Caped Escape

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Level
Caped Escape
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World-Level 24 (World-e)
Game Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
Notes The second level to make major use of the Cape Feather.
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Caped Escape[1] is the twenty-fourth e-Reader level and the thirteenth level for Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3. This card was released in Series 2 in Japan. Its official difficulty rating is ★★★☆☆. It was initially released only in Japan, but later became available internationally when the game came to the Wii U Virtual Console in 2016. It contains five Advance Coins and an e-Coin. The key art featured Wendy O. Koopa.

Level Structure[edit]

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Section 1[edit]

The level begins with a small but long cloud platform where the player starts. Next to this platform is a cloud platform, this time a bit shorter and bigger, where a Red Koopa and a Spiny lie. Next to it there is another cloud with a lone Red Koopa. Next is a vertical moving platform and a short cloud platform with another Red Koopa. Next, there are three Falling Platforms and the first Advance Coin. The player proceeds to two cloud platforms one under the another. The top one has a Question Block, containing a Super Leaf. Onwards is another vertical moving platform and a cloud platform with a lone Goomba and three Brick Blocks. Afterwards, there are Lifts and two other cloud platforms with four wood blocks on the right edge. The second Advance Coin can be found on the top cloud. Next is a horizontal moving platform that leads to a cloud platform with two Red Koopas. Afterwards, there is another cloud platform with a lone Spiny and three Falling Platforms that lead to another cloud platform. Next to it is another Lift with the third Advance Coin, then the last cloud platform with a vertical Warp Pipe on the top that leads to the second section.

Section 2[edit]

The second section begins with a cloud platform and a Warp Pipe where the player comes out. Next there are two cloud platforms. Over the second one is a small cloud platform where a lone Cape Feather lies. Another cloud platform is onwards and another leads to a room made of wooden blocks with Triangular Blocks on the angles, then the player flies on a wave with coins and the last two Advance Coins. On the end there are three small and long cloud platforms and a bigger one. If the player's Power Meter is charged, he or she can fly upwards to the very top of the level and find a lone cloud with a Question Block that contains the e-Coin. On the last cloud there is a horizontal Warp Pipe that leads to the goal section. The player enters the section from a Warp Pipe. The floor is completely made of cloud and there are two Lakitus throwing Spinies and the goal to complete the level.

Flavor Text[edit]

  • Japanese:
  • Romaji:
  • Translation:  

もっともっと うえにとんでかなきゃ このコースは たのしめないよ!
Motto motto ue ni tonde kana kya kono kōsu wa tanoshimenai yo!
"If you don't fly higher and higher, you won't be able to enjoy this level!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マントでおおぞらをとべ!
Manto de Ōzora o Tobe!
Fly Over The Sky With a Cloak!

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GameXplain. (January 31, 2016). All 38 e-Reader Levels in Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros 3 - PLAYTHROUGH. YouTube. Retrieved February 1, 2016.