Talk:Super Mini Mario World
The current name of the article is off and features multiple subjects that should probably be split. I'll start with the description of the March of the Minis theme park.
"The Mario Toy Company’s new toy, the Mini Mario, is a smash hit! The Mini Mario has raked in so much money that the company’s superstar president, Mario, has decided to open a toy-filled theme park called Super Mini Mario World. Today is the grand opening of Super Mini Mario World. Lots of people have come to watch the festivities." - Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis instruction booklet, pg. 6
The back of the box also has this sentence: "It’s the opening day of the new Super Mini Mario World theme park, and DK has kidnapped the gorgeous guest of honor, Pauline!"
As for Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again!, the game's DSi Shop descriptions also reference Super Mini Mario World, with the North American version calling the opening celebration an expansion and the European version a re-opening. Either way, the setting is identical. "New! Super Mini Mario World" is shown on a banner in-game.
The article claims that the name of the theme park was changed in Mini-Land Mayhem!, but the manual doesn't indicate that Mini-Land is revisited like the DSi entry, but rather a separate "new" location.
"Mario and Pauline are celebrating the grand opening of Mario’s new outdoor theme park, Mini-Land." - Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem! instruction booklet, pg. 4
(As an aside, since this doesn't yet have an article or redirect, on the same page: "Mario and the Mini Marios jump aboard the park’s train, the Super Mini Mario Express, in hot pursuit of Donkey Kong.")
It would appear the festival in Minis on the Move is actually a third event called the Mini Toy Carnival, seen here. It doesn't seem like Super Mini Mario World or Mini-Land are mentioned by name. I can only presume that Tipping Stars returns to Mini-Land because it's mentioned in the game's Japanese title. Finally, Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge isn't set in a theme park or carnival, but the storyline is minimalist to nonexistent. LinkTheLefty (talk) 01:49, 10 December 2016 (EST)