Super Mario Collection
The Super Mario series of games was initially known as the Super Mario Bros. series and were the most crucial series of games in the whole Mario franchise. It all started when in 1985 was the first Super Mario Bros. game created for Family Computer and later on for Nintendo Entertainment System in other markets. The series was so great that it received many sequels and was released on almost every Nintendo console to date. The Super Mario series feathered both 2D platform games and 3D platform games first of which was the Super Mario 64. Most of their games follow the story of two brothers Mario and Luigi, sometimes including their friends like Toad and Yoshi that help the Mario brothers in their ultimate goal to save Princess Peach from the evil clutches of Bowser, who wants to rule the Mushroom Kingdom. The Super Mario game series is developed by several Nintendo divisions, to fill the world with as many games as possible.
In 2020 the series celebrated its thirty-fifth anniversary with the release of several Mario titles and one of them was Super Mario 3D All-Stars. Super Mario 3D All-Stars is a compilation game that includes Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy that was remastered, and their graphics were upscaled and improved. Now you can enjoy all of your favorite characters in a new game compilation or you can enjoy them in your YouTube player with our fanart Super Mario progress bar collection. Here you can find Mario Toad progress bar, 8bit Mario, Bob-Omb as a progress bar for YouTube, Bowser in a progress bar, and many more. Sneaky Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas and other Mario characters in our fanart Super Mario progress bar collection for YouTube.
The Blue Spiny Koopa Shell also known as Koopa Shell, or simply Blue Shell is a usable item from the Mario Kart series that made its first appearance in Mario Kart 64. A fanart Mario Kart game progress bar for YouTube with The Blue Spiny Koopa Shell.
Italian plumber who lives in the Mushroom Kingdom and is known as a star of the Mario game series returns in pixel form in the Super Mario World. A fanart Super Mario game progress bar for YouTube with Pixel Mario Jump.
Green Koopa Shells are the shell of green Koopa Troopa that appear in many games of the Mario series and Mario Kart series. A fanart Super Mario progress bar for YouTube with Green Koopa Shell.
Princess Peach aka Peach or Princess Toadstool is the main character in the Mario game series and the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom. A fanart Super Mario progress bar for YouTube with Princess Peach.
Red Koopa Shells are shells from red Koopa Troops that frequently appear in various Mario games and have the most impact in the Mario Kart game series. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Red Koopa Shell.
Yoshi is a cute dinosaur of the Yoshi species that often takes part in the Mario games since Super Mario World and has a series of his own games. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with 3D Yoshi.
Larry Koopa, also known as Cheatsy Koopa in cartoons, is the youngest and cutest of the Koopalings, one of the seven siblings that are leaders of the Koopa Troops under Bowser. A fanart Super Mario progress bar for YouTube with Larry Koopa.
A Slurp Guy is a variant of Shy Guys that is shown in the Paper Matri: Color Splash and other Mario game series. A fanart Paper Mario game progress bar for YouTube with Grey Slurp Guy.
In Luigi's Mansion game star of the Mario series and the brother of Mario uses a vacuum to suck in ghosts called Poltergust 3000. A fanart Mario games progress bar for YouTube with Luigi's Mansion Luigi with Vacuum.
Yoshi is a dinosaur-like creature and Mario's ally in many Mario games as well as a hero of his own game series. A fanart Mario game progress bar for YouTube with Pixel Yoshi.
General Guy is one of Bowser's ranking high minions and a presumed leader of the Shy Guy's race. A fanart Paper Mario progress bar for YouTube with General Guy.
Dark Fawful is a new and improved form of Fawful that he gains after absorbing half of the Dark Star's power, he is one of the last bosses in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story and its remake. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Dark Fawful.
Bob-ombs are living and moving bomb characters with eyes, feet, and wind-up keys on their back that can be found in the Mario game series as enemies. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Bob-Omb Walks.
Luigi is Mario's slightly younger and taller twin brother, a second main character in the Mario game series, and a co-star in the Mario franchise alongside Italian plumber Mario. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Luigi running.
As a single character, the Toad is known for being a longtime servant of Princess Peach, that always tries to protect her and, unfortunately, almost every time fails to do so during her kidnappings. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Party Toad.
Bowser aka King Koopa or King Bowser is a major character in the Mario game series and an enemy of Italian plumber Mario. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Bowser.
The Shy Guys are iconic enemies of Italian plumber Mario in the Mario Game series. Shy Guys were first added in the American version of Super Mario Bros. 2 and after a pause in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. A fanart Mario progress bar for YouTube with Red Shy Guy.
Over the years Nintendo made a whole bunch of wonderful Mario Sports game that we all played and love. A fanart Mario game progress bar for YouTube with Mario Sports Mario.
Paper Mario or simply Mario is the main character in an action-adventure game series Mario developed for Nintendo by its affiliate company Intelligent Systems. A fanart Paper Mario game progress bar for YouTube with Paper Mario.
A squid called Blooper is a recurring squid-like enemy found in many Mario games by Nintendo. In the Mario Kart game series, Bloopers are used as power-up items. A fanart Mario Kart progress bar for YouTube with Blooper.
Originally named Mr. Video or Jumpman and now known as Mario or Super Mario this Nintendo video game character was created by Shigeru Miyamoto in April 4, 1983 is still well known today. A fanart 8-bit Mario progress bar for YouTube.
Power Stars are also known as simply Stars, they are collectible powerups in the Mario game series. Power Stares are scattered throughout the various courses, most of which pertain to a mission. Now you can use it as a Power Star progress bar on YouTube.