Platform Panic Pack

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New Super Mario Bros. 2
Coin Rush pack
Platform Panic Pack
Release date USA December 5, 2012
Japan December 5, 2012
Europe December 5, 2012
Australia December 5, 2012
South Korea January 9, 2013
HK June 28, 2013[1]
Difficulty Hard
Target 15,000 coins
Description Hunt for coins, but don't fall off the platforms!

The Platform Panic Pack is a Coin Rush downloadable content released for New Super Mario Bros. 2. The main goal of the pack is to collect a high enough count of coins while traversing precarious patterns.

It uses two blocks of memory when bought alone.


Level Preview Description
First Course Coin Rush A nighttime level in the sky with many Peepa platforms.
Second Course Coin Rush A jungle level with many Snake Blocks and Goombas that takes place outside a castle.
Third Course Coin Rush An underground castle level with a segmented platform and some Bullet Bills.


New Super Mario Bros. 2[edit]

  • North American Website bio:
    • "There's no time to get comfortable as this high-speed course pack keeps the action flowing on moving platforms. Grab as many coins as you can, but don't fall off your ride!"
    • "Take a ride on a ghost-coaster through the night sky, navigate winding snake blocks across a poisonous river, and enjoy a high-speed lava cruise."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きけんなあしばをつきすすめ!パック
Kiken na Ashiba o tsukisusume! Pakku
Plunge Forward to Dangerous Scaffold! Pack
French (NOE) Périple patatra Wham journey
Italian Piattaforme pericolose Dangerous platforms
Korean 위험한 발판을 밟고 전진! 패키지
Wiheomhan Balpan eul Bapgo Jeonjin! Paekiji
Plunge Forward to Dangerous Scaffold! Package
Portuguese (NOE) Equilíbrio Frágil Fragile Balance


Cut or early 7th Pack
Platform Panic Pack (left), under its original DLC release number in the second series trailer.
  • This DLC pack was originally intended to be the seventh DLC, which was seen in the trailer of the second set of DLC packs. However, because of the release of the Gold Classics Pack as a result of players across the globe getting 300 billion coins, it was released as the eighth DLC.


  1. ^ Nintendo. 能夠下載的軟體. Nintendo. Retrieved April 17, 2017.