Super Mario Odyssey

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Amiibo bonuses

Scan the indicated amiibo while playing the game (not through Uncle amiibo) by holding D-pad Right and placing the amiibo on the Switch to unlock the corresponding bonus. This can be done at any time, usually with no time limits or restrictions.

    Highlight purple coins on-screen (not on your map): Any Bowser amiibo.
    Life-up heart: Any Peach amiibo.
    Random coins or bonus hearts: Any amiibo or amiibo card.
    Temporary invincibility (30 seconds): Any Mario amiibo.

Completion unlockables

Successfully complete the game to unlock the following bonuses:

  • All kingdoms are expanded and have more moons to collect
  • Mushroom Kingdom unlocked
  • Can find and capture Yoshi
  • Wedding costumes can be purchased at Crazy Cap stores
  • New NPC challenges and collectible hunts

All kingdoms are expanded. There are more moons, new areas, new NPCs (with new moon reward missions), and generally more activities to complete. Obstacles that previously blocked Mario from exploring a zone are removed, allowing you to fully play kingdoms. Princess Peach will now be in all kingdoms. Find her to earn bonus moons. The Mushroom Kingdom is unlocked, which is a homage to Super Mario 64, complete with rooms copied almost verbatim from that Nintendo classic. You can capture Yoshi on a rooftop in the Mushroom Kingdom. The previously locked Wedding costumes are available to purchase for a lot of gold coins. You can also unlock Wedding costumes for free with amiibo.

All regular moons unlockables

Collect all 880 regular moons by completely filling the moon lists to change the Odyssey's sail to gold and unlock a new portrait of Bowser in the Wedding Hall. The Wedding Hall is located in the Moon Kingdom. The new portrait is located on the right as you enter, and allows you to fight Bowser again, but the battle will be much more difficult. Defeat Bowser to unlock a postcard. Since Super Mario Sunshine, postcards have been the normal reward for completing everything in the game.

100% completion unlockables

Successfully complete the following tasks to reach 100% completion:

  • Collect 999 power moons (including all moon lists filled)
  • Collect all captures/moves (including Action Guide filled)
  • Collect all costumes and hats
  • Collect all in-game music tracks
  • Collect all souvenirs

Reach 100% completion to unlock a star on your save file, and a top hat on Peach's Castle, which includes a new cutscene (as shown in the video below).

Finding Yoshi

First, successfully complete the game to unlock Yoshi. Then, travel to the Mushroom Kingdom, and go around the left side of Peach's castle. Find the scarecrow, and throw Cappy at it. A secret staircase will appear that makes the roof of the castle accessible. Get up the stairs before the timer runs out. Around the central tower on the roof, look for an egg with green spots. Break open the egg for Yoshi to appear. You cannot ride Yoshi, but you can capture Yoshi with Cappy for Mario to become Yoshi. You can eat apples to earn moons as Yoshi. There are also Yoshi related quests in the Mushroom Kingdom. From the central fountain, go upstream of the flowing water to find a cave. Grab the apple outside the tunnel, and travel inside to locate a large area for Yoshi to explore.

Mushroom Kingdom

Defeat the final boss in the Moon Kingdom to unlock the Mushroom Kingdom.

Dark Side Of The Moon Kingdom

Defeat the final boss in the Moon Kingdom, and collect 250 total power moons to unlock the Dark Side Of The Moon Kingdom on the world map. Successfully complete the Dark Side Of The Moon Kingdom to unlock the King's Suit and Crown.

Darker Side Of The Moon Kingdom

Defeat the final boss in the Dark Side Of The Moon Kingdom, and collect 500 total power moons to unlock the Darker Side Of The Moon Kingdom on the world map. Successfully complete the Darker Side Of The Moon Kingdom to unlock the Invisibility Hat.

Amiibo unlockable costumes and hats

Scan the indicated amiibo to unlock the corresponding outfit. Note: All these outfits can also be unlocked without an Amiibo, but they are unlocked instantly by scanning the indicated amiibo.

    Bowser's Tuxedo and Top Hat: Scan the Bowser (Wedding Outfit) amiibo.
    Classic Mario Suit and Hat: Scan the 8-Bit Mario, Smash Bros. Mario, or Mario series Mario amiibo.
    Diddy Kong Suit and Hat: Scan the Smash Bros. Diddy Kong or Mario series Diddy Kong amiibo.
    Dr. Mario Suit and Headgear: Scan the Smash Bros. Dr. Mario amiibo.
    Gold Mario Suit and Hat: Scan the Gold Mario or Silver Mario amiibo.
    Luigi Outfit and Hat: Scan the Smash Bros. Luigi or Mario series Luigi amiibo.
    Mario's Tuxedo and Top Hat: Scan the Mario (Wedding Outfit) amiibo.
    Peach's Bridal Gown and Veil: Scan the Peach (Wedding Outfit) amiibo.
    Waluigi Suit and Hat: Scan the Waluigi amiibo.
    Wario Outfit and Hat: Scan the Smash Bros. Wario or Mario series Wario amiibo.

Bonus costumes and hats

Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding costume or hat:

    Aviator Cap: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Lost Kingdom.

    Aviator Outfit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Lost Kingdom.

    Black Fedora: Purchase it for 50 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Cloud Kingdom.

    Black Suit: Purchase it for 150 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Cloud Kingdom.

    Black Top Hat: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Cap Kingdom.

    Black Tuxedo: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Cap Kingdom.

    Blue Football Uniform: Currently unknown.

    Bowser's Tuxedo and Top Hat: Collect 440 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock them for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Boxer Shorts: Purchase it for 1,000 gold coins at any Crazy Cap store.

    Builder Cap: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at New Donk City Crazy Cap store in the Metro Kingdom.

    Builder Outfit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at New Donk City Crazy Cap store in the Metro Kingdom.

    Captain's Hat: Cappy becomes this after leaving the Cascade Kingdom.

    Caveman Headwear: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Fossil Falls Crazy Cap store in the Cascade Kingdom.

    Caveman Garb: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Fossil Falls Crazy Cap store in the Cascade Kingdom.

    Chef Hat: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Mount Volbono Crazy Cap store in the Luncheon Kingdom.

    Chef Suit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Mount Volbono Crazy Cap store in the Luncheon Kingdom.

    Clown Hat: Purchase it for 50 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Seaside Kingdom.

    Clown Suit: Purchase it for 150 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Seaside Kingdom.

    Cowboy Hat: Purchase it for 20 purple collectibles at the Tostarena Town Crazy Cap store in the Sand Kingdom.

    Cowboy Outfit: Purchase it for 25 purple collectibles at the Tostarena Town Crazy Cap store in the Sand Kingdom.

    Diddy Kong Suit and Hat: Collect 320 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock them for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Dr. Mario Suit and Headgear: Collect 240 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock them for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Employee Cap: Purchase it for 50 gold coins at any Crazy Cap store.

    Employee Uniform: Purchase it for 150 gold coins at any Crazy Cap store.

    Explorer Hat: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Steam Gardens Crazy Cap store in the Wooded Kingdom.

    Explorer Outfit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Steam Gardens Crazy Cap store in the Wooded Kingdom.

    Football Helmet: Purchase it for 50 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in Bowser's Kingdom.

    Football Uniform: Purchase it for 150 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in Bowser's Kingdom.

    Fashionable Cap: Purchase it for 50 gold coins at the Tostarena Town Crazy Cap store in the Sand Kingdom.

    Fashionable Suit: Purchase it for 150 gold coins at the Tostarena Town Crazy Cap store in the Sand Kingdom.

    Gold Mario Hat: Collect 520 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock it for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Gold Mario Suit: Collect 500 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock it for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Golf Cap: Purchase it for 20 purple collectibles at New Donk City Crazy Cap store in the Metro Kingdom.

    Golf Outfit: Purchase it for 25 purple collectibles at New Donk City Crazy Cap store in the Metro Kingdom.

    Hakama: Collect 380 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock it for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Happi Headband: Purchase it for 20 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in Bowser's Kingdom.

    Happi Outfit: Purchase it for 25 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in Bowser's Kingdom.

    Invisibility Hat: Successfully complete the Darker Side Of The Moon Kingdom.

    King's Suit and Crown: Successfully complete the Dark Side Of The Moon Kingdom.

    Luigi Hat: Collect 180 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock it for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Luigi Outfit: Collect 160 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock it for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Mario 64 Cap: Purchase it for 15 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Mushroom Kingdom.

    Mario 64 Suit: Purchase it for 20 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Mushroom Kingdom.

    Mario's Top Hat: Purchase it for purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Moon Kingdom.

    Mario's Tuxedo: Purchase it for purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Moon Kingdom.

    Mechanic Cap: Purchase it for 50 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Lake Kingdom.

    Mechanic Outfit: Purchase it for 150 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Lake Kingdom.

    Metal Mario Cap: Collect 540 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock it for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Metal Mario Suit: Collect 560 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock it for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Painter Cap: Purchase it for 20 purple collectibles at the Mount Volbono Crazy Cap store in the Luncheon Kingdom.

    Painter Outfit: Purchase it for 25 purple collectibles at the Mount Volbono Crazy Cap store in the Luncheon Kingdom.

    Peach's Bridal Gown and Veil: Collect 480 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock them for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Pirate Hat: Purchase it for 50 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Snow Kingdom.

    Pirate Outfit: Purchase it for 150 gold coins at the Crazy Cap store in the Snow Kingdom.

    Poncho: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Tostarena Town Crazy Cap store in the Sand Kingdom.

    Resort Hat: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Seaside Kingdom.

    Resort Outfit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Seaside Kingdom.

    Sailor Hat: Purchase it for 20 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Seaside Kingdom.

    Sailor Suit: Purchase it for 25 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Seaside Kingdom.

    Samurai Helmet: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in Bowser's Kingdom.

    Samurai Armor: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in Bowser's Kingdom.

    Scientist Visor: Purchase it for 20 purple collectibles at the Steam Gardens Crazy Cap store in the Wooded Kingdom.

    Scientist Outfit: Purchase it for 25 purple collectibles at the Steam Gardens Crazy Cap store in the Wooded Kingdom.

    Skeleton Suit: Purchase it for purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Mushroom Kingdom.

    Snow Hood: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Snow Kingdom.

    Snow Suit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Snow Kingdom.

    Sombrero: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Tostarena Town Crazy Cap store in the Sand Kingdom.

    Space Helmet: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Moon Kingdom.

    Space Suit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Moon Kingdom.

    Swim Goggles: Purchase it for 5 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Lake Kingdom.

    Swimwear Outfit: Purchase it for 10 purple collectibles at the Crazy Cap store in the Lake Kingdom.

    Waluigi Suit and Hat: Collect 280 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock them for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Wario Outfit and Hat: Collect 360 moons and successfully complete the game to unlock them for purchase at all Crazy Cap stores.

    Wetsuit: Purchase it at the Bubblaine Crazy Cap store in the Seaside Kingdom.

All costumes and hats

The following video shows all 42 costumes and hats in Super Mario Odyssey.

All secret warp locations

Search the indicted location in the listed kingdom to find the corresponding hidden painting warp zone. To reach special locations in certain kingdoms, Mario must use secret painting warp holes. There are ten total painting portals, and each one leads to a bonus power moon.

    Cascade Kingdom: Dive into the water at the base of the waterfall near your ship and swim to find a hidden cave. Travel up and above the coins to find the painting warp zone. It warps you to Bowser's Kingdom.

    Sand Kingdom: Fast travel to the "Tostarena Ruins Sand Pillar" flag, then drop down onto the desert past the spinning coin sand hill. At the base of the stone tower nearby (near a Jaxi Stop) is the painting warp zone, on a ruined wall sticking out of the sand. It warps you to the Metro Kingdom.

    Lake Kingdom: Take the stairs up to the left of the Odyssey ship starting point. There is a flag (Courtyard warp) with a small pool nearby. Dive in to find a painting warp zone at the bottom. It warps you to the Sand Kingdom.

    Wooded Kingdom: Fast travel to the "Iron Mountain Path Station 8" flag, then drop down and look left. There is a fence with a gap (and a pole). Throw Cappy at the wooden statue at the end of the platforms. Complete the challenge, then travel behind the metal girder to reach a larger platform with a rock. Look behind it to find the painting warp zone. It warps you to the Luncheon Kingdom.

    Metro Kingdom: From the Odyssey ship, simply drop down onto a platform directly behind it to find the painting warp zone.

    Snow Kingdom: Return to the Snow Kingdom after completing the area, then capture the closest cloud with Cappy. With the cloud (available down the main path), travel left until you reach a large stone block on a cliff. Blow the block, cross the ice until it reaches a high platform on the other side, then use the block to reach a snowy platform with the painting warp zone. It warps you to the Cascade Kingdom. You also will need that block after exiting the cloud and returning to Mario's normal form.

    Seaside Kingdom: Defeat the kingdom boss, then return and jump into the water jets that launch Mario into the main fountain. Dive into the water in the fountain (outside the center) to find the painting warp zone at the bottom. It warps you to the Lake Kingdom.

    Luncheon Kingdom: Fast travel to the "Path To The Meat Plateau" flag, and grab one of the floating bubbles with Cappy. Get across the platforms ahead, then turn right and reach the upper-right corner of the map to find a huge mushroom-shaped island. Get behind the platforms where the peppers are rolling down to find the painting warp zone. It warps you to the Mushroom Kingdom.

    Bowser's Kingdom: Defeat all four mini-bosses, then travel to the "Main Courtyard Entrance" flag. Go left from there, and then circle around the building below to find the painting warp zone. It warps you to the Moon Kingdom.

    Mushroom Kingdom: Leave the Odyssey ship, then turn around. To your right is a hill surrounded by trees. The painting warp zone is on the ground, facing up.

All hidden Goombette locations

Search the indicated locations in the listed kingdom to find Goombette and get a power moon. She only appears in five kingdoms. Use captured Goombas to reach her. Bring her a Goomba to get a power moon.

Sand Kingdom

    1. Near the inverted pyramid arena, go back to the start of the zone and stack up the Goombas in sombreros. When you have four, go back across the quicksand using the floating platform. Jump up to the area ahead, then to the raised stone on your left. Reach the upper area above to reach Goombette.

    2. Return to the same area with the Goombas, and create another stack of four. From the Goomba territory, go right and follow the path around the structure. Turn left at the end, and proceed forward until you reach a cliff. Move left along the ledge until you reach Goombette.

Lake Kingdom

    3. Goombette is behind the Odyssey. Defeat the Broodal mini-boss to make steps appear to the left of the starting area. Then, go up those stairs and stack 10 Goombas —- take all of them down into the water to one of the mermaid platforms. Take the last remaining Goomba to Goombette to get a power moon.

Wooded Kingdom

    4. Defeat the Broodel mini-boss at the Sky Garden Tower, then return to the poisonous purple swamp. Capture a tank, and shoot the breakable wall along the metal. Enter the new area and activate the kettle bot —- plant the seed that spawns in a nearby pot and climb up to reach an area that is filled with Goombas. Stack all nine Goombas to reach Goombette on the nearby high platform.

Seaside Kingdom

    5. From the Odyssey starting spot, proceed left along the beach to find a bunch of Goombas with pirate hats. Capture five of them, and march them up the hill path between the cliffs; avoid the spike shells. You will find Goombette on a ridge to the left.

Luncheon Kingdom

    6. Goombette is visible near the Odyssey ship, on a high platform across the bubbling pink stuff. Go right from the Odyssey and stack four Goombas, then march back to Goombette's location. Be careful since the path contains exploding tomatoes and rolling corn-cobs.

Mushroom Kingdom

    7. Go to Goomba Wood. Goombette is on a high platform across the moat. Before trying to reach Goombette, use Cappy to remove the four wooden stoppers to mostly drain the moat. Capture 10 Goombas after lowering the water level, then march them over to Goombette.

All Princess Peach locations

Search the indicted locations after completing the game to find Princess Peach and Tiara.

Timeline

    00:13 - Cap Kingdom
    01:11 - Cascade Kingdom
    01:55 - Sand Kingdom
    03:10 - Wooded Kingdom
    04:17 - Lake Kingdom
    05:34 - Cloud Kingdom
    06:14 - Lost Kingdom
    06:58 - Metro Kingdom
    08:09 - Seaside Kingdom
    08:49 - Snow Kingdom
    09:46 - Luncheon Kingdom
    10:35 - Ruined Kingdom
    11:27 - Bowser's Kingdom
    12:14 - Moon Kingdom
    13:35 - Mushroom Kingdom

Easy gold coins

This farming method allows you to earn 72 gold coins per run. Travel to the Central Plaza in the Cap Kingdom, then go through the Cappy door past the green viewfinder. Capture a frog, swim right from the entrance, and look for a tiny indentation in the wall. Jump in it to find 72 coins. Then, simply exit and re-enter as many times as desired to get an unlimited number of gold coins.

This farming method allows you to earn up to 108 gold coins per run. Travel to the Top Of The Big Stump in the Cascade Kingdom, and proceed through the Cappy door. It is to the left of the stump, after jumping down to a platform on a hill. Go through the door and capture the T-Rex, then start stomping the hedgehogs that appear. If you smash them all, you will get 108 gold coins and a power moon (if you have not already completed the challenge). The power moon will not respawn, but the coins will. Simply leave the chamber and re-enter to reset it. Repeat this as many times as desired.

This farming method allows you to earn 62 gold coins per run. This method requires you to make a circuit around the indicated area. Warp to the "Rocky Mountain Summit" flag in the Lost Kingdom, and follow these steps:

    1. Collect 6 coins around the flag.

    2. Run through the plants around the palm tree for 8 coins.

    3. Collect the power moon (or missing power moon) on top of the palm tree for 5 coins.

    4. Drop down to the left of the Crazy Cap store, then drop down again to find another power moon. Collect it (or the empty vessel) for 5 more coins.

    5. Smash the nearby wall Mario for 10 coins.

    6. Go towards the button platform, and collect the 3 coins on the way there.

    7. Ground pound the large button, then collect 25 coins before the timer runs out.

You can collect 62 total coins if you follow that route. Exit the map and re-enter to reset the coins. Repeat this as many times as desired.

Revealing things Cappy can capture

Leave Mario idle, and eventually little white hats will appear on anything Cappy can capture. This is very helpful for finding things you did not know Cappy can capture.

Canceling Cappy capture

If you throw Cappy at the wrong thing you want to capture, simply press ZL to immediately cancel the capture.

Secret hearts

In addition to being able to purchase hearts in the Crazy Cap stores, you can also find them in secret spots around the environment. Use Mario and Cappy's spin move on red flowers with green stalks to get an extra heart. These flowers usually are in a circle, or a circular arrangement that makes them possible to hit with a spin attack. When you see a pink cat Mario on graffiti, throw Cappy at it to get hearts.

Reaching secret areas and moons

Wear the special costumes you can purchase from Crazy Cap stores in a specific kingdom to allow Mario to collect power moons and access certain locations you cannot normally reach in that kingdom.

Collecting power moons

Finding 250 and 500 power moons to unlock the bonus kingdoms is pretty difficult. You have to search all worlds, complete all puzzles, and do a lot of exploring to get that many moons. Return to a kingdom after defeating its boss, as a lot of new optional tasks will be unlocked. Additionally, make sure to smash the moon blocks. They are marked on your map in each kingdom —- they give approximately 20 moons per kingdom. You can also purchase packs of 10 moons for 1,000 coins from shops.

Finding power moons

Open the map, then press Y to display the "Lists" menu. You can view all the power moons you have found so far, where you found them, and a list showing all the available moons in the kingdom. Missing moon entries are numbered -- so you will know how many you have not collected, and which big blank areas you probably should explore.

Easy power moons

Scan any non-Super Mario Odyssey amiibo after holding D-pad Left to send the amiibo out into the kingdom to find a power moon.

Talk to Talkatoo, who will appear after you defeat the major boss of a kingdom. He will give you a cryptic clue everytime to you to him to find a power moon.

Hint Toad appears after defeating the major boss of a kingdom. Pay him 50 gold coins to place a marker on your map showing you a power moon location.

Extra power moons from hidden NPCs

In addition to the regular moons you can collect, Mario can also complete quests for NPCs after completing the game to get moons. Even if you have not finished the story, there are still many characters that will give you moons just for finding and talking to them. Captain Toad is usually located in some hidden spot, while Goombette (the lady Goomba) will give you a moon for bringing stacks of goombas to her location. After completing the story, Princess Peach will appear in all kingdoms and reward Mario with a moon for finding her. She is easy to locate, and she will give you a clue for every spot she is in during each dialogue.

Advanced Cappy moves

All of Cappy’s best moves are motion control only. For example, one move is Homing Cappy (flick the Joy-Con to automatically home-in on the closest enemy, even if you missed your throw). There are also lots of other optional moves that are very useful, like tap Y for a longer Cappy throw, or roll Mario up in a Metroid-esque ball to gain extra momentum.

Chaining Cappy and Mario moves

Use motion controls to chain Mario's jumps with Cappy's abilities. This is useful for crossing large areas and traveling around the environment. Two combinations are perform a long Cappy throw, then a Dive jump; or throw Cappy, jump on Cappy, throw Cappy again, then Dive jump off Cappy. There are many combinations you can create. Mastering these techniques are not easy, but they are worth learning.

Taking pictures

Pause the game and press D-pad Down to enter Photo mode. It is not specified, but Photo mode is accessible from the start of the game. Photo mode includes lots of filters, stickers, and options to take fun pictures of Mario. It is also fun to play around with all of Mario’s different kingdom-specific idle animations.

Pauline's quiz answers

When you encounter Pauline in New Donk City Plaza, she will ask some random questions. After answering Pauline's questions, she will send you on a quest to select the perfect present. To find it, travel to the Heliport flag, go to the iron girders, and drop to a platform. At the end is a pink handbag surrounded by coins. Grab it and return it to Pauline to get a power moon. The following are the answers to her questions:

    Q: What do you think my hobby is?
    A: Going on walks.

    Q: Which of these things did I actually do a long time ago?
    A: Captured by ape.

    Q: How am I doing as mayor?
    A: Fantastic!

    Q: What is my most treasured possession?
    A: A hat.

    Q: What am I bad with?
    A: Fixing machines.

    Q: What kind of music do I like?
    A: Peppy music.

    Q: What do I just adore?
    A: Cake.

All boss fights with no damage

The following video shows all boss fights while taking no damage.

Final boss and ending in Wedding Dress

The following video shows the final boss battle and ending with Mario wearing the Wedding Dress outfit.

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