Snifit

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Snifit
Artwork of a Snifit, from Yoshi's New Island.
Artwork of a Snifit from Yoshi's New Island
First appearance Super Mario Bros. 2 (1988)
(Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic)
Latest appearance Mario Party Superstars (2021)
Variant of Shy Guy
Variants
Chariot Snifit
Flifit
Flying Snifit
Gunner Guy
Ice Snifit (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
Ice Snifit (Yoshi's Woolly World)
Laser Snifit
Propeller Mūcho
Scorchit
Slurp Snifit
Sneed
Snifaro
Snifit (toy)
Snufit
Spider (The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!)
Spike Snifit
Spiky Snifit
Whistle Snifit
Notable members
Apprentice
DJ Snifit
Host Snifit
Informant Snifit
Paper Macho Snifit Outlaw
Snifberg the Unfeeling
Snifit
Snifit (Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars)
Snifit Patrol (Mario Party Superstars)
“You're in spitting distance!”
Snifit, Paper Mario: Color Splash

Snifits are Shy Guys with an extended nozzle for a mouth on their mask, which along with the dark coloration causes it to resemble a gas mask. Through their protrusion, they can fire projectiles - the most common being bullets made from nightmares.[1][2] Though Snifits first originated in Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, they have continued to appear as enemies in the Mario franchise. Snifits usually wear red robes, but they have also worn gray, green, blue, black, purple, pink, and yellow.

History[edit]

Super Mario series[edit]

Super Mario Bros. 2[edit]

A red-robed Snifit from Super Mario Advance.

In Super Mario Bros. 2, Snifits (shown here to be affiliated with the 8 bits) are less common than their Shyguy relatives and come in different colors. There is only one red Snifit, found in World 3-3; this trait is changed in many later appearances, where most Snifits are red. The red Snifit acts similar to a red Shyguy, walking off ledges it comes to but occasionally firing. Pink Snifits are the most common and act the same as the red ones except that they turn when they reach a ledge. Gray and green Snifits stand in place and occasionally jump while firing.

Snifit - Red

The identical behavior of the gray and green Snifits is due to the fact that they are actually the same coded object, with the color variation being due to their palette having different colors assigned to it in different areas to affect other objects. This in turn is due to the NES's technology only allowing four palettes at a time on that graphic layer, with the fourth being the player character's. Another side effect of the NES's graphic technology is the Snifits' hoods appearing to lack part of their outline in the back in one frame and appearing non-pointed in the other, as the mouthpiece takes up extra space in the 16x16 pixel tiles.

In Super Mario All-Stars and Super Mario Advance, the pink Snifits are blue and the green ones are gray, the latter of which is due to the green and gray objects no longer needing to share a palette. Unlike Shyguys in these versions, Snifits all wear tan shoes in-game, though due to the shading on their mouthpieces, this may be intended to be a shaded white, like in the original. They also have a lighter outline on their robes than Shyguys, at the cost of having less shading on them.

Super Mario 64 / Super Mario 64 DS[edit]

Main article: Snufit

Ordinary Snifits do not appear in Super Mario 64 or Super Mario 64 DS; however, a floating species known as Snufits appear, which are analogous to Boo Guys.

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show![edit]

Several Snifits from The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!.
Blue Snifits from the episode "Mario and Joliet".

Snifits make several appearances in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, where they are most often portrayed as the minions of King Koopa and as shock troops of the Koopa Pack. In "The Unzappables", Snifits were used in a manner similar to handheld machine guns. In the episode "On Her Majesty's Sewer Service", a Snifit shot Bullet Bill-like projectiles towards the Mario brothers.

List of episodes featuring Snifits[edit]

Nintendo Comics System[edit]

Mario Mania

Snifits are featured in several issues of Nintendo Comics System, where they appeared to be high-ranking minions of Bowser, as they are shown to command and train his Shyguy troops. One particular unnamed Snifit is featured prominently in the Nintendo Comics System issue "Duh Stoopid Bomb!", where the Snifit, after accidentally becoming super-intelligent after being caught in the explosion of a Smart Bomb, usurps Bowser of his armies; however, since they are all still under the effect of the Stupid Bombs, he is unable to command them efficiently.

Super Mario Adventures[edit]

In Nintendo Power's Super Mario Adventures comic serial, a Snifit can be seen among the attendees to Bowser's forced wedding to Princess Toadstool.

Super Mario-Kun[edit]

Snifits. Page 18, volume 8 from Super Mario-kun.

An army of Snifits appears in volume 8 of Super Mario-Kun. They attack Mario, Luigi, and Yoshi, but Mario catches them off guard by dressing as Chef Mario from Yoshi's Cookie and then using assets from the game.

Yoshi franchise[edit]

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island / Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3[edit]

Snifit SMW2.png

Snifits are uncommon enemies in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, appearing in Marching Milde's Fort, The Deep, Underground Maze, and KEEP MOVING!!!!. They attack Yoshi and Baby Mario by shooting projectiles at them. The projectiles in this game are oval, instead of circular and can go through walls. In this game, Snifits walk around and sometimes change their direction towards Yoshi. Yoshi can defeat a Snifit by jumping on it, eating it, or by simply shooting it with an egg. In this game, Snifits are noticeably larger than regular Shy-Guys, and all wear salmon pink robes. An unused graphic depicts a body for a red-robed Snifit at 16x16 pixels drawn in a similar manner to Toadies in the final; pre-release builds show they were replaced by the Toadies in the final.[3]

Yoshi Touch & Go[edit]

Main article: Propeller Mūcho

Normal Snifits do not appear in Yoshi Touch & Go, being replaced by Propeller Mūcho that are based on Fly Guys.

Yoshi's Island DS[edit]

Main article: Scorchit

In Yoshi's Island DS, Snifits do not appear, but a species derivative of Snifits called Scorchits appear. These enemies blow fires out of their mouths which can melt ice.

Yoshi's New Island[edit]

SnifitYNI.png

Snifits appear in Yoshi's New Island as enemies, now being roughly the same size as regular Shy Guys. They first appear in Heads Up, Hop Up, where they shoot in one spot without moving and walk back and forth. A simple stomp or eating them can defeat them.

Yoshi's Woolly World / Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World[edit]

A Snifit in Yoshi's Woolly World

Snifits return in Yoshi's Woolly World shooting hexagonal nuts at Yoshi. They can be defeated in the same way as previous games. They appear in Feel Fuzzy, Get Clingy and King Bowser's Castle. The derived species of Ice Snifits also appears earlier on snow/ice levels. The boss of World 5 is a large Snifit, named Snifberg the Unfeeling.

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit]

See also: Snifit (Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars)

In Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Snifits are referred to as Spookums in the English localization. In this appearance, they wear blue robes and shoot Bullet Bills instead of their traditional bullets. They are only found in Booster Tower, and are among the few enemies that disappear for the rest of the game after being defeated.

Spookums that wear black robes also appear in the game, which are referred to as "Snifits" in the English localization. They are mostly seen as an organization working for Booster. Five Spookums aspire to become a member of Booster's Snifits and individually train in Booster Pass as an Apprentice. If they defeat Mario, the first four will become full-fledged Snifits, while the last will be rejected for arbitrary reasons.

Mario Party series[edit]

Mario Party 2[edit]

No normal Snifits appear in Mario Party 2. However, the Space Land board contains an organization called the Snifit Patrol, though the only member of it seen is a Snufit.

Mario Party 3[edit]

A Snifit in Mario Party 3.

Snifits appear in Mario Party 3 as the starting partner of Princess Daisy in the game's Duel Mode. It has an attack power of 2, a stamina stat of 2, and a salary of 5 coins per turn. It sometimes finds 2-4 coins at the start of its player's turn, effectively reducing its salary.

Mario Party Advance[edit]

Main article: Snifit (character)

In Mario Party Advance, a Snifit is found in Horror Condo. It lives on the second floor of the condo.

Mario Party Superstars[edit]

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In Mario Party Superstars, the Snifit Patrol returns along with Space Land, this time run by normal Snifits instead of Snufits.[4]

Mario Kart series[edit]

A Purple Snifit (far left) from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.

Snifits make a few minor cameos in the Mario Kart games. In Mario Kart: Super Circuit, they make a cameo appearance in the Sunset Wilds course, where their likenesses are carved on two totem poles featuring a Toady on the bottom, it in the middle, and a Shy Guy on the top. In the Mario Kart Tour iteration of the course, the totem poles are replaced by more cacti. Their next appearance in the series is Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, where they make another cameo as characters in the audience of Waluigi Stadium. However, they were removed from the course in Mario Kart Wii, due to using the same audience animation from the other courses.

Mario & Luigi series[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga / Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions[edit]

In the Mario & Luigi series, Snifit derivatives are common. Laser Snifits (actually Woohoo Hooniversity's transformed Beanish professors), Spiky Snifits, Ice Snifits, and Gunner Guys appear in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and its remake.

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time[edit]

Snifaro MLPiT sprite.png
Main article: Snifaro

In Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, a Snifit derivative called Snifaro appears in Gritzy Caves. Snifaro is a Snifit pharaoh in a sarcophagus that is standing atop an ordinary Snifit, which is revealed when they open it up to shoot bullets. If the player uses a Bros. Flower on one, the sarcophagus burns up, resulting in the Snifit fleeing and the Snifaro remaining to fight on its own.

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story / Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey[edit]

Flying Snifit

In Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story and its remake, Snifits only appear during enemy battles with a derivative species of flower-like Snifits called Flifits, and Flifits' younger form Sneeds. When Flifits lose their petals, a Flying Snifit appears to pour some water on them and heal them.

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam[edit]

Even though Snifits do not appear physically in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, its name sometimes appears as a wrong answer for identifying a certain enemy in the Toad quizzes.

Mario vs. Donkey Kong series[edit]

Snifit toys appear in the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series. Their attack pattern consists of firing five bullets at a time, with each successive shot knocking them back, then moving back into place to resume their next charge. They appear in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again!, and Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem! Mini Marios can stand on their head in the first game, while the same action will cause them to be destroyed in the latter two appearances.

Paper Mario series[edit]

Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

The Snifit or Whiffit show

Snifits make their Paper Mario debut in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Snifits are first present in World 3, where they are the most common enemy found, an optional foe, and they are under the direct command of Bowser. For example, one Snifit is seen in The Bafflewood. It can be seen walking back and forth. There is also one Snifit hiding in the bushes trying to make the player not notice it. Snifits can be encountered on land or in poisonous water, which they are implied to enjoy. Snifits also appear in Bowser's Snow Fort alongside Shy Guys. They can be found in the trash area of Shy Guy Jungle before the player uses the goat or vacuum Things. Mario may pull one out and battle it.

A game show called Snifit or Whiffit is hosted by a Snifit who goes by the said name. Mario must participate in this game in order to obtain a Wiggler Segment, which is necessary for progress. If Mario completes the three challenges, Snifit asks him to participate in another one, which combines the first two challenges. If Mario wins this final challenge, he is awarded the Radiator Thing (Coins if he returns and has already collected the Radiator).

In battle, Snifits have many attacks: they can either spit out one bullet at Mario or a barrage of three. If Mario uses a Tail or any other sticker that includes a Spike Helmet, a Frog Suit or a Super Boot, the Snifits may attempt to push Mario much like the Clip Guy's and Paint Guy's attack when they try to clip or paint Mario. If successful, Mario loses the sticker. If Mario is able to attack multiple times via the Battle Spin, a Snifit may also knock away one of Mario's attacks. Snifits are mostly assisted by Ninjis, Clip Guys, Shy Guys, Piranha Plants, and Poison Bloopers, but they can also be assisted by Scuttlebugs and Goombas; some Snifits fight alone.

In its artwork, they are wearing brown bandannas and dark red robes while in-game they are wearing yellow bandannas and light red robes.

Paper Mario: Color Splash[edit]

“Sniff something? Say something.”
Snifit Undersand Hideout poster, Paper Mario: Color Splash
Mario talks to two friendly Snifits in Paper Mario: Color Splash.

Snifits return in Paper Mario: Color Splash as enemies and NPCs. Like in Sticker Star, Snifits attack in battle by spitting a bullet at Mario, sometimes three consecutively.

In this game, Snifits are often shown as Shy Guys' superiors. A pink Snifit is the leader of the Shai Guyz in the Golden Coliseum. A red Snifit commands a group of Shy Guy 5-Stacks in Fort Cobalt, while other Snifits coach Shy Guys in the exercise room. Snifits can also be found at Plum Park, where they are able to freely walk in the poisoned water. Two Snifits also appear sitting at a table, discussing their preferences of coffee over tea. Eight red Snifits are riding a train car of the Sunset Express, threatening the red Rescue Squad members.

In Redpepper Volcano, a blue Snifit advises a Fire Bro on throwing fireballs. When Mario defeats them all, he is disappointed and plans to train a new squad. An Ice Bro appears, asking to be on the team, and throws an iceball that fails to hit Mario. The blue Snifit is unimpressed and rejects him. In Redpepper Crater, Snifits are among the enemies in one of the spas. Two friendly Snifits also appear in this level, one near the Mini Paint Star and the other before a series of moving platforms.

Snifits prominently appear in the Mustard Café. Outside the café, various Snifits wait in line and order coffee once the restaurant re-opens. When Mario and the Mustard Café chef fall into the sinkhole, before they can reach the exits, they are grabbed by Snifits and pulled into the Snifit Undersand Hideout. The chef is shown trying to bribe a Snifit to let him escape but is denied. This area contains various Snifit-themed posters and a group of Snifits ambush Mario as he attempts to collect the Snifit's Card Key.

Snifit or Whiffit returns from Sticker Star, this time taking place in Cobalt Base. Host Snifit introduces the game once again, while a new Informant Snifit sells Mario cards he needs to play the game. Two pink Snifits reward Mario with the Instant Camera if he wins the bonus round. Additionally, a Snifit is the third-round opponent in Roshambo Temple #6.

Multiple variants of Snifit are introduced in this game. Slurp Snifits are parallels to Slurp Guys, appearing in areas such as Toad Trainworks and Mustard Café. In addition to spitting bullets, they may absorb Mario's paint. Spike Snifits wear helmets that protect them from jump attacks, similarly to Spike Guys. Whistle Snifits can summon enemies during battle. A Chariot Snifit assists Iggy Koopa in the Golden Coliseum. In addition, blue, green, and pink Snifits’ robes are now the same as the Shy Guys' modern robe designs, while yellow Snifits make their debut.

Paper Mario: The Origami King[edit]

“Don't mind me. Just sniffin' the bed. Hey! Don't act like you wouldn't be sniffin' it if I weren't here first. Wait, are you not a Snifit?”
Snifit, Paper Mario: The Origami King
"Snif City" inhabited by Snifits
An origami Snifit

Snifits reappear in Paper Mario: The Origami King, where red, blue, green, pink, and yellow Snifits can be found in Shroom City as one of the main inhabitants. Several Snifits also appear in Toad Town, where a yellow one temporarily runs a confetti sale, and another temporarily runs the outdoor café. Snifits also run the shops in Shangri-Spa. On Club Island, Mario can find a Snifit stuck in a tree, who offers to recharge his Toad Radar for 1,000 coins.

Additionally, origami Snifits appear in the game as enemies. In battle, they can call reinforcements if the amount of enemies in the battle dwindles. A Paper Macho Snifit Outlaw also appears as part of the Big Sho' Theater, which Mario must defeat in a Western-style duel.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Spookum
Battle idle animation of a Spookum or Apprentice from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars HP 98 FP 100 Speed 18 Yoshi Cookie Sleepy Bomb
Attack 50 Magic Attack 32 Location(s) Booster Tower Bonus Flower Once Again! (10%)
Defense 45 Magic Defense 5 Weak Ice Items Mid Mushroom (5%)
Evade 0% Magic Evade 0% Strong None Morph Rate 75%
Coins 4 Exp. points 8 Spells Crystal, Drain, Escape (Terrorize) Sp. Attacks Gunk Ball
Psychopath "Que pasa?"

Paper Mario series[edit]

Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

Paper Mario: Sticker Star Enemy
Snifit
Snifit PMSS.png Max HP 16 Location(s) Leaflitter Path, The Bafflewood, Strike Lake, Loop Loop River, Tree Branch Trail, Stump Glade, Bowser's Snow Fort
Attack 3 Moves Bullet (3), Bullet Barrage (6), Push (gets rid of sticker), Shove (knocks away one attack)
Defense 0 Stickers Chillhammer, Line Jump, POW Block, Shiny Hammer

Paper Mario: Color Splash[edit]

Paper Mario: Color Splash Enemy
Red Snifit
Red Snifit Idle Animation from Paper Mario: Color Splash HP 24 Type Normal 5
A Red Snifit card from Paper Mario: Color Splash
Strong None Weak None
Card
Moves Bullet Attack (5), Combo Bullet Attack (5 × 3), Group Attack (5), Blowback Attack (24)
Location(s) Sunglow Ridge, The Golden Coliseum, Plum Park, Fort Cobalt, Sunset Express
Quotes Usual: "You're jealous of my mask. Admit it." ~ "You're in spitting distance!" ~ "Noxious fumes are nothing to me!" ~ "Pew pew!"
The Golden Coliseum if encountered in arena: "Is everyone looking at me?" ~ "Spitfire!" ~ "I'm fired up...ish." ~ "Are you bad to the bone?"
Enemy Class
ENEMY_RANDAM_1_5
Dropped Items
Hammer Scraps 5 Red Paint 67 Yellow Paint 0 Blue Paint 7 Orange Paint 0 Green Paint 0 Purple Paint 0
Paper Mario: Color Splash Enemy
Green Snifit
Green Snifit Idle Animation from Paper Mario: Color Splash HP 24 Type Normal 5
A Green Snifit card from Paper Mario: Color Splash
Strong None Weak None
Card
Moves Bullet Attack (5), Combo Bullet Attack (5 × 3), Group Attack (5), Blowback Attack (24)
Location(s) Sunglow Ridge
Quotes Usual: "You're jealous of my mask. Admit it." ~ "You're in spitting distance!" ~ "Noxious fumes are nothing to me!" ~ "Pew pew!"
Enemy Class
ENEMY_RANDAM_1_5
Dropped Items
Hammer Scraps 5 Red Paint 7 Yellow Paint 22 Blue Paint 0 Orange Paint 0 Green Paint 22 Purple Paint 0
Paper Mario: Color Splash Enemy
Yellow Snifit
Yellow Snifit Idle Animation from Paper Mario: Color Splash HP 24 Type Normal 5
A Yellow Snifit card from Paper Mario: Color Splash
Strong None Weak None
Card
Moves Bullet Attack (5), Combo Bullet Attack (5 × 3), Group Attack (5), Blowback Attack (24)
Location(s) Plum Park, Mustard Café
Quotes Usual: "You're jealous of my mask. Admit it." ~ "You're in spitting distance!" ~ "Noxious fumes are nothing to me!" ~ "Pew pew!"
Mustard Café: "Always follow the rules!" ~ "I could go for some coffee..." ~ "We must protect our territory!" ~ "Just stay calm..."
Enemy Class
ENEMY_MANY_COIN
Dropped Items
Hammer Scraps 5 Red Paint 0 Yellow Paint 60 Blue Paint 15 Orange Paint 0 Green Paint 0 Purple Paint 0
Paper Mario: Color Splash Enemy
Blue Snifit
Blue Snifit Idle Animation from Paper Mario: Color Splash HP 24 Type Normal 5
A Blue Snifit card from Paper Mario: Color Splash
Strong None Weak None
Card
Moves Bullet Attack (5), Combo Bullet Attack (5 × 3), Group Attack (5), Blowback Attack (24)
Location(s) Plum Park, Fort Cobalt
Quotes Usual: "You're jealous of my mask. Admit it." ~ "You're in spitting distance!" ~ "Noxious fumes are nothing to me!" ~ "Pew pew!"
Enemy Class
ENEMY_RANDAM_1_5
Dropped Items
Hammer Scraps 5 Red Paint 15 Yellow Paint 0 Blue Paint 60 Orange Paint 0 Green Paint 0 Purple Paint 0
Paper Mario: Color Splash Enemy
Pink Snifit
Pink Snifit Idle Animation from Paper Mario: Color Splash HP 24 Type Normal 5
A Pink Snifit card from Paper Mario: Color Splash
Strong None Weak None
Card
Moves Bullet Attack (5), Combo Bullet Attack (5 × 3), Group Attack (5), Blowback Attack (24)
Location(s) Mustard Café
Quotes Usual: "Always follow the rules!" ~ "I could go for some coffee..." ~ "We must protect our territory!" ~ "Just stay calm..."
Enemy Class
ENEMY_HEART
Dropped Items
Hammer Scraps 5 Red Paint 22 Yellow Paint 0 Blue Paint 22 Orange Paint 0 Green Paint 0 Purple Paint 15

Paper Mario: The Origami King[edit]

Paper Mario: The Origami King Enemy
Snifit
An origami Snifit from Paper Mario: The Origami King. HP 24 Moves Location(s)
Type Normal Bullet (?), Bullet Barrage (?), Stacked Shot (?), Firing Squad (?), Tower Attack (?), Pyramid Attack (?), (Call for Backup) Shogun Studios, The Princess Peach, Shangri-Spa
Item Drops None
They're ready and raring to shoot some trouble your way, and they're not shy about calling for backup.
Paper Mario: The Origami King Enemy
(Inked) Snifit
An origami Snifit covered in ink from Paper Mario: The Origami King. HP 24 Moves Location(s)
Type Normal Bullet Barrage (?), Stacked Shot (?), (Call for Backup) The Princess Peach
Item Drops None
They're ready and raring to shoot some trouble your way, and they're not shy about calling for backup.

Sticker information[edit]

Image Game Effect
A Sticker of Snifit in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Mario Party 3 [Arm, Leg] - Attack +3

Gallery[edit]

For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Snifit.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ムーチョ
Mūcho
ムーチョピンク[5]
Mūcho Pinku
ムーチョグレー[5]
Mūcho Gurē
ムーチョレッド[5]
Mūcho Reddo
From「夢宇界」(Muu Kai, the original name of Subcon) and「長」(chō, a military leader); also possibly a pun on the Spanish word "mucho"

Snifit Pink (Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic / Super Mario USA, pink type)

Snifit Gray (Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic / Super Mario USA, gray/green type)

Snifit Red (Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic / Super Mario USA, red type)
Chinese (Simplified) 木乔[6]
Mùqiáo
Transliteration from the Japanese name
Chinese (Traditional) 木喬
Mùqiáo
Transliteration from the Japanese name
French (NOA) Mascagaz (My Very First Nintendo Game Boy: Super Mario's Adventures)
Maskrache
Gasmask
Pun on masque (mask) and crache (spit)
French (NOE) Snifit -
German Snifit -
Italian Snifit
Nappone (Super Mario Advance's booklets)
-
Very Big Nose
Korean 무우쵸
Muuchyo
From the Japanese name
Portuguese (NOA) Snift -
Portuguese (NOE) Snifes From the English "sniff"
Russian Шмыга
Shmyga
From "шмыгать" (sniff)
Spanish Olfiti From olfato (smell) and Snifit.

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 魔夢族一員。おをつけていて、から悪夢ってくる。」 ("A member of the Mamu Family. They wear masks and spit the bullets of evil dreams from their mouth.") - Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic instruction booklet, page 30 (ムーチョ).
  2. ^ "A member of the “8 bits.” He wears a mask and spits the bullets of evil dreams from his mouth." - Super Mario Bros. 2 instruction booklet, page 23 (Snifit - Red description).
  3. ^ Akfamilyhome (July 24, 2020). Twitter post featuring gameplay of a Yoshi's Island prototype. Twitter. Retrieved July 24, 2020.
  4. ^ Nintendo. June 15, 2021. Mario Party Superstars - Nintendo Treehouse: Live | E3 2021 YouTube. Retrieved June 15, 2021.
  5. ^ a b c Super Mario USA page on Nintendo's Mario Portal
  6. ^ From the ending scenes of Super Mario Advance as localized by iQue. Reference: 无敌阿尔宙斯 (August 28, 2013). 神游 超级马力欧2敌人官译 (Official names for iQue Super Mario 2 enemies). Baidu Tieba. Retrieved February 2, 2017.