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Luigi's photograph of the Kremlin
Luigi's photograph of the Kremlin
Not to be confused with Kremling.
“The Emperor's Cannon, in the Kremlin, is known in Russian as Tsar Pushka. It is the biggest cannon in the world, with a caliber of 35 inches. Its barrel is 17.5 feet long. The cannon was cast in 1586 by Andrey Shchokhov[sic] and weighs a total of 40 tons. On the barrel is a likeness of Tsar Fyodor Ivanovich.”
Pamphlet, Mario is Missing!

The Kremlin, officially the Moscow Kremlin (Russian: Московский Кремль, Moskovskiĭ Kremlʹ), is a complex in Moscow and one of the city's landmarks that Luigi has to visit in Mario is Missing! in order to rescue the city from Koopa Troopas. In the NES version, the Koopa Troopas steal the Emperor's Bell, whereas in the SNES version, they steal a cannonball from the Tsar Cannon. In either case, the Kremlin is closed down, and Luigi is tasked with returning the item to the Kremlin's information booth, where he has to answer questions to prove their genuineness, seen below. In the DOS and Deluxe versions, the Kremlin does not appear; the Moscow Metro and Lenin's Tomb appear instead.

  • How long has that bell been in the Kremlin?
    • since the 17th century
    • since the Revolution
    • since time began
    • since early last week
  • How much does the bell weigh?
    • About 72 kilograms
    • 107 tons
    • 210 tons
    • Less than Bowser
  • Who had the bell placed in the tower?
  • Whose image appears on the cannon?
    • Tsar Pushka
    • Tsar Fyodor Ivanovich
    • Czar Pushover
    • Tsar Da
  • The cannon is the ____ in the world.
    • heaviest
    • oldest
    • biggest