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Super Mario World - Part 2

Continuing where we last left off, our hero continues through the Vanilla Secrets to the Vanilla Fortress, conquers the Butter Bridge area, unravels the Forest of Illusion, and consumes the delectable Chocolate Island. This part is some what long because there are a lot of secret areas that the player can discover.

Notable levels include:

Vanilla Fortress - The only underwater castle/fotress in the game

Cheese Bridge Area - Clever Secret goal where the player needs to be skilled at flying

Forest of Illusion 1 - In my opinion, the best level for grinding lives (get a star at the power up block after the mid-way point and run through each of the enemies until it runs out, Wigglers give 2-ups)

Forest Ghost House - Easy to forget that this level has 2 goals

Forest of Illusion 4 - First level where the secret level is required to continue

Chocolate Island 2 - Interesting level in which different parts of the level show up depending upon how much time is on the clock or how many coins are collected

Review



In this part, we complete the following levels:

Vanilla Dome:

  • Vanilla Secret 2
  • Vanilla Secret 3
  • Vanilla Fortress (the underwater fortress)
Twin Bridges:
  • Butter Bridge 1
  • Butter Bridge 2
  • Cheese Bridge Area
  • Soda Lake
  • Cookie Mountain
  • Ludwig's Castle
Forest of Illusion:
  • Forest of Illusion 1
  • Forest of Illusion 2
  • Blue Switch Palace
  • Forest of Illusion 3
  • Forset Secret Area
  • Forest of Illusion 4
  • Forest Ghost House
  • Forest Fortress
  • Roy's Castle
Chocolate Island:
  • Chocolate Island 1
  • Choco-Ghost House
  • Chocolate Island 2
  • Chocolate Island 3
  • Chocolate Fortress
  • Chocolate Island 4
  • Chocolate Island 5
  • Chocolate Secret
  • Wendy's Castle
and Finally:
  • Sunken Ghost Ship

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