World Bowser

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World Bowser
World Bowser SM3DW.jpg
Appearance Super Mario 3D World
Levels 12
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World Bowser (alternatively called Bowser World or Bowser Land) is the eighth and final world of Super Mario 3D World. Unlike most endgame Mario worlds (including World Castle, which came immediately before it), World Bowser is not a volcanic stage; instead, it is a large amusement park built in the likeness of Bowser, with a volcano in the back, and it sits high above every preceding world. It contains eight standard courses, two Boss Arenas, a Mystery House, a Toad House, a Sprixie House, and Bowser's Castle. The world is apparently powered by the Sprixie Princesses, who are freed upon the completion of the world's Castle. The bosses encountered here are Pom Pom, Motley Bossblob, Queen Hisstocrat, and Bowser, who attacks as Meowser. This world is the only normal world without an Enemy Battle.


Level Number Level Name Preview Description
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-1 Spiky Spike Bridge Spiky Spike Bridge.jpg A rainy castle course with Spikes and Parabones.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-2 Plessie's Dune Downhill Plessie's Dune Downhill.jpg A desert course with Plessie.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-3 Cookie Cogworks Sm3dwguide295.png A dessert course with spinning cookies.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-TrainIcon.pngTrain The Bowser Express The Bowser Express.jpg A train course with Pom Pom as the boss.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-4 Footlight Lane Footlight Lane.jpg A circus course with blue invisible platforms, small sections of which appear when the player stands on them.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-5 Deepwater Dungeon Deepwater Dungeon.jpg An underwater castle course, and the second in World Bowser where Plessie can be ridden, though only in a small segment of the course.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-6 A Beam in the Dark A Beam in the Dark.jpg A Ghost House with Light Boxes.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-7 Grumblump Inferno Grumblump Inferno.jpg A lava course with large crystal blocks (most of them cubes) with faces; they start slowly rolling when the player walks on them and will go faster when ground-pounded on.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-A Motley Bossblob's Encore Motley Bossblob's Encore.jpg A rematch with Motley Bossblob, now golden.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-B Hisstocrat Returns Hisstocrat Returns.jpg A boss battle with Queen Hisstocrat.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-CastleCastleIcon SM3DW.png The Great Tower of Bowser Land The Great Tower of Bowser Land.jpg The Castle of the world and final main level in the game. The final boss, Meowser, is fought here.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-MysteryBoxIcon.pngMystery Box Mystery House Claw Climb Mystery House Claw Climb.jpg The Mystery House of World Bowser; the Cat form is used in all of the sections.
World BowserBowserIcon SM3DW.png-SprixieHouseIcon.pngSprixie House Sprixie House SM3DW World Bowser-tent.png A Sprixie in the Sprixie House gives the player a Stamp.


  • There is a glitch where the player can get on the pipe leading to the world. If the player falls off this pipe, the player will land on World 3. This means World Bowser is above World 3.
  • The final level of this world is called "The Great Tower of Bowser Land", leading to the conclusion that the entire world is called Bowser Land.
  • The Clown Car ferris wheel in the background loosely resembles the one seen in Mario Kart 8's Baby Park.
  • In Mario Party 10, many of the Bowser Party minigames appear to take place in World Bowser.