Star World

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This article is about the world from Super Mario World. For the world from Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge with the same name, see Star World (Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge).
Not to be confused with World Star.
World
Star World
StarWorld SMW.png
Appearance Super Mario World (1990)
Levels 5
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Official artwork of Star World from Super Mario World.
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The Star World is the eighth world of Super Mario World that can be reached by one of the five Star Roads.

The levels have different colored Yoshis in them, and there is a Yoshi in the beginning of a few of the levels so the player can exit the stage with a new ride. From the Star World, one can also get to the Special Zone.

To beat the Star World, the player needs to find the secret exit of each level. Through finding Star Roads and clearing stages in the Star World, the player can take shortcuts in completing the game. The Star Roads link to Donut Plains, the Vanilla Dome, the Twin Bridges, the Forest of Illusion, and the Valley of Bowser.

The Star World's theme is a slowed-down version of the Super Star's theme.

The Star World reappears in Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge. The moon featured here now appears in the top right rather than the top left.

Superstar Road in New Super Mario Bros. U is a throwback to the Star World. Not only is it star-shaped in appearance, but it is accessed from the main overworld through a star-shaped portal similar to a Star Road.

Levels of Star World[edit]

Appearances in other media[edit]

The Star World appeared in at least two episodes of the Super Mario World animated series, although here it was referred to as the Star Path.

The Star Path first appeared in the episode "Send in the Clown" where it was used by Mario, Luigi, Yoshi and Princess Toadstool to transport themselves to Neon Castle. In "King Scoopa Koopa", the Star Path is used by Mario and Princess Toadstool to escape from several cave-people (as well as from Luigi and Yoshi), who have been mutated into Chickadactyl-monsters.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スターのしま
Sutā no Shima
Star Island
Spanish Mundo Estelar Star World
French Monde Etoile Star world
German Sternenwelt Star World
Chinese 星星之路[1]
Xīngxīng zhī Lù
Star Road

References[edit]

  1. ^ iQue. 超级马力欧世界 – iQue Games. Retrieved December 9, 2016.