Slidin' the Slopes

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This article is about a Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 e-Reader level. For the similarly-named move, see Slope Slide.
Slidin' the Slopes
●02 A Slide-like Hill?<br>
Level code 2 (World-e)
Game Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
Time limit 300
Music track Athletic Theme
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Slidin' the Slopes is an e-Reader level for Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3. The level contains four Advance Coins. Its official difficulty rating is ★★☆☆☆. This card was released as part of series 1 in Japan and North America[1][2]. The former depicted Morton Koopa Jr. on the keyart, while the latter depicted a Boomerang Brother.

Level synopsis[edit]

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Map of the level.

This level has the same floor and background as World 8-2. One of the Advance Coins in this level is hidden in an area accessed by a Warp Pipe. The player has to find a Triangular Block and keep running through other Triangular Blocks, and if the player stops, they fall on a floor filled with Munchers. After that, there is a steep hill. Then there are coins in the shape of e+. A Boomerang Brother with a blue boomerang then comes before the goal. This is the only level outside Japan to feature Triangular Blocks and the Boomerang power-up.

New level elements[edit]

Flavor text[edit]

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

Run and slide all around. You'll even get to go up-side-down!
さかみちを 気持ちよく すべりおりたらおまえは に まっさかさまだ!!
Sakamichi o kimochiyoku suberioritara omae wa tani ni massakasama da!
"If you enjoy yourself while sliding down the hill, you'll fall head first into a valley!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese すべりだいのようなさか!?
Suberidai no Yō na Saka!?
A Slide-like Hill!?


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