt get a kick out of the cartoon mayhem of Mario Strikers. Not least because this game’s complexity is only matched by its thirst for bombastic (but family-friendly) violence. £33. At amazon.co.uk

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11. Paper Mario: The Origami King

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You have to go back all the way to the GameCube’s Thousand-Year Door to find a truly great Paper Mario title, but The Origami King at least ranks as a mini-revival for the series, one with some joyously terrible puns, a surprisingly affecting cast of oddball sidekicks and some dizzyingly creative boss fights. While its innovative puzzle-based Battle Ring System is an initially entertaining spin on RPG combat, its repetitious nature does ultimately prove a drag on this 30-hour adventure. £50. At amazon.co.uk

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10. Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

A turn-based tactics game featuring Mario and some of Ubisoft’s most recognisable weirdos (the Rabbids) might have been met with scepticism when it was first announced, but the X-Com-lite foundations that Kingdom Battle is built upon are sturdy as any mainline Mario. This is a fun, tense adventure that ratchets up the challenge as you progress through, adding new mechanics while always delivering a healthy dose of humour. The only catch? Its 2022 sequel, Spark of Hope, is an even better take on the formula. £29. At amazon.co.uk

9. Mario Tennis Aces

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What happened to good tennis games? They literally don’t exist anymore. That’s save for Mario Tennis Aces, which is a colourful cartoon arcade twist on a precise, serious sport. It’s super balanced and fun to play, while offering a surprising level of difficulty when you notch up the challenge. And it’s worth a look-in purely for the novelty of a game that appreciates the thrill of being centre court. £40. At amazon.co.uk

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8. New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe

Formerly a Wii U launch game way back in 2012, New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe is a traditional 2D side-scroller for better and worse. Your classic ice, desert and lava kingdoms are all present and correct alongside a whole host of vintage power-ups and (praise be) Yoshi. As an exercise in platforming precision, there’s a lot to like here but those hoping for a more expansive take on the Mario formula are best off looking elsewhere. £37. At amazon.co.uk

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7. Super Mario Maker 2

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The Mario game that never ends, Super Mario Maker 2 offers not just a story mode for you to play, but an entire suite of creation tools that lets you create your own Mario stages and play those that other players have made by heading onto the online bubble. It’s a treasure trove of every player’s own ideas and there’s something suitable for everyone too – children and adults alike, novices and pros. £40. At amazon.co.uk

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6. Mario + Rabbits Sparks of Hope

A smart, satisfying evolution on the weird synergy between Nintendo’s Mario characters and Ubisoft’s Minion-like Rabbids creatures, Sparks of Hope adds more depth and dynamism to the tactical battling we first saw in Kingdom Battle back in 2017. It makes big leaps forward in terms of the flexibility of combat, adding new layers of customisation and creativity, while only strengthening the sense of character that the animation team manages to pack into its heroes. No soft touch, challenges even seasoned strategy players to carefully consider their moves as they master the vividly colourful battlefield. £27. At amazon.co.uk

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5. Luigi’s Mansion 3

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Although he’s relegated to a supporting cast member in Luigi’s Mansion 3, this is not just one of Mario’s finest turns on the Nintendo Switch, but one of its best games full stop. Its adventure through a haunted house, complete with themed floors and packed with secrets and discoveries, is a gorgeously crafted puzzle adventure that earns its surprisingly long run-time. Fans of Luigi’s Mansion and its Nintendo 3DS sequel might be slightly disappointed by the lack of major refinements for this third iteration, but the lavishly detailed environments and beautiful graphics make for one of the most atmospheric games either brother has been involved in. £40. At amazon.co.uk

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4. Super Mario 3D All-Stars

The Super Mario 3D All-Stars collection is trio of older Mario gems that were brought together in 2020 for a limited edition release. While Super Mario 64 and Sunshine are beginning to feel a little long in the tooth, Galaxy still holds up as the newest game of the bunch. Chock full of colour and personality, it plays with gravity and space with a sense of wonder and scale that few Mario games have captured. The game was so good that it spurred Nintendo on to do something it has rarely done in Mario’s history: create a sequel, Mario Galaxy 2. £70. amazon.co.uk

3. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury

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Originally released in 2013 with zero fanfare on Nintendo’s titanic Wii U console, Super Mario 3D World was finally given its time to shine on Switch. It’s a joyous toy box of design ideas that Nintendo doles out like a conveyer belt of creativity, often delivering entirely new mechanics for one-shot hits of joy, some of which were even expanded into their own titles à la the excellent Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. New to Switch this time around is the separate Bowser’s Fury curio, which is Mario at its most experimental and least refined. Taking cues from the open-ended nature of 2017’s Super Mario Odyssey, it places you in a big open level and lets you run wild, exploring at your whim and unlocking areas by completing platforming trials and puzzles. £37. amazon.co.uk

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2. Super Mario Odyssey

With Odyssey, Nintendo took the original vision of a more open and exploratory Super Mario and made it a modern reality. Odyssey is all about finding stuff by heading off the beaten track in any one of its many biomes. You can quickly smash through its relatively short main campaign, which takes you through its myriad gorgeous worlds, but then you’re set free and the game starts proper. With 900 hidden moons to discover, Odyssey is absolutely brimming with a whole variety of challenges and puzzles and secrets, from moons you spot on first run to cleverly disguised ones that you’ll be searching for hours. £37. At amazon.co.uk

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1. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

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It’s hard to imagine how Nintendo could better the Mario Kart formula after Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Switch. Another Mario game that was initially released on the Wii U, this one back in 2014, MK8 Deluxe is an almost perfect refinement of the familiar Kart franchise. The courses are impeccable, the range of styles, settings, ideas and colours is enormous and there’s more than enough content and challenge to keep players busy for hours as they tackle each CC championship and try to unlock everything there is to offer. £37. At amazon.co.uk

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For reasons of sheer brevity, we’re kept our ranking to those Mario games that have been released specifically for the Nintendo Switch. That means those games outside of the ever-expanding Nintendo Switch Online catalogue, which now encompasses the majority of the Chris Pratt impersonator’s back catalogue. Want to know where to start with Mario’s endeavours on the subscription service? Look no further…

  • Super Mario Bros 3:  Bros 3 changed the world of video games way back in 1988. With more colour, more creativity and most importantly more variety than either of its two predecessors, even though it was made by just eleven people – the lead designer being Nintendo’s Mario maestro, Shigeru Miyamoto. Whether you’re revisiting it for nostalgia’s sake or taking a first trip to one of the most important games ever created, this is still a stone cold classic.
  • Super Mario World: Unlike many of Mario’s early years outings, Super Mario World still holds up remarkably well. Aside from introducing Yoshi to the world, this launch game for 1990’s Super Nintendo Entertainment System benefits from that console’s 16-bit graphical effervescence. Rarely has that moustache looked so resplendent, especially when it’s paired with a bright yellow cape.
  • Super Mario Bros: The game that started it all is still available on Nintendo Switch. Pioneering precise platforming controls and vivid 2D side-scrolling better than any game before it, it’s dated a lot in its presentation prowess since 1985, but has lost little of the magic that made it such a hit almost 40 years ago. 

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The Best Mario Games You Can Play On Nintendo Switch

Mario is such a popular character that Nintendo often releases new sub-franchises with his name attached, or follow-ups to other sub-franchises previously created. Nintendo fans will likely point to this as a strength of the company, whereas you may see this as a crutch if you prefer other Nintendo titles.

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The Nintendo Switch managed to erase the failure of the Wii U almost overnight and is home to tons of great games, with many of them featuring the iconic Mushroom Kingdom plumber. Its Nintendo Switch Online subscription also gives you access to a ton of old NES and SNES games, including older Mario games.

Updated on April 26, 2023, by Jouanna Bondakji:Mario and the Nintendo Switch have as strong of a grip on the gaming world as ever. Nostalgia is a huge aspect of video games, which is why so many remakes and remasters keep popping up. There are plenty of Mario games that have made their way to the Switch after being exclusive to obsolete consoles for so long. However, Nintendo has made a move that’s displeased many fans by making many popular old Mario games available on the Switch for only a limited time. You can’t buy those games on the Switch’s eShop anymore, so playing these beloved titles is much harder now, if not straight up impossible.

13 Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit

Sometimes, a cool concept is enough to sell a game more than the game itself. Although the main Mario Kart title on the Switch is still Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Nintendo released Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit for a premium price. It adds a new gimmick to make things fresh: augmented reality tracks.

The game comes packaged with remote-controlled cars that navigate real-life environments in a virtual space. It takes a bit of creativity and time to set something up, but similar to the Nintendo Labo, the results can be incredibly worth the time invested. It’s a very creative title, albeit a tad pricier.

12 Mario Tennis Aces

In Mario Tennis Aces, you’re provided with a fun new tennis adventure alongside Mario and his friends, as well as enemies of the Mushroom Kingdom. The game received mixed-positive reviews upon launch, since many people felt the single-player campaign featured an unnecessary and grueling difficulty spike that led to hard stops in both progression and enjoyment.

It may not be the best Mario game on the Switch, but it’s still a fun time if you can laugh at the sudden difficulty spikes. And it’s even better if you play its multiplayer mode.

11 Super Mario Party

Super Mario Party is a return to form for the Mario Party franchise, but it lacks some content and updates that seem like no-brainers for the game. Thankfully, though, Nintendo moved away from the design of the previous entry where players were on a weird Uber trip alongside Bowser. Instead, Super Mario Party features the traditional setup you know and love.

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There are a good number of fun new minigames that take advantage of the JoyCon. You can also use two Nintendo Switch systems if you’re playing locally with multiple people.

10 Dr. Mario

Dr. Mario is one of the titles available with a Nintendo Online subscription. It’s basically a match-three puzzle game with a Mario and medicine theme, but you might be surprised by how often you’ll find yourself coming back to it.

Though Dr. Mario’s gameplay seems perfectly designed for the mobile gaming audience, Dr. Mario World didn’t last long, ending its service after around two years. Luckily, Dr. Mario is still around to play on the Switch. It’s nothing really new or innovative, but it does the job of occupying your time well when you need it.

9 New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe brings over the mainline 2D Mario game from the Wii U, so you don’t have to miss out on it if you never bought a Wii U. This version also adds New Super Luigi U from the start, whereas you originally had to purchase it as DLC. Luigi’s levels are designed to be shorter and more challenging.

You can also play as any character in the single-player mode, as opposed to being stuck as Mario or Luigi. The game is good and fast entertainment, and the Deluxe version just makes things better. Bringing it with you while waiting for your appointments is a decent time-killer.

8 Super Mario All-Stars

One of the many new announcements made during the celebration of Mario’s 35th anniversary was the rerelease of Super Mario All-Stars on Nintendo Switch Online. Included with the other classic SNES titles, Super Mario All-Stars is everything the original was, and that’s awesome.

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Despite some minor inconsistencies with graphics, physics, and music, Super Mario All-Stars is often considered the definitive way to play the NES Mario trilogy (and Lost Levels). The games all still hold up well, and it’s a great alternative to the NES counterparts also available.

7 Super Mario 3D All-Stars

Super Mario 3D All-Stars is a controversial title. The bundle was only available for a limited time, a marketing tactic to create fear of missing out over ports of old games. At the same time, this was the first time Super Mario Sunshine was freed from its GameCube prison, even if the port was iffy at times.

However, it’s hard to argue that these games aren’tclassics. All three are excellent titles in their own right, and getting all of them together in one spot was certainly worth it for some. In terms of a complete package, Super Mario 3D All-Stars is an exceptional bundle if you’re a fan of the series. Sadly, it’s no longer available to purchase digitally or physically, unless you’re willing to pay a lot more than you should to buy it secondhand.

6 Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle seems like a strange title. .. and it is. But it’s weird in the best possible way. At first, people were worried about a Ubisoft and Nintendo crossover where Rabbid versions of beloved Mario characters seemed to be millennial-fied.

However, the turn-based tactics game turned out to be a pleasant surprise and was met with great critical reception. The gameplay is fun, and the comedy surprisingly works. It’s definitely worth a try if you love any combination of turn-based strategy games, Mario, humor, and Rabbids.

5 Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Cart-racing games are a niche genre inside a niche genre. Nintendo does them well with the Mario Kart series, and Mario Kart 8 was one of the infamous games that fans thought was stranded on the Wii U.

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Months after the release of the Switch, however, they were treated with a beautiful port of it in the form ofMario Kart 8 Deluxe. The Switch version offers many additions and improvements to the original, like faster loading times, improved resolution and graphics, and even a revamped Battle Mode. These make an already awesome game even more satisfying to play.

4 Paper Mario: The Origami King

The Paper Mario series has been held in limbo for some time. There’s a clear split in the series between the first three titles and everything after Super Paper Mario (arguably going back to Paper Mario: Thousand Year Door). The series evolved from turn-based RPGs to adventure games with turn-based adjacent battles, for worse more than better.

Despite that, Paper Mario: The Origami King is one of the freshest and most fun titles released in the Mario series in a long time. There’s clearly a lot of love that went into creating every aspect of the game, and combat is finally actually fun and worth doing again. It also brings back partners, including one of the best in Olivia. It’s a fantastic game, despite not just being Thousand Year Door again.

3 Super Mario Maker 2

Despite the Wii U’s poor sales performance, it managed to deliver a handful of great games that were fortunately ported to the Switch, including Super Mario Maker. However, Super Mario Maker 2 is much more than just a port marketed as a sequel.

It differs from Super Mario Maker in a lot of positive ways. There’s a full-fledged story mode, a whole new Mario game style, multiplayer, and much more. There are numerous Mario fans who’ve blessed the game with their own amazingly creative levels. This creator is special not just because of its content, but also because of what the community can do with said content.

2 Super Mario Odyssey

Super Mario Odyssey wasn’t just the first 3D Mario platformer on the Switch; it represented an entire generation’s nostalgia for Super Mario 64 on the Nintendo 64. Though there have been other notable Mario 3D platformers, they’ve all felt and played unique to themselves.

Both the Super Mario Galaxy and Sunshine games invoked shades of the beloved 3D platformer but didn’t quite feel close enough. Super Mario Odyssey is the Super Mario 64 spiritual successor you probably wanted for over a decade, and it finally happened on the Switch.

1 Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury

Super Mario 3D World was a beloved co-op-focused free-roaming game that was trapped in the Wii U for a while, so you may not have had the chance to play it back then. With Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, you’re able to experience the joy of the game, along with some additions and improvements.

The resolution is better and characters seem to move a bit faster, among other little changes. Additionally, Bowser’s Fury is an entirely new experience that has you cooperating with and even playing as Bowser Jr to save Bowser. Honestly, regardless of the gameplay or story, the feline outfits alone make this bundle worth playing.

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