Ultimate Super Mario Bros.Edit
Edit Comments17,738PAGES ON THIS WIKI Added by SpideyNMarioUltimate Super Mario Bros. is a game on the Wii. It is similar to New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Super Mario Bros. 2010, I Wanna Be The Guy and New Super Mario Bros. D.I.Y..
United States: August 5th, 2010
Canada: August 10th, 2010
Europe: August 27th, 2010
Australia: September 4th, 2010
South Korea: September 19th, 2010
Japan: October 14th, 2010
Ultimate Super Mario Bros. is most famous for its similarity to the original Super Mario Bros. game. A little of the landscape is engineered specifically to kill the player. Alongside a traditional range of recognizable dangers, such as collapsing platforms, enemies and bottomless pits, there are many more obvious threats as well, all impossible to avoid without knowing it (such as Koopa Shells and other enemies). Mario always dies with a single hit in his Small form, at which point he falls off the screen. If you run out of lives, you'll get the Game Over screen. An easter egg is when you get 100 or more lives, Mario's hat is gone! The only way to get it back is to use a code named: "I got my hat back"!
The game has ten difficulty levels. They are Ultra Easy, Simple, Very Easy, Easy, Medium, Hard, Tough, Very Hard, Intense and Impossible. "Medium" is the "normal difficulty". The difference between difficulty settings is the number of save points available throughout the game, from one-hundred, ninty-four, ninty-two, eighty-two, fifty, forty-two, thirty-two, twenty-one, twelve to zero.
Another difference between difficulty settings is the deaths needed for the Super Guide Block or the Cosmic Spirit, from zero(none), four, eight, ten, twenty, thirty, fourty, fifty, one-hundred to infinite. Also, while playing on Ultra Easy mode, there are no enemies, hazards or traps, there are one-hundred midway flags, they have Bowser Jr.'s icon instead of Bowser's, you don't need to die for the Super Guide or the Cosmic Spirit to appear, Mario has infinite invinciblity, and you have infinite items in your inventory. In each other difficulty, there are more enemies, hazards and traps, and there are less items to get. And at Impossible mode, there are no Midway Flags, but there are only Midway Flags that attempt to chase and kill you. You can't get items OR even use your items too! You only have one life! You can't use Yoshi, the Super Guide, Hint TVs, or even the Cosmic Guide at all! In the Battle Mode games, not only can you play as the playable characters, but you can play as the damsels and bosses as well. You can switch from the second dimension to the third dimension, similar to Super Paper Mario.
The regular mode of the game can be played in single-player or multiplayer cooperative mode. Players can be freely added and removed between levels. The camera pans as players move and zoom in and out as players move farther away or closer to each other. However, there is a limit, and players who are far behind can lose a life. When a player loses a life, they reappear in a bubble. The player can shake the Wii Remote to move the bubble closer to the surviving players. They can burst that bubble to allow the reappearing player to continue playing. However, if everyone loses a life, or if someone loses a life and everyone else is in a bubble, then the players must restart the level. ? Blocks usually create one item for each player, but only if the player is not in a bubble. For example, a block can produce four Mushrooms when four players are playing, but it only produces three if one player is in a bubble. A player can place themself in a bubble by pressing the A button on the Wii Remote or the C button if a player is using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk. The player inside the bubble cannot be harmed by anything. The player inside the bubble can shake the Wii Remote to bring themself closer to the players that are not in the bubble. Bubbles can only burst when a player not in a bubble comes in contact with the bubble or throws a fireball/iceball at the bubble. If all the players are in a bubble, they have to restart the level. They return to normal form, but they do not lose any lives. When one player grabs the flagpole at the end of the level, the other players have a limited amount of time to grab the flagpole before the level ends. However, not all the players are required to grab the flagpole at the end of the level. Players play the game holding the Wii Remote vertically, horizontally or by using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk combination. While sideways, tilting the Wii Remote can perform actions such as changing the direction of a light or tilting platforms when activated. Players can activate these by standing on them; the color and the symbol of the character on the platform determines who is controlling them.Shaking the Wii remote activates the spin jump, seen in Super Mario World. Players can carry objects such as frozen enemies and barrels by pressing 1 (or B with Wii Remote and Nunchuk) and shaking the Wii Remote near the object. It's possible to ride on Yoshi as well. Yoshi can swallow many different objects in the game including hammers thrown by Hammer Bros.(but not the Hammer Bros. themselves), fireballs shot by a player with a Fire Flower or by a Fire Bro., and as well as iceballs shot by a player wielding an Ice Flower or Penguin Suit or by an Ice Bro. Yoshi can then spit these objects out. Yoshi can also carry other players in his mouth for a short period of time and use his Flutter Jump, a move of his first introduced in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island. Yoshi also has the ability to swallow apples throughout the course. When Yoshi eats an apple, a count appears to see how many apples Yoshi has swallowed. If Yoshi eats five apples, the player gets a reward such as a 1-up or power-up item. Yoshi cannot use his tongue to help characters obtain power-ups, unlike in Super Mario World, because Yoshi keeps the power-up in his mouth. However, if the players reach the end of the level while riding on their Yoshis, they have to leave their mounts behind. Therefore, there are only certain levels in which players can ride Yoshis.  On the map screen, pressing 1 (or B with the Nunchuk) allows the player to go to a screen where items from Toad houses and extra items can be used (like in Super Mario Bros. 3). The player can activate items during levels. Pressing - (minus) on the map allows the player to go to any previously visited world.
Here are some extra secrets in the game:
- 1: The only difference between the Cosmic Guide and the Super Guide is that the Super Guide doesn't use the level shortcuts. The Cosmic Guide uses the shortcuts and is at Super Skill Level 10, and the Super Guide is at Super Skill Level 5.
- 2: Like in New Super Mario Bros. Wii, you can go to Peach's Castle and watch some Hint Movies. An easter egg is when you complete the entire game, Peach will appear instead of Toad.
- 3: Not only do you have to reach the flagpole in each level(except for the fortress and castle in each world), but you have to collect all of the 720 Power Stars too! What a huge storyline I made!
- 4: Mattie got some great ideas to add. I am eternally grateful for him for helping me. Yes, I'm a Toy Story fanatic.
- 5: This game uses most of the features in other Mario games, all new, old, real and fan-made. And I made features of my own to create this game!
- 6: To buy more items and other stuff, go to Yoshi's Island and find Yellow Yoshi's store.
- 7: In the top secret areas, there's always very special items waiting for you.
- 8: Every character can speak English.
- 9: I've worked on this game for days. I've retired for a couple months and then I finished it.
- 10: I got some songs from Gran Turismo 4, other Mario games, the Toy Story 3 soundtrack and others.
- 11: In Ultra Easy mode, the Toad Houses don't disappear. They'll just stay forever. But on a harder difficulty, after you go in there and then get out, it goes away. But in Impossible mode, they don't appear at all!
- 12: In Ultra Easy mode, every level doesn't include a time limit.
- 13: Giga Bowser makes his first Mario-only game appearance.
- 14: This game should be real. Seriously.
- 15: I made a cameo in the game! Surprising, huh?
- 16: This game is very similar to New Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Galaxy, New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Super Mario Galaxy 2. And some other Mario games.
- 17: If you need 1-Up Mushrooms or 3-Up Moons, play 1-Up Blast or 3-Up Blast, spend some coins on Toadsworth's shop, or withdraw your coins to Banktoad.
- 18: You can race Koopa The Quick anytime!
- 19: Peach's secret slide finally returns after so many years of being absent.
- 20: The Koopa Kids from the Mario Party series return in this game, but this time, they're enemies.
- 21: To use your items, press minus on your Wiimote to show your items, choose the one you want with the D-pad on the Wiimote, and press A on the Wiimote for Mario to eat the item.
- 22: There's a mini-game called Ultimate Mario Kart in this game.
- 23: The Dark Star from Bowser's Inside Story returns as the secret boss.
- 24: The Toad Houses return, and the red ones, green ones and gold ones do the same games from New Super Mario Bros. Wii. But there's a new kind: blue Toad Houses. Their mini-game is Power-Up 1-Up Starman Panel Blast, a combination of the red, green and yellow houses' games.
- 25: The battle against Bowser and Morton Koopa Sr. is the hardest Mario boss of all time.
Mario and Peach are walking outside Mario's house. Suddenly, Bowser kidnaps Peach, and the 720 Power Stars! From there, Bowser, Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings load her onto their ship while Mario follows closely. The Toads and Yoshis from the castle soon use a cannon to blast away the Bowser Mushroom and other brand new suits towards Mario so he can have access to them, defeat Bowser and collect the Power Stars to power Peach's castle again! When Mario finally gets to the final castle, he finds none other than Bowser himself. He jumps on the button to defeat Bowser, sending him falling into the lava below. After Mario celebrates his victory, he sees Peach crying in a cage. However, she turns out to be Kamek in Peach's dress. Kamek then turns Bowser into Giga Bowser. After Bowser has been transformed, Mario can do nothing but run away from Giga Bowser. Soon he finds a dead end with a huge, Starman-shaped button. He pushes it, and Bowser's castle self-destructs, making Bowser return into normal size and making him fly high in the sky! Mario and Peach set off, out of the destroyed castle. As they venture out, they see Luigi, Wario and Waluigi arrive in their hot air balloons. Luigi lets Mario and Peach into his balloon and is accidentally left behind. Wario and Waluigi then offer Luigi a ride in their balloon. As they sail off, Peach asks Mario if she told him about the Secret World. After the credits, Larry Koopa is seen limping toward the annihilated castle. He meets Bowser Jr., who shows Larry the rest of the Koopalings trying to push Bowser right side up. They finally succeed, with a huge thud, causing the castle to fall on top of Bowser and his eight children, immediately killing them.
While the player is creating a level, he/she must choose five or up to six, seven, eight, nine or ten of the characters to star in the level!
Your favorite hero is back, and he wants you to create a challenge for him! He's always ready to save ANY princess and defeat ANY villain! He's the basic character, and he's the character for beginners. He jumps, runs and even stops perfectly!
Mario's taller and younger brother, who gets cowardly a few times, but he's a big help on the run! He jumps very high, but he's harder to stop. He runs quicker than his more famous brother.
He puts the fun in fungi! This little mushroomy subject of Princess Peach decided to join the Mario Bros.! He's the third fastest playable character! He's a great jumper and a fantastic swimmer. However, he's weak, compared to the other nine characters.
Mario's rival. This time he teams up with Mario yet again to get as many coins as possible! The more coins you put in the level, the better Wario will cooperate! Just remember, you're the one controlling him. He's EASILY the strongest character yet! He can punch through walls, and can even ground-pound harder than any character. However, he's the worst jumper and slowest character in the entire game. It depends on you if you'd like him to wear his long-sleeve yellow shirt, or his yellow T-shirt.
Luigi's rival. This tricky cheater is the best jumper in the entire game, and even the tallest. With his help, you can cheat in the level instead of beating it without cheating. He's greedy like his brother, Wario. He's stronger than Luigi, but he's a tad weak.
Mario's baby counterpart who was friends with Yoshi a very long time ago. After having some time travel trouble, this little guy was adopted, who is now Mario's son. He's the fastest playable character, but he needs a little bit work on those jumps.
Luigi's baby counterpart. He was adopted and now he's Luigi's son! He got kidnapped by Kamek numerous times, but is rescued by Baby Mario and Yoshi. He easily gets frightened, like Luigi. He's the second fastest playable character in the game, but sadly is the weakest also. He jumps well, but is seriously hard to control.
Mario's friend, pet, and noble steed. He can be riden on by Mario or any other character. He comes in these colors: green, yellow, red and blue.
Yoshi's girlfriend. She used to be Mario's enemy, but now she's a friend to him. She comes in these following colors: pink, aqua, teal and brown.
You can ride on him in World 4 in Story Mode, but you can ride on him anywhere in a created level. You can also ride on Diddy Kong!
The player can choose which of the hostages get kidnapped and who kidnapped him/her. Not only that, the player can even choose the music of the intro and kidnapping.
Peach is the princess of the Mushroom Kingdom and Mario's wife. She gets kidnapped by Bowser just about every week. It's a good thing Mario and his friends are always there to rescue her. If you choose her to be the damsel, the storyline will take place in her castle where she always get kidnapped.
Another princess that Mario saved from a alien named Tatanga. She's now Luigi's wife. Now, she's in her tomboy side. Also she loves flowers.
A lonely princess with a very, VERY sad story. Her mother died a long time ago and she got lost in space with her best friend, Luma. She never got kidnapped, and this is her first time, starting right now.
A pirate who was a enemy of Wario, but now she became her other girlfriend.
The princess of the Shake Dimension. She got captured by the Shake King.
Tiny elf-like creatures. They serve for Queen Merelda.
Peach's younger self. She later became Peach's daughter. She's also Baby Mario's sister.
Daisy's younger self. She later became Daisy's daughter. She's also Baby Luigi's sister.
Waluigi's wife. She delivers pizza, and this is her first time she ever got kidnapped.
There's seven different kings that were transformed by the Koopalings. To transform them back to normal, use one of the Koopalings' wands. And, no, they do not say "Mah Boi".
If you choose Toadsworth to be the damsel, he can be saved to obtain three of these different mushrooms: Super, 1-Up, Mega, Mini, Spike, Propeller, Penguin, Phoenix or Bowser. To end a Enemy Course, grab all of the Toadsworth Balloons without being defeated by a enemy.
If you choose Toadette to be the damsel, she can be also saved to obtain three of these different mushrooms: Super, 1-Up, Mega, Mini, Spike, Propeller, Penguin, Phoenix or Bowser. To end a Enemy Course, grab all of the Toadette Balloons without being defeated by a enemy.
If you choose Toad to be the damsel, he can be saved to obtain three of these different mushrooms: Super, 1-Up, Mega, Mini, Spike, Propeller, Penguin, Phoenix or Bowser. To end a Enemy Course, collect all of the Toad Balloons without being defeated by a enemy.
To save the damsel in distress, you need to defeat the boss.
The mighty king of all Koopas who failed to defeat Mario one quadrillion times. It depends which stage to you select in your created level, the Mushroom Kingdom, the Forest, the Jungle, his castle, and even his kingdom. Like always, he has the ability to roll his shell, claw people, and shoot fireballs and his fire breath. Defeat him by stomping on him with the Mega Mushroom, shoot 50 fireballs with the Fire Flower, or stomp on the Skull Switch behind him. You can also make him ride on his Koopa Clown Car to battle him.
Bowser's skeleton counterpart. He can throw bones and shoot fire. Defeat him by stomping on him with the Mega Mushroom, shoot 50 fireballs with the Fire Flower, or stomp on the Skull Switch behind him.
Bowser's son. He has all sorts of weapons(depending on you choosing) to control or just use, including his miniature Koopa Clown Car, Megaleg, Digga-Leg, Megahammer, his Boomsday Machine and green(or red) Koopa Shells.
Bowser's seven children and Bowser Jr.'s siblings. It depends on you if you want them to use their magic wands or not.
The Koopalings' babysitter, and Bowser's when he was a baby. It depends on you if you want him to use his magic wand or his broom to fly around to attack Mario with or not.
The king of the Piranha Plants. He can fly and create tornadoes, he can even vomit out goop.
The king of the Boos. He can throw his crown, and disappear, confusing Mario.
Bowser's minion that moves back and forth, waving his arms up and down.
Shadow Mario and Shadow Luigi are dark clones of Mario and Luigi.
Wario's arch-enemy. He is also the kidnapper of Queen Merelda and the Bottomless Coin Sack.
Morton Koopa Jr.'s grandfather and Bowser's father.
There are five different modes to choose from.
Save your love from your rival!
This game is from New Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo DS. Collect as many stars before your opponent does!
This game is from New Super Mario Bros. Wii for the Nintendo Wii. Get as many coins as possible! Star Coins give you 10 coins.
Try to beat the other players by emptying their HP. Items can help you too!
Try to beat a level before your opponents do. Don't forget to grab coins, they'll let you lose time in the clock. Dying on purpose is definitely not going to help you. In Battle Mode, the options are the same ones from New Super Mario Bros. Omega.
A peaceful kingdom named the Mushroom Kingdom ruled by Peach, and the home of many Toads, Mario and Luigi.
The king of all Goombas is ready to squash Mario with his weight. He's as strong as a Mega Goomba!
A hot, dry desert named Sarasaland ruled by Princess Daisy.
The king of the Piranha Plants. He makes a huge return, and he's bigger than ever. Lucky for Mario, Petey isn't the most smartest boss of all in the game!
A island named Isle Delfino is the home of Piantas and Nokis. Even many Yoshis live here. It's a great place to relax after all!
After Mario caused so much pain to the king of Bloopers in Isle Delfino, he swears revenge. His weakness hasn't changed.
A jungle which is the home of Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong and many Kongs. They're attacked by King K. Rool and the Kremlings.
The king of the Kremlings.
A cold world. Penguins live here, and their home is a playground.
This time he has a new ability: fireballs! He has a weakness for fire though.
Mountains everywhere! Don't look down, or else you'll fall all the way down to the ground!
Seven kids in one battle! Look out, they may be tough.
A world covered by clouds, ruled by Lakitus.
He's back, and still afraid of the light. He hopes to defeat Luigi this time.
A evil and dark world ruled by Bowser himself. Peach is captured in Bowser's castle here.
The king of Koopas battles Mario old school once again here.
A world filled with "Awesome Power". Yellow stickmen with the Awesome Face rule this world.
He uses his miniature version of Bowser's Koopa Clown Car.
A magical rainbow star.
He shoots magical blasts from his wand.
Semi-Final Boss: Dry BowserEdit
He shoots fire, just like the normal Bowser. Unlike the original Bowser, he throws bones!Edit
Final Boss: Bowser and Morton Koopa Sr.Edit
Now there's two Bowsers now?!! Wow! Good luck, Mario!Edit
Heaven is Rosalina's home.Edit
A evil version of Rosalina.Edit
Hell is where all evil lives.Edit
Now you fight every boss all at once!Edit
These will help you in your quest!
Turns Mario into Super Mario.
Turns Mario into Fire Mario.
Turns Mario into Ice Mario.
Turns Mario into Thunder Mario(A.K.A. Lightning Mario).
Turns Mario into Wind Mario.
Turns Mario into Bomb Mario.
Turns Mario into Water Mario.
Turns Mario into Invincible Mario.