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New Super Mario Bros. Wonder Gameplay Details Revealed

During the special Super Mario Bros. Wonder Direct stream. Nintendo showcased some new and exciting gameplay for the upcoming platformer. If anything, the game looks wildly familiar while at the same time, completely mad. From Bowser turning into a literal floating castle to all the crazy power-ups players can find throughout the game.

It is important to note that Super Mario Bros. Wonder takes place outside of the Mushroom Kingdom for the first time. Players will now visit the Flower Kingdom instead. It is composed of seven distinct locations that aim to provide a breath of fresh air for long-time fans of the series,

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Of course, this is a Super Mario platformer so you can expect every level to provide a nail-biting challenge as you go along. It is as if every object is designed to hit you and every platform is designed to conveniently move out the way when you need it.

There are multiple playable characters in Super Mario Bros. Wonder. Nintendo says that while they all look different and transform into different looks with the various power-ups, they all play exactly the same. However, Yoshi and Nabbit are the only two characters that don’t take damage. These characters are made to be more accessible to players.

The Wonder Flower mechanic is also a big deal in Super Mario Bros Wonder. Touching one in a level will dramatically change the overall look and design of the stage. Every Wonder Flower course takes things to a new level with challenging platforming and intricate jumps. Players will then need to use the various new power-ups to overcome these Wonder Flower courses.

There’s a lot to unpack in the latest Super Mario Bros. Wonder Direct. Watch the full 15-minute version below. Super Mario Bros. Wonder launches on 20 October for Nintendo Switch. Speaking of, there’s also a new Nintendo Switch OLED Mario Red Edition coming our way.

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