Wild Ride in the Sky

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Wild Ride in the Sky
SMA4 Pack-In Card.jpg
NA Card
●01 Athletics in the Skies!
JP Card
Level code 1 (World-e)
Game Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3
Time limit 300
Music track Athletic Theme
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Wild Ride in the Sky is an e-Reader level for Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3. The level contains four Advance Coins and its official difficulty rating is ★★★☆☆. This card was released as part of series 1 in Japan[1], and was bundled with all but the latest versions of the game in North America[2]. Some of the enemies faced in this level are Bullet Bills and Koopa Troopas, the level also features the diagonal Bullet Bill generators from Super Mario World. The Japanese key art depicted Wendy O. Koopa, while the English key art depicted Mario and Luigi marching and hat-tipping.

Level synopsis[edit]

The level Wild Ride in the Sky
Wild Ride in the Sky from Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3.
Map of the level.

As the name would suggest, the level takes place high in the sky and the majority of the level consists of navigating moving platforms while the screen auto scrolls. The Advance Coins mostly lie on low cloud platforms.

New level elements[edit]


Name Count
Red Koopa Troopa
Red Koopa Troopa
Bullet Bill
Bullet Bill
infinite (diagonal)

Flavor text[edit]

  • English:
  • Japanese:
  • Romaji:
  • Translation:  

Take a wild ride in the sky! Think you can nab all the coins? Not if Bullet Bill has anything to say about it!
こわがって ばかりじゃ そらに おいてけぼりだよ! せいぜい がんばりな!
Kowagatte bakari ja sora ni oitekebori da yo! Seizei ganbari na!
"Just acting scared will get you left behind in the sky! Do your best!"



Video.svg Wild Ride in the Sky - Gameplay of the level.
File infoMedia:Wild Ride in the Sky.ogv
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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おおぞらでアスレチック!
Ōzora de asurechikku!
Athletics in the Skies!


  • This card was included as a bundle with the Super Leaf card in the first releases of Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3. Later releases did not include these cards due to the e-Reader being discontinued, however, the game had still support for said device.


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