|Level code||World 1-Fortress|
|Game||Super Mario Bros. 3|
|Time limit||300 seconds|
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The player must jump across multiple gaps, while avoiding the Podoboos that continuously rise up and down between them. A ? Block containing a Fire Flower may be found here. After more gaps, there are a few sets of Roto-Discs that the player must get through, followed by more gaps. At the end of the section, a door leading to the next part of the level may be found. Another ? Block, this time containing a Super Leaf, is also found here, along with a single Dry Bones.
Beyond the door is a hallway with a spiked ceiling. The ceiling slowly rises up and down, meaning the player must duck in order to avoid taking damage from the spikes. At the end of the section is another door, which rises up and down from the ground with the ceiling. Beyond this door is Boom Boom's arena; defeating Boom Boom will destroy the fortress, unlock the gate near World 1-1, and allow the player to continue onto World 1-5.
The secret exit of this level can only be accessed with Raccoon Mario. At the end of the first section, the player must run left away from the door, fill up the Power Meter, and fly up towards the ceiling. The player must then continue to walk right on the ceiling, and then enter a door to another room upon reaching the end. This room contains a Magic Whistle, and will immediately clear the fortress; however, the gate near World 1-1 will not be opened.
Boom Boom (Boss)
|2||Replaced with one of two power-ups if Mario is already in Super form|
|Fire Flower||1||Replaces a Super Mushroom in the first block if Mario is already in Super form|
|Super Leaf||1||Replaces a Super Mushroom in the second block if Mario is already in Super form|
|Secret area||1||Can be found by flying up to a high ledge with Raccoon Mario where a door can be found|
|Magic Whistle||1||Found in a small chest in the secret room|
- In the Japanese version of Super Mario Bros. 3, the door into Boom Boom's room is placed further from the wall and some spikes on the ceiling are positioned differently, making entering the door more difficult.