Mario Galaxy (stage)

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Mario Galaxy (stage) in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Mario Galaxy in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
“It's not just fighters that are affected by this stage's curved gravity—many projectiles will travel in arcs as well, so aim carefully!”
Tips, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Mario Galaxy is a stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It is themed after Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2, and features gravity at a similar level.

The stage takes place on the starting planet from Gateway Galaxy; the area where Mario started his adventure in Super Mario Galaxy, however, being slightly altered in design, such as the addition of pine trees, the removal of a building, and being overall larger. In the background, various objects can be seen, such as an Airship, Starship Mario, along with Lubba, various Lumas, and a Starshroom. There are two platforms of differing heights on the stage. The center of gravity is the center of the planet, therefore jumping or getting launched upwards from the edge causes the character to move diagonally. Star Bits may occasionally fall onto the stage. The Ω form of the stage is entirely flat, walk-off blast lines are removed and gravity works as it does in most other stages.

This stage can be played in 8-Player Smash mode, but only in its Normal form prior to version 1.0.2. The Starship Mario, Starshroom, and the Airship in the background are removed in 8-Player Smash.

According to the flavor text for the Event Match "A Situation of some Gravity" in Wii U, the planet contained an unusually high amount of gravity.

Songs in My Music[edit]

Name Source Credits Requirements
Egg Planet Super Mario Galaxy Arrangement Supervisor: Nobuko Toda
Rosalina in the Observatory / Luma's Theme Super Mario Galaxy Arrangement Supervisor: Manami Kiyota Clear a Master Orders ticket while playing as Rosalina & Luma
Super Mario Galaxy Super Mario Galaxy Original
Egg Planet Super Mario Galaxy
Gusty Garden Galaxy Super Mario Galaxy Collect CD
Theme of SMG2 Super Mario Galaxy 2
Sky Station Super Mario Galaxy 2
Bowser's Galaxy Generator Super Mario Galaxy 2 Collect CD
Fated Battle Super Mario Galaxy 2
The Great Tower Showdown 2 Super Mario 3D World
Champion Road Super Mario 3D World
The Grand Finale Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
Jergingha - Planet Destruction Form The Wonderful 101 Collect CD


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マリオギャラクシー
Mario Gyarakushī
Mario Galaxy

Chinese (simplified) 马力欧银河
Mǎlìōu Yínhé
Mario Galaxy

Chinese (traditional) 瑪利歐銀河
Mǎlìōu Yínhé
Mario Galaxy

Dutch Mario's Melkweg
Mario's Milky Way
French Mario Galaxy
German Mario-Galaxie
Mario Galaxy
Italian Mario Galaxy
Korean 마리오 갤럭시
Mario Gaelleoksi
Mario Galaxy

Portuguese Mario Galaxy
Russian Галактика Марио
Galaktika Mario
Mario's Galaxy

Spanish (NOA) Galaxia de Mario
Mario's Galaxy
Spanish (NOE) Mario Galaxy


  • The stage was officially confirmed on November 15, 2013,[1] though one of the daily pictures (the one displaying Kirby's side special) on the site showed it two months beforehand.[2]


  1. ^ SakuraiMasahiroA (November 15, 2013). Miiverse - Sakurai's post | Nintendo. Miiverse. Archived June 11, 2017, 12:38:55 UTC from the original via Wayback Machine. Retrieved May 12, 2024.
  2. ^ SakuraiMasahiroA (September 10, 2013). Miiverse - Sakurai's post | Nintendo. Miiverse. Archived October 9, 2017, 17:19:22 UTC from the original via Wayback Machine. Retrieved May 12, 2024.