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"King Koopa" redirects here. For other uses, see King Koopa (disambiguation).
Bowser SSB4
Bowser the feared Koopa King.
Full Name King Bowser Koopa
Location Mushroom Kingdom
Class Main Villain
Dark King
Anti Villain
Anti Hero (Not Actual)
Main Weapon(s) Claws
Element(s) Normal
Family and Relations
Bowser Jr.(Son), Koopalings (Children), Morton Koopa Sr.(Dad), Clawdia (Wife), Margarett Koopa (Mom), Moron (Paternal Grandpa), Ares Koopa (Great Great Uncle), Warus Sr. (Brother), Warus Jr. (Nephew), Boco (Uncle), Skilla-Sano (Cousin), Niko Koopa Sr. (twin brother), Iago Koopa (Nephew)
Bowser is the King of the Koopas and the main antagonist of the Super Mario games, he is also Mario's main arch-nemesis. He wants to marry Princess Peach, and conquer the Mushroom Kingdom and his new empire, but he mainly wants to steal Peach away from Mario. He has a child named Bowser Jr.. He continues to antagonize the Mario Bros., but always fails to defeat them. Bowser also has alternate forms such as Giga Bowser, Giant Bowser, Dry Bowser, Bowser Soul, and Overlord Bowser. While he was a child his father King Koopa was King of the Koopas. Many of his minions included: Goombas, Koopa Troopas, Shy Guys, Thwomps, Boos, Wigglers, Hammer Bros., Piranha Plants, Buzzy Beetles, and Bullet Bills until he grew up.

Game Appearances

Paper Mario Instrumental

Bowser steals the Heavenly Orchestra's Eternal Instruments. Mario stops him and the instruments fly throughout the Mushroom Kingdom. He kidnaps Luigi and Peach. He steals the instruments to finally hear the legendary music his father told him about.


Bowser appears in the Pathverse, as the king of the Koopa Troop during the Fourth Age. However, during the Fifth Age he sends his army to take over Devotee Castle, which they do so successfully allowing Bowser to become the new king, and merge the Koopa Kingdom with the Devotee kingdom. While Bowser is an excellent king, the citizens who were loyal to the Toadstool monarchy begin a rebellion, and with the help of Malcolm Leychester's robots, successfully defeat the Koopa Troop and burn down Devotee Castle and Devotee City.

Kenny Koopa's Revenge

Bowser's Stats
HP 1000
Defense 550
Koopa Points N/A

Bowser appears in this game as the main villain.

Behind the Wheel

Bowser appears as a default playable character in the racing game Bowser's Castle Racing.


  • Weight: 92%
  • Driving Skill: 35%
  • Item Power: 78%
  • Speed: 30%

Game's Description

The king of all the koopa, King Bowser Koopa I, is the head of his army of evil fierce Koopas. He dreams of marry Princess Peach and destroy Mario. Tired of fighting, decided to organize these racing cars without Mario!

Super Smash Bros. Adventure

Bowser will make an appearance in Super Smash Bros. Adventure. Although it is unknown what his role will be, it is suspected he will be a Boss Character. He was set to be playable in Classic Mode, but was removed when Classic Mode was removed.

Super Smash Bros. Brutal Duel

Bowser has been announced to be a default veteran in Super Smash Bros. Brutal Duel.

  • B: Fire Breath
  • B Side: Koopa Claw
  • B Up: Whirling Fortress
  • B Down: Bowser Bomb
  • Final Smash: Giga Bowser

Super Mario Bros.: Pokémon Odyssey

Bowser will appear as both a playable character, and a villain in the upcoming Super Mario Bros.: Pokémon Odyssey. However, nothing much else has been confirmed.

Super Mario Legends: Saga of Evil


Bowser's artwork for the game.

Bowser is confirmed to be the main villain of Super Mario Legends. He is also confirmed to be playable in Multiplayer Mode.

Mario Guitar World

In Mario Guitar World, Bowser is the main villain disrupting the peace of the Mushroom Kingdom. It has been confirmed that he will be the final boss for story mode on Pro. If he is beaten, Bowser will be unlocked as well as other features.

NRL Captian

Bowser is the captain of the Bowser Villains team on the Wii multiplayer sport game Mario Rugby League. His team is very strong and he has the ability to breathe fire for long distance tackling.

A step back in time

Bowser will appear as a playable character in the WiiWare download Super Smash SNES. He appears under the name King Koopa. His special moves are to shoot a fireball, whack people with an axe and to jump up and stomp down.

Mario & Luigi: Rivals in Adventure

After hearing Princess Shroongi took over his castle. Bowser rushes to fight back.

Singalong Superstar!

Bowser appears in every game in the Mario Singalong! Series. He first appears in Mario Singalong Superstar! where he has kidnapped Princess Peach and hidden her behind a Music Door. He then appears in Mario Singalong Country! where he has crashed Peach's party at her ranch and kidnapped her again hiding her behind a music door.

Super Mario: The Mushroom Wars

In this game, a completely different version of Bowser is found. Since the game takes place 10 years after the Rise of Drowser, he is nothing but a warmonger who wants nothing more than to kill Peach, take over the Mushroom Kingdom, and cause as much havoc as possible.

Super Mario Bros.: Fury Combined!

Bowser appears as the third boss of World 8: Bowser's Castle in this game.

In Mario Singalong Boys vs Girls! he is just a regular avatar, recently in Mario Singalong Disney! he consipires with Pete to set up Mario. Then he kidnaps Princess Peach and Princess Daisy hiding them behind Music Doors in Mario Singalong Rocks!.

In Mario Singalong Down Under! Bowser along with all of his children find Mario and his friends in Down Under Land so he kidnaps Princess Peach and hides her behind Music Doors. He also appears in Mario Singalong Legends!

Bowser's Mansion

Bowser goes into a mansion and is scared by a ghost. But Barney the Purple Dinosaur sucks the ghost with a vacuum cleaner and he and Bowser escape. Bowser told Barney that his rival, Yoshi is missing and kidnapped by King Boo. Bowser finds Yoshi and defeats King Boo.

Pikachu's Final Destiny 2

Bowser will appear in Pikachu's Final Destiny, but instead of being a cameo character, he is a villain in the game, along with Dr. Eggman.


Bowser sketch

The redesigned appearance of Bowser.

Bowser, like the other characters of the Mario series, appears in a redesigned state in The Legacy of Mario, and although his appearances are severely limited, he has a lasting effect on the characters as well as the series as a whole.

Super Princess Peach: Mushroom Kingdom's Drought

Lets face it, you can't keep Bowser out of a Mario game. The koopa king returns once again as a final boss, however, he is not the one that the heroes are chasing after. Bowser sends the King Goomba to steal the water supply from the Mushroom Kingdom. Princess Peach and her allies Luigi, Toad, and Yoshi (that join Peach throughout the game) go on an adventure to save the water supply. They eventually run into Bowser at his castle, who is accompanied by King Goomba in the last battle. Bowser cleverly sent goombas to kidnap Daisy so Mario will be distracted while all this is happening. Little did the great Koopa King know that the princess of Mushroom Kingdom will be the one to save the day....

RenarioExtreme series

Bowser appears in the Chinese anime, Renan!, where he teams up with Dr. Eggman, Dr. Mewtwo, Ganondorf, and the rest of the villains to take down Renan. He also can brainwash anyone in this anime.

The Marvelous Misadventures of Bowser

In The Marvelous Misadventures of Bowser, Bowser is the main Char and is one of the 3 playable chars.

Super Toad Bros.

He is the boss of World 7. He is powered by fire and his weakness is ice. You can also make him fall in the water.

Mario Heroes

He appeared in Mario Heroes as the minor villain. He sends a note to Team Mario, saying that he and his minions will destroy the Mushroom Kingdom in three days.

Kirby: Bowser in Dreamland

He appears as the main villain. Bowser stole all of residents food, Sparkling Stars and the Star Rod from the Fountain of Dreams in order to take over the universe. Now it's up to Kirby & the gang to stop him.

Donkey Kong vs Bowser

Bowser orders his minions to steal the Kong's Banana Hoard and kidnap the Kongs in order to take over the island. So it's up to Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong to stop him and his son, Bowser Jr.

Super Sam Squad Series

Bowser engaged Sam and John for his army. He is even satisfied by their incredible performance. Once the two defeated Clarx, he accidentally promote them into Agent Doubles. He appear again in Super Sam Squad 2: Mas Crisis, where he is playable after beating the 5th Castle Boss.

Super Sloppy Bros.

Sloppy Bowser appears in Super Sloppy Bros. as the main antogonist by destroying Princess Peach's Castle while kidnapping her, some Toads, and Yoshi. The final boss battle is against him and his son, Bowser Jr., which is similar to the final boss battle in New Super Mario Bros.

Super Mario Hover Race

Bowser is one of the racers in Super Mario Hover Race.

Mario Kart 8 Wii U

Bowser appears as a playable character in Mario Kart 8 Wii U. His special move is Triple Bob-omb.
Speed: 2
Acceleration: 3.25
Drift: 5
Handling: 2
Off-Road: 2.75

Mario Kart Wii 2.0

Bowser appears as a playable character in Mario Kart Wii 2.0

Super Mario RPG: The Eight Shining Stars

Bowser appears in Super Mario RPG: The Eight Shining Stars serving as the main villain and final boss. He has 1200 max HP, and a huge range of attacks. His flamethrower deals 20, his Shell Slam deals 25, and his Claw deals 15. Also, he has an earthquake attack which deals 16 to one party member, and 8 to the other two. His defense power is 6, and he gives 2000 star points when defeated.

New Super Mario Bros. 3: Bowser Returns

In New Super Mario Bros. 3: Bowser Returns, Bowser appears as the main villain of the game along with the new Mecha Mario. After he is defeated, he returns as Dry Bowser in World 8.

Super Mario and the Ludu Tree

In Super Mario an the Ludu tree is bowser on the evil side again! He kidnapped peach at the beginning if the game with the Koopalings and will be a very hard final boss! Bowser has got a castle in the air in this series. He will be flying everywhere to get Mario (you, as a player) confused and lost.


Bowser is the main enemy in this game and plans to find all 7 of the Power Crystals and use them to become a god, and destroy Mario, and kidnap Peach for good. He has 101 HP and is the final boss.

Super Mario: Fallen Planet

Bowser is set to appear in Super Mario: Fallen Planet, where he will kidnap Princess Peach again while riding his Koopa Clown Car with the help of Bowser Jr, and take her to the Fallen Belt. There, he will revive the Sins of Disaster, the Fallen Belt's native villains for his plans to conquer and rule the Mushroom Kingdom. Unfortunately, his plans are foiled when the Seven rebel, who threaten to implode his Kingdom, as well as the Musshroom Kingdom. When the Seven got his army, the Koopa Troop, brainwashed, Bowser is forced to join forces with Mario to stop the Seven before they could successfully implode the Mushroom Universe.

Super Mario: Battle for the Mushroom Kingdom

Bowser is set to be the main antagonist of the upcoming Super Mario: Battle for the Mushroom Kingdom. In this version, he has always believed kidnapping a princess and marrying her would bring him power over a kingdom. Lately, he has come to realize that that does not work. His string of constant defeats have completely angered corrupted him to the point where he will easily obliterate kingdoms without a single twitch of remorse.

In the game, he is portrayed as a far darker incarnation rather than the one in previous games. He plans to take over the whole planet using a new sattelite superweapon. His personality here is utterly ruthless, and he is really, really evil. He calmy obliterates the BeanBean kingdom just to demonstrate the weapon's power. He will willingly kill anyone who dares oppose him, ranging from Mario, to Princess Peach, even one of his own men if they dare do so.

Mario and Sonic: Race Against Time

In this game he teams up with Eggman. He breaks into Daisy's castle whilst she and Luigi are getting married. He breaks into the vault and steals hundreds of artifacts known as Time Bombs, which, when blown up, will freeze that area in time.

He proceeds to take all the Mario and Sonic characters, save for Mario and Sonic themselves, who send them away. He cages all the prisoners and scatters them around the Mushroom Kingdom.

He and Eggman place a Time Bomb along with the prisoners. They do this because they had previously found a large book, explaining that freezing the Mushroom Kingdom in time will make a legendary object called the Master Bomb appear in a place called the Time Tomb. The Master Bomb will permanently freeze time

Mario and Sonic are able to save all their friends. However, they are unable to disable the Time Bombs. With the Mushroom Kingdom frozen, Bowser and Eggman make their way to the Time Tomb.

Once in the Time Tomb, they are attacked by Mario, Sonic and their former prisoners. Bowser uses one of Eggman's machines to transform into Giga Bowser.

At first it seems they are going to win. However, Sonic traps Bowser inbetween a wall and a box. He sets the machine to 'MINI' and shoots it at Bowser. Bowser turns into a mini version of himself. He witnesses Mario using a machine Eggman was using to destroy the Master Bomb and unfreezing time in the Mushroom Kingdom. Bowser and Eggman flee.

Wario & Waluigi: Golden Pyramid Raid

Bowser serves as an antagonist, and Wario & Waluigi meet him right before the real trek began.  Bowser fought the Wario Bros and lost against them.  Afterwards he falsely lead them into the long way so he can take the easy way and avoid trouble with the Wario Bros.  To hinder the bros he sent the Koopalings to block them from reaching the end.  After seeing that they caught up, he fought the two and lost again.  Wario, Bowser, and Roy broke through the door together, finding many piles of gold.  However, Tutankoopa descends and tells that no one may take the treasure.  The trio and all of the Koopalings were enraged and they all battle Tutankoopa.  In battle Bowser watches you fight, throwing items to help you fight Tutankoopa.  After the king's defeat, the Wario Bros. and the Bowser family all escape the self-destructing pyramid.  Bowser in the end got half of the money due to Wario being happy that he helped with the robbery.  Then the story ends.

In the first battle he can breathe two flames at a time and he moves slowly.  You have to grab his tail and swing him towards a spiked ball.  After he hits the spiked ball, he's defeated.  Waluigi cannot grab Bowser's tail, but instead he sprints into Bowser and he will be sent flying away.

The rematch plays like the Super Mario 64 final battle, but every now and then a Koopaling will help Bowser and the king will jump out of the ring.  You have to fight that Koopaling in the same manner you've done earlier, and after one hit he or she is defeated and Bowser re-enters the ring.  Once he's hit a spike ball three times he's defeated and will give up and help you break in.

Super Mario GameBox Demo

Bowser is the main antagonist. When Kamek brings Bowser a book that was passed down through multiple generations, Bowser uses its powers to regenerate his army. He sent them to attack Mario's house. While Mario was stalled trying to defeat the creatures, Bowser used the book's magical properties to send Princess Peach's Castle into the Cloud Rift. He is seen at the end of Mushroom Kingdom Way, releasing Goomboss to attack Mario. He is later seen enlarging a Blooper in the Toad Town Sewer System. He is fought in Bowser Castle.

In this first fight, Bowser attacks by breathing fire and sliding around in his shell. When he slides around, he can be defeated by being led to one of the motion-sensors around the arena, where a hammer falls onto Bowser's shell. After 3 hits, Bowser changes his tactics so instead of sliding in his shell, he ground-pounds and causes rubble to fall from the sky, then charges at Mario. Mario must lead Bowser under the rubble 3 times. After those 3 hits, Bowser is defeated and gives up the shard of the Power Star.

He is later seen in Bowser's Alternate Universe, which he created with the book. Bowser is altered by this universe, much like his army (the creatures). He is fought similarly to the first encounter, except for the fact that he has a new tactic: throwing the shells of Alternate Koopas. The shells must be jumped on (when the shell's spikes aren't visible) and thrown back at Bowser. After 3 hits, this alternate form of Bowser will split the center of the Power Star in half.

He is fought as Dark Bowser in The Final Challenge, after the defeat of the Final 4. After his defeat, he explodes.

He is fought one final time in Princess Peach's Castle as a ghost. After he is defeated, he explodes into smoke.

Ice Climber 2

If you use a Mario amiibo whilst playing, you unlock the amiibo mountain, Cool Cool Mountain, once you reach the top Nana and Popo are tasked with defeating bowser.

String Puppet Arising

Main article: Bowser (SSB8)

Bowser is a default playable character in Super Smash Bros. Endgame and is a major antagonist in Story Mode. Bowser retains his Super Mario 3D Land appearance. Bowser appears a lot of times in Story Mode, even much more than Puppetmaster. Bowser shows no mercy to his fallen enemies shown in Chapter 3-8. In Chapter 12, he was turned into a string puppet and was quickly defeated by Mario, who kicks him into a lava pit, which burns the King of Koopas alive.

Project X Zone

He's One of the Bosses in This Game, he First Appears in Chapter 6 Alongside his Son and his Koopalings in the God Eater Universe, After be Defeated Without Mario in There, he Flew Away with his Army.

He Reappears in the Chapter 7 at the Final of the Chapter After the Heroes Leaves the Regna Ferox Colosseum and he was Finded by Mei Sakasaki to be Part of Dark Shadows for Help Him with his Attemps to Wipe Out Mario and Luigi, Kidnaps Peach and Gets the Mushroom Kingdom for Him.

In Chapter 14 Trying to Take Revenge in the Fire Emblem Awakening Universe But Once Again, he's Defeated and Flew Away.

In Chapter 20 he Appears Alongside Mei to Acomplish the Deal with Dark Shadows But it Failed and They Flew Away.

In Chapter 25 he Meets Ganondorf in the Super Robot Wars Endless Frontier Universe Only for Ask Him About the Skeith's Current Localization and Goes to the Teleport Laboratory.

In Chapter 26 he Finds Skeith But he Flew Away from Bowser and he Beign to Follow Skeith to Reach Him and Continue with his Evil Plan.

In Chapter 37, he Kindaps Peach with a Bit of Help of S.I.N., for a Moment Bowser Gots his Victory by Paralyze Mario and Luigi But he Gots Defeated Once More But This Time Giving Him to Die But no Before Giving a Request to Beat Dark Shadows for Him.

In the Final Chapter (41) he was Cloned by Takuma Murosaki When the First Half of the Group Appears After Jin, Xiaoyu, Alisa Bosconovitch, Ryu, Ken, Juri, Goku, Vegeta and 18, After the Takuma's Transformation, he Doesn't Appears in the Rest of the Game.

Super Mario Bros.: Plumbers Unite

In the Wii/U 3DS title, Bowser appears as the main antagonist, though he does not appear until late in the game. By the time Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi conquer the entirety of Airship Assault, they come across the Koopa King himself, who reveals that he was behind the production of the robotic clones of the plumbers and the burglary of Peach Castle. The fight takes place above the ocean, on the floating wreckage of his airship. During the battle, he primarily fights in his Koopa Clown Car, which hovers too high above the single platform to be hit directly. The copter itself cannot be damaged, but Bowser himself can be if certain projectiles (e.g. Luigi's fireballs) are used, though this will only cause minor damage. While in the air, Bowser will breathe multicolored fireballs (orange ones behave normally, purple ones home in on the player, green ones leave residue on the ground, and white ones explode upon contact), breathe ice-balls that turn the floor slippery and freeze the plumbers on contact, toss hammers, boomerangs, Mecha-Koopas and Bob-Ombs, and open the mouth of his Clown Car to fire off Missile Bills. He may even disappear from view, turning his vehicle upside down and sending out massive spiked balls, Grinders, or Skewers. The only way to bring Bowser down to the floor is to hit his copter eight times. This can be done either by knocking back the enemies he sends the player's way, or hitting it with the Weapon Suit. When he is hit enough, the player must use Yoshi's tongue to grab the propeller and drag it down to the ground, where he will finally fall out and be rendered dizzy, at which point he can be attacked via any method until his health meter is depleted by a third. Optionally, the player can choose to attack the downed Koopa Clown Car at the time, preventing it from flying above the range of Yoshi's tongue and thus shortening the fight. The process must be repeated twice more, unless the player chose to attack the vehicle first. If the Clown Car is destroyed before Bowser runs out of health, he will fall to the ground and begin running back and forth in a cowardly manner, at which point any attacks will work until he is defeated. When his health runs out, the following cutscene shows all four plumbers nailing him at the same time time with a downward kick to the head, sending him plummeting through the floor and to the bottom of the ocean and causing the wreckage to fly into the air as well. The plumbers land on a nearby island and watch as the individual pieces of the wreckage fall onto the spot where he landed in a tower-like formation, pinning him down to the ocean floor.

However, later on, it is revealed that Bowser was alive and well the entire time, and that what the plumbers had fought was merely a clone to distract them. The real Bowser had already made off Princess Peach, and once the player catches up to him in Bowser's Humble Keep, he reveals that he had framed the plumbers with robotic clones to prevent them from interfering with his kidnapping. The true fight takes place in a rather generic castle room, with walls lined with pinball-bumpers and a slot-machine hanging high enough that not even Luigi can reach it. During the fight, any direct attacks will make Bowser flinch, but won't deal any damage. However, ice attacks will stop him in his tracks for a few seconds. The player's goal is to use these handicaps to send Bowser flying into his own traps. One method is to knock him into the bumpers on the wall with any attacks, which will stun him, allowing him to be grabbed by the tail, where he can then be thrown in any direction. Tossing him into the bumpers will either send him back to the ground in a dizzy state, or send him bouncing into other bumpers, racking up minor damage against him. The other, more effective method is to toss Bowser into the slot-machine, which will trigger a random effect. A star will make him invincible for ten seocnds, a 1-Up will restore a portion of his health meter, a Goomba will reduce his health meter by 5%, a Spiny will reduce it by 10%, a Bob-Omb will reduce it by 25%, the rare Bowser icon will deplete it by 50%, and a coin will grant the player 50 coins. While not being tossed around, Bowser will utilize all his attacks from the previous fight, minus the ones involving the Koopa Clown Car. This paragraph only concerns the first phase of the fight; the other two phases involve him turning into Giga Bowser and Dry Bowser respectively, and thus will not be talked about here. If the player revisits the level after beating it, they will not find Bowser, but they will still have the option to re-fight him. In Hard Mode, the battle is exactly the same, though the probability of the Starman and 1-Up icons appearing is increased by 25%.

Entry into the DigiWorld

DigiBowserIn the game Super Mario Techno, Bowser enters the DigiWorld, where he takes on the appearance of a new form called DigiWorld Bowser. It's just a disembodied head and hands, but he gains control over all technology, making him technically a digital overlord (pun intended).

Film appearances

Super Mario Bros. (2012 film)

Scary Bowser

Bowser has been redesigned in this movie to make a scarier, meaner, and more vicious villain.

Bowser appeared as the main antagonist of the film. His appearance and personality were slightly reimagined. He is voiced by Hugo Weaving in the film. He is portrayed as a much scarier, vicious, and overall much more threatening villain than he EVER was in the games. He is vicious, determined, and takes NO prisoners. He wants to kill Princess Peach and take over as the ruler of The Mushroom Kingdom. But Mario and Luigi stand in his way. Bowser has fire breath (obviously) is immune to Fire Flower attacks, and has superhuman strength.

He attacks the Annual Mushroom Parade and attempts to kill the Princess, but the Mario Bros. fight and stop him. Angry, Bowser then kidnaps the Princess to draw out The Mario Bros, so he can kill them. A fight between the Mario Bros. and Bowser ensues, and Bowser beats up The Mario Bros. But they manage to get enough strength to push Bowser into a lava pit, seemingly killing him.

But its revealed in a post-credits scene that he survived his fall into the lava, when Bowser's hand comes out of the lava.

Bowser appears as the main antagonist again in Super Smash Bros. (film).

The Rage of Bowser: A Mario Movie

In The Rage of Bowser: A Mario Movie, Future Bowser is the main antagonist, becoming half-Terminator, half-Khan Noonien Singh, or half-Human, half-Koopa, yet all evil and is out to change the past and wreck the future. After having taken over the Mushroom Kingdom for some time, Future Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Princess Daisy are leading the winning battle to reclaim the Mushroom Kingdom. Bowser declares that he finally has had it of Mario and Luigi always foiling his plans.

Tasking Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings to be the heirs to the throne of the Koopa Kingdom, for he cannot return, as time-travel is a one way trip, Future Bowser goes back in time to 1983 Brooklyn and shifts between his Koopa and bodybuilder Human form to kill 1983 Mario and 1983 Luigi before they return to the Mushroom Kingdom and save Peach the first time in 1985 during Super Mario Bros..

Little does he know that Future Peach had followed him through time as well. She does whatever it takes to stop Future Bowser from messing up the timeline irrevocably, turning his hunt for the White Whale of the Mario Bros. into a wild goose chase. Eventually crashing his F-4 Phantom into a tanker truck in Las Vegas, he burns his skin, hair and shell away to become Future Dry Bowser. He follows 1983 Mario, 1983 Luigi and Future Peach into a factory for Red Baron Frozen Pizzas just outside of Las Vegas.

Future Peach manages to blow his lower body away with an explosive, making his efforts to kill 1983 Mario and Luigi all the more difficult, and in the process, kills herself. Taking it upon themselves to avenge Peach's sacrifice, the 1983 Mario Bros. lure Future Dry Bowser onto a catwalk over the big grinders, he finally has them where he wants them. He is caught off balance when the 1983 Mario Bros. knock him right into the grinders, with his bones being used to fortify the cheese to make the frozen pizzas. The Koopa King is no more.

Antagonizing a Cat

In Super Mario Silver Spurs: The Crossover Vacation, Bowser makes a deal with Mario and Peach for ownership of half the Mushroom Kingdom if he can settle conflicts between the vacation group. But sometimes, he ends up antagonizing Gumball Watterson, who is part of the group. In some scenes, however, he remembers his agreement and stops fights between Gumball and Sonic the Hedgehog. Bowser also combines his knowledge with Mario's, Gumball's and other characters' as he ventures with the group. On the contrary, he is still as grumpy as he usually is.

Super Mario 64 2: Bowser Strikes Back

Bowser appears as the main villain. With the power of the Dark Star, he kidnaps Princess Peach.

New Super Mario Bros. Lambda

Bowser appears as the Major and Main villain of the game, having destroyed the Mythical Star, a vessel that contained 7 Koopalings from long ago. He uses these 7 Mythical Koopalings as well as his own 7 Koopalings to take over the Mushroom Kingdom and beyond, forcing Mario and Co. to go after him. His original plan was to capture Princess Peach however, so it is unspecified whether or not he knew the 7 Mythical Koopalings were held within the Mythical Star, or even of the Mythical Star's existence.

Story Appearances

Super Mario Bros.: Legend of the Chaos Star

BWAHAHAHAHA! With the power of the Chaos Star in my hands, nobody can stand in my way! Not you, not Mario, or anyone else! Speaking of which, I’ll be mopping the floor with him next, as soon as I’m finished stomping YOU into the next week! With you pesky plumbers out of the way, both Princess Peach and the Mushroom Kingdom will be mine at last!
Legend of the Chaos Star Part 3

In this story, Bowser appears as one of three main antagonists, with the other two being his two newest Koopa Troop recruits, Dimentia and Dimention. Initially, things started out with the usual storyline, which entails Princess Peach getting kidnapped by Bowser, with Mario and Luigi, along with Toad, Yoshi, and a reluctant Birdo coming to her rescue. A week after his defeat, Bowser began recruiting new members of the Koopa Troop to aid him in his next scheme to conquer the Mushroom Kingdom and the rest of the world.

Among these new recruits was the deranged Punchinello, along with the aforementioned jesters, Dimentia and Dimention. However, he initially rejected the latter two; not because of their resemblance to Dimentio (which he did not completely catch onto at the time), but because their clownish appearances made it difficult for the Koopa King to take them seriously. As such, he did not feel that the two of them were qualified to join his army. It wasn't until much later on that Bowser reconsidered his decision, due to the fact that the two jester twins began blackmailing him with embarrassing entries in his diary regarding his one-sided crush on Princess Peach.

After getting the introductions out of the way, Dimentia and Dimention informed Bowser about the "Chaos Star", an object that would give infinite power to the user, and allow him to defeat his enemies and conquer the world. The two of them then proceeded to give Bowser instructions on how to create it, and once the Chaos Star was formed, he tested its powers right away by having a sparring session with his minions. Much to the Koopa King's delight, their attacks had no affect on him. He then decided that he was going to attack Princess Peach's castle again the very next week, which happened to be the birthday of the Mario Brothers.

Upon spotting Bowser's fleet, Luigi, who wanted to prove to everyone that he was capable of saving the world on his own, took it upon himself to stop the Koopa Troop's invasion of the Mushroom Kingdom. He was able to defeat everyone on there with ease, with the exception of Bowser. Before engaging Luigi in battle, Bowser ordered Dimentia and Dimention to take the stolen Purity Stars to the Koopalings' castles, so that they don't end up subduing the Chaos Star's powers during the battle. Much like Mario's first battle with Bowser during the events of Paper Mario, the outcome was exactly the same, with Luigi being on the receiving end of a one-sided beating. The same eventually happened to Mario and his partners from the first and second Paper Mario titles when they came on the scene to help Luigi.

With the heroes out of the way, Bowser was free to take his plan to the next step, which was a full-scale assault on Peach's castle. Francis, who was visiting the castle at the time, attempted to stop him, but was easily defeated and promptly tossed out of a nearby window. After having it lifted up into the sky once again and merged with his own castle, Bowser ordered his troops to round up all the Toads that were in the castle, and have them locked in a dungeon. He also ordered Kamek and Kammy Koopa to have Peach and Daisy locked up elsewhere.

Shortly afterwards, Dimentia, who was apparently awe-struck by the entries in Bowser's diary, offered him a love potion to use on Peach; one that would become permanent within twenty-four hours of its use. Tiptron, who was still in the area at the time, flew off to warn Peach and Daisy about it, telling the former that she should escape as quickly as possible. Unfortunately for them, however, Peach ended up getting caught as she was in the process of escaping. Bowser then had his minions hold Peach down as he used the potion on her. Daisy and Tiptron tried to stop him, but ended up getting blocked by an invisible forcefield that Dimention created. With no one to interrupt Bowser, Peach soon ended up succumbing to the potion's effects. Much to the Koopa King's delight and Daisy's disgust, the potion ended up working, just as Dimentia said it would. From that point on, Daisy and Tiptron made it their sole mission to obtain the antidote at any cost, along with finding the evidence that they need to prove to Bowser and the Koopa Troop that Dimentia and Dimention are merely using Bowser as a pawn in their scheme, which involves the impending destruction of the entire universe.


An amiibo figure of Bowser exists! For more info about these amiibo, see this page.
Amiibo Bowser



Bowser in his Koopa Clown Car.


  • "Did somebody page the king of AWESOME?" - Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
  • "You like compost? I'll compost your face!" - Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
  • "Count Bleck, Floro Sapiens, whatever... Stomping fools is my business! Show me a fool, I'll stomp it! I don't even need a reason!" - Super Paper Mario
  • "Welcome. No one's home! Now scram--and don't come back! Gwa ha ha ha!" - Super Mario 64
  • "That's it, Mario! I'm gonna stomp you into space bits!" - Super Mario Galaxy




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