Fluff-Puff Peaks Special Climb to the Beat

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Fluff-Puff Peaks Special Climb to the Beat
The Wonder Effect in the level Fluff-Puff Peaks Special Climb to the Beat in Super Mario Bros. Wonder
World Special World
Game Super Mario Bros. Wonder
Difficulty ★★★★★
Wonder Effect Creates colorful Dotted-Line Blocks and sets off a timed rhythm sequence, with poison rising from below
Music sample
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Fluff-Puff Peaks Special Climb to the Beat is a course in Super Mario Bros. Wonder, found in the Special World. It is unlocked after completing Expert Badge Challenge Spring Feet I in Fluff-Puff Peaks. Completion of this course will allow access to the middle area of the Special World, where a Poplin Shop and The Semifinal Test Piranha Plant Reprise are located. This course is a more difficult version of Jump! Jump! Jump! and houses two Wonder Seeds. The course itself is a mix of platforming and Wall Jumping.


The players start on a cliff close to the Wonder Flower, after collecting it, music starts, and platforms and walls of colorful Dotted-Line Blocks will appear and disappear to the music. These blocks lead higher and higher as the course goes on. As more progress is made, the tempo speeds up, and the surfaces of the Dotted-Line Blocks will become smaller, at some points causing only one block to appear at a time. In addition to the above, Poison will gradually rise up from below, speeding up as the course goes on. The Wonder Effect has a timer of fifty seconds. After Wall Jumping up a narrow passage, a Wonder Seed is found. After collecting it, the Wonder Effect stops, and five Talking Flowers praise the players. The Goal Pole is found right behind them.

10-flower coins[edit]

  • 10-flower coin 1: Found high up against a wall of blue Dotted-Line Blocks early on in the course.
  • 10-flower coin 2: Found on top of a row of yellow Dotted-Line Blocks midway through the course.
  • 10-flower coin 3: Found on top of a row of purple Dotted-Line Blocks farther into the course.

Talking Flower quotes[edit]

  • "Amazing!" (said by five flowers in unison right before the Goal Pole staircase)


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モックモック高山こうざんSP天空てんくうのリズムブロック
Mokkumokku Kōzan SP Tenkū no Rizumu Burokku
Fluff-Puff Peaks SP Sky Rhythm Blocks

Chinese (traditional) 朵朵高山SP 天空的節奏磚塊

Fluff-Puff Peaks SP Sky Rhythm Blocks

French Mont nébuleux SP : Sauts synchronisés
Fluff-Puff Peaks SP: Timed Jumps
German Wölkchen-Spezial: Nächtliche Rhythmen
Fluff-Puff Peaks Special: Nighttime Rhythms
Russian Экстра: музподъем на пик Пух-Пух
Ekstra: muzpodyom na pik Pukh-Pukh
Extra: musical ascent to Fluff-Puff peak