Space Zone Area 1

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Space Zone Area 1
Space Zone Area 1
World Space Zone
Game Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
Time limit 700 seconds
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Space Zone Area 1 is the first level in the Space Zone in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins.


Near the start of the level are a few Bomubomu and a ? Block. Above this, at the top of the map, Mario can find the word "HAPPY" spelled out in stars, which is inaccessible. Further ahead are some coins, two ? Blocks, and a Poro. After a pit of spikes is a block with a 1 UP Heart atop it. By moving upward and slightly left, Mario can discover two Hidden Blocks which both contain a Moneybag. After that is a ? Block with a Fire Flower inside, along with the No.48. By heading upward and to the right, Mario finds a large group of coins. Once again, by moving slightly left of the coins and upward, Mario discovers more Hidden Blocks which lead him up to another 1 UP Heart. Shortly after this are moon blocks which Poros orbit. There are also ? Blocks, with a Fire Flower in one of them. The Mid-Point Bell is just after this.

Once Mario reaches the smiling planet, he should follow the blocks to find trails of coins directing him to the right. There is a large group of coins below. If Mario keeps following the coins, he finds the secret level exit door. He can enter it to unlock Space Zone Special Area, or head below the door to find the regular goal.


Sprite Name Count
A Bomubomu, from Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. Bomubomu 9
Miniship.png Poro 5
Alien SML2.png No.48 1

Level map[edit]

Space Zone Area 1

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ムーンコース[1]
Mūn Kōsu
Moon Course
German Mond-Level Moon Level
Italian Luna[2] Moon