Impossible Pack

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New Super Mario Bros. 2
Coin Rush pack
Impossible Pack
Release date USA December 20, 2012
Europe December 20, 2012
Japan December 21, 2012
Australia December 21, 2012
South Korea January 9, 2013
HK June 28, 2013[1]
Difficulty DANGER!
Target 100 coins
Description This pack is for pro players only!

The Impossible Pack is the tenth and final downloadable course pack for the Coin Rush mode of New Super Mario Bros. 2, released along with the Mystery Adventures Pack on December 20, 2012. The difficulty rating is labeled "DANGER!" (the official website lists the difficulty as five stars) and the icon depicts Dry Bowser's emblem on a red and black-striped background. The courses are centered around challenging the player, even more so than the Nerve-Wrack Pack. Unlike any other courses in the game, there are no coins in any of the courses in this pack, and Star Coins are absent as well; players can only earn coins based upon the time remaining at the end of each stage, hence the 100 coin target. The courses also contain no power-ups; if the player has the Gold Flower in their inventory at the start, they cannot use it at any point. Additionally, at the beginning of each stage is a green + Clock barred by several blocks, which only disappear when not playing as White Raccoon Mario.


Level Preview Description
First Course NSMB2 Impossible Pack Level 1.png A beach level with an underwater section, followed by a sky section, which both feature various enemies that must be avoided.
Second Course NSMB2 Impossible Pack Level 2.png An outside tower level in a mountain area at sunset with many Fire Bars and rotating platforms.
Third Course NSMB2 Impossible Pack Level 3.png A castle level with rising and falling poison.


New Super Mario Bros. 2[edit]

  • North American Website bio:
    • "The highest difficulty ever in Mario history! This course pack is exclusively for expert Mario game fans. You can only get coins based on your time."
    • "There are no coins, no power-up items, and no stock items. EXTREMELY difficult!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese じごくのてつじんレースパック
Jigoku no tetsujin rēsu pakku
Iron Man Race Pack of Hell

French (NOE) Crise de nerfs
Nerve crisis
German Hals- & Beinbruch
Neck & Leg Fracture ("break a leg")
Italian SovruMario
SuperMario; from "sovraumano" (superhuman effort) and "Mario"
Korean 지옥의 철인 경기 패키지
Jiok-ui Cheorin Gyeonggi Paekiji
'Ironman Race of Hell' Package

Portuguese (NOE) Prova de Fogo


  1. ^ Nintendo. 能夠下載的軟體. Nintendo. Retrieved April 17, 2017.