Koopa Beach (court)

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Koopa Beach as seen in Mario Hoops 3-on-3

Koopa Beach is a beach in Mario Hoops 3-on-3 and Mario Sports Mix. It is a playable court in the Mushroom Tourney and the Mushroom Cup, respectively.


Mario Hoops 3-on-3[edit]

In Mario Hoops 3-on-3, a pirate ship can be seen on the water in the background that can sometimes shoot bombs in the field. If a player gets hit by it, they fall down and lose the ball. Also, players move slower when playing in the surf on either side of the field. In the background, there are two surfboards that have an M and L on them, and the court does not have an audience. There are no Koopas on the field, only a green shell design hanging over the court.

It is possible that Koopa Beach is a throwback to the Koopa Beach courses, Koopa Beach 1 and Koopa Beach 2 from Super Mario Kart.

Peach Field can be seen in the background.

Mario Sports Mix[edit]

Koopa Beach
A 3-on-3 Basketball match at Koopa Troopa Beach.
A 3-on-3 Basketball match at Koopa Troopa Beach
Sport(s) available Dodgeball, Basketball, Hockey (unlockable), Volleyball

In Mario Sports Mix, the court is renamed Koopa Troopa Beach. All sports can be played in this court, a trait shared with many other courts. Birdos, Koopa Troopas, Miis and Piantas can be seen in the background of this court.

The main feature of this court are the constant waves, which brings both Green Shells and Coins to use for the players. There are no features that can directly harm players in this stage. On a side note, ? Panels never appear in this court regardless of settings. This makes Green Shells the only available items here.

In basketball, volleyball, and dodgeball, Koopa Troopa Beach is the second court in the Mushroom Cup, and can be played from the start. However, the hockey version is part of the Extra Cup and the player needs to unlock it by using alternate paths in the Hockey Tournament Mode.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ノコノコビーチ
Nokonoko Bīchi
Koopa Troopa Beach
Italian Baia Koopa Koopa Troopa Bay
Spanish Playa Koopa Koopa Troopa Beach


  • In Mario Sports Mix's Volleyball mode, this is one of the two stages to change the Volleyball's color, in this case, blue. The other is Western Junction.