Big Bounce Byway

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Level
Big Bounce Byway
Screenshot of Super Mario 3D World.
World-Level World 4-4
World World 4
Game Super Mario 3D World
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
Time limit 400 seconds
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Big Bounce Byway (High Bounce Highlands in the British English Wii U version), also named World 4-4, is the fourth level in World 4 of Super Mario 3D World and its Nintendo Switch port Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. The player gains access to it by beating Brolder Blockade, and completion of either this level or Beep Block Skyway unlocks Spike's Lost City.

Layout[edit]

The Goal Pole area.

The level is set in a grassy mountain area. The first portion of the course is filled with Mushroom Trampolines and enemies like Biddybuds and Spinies, as well as the Checkpoint Flag. Following it there is a giant elastic platform that moves slowly across the sky to the Warp Box that leads to the Goal Pole area, an isolated piece of land with a few Hop-Chops.

Green Stars[edit]

  • Green Star 1: The first Green Star is in plain sight inside a hole in the wall near a group of Hop-Chops at the start of the level. The player can use a Hop-Chop as a Springboard to get there, or alternatively climb the wall with a Cat suit.
  • Green Star 2: After the stairs near the Checkpoint Flag, players can use a Springboard or the Cat power to reach two Mushroom Trampolines with a Green Star above them.
  • Green Star 3: The character must enter the Mystery Box near the big bouncing platform. Inside it, they can use a Hop-Chop or the Cat transformation to climb a fence and get the Green Star.

Stamp[edit]

Wii U version
Switch version
  • The stamp is in the middle of two wheels of Para-Biddybuds during the big Mushroom Trampoline ride. The stamp is a 1-Up Mushroom.

Luigi sightings[edit]

If the player Ground Pounds the Cloud Platform with the Warp Box on it, an 8-bit Luigi can be seen before it respawns.

Enemies[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トランポリン高原
Toranporin kōgen
Trampoline Plateau
Chinese 跳跳床高原
Tiàotiàochuáng Gāoyuán
Trampoline Plateau
Dutch Trampolinetocht Trampoline trip
French Rebonds sur trampignons Bounces on "trampignons" (junction of trampoline and champignon [mushroom])
German Abenteuer in den Trampolinbergen Adventure in Trampoline Mountains
Italian Altopiano salterino Hopping plateau
Portuguese Aventura nas alturas Adventure in the heights
Russian По трамплинам ввысь
Po tramplinam vvys'
Upwards with the trampolines
Spanish Trampolines hacia las alturas Trampolines to the heights