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World 2-3
« on: June 29, 2013, 03:49:18 PM »
World 2-3 is the third course of World 2 in Super Mario 3D Land. Its platforms and music are based off of Super Mario Bros. Mario starts in a platform shaped as himself in Super Mario Bros. There are three P-Switches; two located at Mario's overalls' buttons, and the other in Mario's ear. Here, a Propeller Block can be found. Through some giant blocks, Mario reaches a pixelated Super Mushroom platform. Here, a P-Switch makes a line of coins to appear. In one of the mushroom's spots, there is a Brick Block hiding a spin trunk switch. Tapping it with Tanooki Mario's tail causes the spot to rise and a Red Ring can be reached. Through some yellow and blue blocks with some Paragoombas, coins and a green Clock, Mario lands in a Princess Peach 8-Bit platform. There is another spin trunk switch, which raises Peach's dress stripe. Some Goombas and Coin Coffer‎s are faced. Ahead, a Warp Box leads the character to a grassy area, with a background that resembles the Super Mario Bros. style. A classic half-pyramid is used to reach the Flagpole. Additionally, if Mario goes into the castle, he goes into a hidden Warp Box which takes him into a pixelated 1-Up Mushroom platform, which has a 1-Up Mushroom on it. After that, Mario should use another Warp Box to warp him back into the grassy area.

Star Medal 1: In Mario's platform, the right foot part contains a Brick Block with a spin switch. Hitting it makes the platform rise until a Luigi platform and the foot fits on a hole. The Star Medal is located there.
Star Medal 2: Between the Super Mushroom and Peach's platform, a Coin Ring can be seen with the Star Medal under it. Mario, using a Propeller Box, can grab the coin and fly back up to the block.
Star Medal 3: Mario must rise Peach's dress stripe. The Star Medal is floating on the far left.

"This little fella is ready for a big adventure. Use his extra-fast running speed to get out of sticky situations." - Super Mario 3D World bio