Room 7-6

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This article is about the level designated "7-6" in American and Japanese regions. For the level designated "7-6" in other regions, see Room 8-6.
Level
Room 7-6
MvDK2 Room 7-6.png
Level code 7-6
World Spooky Attic
Game Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
Time limit 600 seconds
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Room 7-6 (titled Room 6-6 in the British English version) is the sixth course of Spooky Attic in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis.

The course features four Mini Marios.

Overview[edit]

Unlike the other levels barring the boss, this level is the only one without enemies in Spooky Attic. This level features several crates, pipes, Color Switches, sliding doors, sliding bridges, and conveyor belts. Initially, the single free Mini Mario must hit the nearby red Color Switch in order to free two other Minis and drop a nearby crate onto the conveyor belt below and two more crates onto a spike pit near the leftmost lone Mini Mario. The other three Mini Marios must then make their way to the fourth Mini Mario; from there, they can head straight to the exit to the right.

Mini Mario Card[edit]

The Mini Mario Card is right above the leftmost spike pit near the leftmost Mini Mario. The player must reverse the conveyor belt's direction once the first crate falls after the red Color Switch's activation, in order to stop the second crate from falling and covering the card. Afterwards, a Mini Mario can approach and collect the card.

Star scores[edit]

  • A bronze star symbol. Used as the cleanest possible way to represent bronze stars in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, since ripping sprites cleanly from that game is notoriously difficult. Bronze star: 12950 points
  • A silver star symbol. Used as the cleanest possible way to represent silver stars in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, since ripping sprites cleanly from that game is notoriously difficult. Silver star: 14950 points
  • A gold star symbol. Used as the cleanest possible way to represent gold stars in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, since ripping sprites cleanly from that game is notoriously difficult. Gold star: 36200 points