Scenic Course

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Level
Scenic Course
Super Mario, Star, Para-Goomba and Goomba, from the Scenic Course.
Game Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
Time limit 400 seconds
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Scenic Course[1] is an optional level in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. It is an autoscrolling level which is not part of any Zone, being found on the overworld directly opposite the entrance to the Tree Zone. Unusually, the level contains no bells, either as a checkpoint or at the Goal.

Guides note the relative ease of getting extra lives in the course.[2][3]

Layout[edit]

The level is a straight, flat run to the Goal door, with three Mushroom/Fire Flower (dependent on status) ? Blocks scattered throughout. The only enemies are Goombas and Para-Goombas. A Hidden Block beside a standalone used block slightly after the halfway point contains a Star, which can be used to gain a number of 1-ups from the Goombas following.

Enemies[edit]

Sprite Name Count Count (Easy Mode)
A Goomba, from Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. Goomba 9 9
Sprite of Para-Goomba from Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins Para-Goomba 13 13

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 展望台コース[2]
Tenbōdai Kōsu
Lookout Course
German Aussichtsplattform-Level Viewing Platform Level
Italian Livello de esercitazione[4]
Belvedere[5]
Exercise level
Viewpoint

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dark Horse Books. Super Mario Bros. Encyclopedia: The Official Guide to the First 30 Years. Page 77.
  2. ^ a b 「任天堂公式ガイドブック スーパーマリオランド2 6つの金貨」 (Nintendo Kōshiki Guidebook – Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins), page 28.
  3. ^ Nintendo Power Volume 43, page 45.
  4. ^ Club Nintendo (Italy) Numero 1 - 1993, page 23.
  5. ^ Super Mario Bros. Enciclopedia; pag. 77