Cakewalk Flip

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Cakewalk Flip
Screenshot of a section of Cakewalk Flip with Stingbies in Super Mario 3D World; the Stingbies were replaced by a Ring Burner in the final game
Level code World 5-6
World World 5
Game Super Mario 3D World
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
Time limit 400 seconds
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Cakewalk Flip, otherwise known as World 5-6, is the sixth course in World 5 from Super Mario 3D World and its Nintendo Switch port Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. Both this level and Bob-ombs Below are unlocked by clearing Sprawling Savanna, and completion of either of the former two levels unlocks Searchlight Sneak.


The level starts in an area with some Red-Blue Panels, some which have Piranha Plants on them. A few ? Blocks follow soon after, followed by another Flip-Swap platform area. An upwards slope which also requires Flip-Swap platforms to progress can be seen nearby, followed by a Checkpoint Flag. An area with Ring Burners, a Piranha Plant, and Goombas needs to be navigated in order to reach another area with Flip-Swap platforms. The Goal Pole follows soon after that.

Green Stars[edit]

  • Green Star 1: At the beginning, the first Green Star is on the blue side of the back-left corner of a set of Red-Blue Panels.
  • Green Star 2: After the checkpoint, there is a Warp Pipe guarded by a Piranha Plant that leads to a room where players need to maneuver the ball to the P Panel to reveal the Green Star.
  • Green Star 3: After the second Green Star, the player needs to activate a Green Ring and collect all the Green Coins in order to collect the third Green Star.


Wii U version
Switch version
  • Near the very end, the player needs to activate a two-person Multi-Vator or use Boomerang Mario to get the stamp. The stamp is Princess Peach.

Luigi sighting[edit]

8-Bit Luigis are found as confetti after retrieving the stamp.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジャンプ!ホイップ!スイーツ
Janpu! Hoippu! Suītsu
Jump! Whip! Sweets

Chinese 跳躍!翻轉!甜點!
Tiàoyuè! Fānzhuǎn! Tiándiǎn!
Jump! Flip! Sweets!

Dutch De kers op de taart
Literally The cherry on the cake, with the cherry standing for the Double Cherry. The English equivalent of the saying is "the icing on the cake"
French Régal de dalles
Tile treat
German Hüpfparcours durchs Schlemmerland
Jumping course through the land of gourmets
Italian Percorso tortoso
Cake-y Path (pun on "percorso tortuoso", meaning "curvy path")
Korean 점프! 휘핑! 디저트
Jeompeu! Hwiping! Dijeoteu
Jump! Whipping! Dessert

Portuguese Saltos com cobertura
Jumps with icing
Russian Прыг-скок по печеньям и пирожным
Pryg-skok po pechnyam i pirozhnym
Hop-hopping on cookies and cakes

Spanish Dulces saltos
Sweet Jumps