Piped Full of Plants

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Piped Full of Plants
e-Reader card for Piped Full of Plants
NA Card
●08 So Many Piranha Plants
JP Card
Level code 8 (World-e)
Game Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
Music track Ground Theme
Music sample
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Piped Full of Plants is an e-Reader level for Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3. The level contains three Advance Coins. Its official difficulty rating is ★★★★☆. This card was released as part of series one in Japan[1] and North America[2]. The Japanese version of the card depicts Lemmy Koopa on the card, while the English version depicts Iggy Koopa.

Level synopsis[edit]

Piped Full of Plants
Piped Full of Plants from Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3.
Map of the level.

This level is very reminiscent of the Piranha Plant levels on the overworld of World 7. The level, despite being short, has Mario hopping across pipes, nearly all of them filled with Piranha Plants and Venus Fire Traps. The Roulette Block here is different than its Super Mario World counterpart; in this level it cycles through the items faster, but once the block is hit, the item is whatever was shown on the block at the time the block was hit. Upside-down Piranha Plants here have one segment of stem, but have the red coloration. However, upside-down Venus Fire Traps still have the correct color-coordination. At the end, sideways, red Piranha Plants and Venus Fire Traps appear.

New level elements[edit]


Name Count
Piranha Plant 6 (red)
2 (green)
3 (fast)
Venus Fire Trap 3 (red)
3 (green)
4 (fast)
A Muncher as it appears in Super Mario Bros. 3 remake for the SNES

Flavor text[edit]

  • English:
  • Japanese:
  • Romaji:
  • Translation:  

Duck, leap and run to avoid the hot-tempered Piranha Plants!
マリオ どこまで これるかな やすむと すぐに パックン されちゃうよ!
Mario doko made koreru kana yasumu to sugu ni pakkun-sare chau yo!
"I wonder how far Mario will be able to come... If he stops to rest, he'll be 'Piranha'ed right away."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パックンフラワーがいっぱい
Pakkun Furawā ga ippai
So Many Piranha Plants


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