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The boxart, showing the four supporting characters.
Developer(s) DaPeashooter45
Publisher(s) Fantendo
Platform(s) Wii U
Genre(s) Platformer
Release Date(s)
October 9, 2013
Single-player, cooperative and competitive multiplayer up to four players
Age Rating(s)
ERating 3Rating
Media Included Wii U Optical Disc

Super Mario: The Birthday in the Mushroom Kingdom is a fangame created by DaPeashooter45. It follows the gameplay elements from the previous installments.


Mario, Luigi, Toad and Rosalina were celebrating Princess Peach's birthday, when a huge cake slides in. Immediately, Bowser Jr. (who masterminded the plot to infiltrate via the Birthday Cake) and the Koopalings pop out and throw the cake on top of Peach and the Toads, trapping her inside and even the heroes. From there, the villains load them onto their Airship while the Toads follow closely. The Toads from the castle soon use a cannon to blast away presents containing Propeller Mushrooms and Penguin Suits so the Toads can obtain, but they explode in the air and spread the items in nine worlds. When the Toads get to the final castle, they find Bowser. One of them has to jump on a ! Switch behind Bowser to defeat him, sending him falling into the lava below. Kamek then powers Bowser up, making him huge. After Bowser has been powered up, the Toads can do nothing but flee from the giant boss. Soon they find a dead end with a huge ! Switch. They push it, and Giant Bowser falls through the floor in final defeat as the real Princess is released from her cage. Mario, Luigi, Toad and Rosalina were even released. After the credits, Larry Koopa is seen limping toward Bowser's Castle (probably because he walked all the way from World 1). He meets Bowser Jr., who shows Larry the rest of the Koopalings trying to push Bowser, who is back to normal, right side up. They finally succeed, with a huge thud, causing the castle to fall on top of Bowser, Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings.


Gameplay is similar to other games, especially New Super Mario Bros. Wii, with the return of the 4-player multiplayer, while most of the elements and design found in the game make a heavy reference to Super Mario World. Players can play as their Miis, including the first player, who can also choose whoever to play as. A fifth player can join as well, though they will use the Wii U GamePad to assist the players, in a mode known as Boost Mode. This mode allows the fifth player to create temporarily blocks to either assist or annoy the other players, simply by touching the GamePad screen. The player operating Boost Mode can also stun enemies.

Power-ups, like the Fire Flower, Ice Flower, Penguin Suit, Propeller Mushroom, Mega Mushroom, and the Mini Mushroom return. The game also features a new power-up, the Super Acorn, which gives Mario and company a Flying Squirrel form, which lets them glide and grab on to walls.


Unlike previous New Super Mario Bros. titles, where the worlds were separated like in Super Mario Bros. 3, the game has a seamless world map with areas named after different foods and drinks, similar to Super Mario World. Like New Super Mario Bros. Wii, the Worlds include Toad Houses and Enemy Courses that players will encounter in the game. The music changes instruments throughout the world map similar to Yoshi's Island. Though, like the previous games, there are Towers, Castles and Ghost House-related levels within each part of the world:

  • World 1: Peach's Castle: A grassy world with plenty of shrubs, slanted mountains, and Princess Peach's Castle.
  • World 2: Pagoda Peak Mountains: A China-themed world with Koopa Master, who lives at the top of the mountain.
  • World 3: Desert Pyramids: An Egypt-themed world with multiple islands, and deserts.
  • World 4: Frosted Flake: A snowy world that takes place at night filled with snow. This world can be entirely skipped for Pyramid Park.
  • World 5: Hightail Falls : A rainforest-esque world similar to the galaxy of the same name.
  • World 6: Sweet Mystery Mines: A mountainous world with tall, pillar like mountains. A cloud train seems to separate this world from the next world. It also includes cakes.
  • World 7: Grand Canal: A world that is based off of the real Grand Canal in Venice.
  • World 8: Neon Heights: A New York City-themed world, set atop a skyscraper complex. It is complete with a theatre district, a movie set, a space center, and a baseball diamond.
  • World 9: Bowser's Castle: By the time the player reaches the castle, it has been transformed into a lava-based area. This is the final world of the game and must be completed to beat the game.


  • Control pad/Control stick: Move, Ground Pound (with Two button+Control pad down or Classic Controller b button+Circle pad)
  • Two button/Classic Controller b button/Classic Controller a button: Jump, glide (hold)
  • One button/Classic Controller y button/Classic Controller x button: Run, shoot fireballs/iceballs carry items, run up and down walls (Mini Mario); X and Y cannot be used at the same time (ie. shooting fireballs while running).
  • Shaking the Wii Remote/GamePad/Classic Controller L button/Classic Controller R button/Classic Controller ZL button/Classic Controller ZR button: Baby Yoshi abilities, Spin Jump.
  • Control pad down: Crouch

The Characters

Playable and abilities

  • Green Toad - Green Toad is capable of jumping higher than other characters.
  • Red Toad - Red Toad is an all-around character.
  • Blue Toad - Blue Toad can run faster than other characters.
  • Yellow Toad - Yellow Toad can hover in midair.
  • Toadette - Toadette retains the power of the other four Toads.




  • Super Toad
  • Small Toad (default form)
  • Mega Toad
  • Invincible Toad
  • Propeller Toad
  • Fire Toad
  • Ice Toad
  • Flying Squirrel Toad
  • Mini Toad
  • Power Squirrel Toad


  • Amps
  • Ball 'n' Chain
  • Banzai Bills
  • Banzai Bill Blasters
  • Big Amps
  • Big Boos
  • Big Buzzy Beetles
  • Bill Blasters
  • Big Piranha Plants
  • Bloopers
  • Blooper Nannies
  • Bob-ombs
  • Bony Beetles
  • Boos
  • Boomerang Bros.
  • Bramballs
  • Broozers
  • Bulbers
  • Bullet Bills
  • Buzzy Beetles
  • Cannons
  • Goombas
  • Koopa Paratroopas
  • Koopa Troopas
  • Paragoombas



  • Super Mushrooms
  • Fire Flowers
  • Super Acorns
  • Ice Flowers
  • Mini Mushrooms
  • P-Acorns
  • Stars
  • Penguin Suits
  • Propeller Mushrooms
  • Mega Mushrooms


  • ! Switch
  • 1-Up Mushrooms
  • 3-Up Moons
  • 3-Up Moon Blocks
  • Barrels
  • Beanstalk
  • Berries
  • Blue Coins
  • Boost Blocks
  • Boost Stars
  • Brick Blocks
  • Cannon Pipes
  • Checkpoint Flag
  • Coins
  • Coin Blocks
  • Goal Pole
  • Green Coins
  • Green Rings
  • Question Blocks
  • P-Switches
  • Red Coins
  • Red Rings
  • Super Guide Blocks
  • Star Coins
  • Yoshi Eggs
  • Warp Pipes
  • Star Coins
  • Super Guide Blocks
  • Springboards

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