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Super Mario 3D Land II is an upcoming 3D platform game for the New Nintendo 3DS to be released on February 20, 2016 in North America, March 3, 2016 in Europe and Australia, and March 9, 2016 in Japan. It is the sixteenth title in the main Super Mario series, the seventh original 3D Mario title, and the eighth 3D Mario title overall. As the direct sequel to Super Mario 3D Land for the Nintendo 3DS, it is the indirect follow-up to Super Mario 3D World for the Wii U.
- World 1: Egg Island: A grassland area with mushroom hills and Yoshi's House.
- World 2: Layer-Cake Ruins: A desert world with various desserts, such as melting ice creams, giant cakes, a sea of sand with Moai-like statues, and a sphinx.
- World 3: Frosted Tundra: A snowy world that takes place at night filled with stars and constellations.
- World 4: Cotton Candy Clouds: A sky world resembling the foreground of levels in Meringue Clouds from New Super Mario Bros. U. A cloud train seems to separate this world from the next world.
- World 5: Mount Cocoa: A mountainous world with tall, pillar like mountains.
- World 6: Shimmering Waters: A tropical world with multiple islands, bubbling water geysers, and a sunken ship.
- World 7: Root Beer Jungle: A rainforest-esque world similar to the Forest of Illusion, with giant enemies and blocks, similar to Big Island.
- World 8: Bowser's Storm Castle: The eighth and final world. This world must be completed to beat the game.
- Special 1: Scrambled Egg
- Special 2: Layer-Cake Plains
- Special 3: Frosted Valley
- Special 4: Cotton Candy Skyway
- Special 5: Cocoa Cliffs
- Special 6: Beached Waters
- Special 7: Root Beer Woods
- Special 8: Rainbow Spaceway
References to other games
- Super Mario World: 3-Up Moons, Bony Beetles, Baby Yoshis, Sumo Bros., Thwimps, Torpedo Teds, Yoshi, and the Lose a Life theme return. When Mario reaches the haunted part of Root Beer Jungle, the screen fades into the submap similar to how it fades in and out in this game. Also, the world map is connected again and a ghost ship, similar to the Sunken Ghost Ship level, appears in this game. Most of the worlds are named after food again. Some of the world's features are found in Dinosaur Land (e.g. Frosted Tundra having jagged mountains or Root Beer Jungle being one-third based on the Forest of Illusion).
- Super Mario Galaxy: The music that plays in Rainbow Spaceway is the Star Festival theme from this game. Also, the music that plays in the beach levels is the Buoy Base Galaxy theme.
- Super Mario 3D Land: Being the direct sequel to this title, the gameplay is similar to this installment.
- Super Mario 3D World: Being the indirect follow-up to this installment, the gameplay is similar to this title.