Rich with Ropes

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Level
Rich with Ropes
SMA4Card M22.jpg
World-Level 22 (World-e)
Game Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
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Rich with Ropes[1] is the twenty-second e-Reader level from Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3. This card was released in Series 2 in Japan. Its official difficulty rating is ★★☆☆☆. This level contains many ropes that Mario or Luigi can climb, and while it was originally released only in Japan, it became available internationally with the Wii U Virtual Console release of the game in 2016. The key art featured Iggy Koopa.

Level synopsis[edit]

RopeClimbingAthletic.png

The level begins in a grassy area with Wigglers, Goombas and a single Paragoomba. Mario will find a row of ? Blocks. One of them contains a Beanstalk that leads to a Warp Pipe.

Entering the pipe, Mario is taken to an area surrounded by Wooden Blocks and inhabited by a Goomba. Hitting some ? Blocks, he will find two Beanstalks. Climbing them, Mario reaches a place with a plenty of ropes, as well as Hoopsters climbing them. At the top of this area, Mario can enter a Warp Pipe and easily collect the first Advance Coin.

The pipe leads Mario to an area filled with ropes and Hoopsters. The second Advance Coin and Coins are placed underneath the end of many ropes. Another Warp Pipe can be accessed easily at the left corner.

Entering it, Mario is taken to a sky area. He must step on stationary platforms guarded by Koopa Troopas and on a Stretch Block to reach a place with even more ropes and Hoopsters, and the Luigi e-Coin. An Advance Coin can be collected, if Mario travels through the ceiling. Ahead, there are more Stretch Blocks. At the end, the last Warp Pipe takes him to the goal area.

Flavor text[edit]

  • Japanese:
  • Romaji:
  • Translation:  

ロープをつたって さがしものとは たいへんだな! せいぜい がんばれよ!!
Rōpu o tsutatte sagashimono to wa taihen da na! Seizei ganbare yo!!
"It's hard to find what you're looking for when you're traveling along ropes! Do your best!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ロープをのぼってアスレチック!
Rōpu o Nobotte Asurechikku!
Rope Athletics!

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GameXplain. (January 31, 2016). All 38 e-Reader Levels in Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros 3 - PLAYTHROUGH. YouTube. Retrieved February 1, 2016.