Rolling Hills

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Rolling Hills
Menu of Rolling Hills
Wii U version of the level-selection screen
Game Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars
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Rolling Hills is the first world of Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars. The background of this world is a grassy plain with colorful hills, similar to those seen in the first worlds in the New Super Mario Bros. games. It introduces the first mechanic in the game, Red Girders. The only Minis that appear in this world are Mini Marios and Mini Peaches; Mini Marios debut in Level 1-1, while Mini Peaches debut in Level 1-4. Only one Shy Guy and two Circus Kongs can be encountered throughout Rolling Hills, as well as one Cursed Mini Mario in Level 1-8.

Mini Marios marching in world 1-1 of Tipping Stars
Mini Marios in Rolling Hills

This world is very similar to Coaster Hills in Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!, as both worlds feature an arrangement of the Super Mario Bros. 2 "Ground Theme", both end with Hills, both are grassland-themed, and both introduce two new Minis (Mini Mario and one other Mini toy introduced in the first Multi-Door level of their respective games).

There are two Bonus Levels that are set in this world, B-1 and B-2.


Level Preview Description Enemies and obstacles encountered
Level 1-1 Level 1-1 of Rolling Hills The level where Red Girders are first used in the game. Spikes
Level 1-2 Level 1-2 of Rolling Hills A level in which Red Girders can be collected along the way and used afterwards. Spikes
Level 1-3 Stage 1-3 of Rolling Hills A level that introduces the hammers and an enemy to combat with them. Spikes, Shy Guy
Level 1-4 Level 1-4 of Rolling Hills A multi-door level, in which Mini Peach has to be rescued from a capsule and brought to her assigned exit, as Mini Mario has to be. Spikes
Level 1-5 Level 1-5 of Rolling Hills A level in which two Circus Kongs are present. Spikes, Circus Kongs
Level 1-6 Level 1-6 of Rolling Hills An introduction to one of the game's mechanics, ladders. Spikes
Level 1-7 Level 1-7 of Rolling Hills The first level to have a Mini Mario carrying the key needed to open the exit. Spikes
Level 1-8 Level 1-8 of Rolling Hills The debut of Cursed Mini Mario. Spikes, Cursed Mini Mario


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ローリングヒルズ
Rōringu Hiruzu
Rolling Hills

French (NOE) Buttes butées
Wrongheaded hillocks
Italian Dolci colline
Sweet hills
Spanish Colinas Colindantes
Colliding Hills