The "Super Mario Brothers" series of video games is the main series of games involving Nintendo characters Mario, Luigi, Bowser, Princess Peach and others. Although Nintendo uses its most famous character in dozens of games, the most famous ones carry the "Super Mario Bros." or simply "Super Mario" title.
On the Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System, four "Mario" games were released: "Super Mario Bros.," the Japanese-release-only "Super Mario: The Lost Levels" (an expanded version of the original game), "Super Mario Bros. 2," (a reskinned version of the Japanese game "Doki Doki Panic,") and "Super Mario Bros. 3," the most popular of the NES-era games.
On the Game Boy, several "Super Mario" games were released under the "Super Mario Land" title. They featured Princess Daisy instead of Princess Peach. The Super Famicom/Super Nintendo had two main "Mario" games, "Super Mario World" and "Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island." These two games saw the introduction of the dinosaur Yoshi. "Super Mario All-Stars" was also released on the Super Nintendo as a compilation of previous games in the series, and exposed players to "The Lost Levels."
When the Nintendo Wii came out in 2006, it brought gamers "New Super Mario Bros.," which was a return to classic 2D gameplay absent in "Super Mario 64" and the "Super Mario Galaxy" games.