Coin Battle

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Coin Battle is a mode in New Super Mario Bros. Wii and New Super Mario Bros. U. A multiplayer-only mode in both games, the mode puts emphasis on collecting coins in exclusive or pre-made levels. The goal is to collect the most coins out of all the other players.

History[edit]

New Super Mario Bros. Wii[edit]

In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Coin Battle is selectable from the game's main menu. It is up to two to four players. Every course from the main game is selectable, although the worlds have to be visited once in the main game in order to play them in Coin Battle.

Coin Values[edit]

Items[edit]
Item Reward as the player
Coin/Blue Coin/Red Coin 1 coin
Star Coin 10 coins
Flagpole[edit]
Player Height Reward
Highest Player 20 coins
Second-Highest Player 15 coins
Second-Lowest Player 10 coins
Lowest Player 5 coins

New Super Mario Bros. U[edit]

Coin Battle Team Selection in New Super Mario Bros. U.

In New Super Mario Bros. U, Coin Battle returns and is selectable from the main menu. Like in New Super Mario Bros. Wii, every course in the main game is playable in Coin Battle, and there is even a set of exclusive courses. Unlike New Super Mario Bros. Wii, however, players can be grouped into different teams (such as one versus three, two versus two or free-for-all) and pitted against each other. The Wii U GamePad player also has the option of setting up custom coin layouts in other courses, which then can be played by the players with Wii Remotes. Also unlike New Super Mario Bros. Wii, players have unlimited lives and the coin counter has been removed.

Coin Values[edit]

Items[edit]
Item Reward as the player
Coin/Blue Coin/Red Coin 1 coin
1-Up Mushroom 5 coins
Midway Point 10 coins
Star Coin 10 coins
Flagpole[edit]
Height Reward as the player
Top 20 coins
Lower than Top 2-19 coins


Coin Courses[edit]

Main article: Coin Courses

Another exclusive to Coin Battle are the Coin Courses, multiplayer exclusive courses made specifically for Coin Battle.

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOA) Cazamonedas
Spanish (NOE) Caza de monedas
French (NOA) Chasse aux Pièces
French (NOE) Course aux Pièces
Dutch Muntenstrijd
German Münzenjagd
Italian Caccia alle monete
Portuguese Batalha de Moedas
Russian Бой с монетками