Really Rolling Hills

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Level
Really Rolling Hills
SM3DW Really Rolling Hills E3.png
World-Level World 2-4
World World 2
Game Super Mario 3D World
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
Time limit 500 seconds
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Really Rolling Hills, or World 2-4, is the tenth regular level of Super Mario 3D World and its Nintendo Switch port, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, and the fourth level of World 2. It is unlocked via completing Puffprod Peaks or Shadow-Play Alley, and its own completion unlocks Big Galoomba Blockade. The main gimmick of this level is the hills that constantly turn in circles.

Layout[edit]

The level starts in a grassy plain inhabited by Galoombas and Skipsqueaks, with a nearby ? Block giving the player a power-up. After passing some more enemies, rolling hills, and a Red Ring, the player reaches the Checkpoint Flag. A nearby pipe leads the player to an underground area infested with Galoombas, Spiny Skipsqueaks, and cog-like platforms. After navigating through the area, the player comes upon a pipe which leads them to the Goal Pole.

Collectables[edit]

Green Stars[edit]

Green Star 2 location.
  • Green Star 1: Near the very beginning, the player must use the Cat form to climb a cliff between two clear pipes.
  • Green Star 2: During the underground portion of the level, there is a green Warp Pipe that's partially blocked by purple Brick Blocks. The pipe leads to an odd room with Color Panels that, when all activated, will reveal the second Green Star.
  • Green Star 3: Near the ending of the level, the player must fall between the rotating wheels to find the third Green Star.

Stamp[edit]

Wii U version
Switch version

Luigi sightings[edit]

Imprinted on the largest rolling hill shortly after the Red Ring is a faint 8-bit Luigi. Another Luigi can be seen if the player waits until the in-game timer says 104, in which case a Luigi will exit the first pipe, and go back in at 99 on the timer.

Enemies[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese くるくる回転平原
Kurukuru kaiten heigen
Round and Round Rolling Plain
Chinese 轉啊轉啊旋轉平原
Zhuǎn ā Zhuǎn ā Xuánzhuǎn Píngyuán
Spinning Spinning Spinning Plains
Dutch Heuvels aan de rol Rolling hills
French Plaine Roule-pelouse Plain Roll-lawn
German Über die Kullerhügel Over the Rolling Hills
Italian Giardino rotante Rotating garden
Portuguese Jardins rolantes Rolling gardens
Russian Крутящиеся холмы
Krutyashchiyesya holmy
Rolling Hills
Spanish La desconcertante pradera rodante Puzzling Rolling Prairie