Fire Ride Fortress

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Fire Ride Fortress
Game Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge
Level(s) 4
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Fire Ride Fortress is Mini Bowser's world and the ninth world overall in Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge. The main features of this world are Fire Blocks that produce harmful streams of fire. They can be turned on and off by taping them with the stylus. Some Fire Blocks also push platforms upward, helping the character reach higher areas. Mini Bowser's special ability in this world is the Bowser Bomb, a move similar to the Ground Pound that he performs when coming to a ledge that can be used to destroy Rock Blocks and defeat enemies. One main level also takes place before this world, Level 10.

The background of this world is based on the appearance of Peach's Castle during the final world in New Super Mario Bros. U while the background music featured is a cover of the Bowser battle music from Super Mario 64.


Level Preview Description Enemies and obstacles encountered
Bowser 1 Bowser1 amiiboChallenge.png This level introduces the mechanic of Fire Blocks. Fire Blocks
Bowser 2 Bowser2 amiiboChallenge.png This level features multiple Warp Pipes and more Fire Blocks. Fire Blocks
Bowser 3 Bowser3 amiiboChallenge.png This level features Movable Pipes and more Fire Blocks. Spikes, Fire Blocks
Bowser 4 Bowser4 amiiboChallenge.png This level features more Fire Blocks, Movable Pipes, and Cannon Kongs. Cannon Kongs, Piranha Plants, Fire Blocks, Spikes


Audio.svg First music
File infoMedia:MM&FaC FireRideFortressA.oga
Audio.svg Second music
File infoMedia:MM&FaC FireRideFortressB.oga
Audio.svg Preview
File infoMedia:MM&FaC FireRideFortressIntro.oga
Audio.svg Losing
File infoMedia:MM&FaC FireRideFortressLose.oga
Audio.svg Winning
File infoMedia:MM&FaC FireRideFortressWin.oga
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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フレイムキャッスル
Fureimu Kyassuru
Flame Castle

Italian Castello flambé
Flambe castle