Mario Toy Factory

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Mario Toy Factory
Mario Toy Factory from Mario vs. Donkey Kong.
Game Mario vs. Donkey Kong
Level(s) 7
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Mario Toy Factory is the first plus world after the main story in Mario vs. Donkey Kong, being the plus counterpart to Mario Toy Company. Being the first plus world in the game, the objective is different. Mario must safely lead a Mini-Mario that is holding a key to an exit. Due to the change of objective, there are only seven levels in each plus world as Mario guides one of the six Mini-Marios through one of the six normal levels each, making Mini-Mario levels redundant.

Mario Toy Factory is the only plus world to not have "PLUS" after its original name; instead, it has a different name from its normal world counterpart.

Levels[edit]

Level Image Summary
Level 1-1+ Level 1-1+ of Mario vs. Donkey Kong. A level that shows the player how the Mini-Marios work
Level 1-2+ Level 1-2+ of Mario vs. Donkey Kong. A level with many obstacles
Level 1-3+ Level 1-3+ of Mario vs. Donkey Kong. A level with Springboards
Level 1-4+ Level 1-4+ of Mario vs. Donkey Kong. A level that makes use of Color Switches
Level 1-5+ Level 1-5+ of Mario vs. Donkey Kong. A level with conveyor belts
Level 1-6+ Level 1-6+ of Mario vs. Donkey Kong. A level with many enemies and obstacles
Level 1-DK+ Level 1-DK+ of Mario vs. Donkey Kong. The eighth (tenth in the remake) fight against Donkey Kong, in a redone Level 1-DK with more and smaller platforms

Bonus level[edit]

Screenshot of Mario Toy Factory's bonus level from the Nintendo Switch version of Mario vs. Donkey Kong
The bonus level in Mario Toy Factory

Exclusively in the Nintendo Switch version of Mario vs. Donkey Kong is a bonus level that can be opened after enough levels have been completed. This bonus level features an altered version of Level 1-5+'s layout, retaining the conveyor belts while removing other obstacles like spiked pits. Three 1-Up Mushrooms are distributed around the level as well. As with other bonus levels, the player must catch the flying key and bring it to the chest for a larger bonus.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Usine Jouets Mario & Co.
Mario & Co. Toys Factory
Spanish Fabrica de Juguetes Mario +
Mario Toy Factory +

Trivia[edit]

  • In the Nintendo Switch remake, Mario says "Mamma mia!" instead of "Oh, no! Come back!" in the intro cutscene to Mario Toy Factory.