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American Box art of Super Mario Planet.
Developer(s) Play! Software Planning
Publisher(s) Nin10
Platform(s) Wii
Genre(s) Platform, Adventure
Release Date(s)
25px-Flag of Japan November 07, 2010
25px-Flag of USA November 08, 2010
25px-Flag of Europe November 10, 2010
25px-Flag of Australia November 11, 2010
Mode(s)
1 Player (main mode); 1-4 players (challenges)
Age Rating(s)
ERating 3Rating USK6 OFLC-G CERO A
Media Included Wii Optical Disc

Super Mario Planet is a sequel for Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Galaxy for the Wii console and was produced by Play! Software Planning. It was released in Japan in September 09, 2010, in America in September 14, 2010 and in Europe and Australia in September 16, 2010. It features a main mode and a challenge mode.

Story

Princess Peach invites Mario to come to her castle and have a cake she baked for them. When Mario arrives in Toad Town downtown, a group of worried Toads inform Mario about the kidnapping of Peach by Bowser and Bowser Jr.. They also tell Mario that the Koopas stole every single Power Star in the castle and hid them in different lands. A Lakitu appears and helps Mario by giving hints for him and recording his adventure.

Mario tries to get on the city, but the gate is locked. Mario looks for a key on the place and finds it in a Question Block. Mario gets on Toad Town and finds a letter in the ground. It seems to be from Bowser and says that he kidnapped Peach and he is keeping her in a place Mario will never find. There are two pictures attached in the letter: one shows Peach in a cage with Power Stars being guarded by Bowser and the other one shows Luigi and three Toads in a place similar to Peach's Castle. A Toad gives Mario a single Power Star that he hid from Bowser and Mario uses it to open a room to a world called Spike Meadows.

Mario finds more and more Power Stars scattered through the worlds, until he collects 100 of them, so he can finally find Bowser in Peach's castle. After passing his hardest obstacle course, the plumber jumps into a Warp Pipe and battles the king of the Koopas.

Upon defeat, Bowser leaves behind a giant and shiny Power Star and Princess Peach. Mario and Peach grabs the star and flies with it back to the Castle. There, the star goes to the stained glass window, as Mario, Peach and some Toads watch.

If Mario collects every Star Coin in the game, the cannon on the Castle's yard is unlocked and gets Mario to the rooftop. There, he finds three Toads — who give him 100 extra lives — and Luigi, who is now playable.

Gameplay

Controls

Super Mario Planet controls are similar to Super Mario Galaxy's, but some things were changed. The player uses the A button to jump, B to dash and move with the Control Stick. If the Wii Remote or the Nunchuck is shaken, Mario spins (however, in a similar fashion to New Super Mario Bros. Wii).

In addition to the control options, the player can use the D-Pad to move the camera and C to restore the original position. With 1 or 2, Lakitu appears in the right side of the screen and gives a tip about what Mario must do (similar to F.L.U.D.D. in Super Mario Sunshine).

Levels

The game features Toad Town as the main hub and Peach's Castle, as a secondary hub to secret courses and the challenge room that are unlocked with Star Coins. Three star coins are found in each level, sometimes located in hard places to reach and Warp Pipe areas or Coin Heavens. In Toad Town, the levels are found in different locations (such as a small ghost house to reach King Boo's Mansion or a giant beanstalk to reach Fuzzy Castle). There are also many shops scattered through the city. Mario can buy 1-Up Mushrooms, items or full his health meter in these shops.

There are fifty main worlds, each one containing six missions that has Power Stars as goal. If the player collects 90 Power Stars, the other uncompleted missions turn into optional, since only 90 are required to fight Bowser.

Items

Image Name Function
Coin NSMB2 Coin Are common and found in every course. 100 of them gives the player an extra life.
SilverCoinSM64R Silver Coin Are found in Silver Coin missions, where Mario must collect 100 of them to earn a Power Star.
StarCoin Star Coin Three of them are found in every level. They are required to unlock the Castle yard's cannon and minigames.
Rainbow Coin Rainbow Coin Rainbow Coins appear when Mario touches a Rainbow Ring. They will make a line and Mario must collect them all to get a Power-Up or an 1-Up Mushroom.
120px-1upmushroomNSMB2 1-Up Mushroom Gives Mario an extra life.
GreenShell Green Koopa Shell Mario can grab a green Koopa Shell to throw it at enemies or swim faster.
RedShell Red Koopa Shell Mario can get on them and surf to defeat enemies, climb slopes and pass through water or lava.
Rainbow Ring Rainbow Ring A white ring that causes Rainbow Coins to float down when it's touched.
StarPower Power Star Power Stars are the objective in every level. 100 of them are required to fight Bowser.

Power-Ups and moves

Mario can get powers by obtaining power-ups found in Question Blocks and sometimes, Brick Blocks. There are five available power-ups. Each power-up contains four moves.

Item Move Input Description
PropellerHelmet
Propeller Helmet
Upward Float Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck Mario floats up and slightly glides down.
Upward Boost Upward Float + Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck Mario floats even higher in a great speed.
Slash Landing Upward Float/Upward Boost + Z Mario floats fastly down and pounds the ground, causing a small earthquake.
Bubble Drift Z + Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck Mario jumps and spins, making an air bubble that can stun enemies and attract coins.
FireFlower
Fire Flower
Fireball Throw B Mario throws a fireball that bounces and can reflect when it touches a wall.
Fireball Foursome Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck Mario spins and throws four fireballs to different directions.
Backload Boil Z + Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck + B Mario loads a giant fireball that floats straight and can go through enemies and destroy blocks, but it vanishes when it touches a wall.
Burning Barrier Hold Z Mario is surrounded by a giant fireball, protecting him from enemies.
MegamushroomNSMB2
Mega Mushroom
Tornado Turn Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck Mario spins, causing a giant gust that stun enemies and attract coins.
Pow Pound A + Z Mario ground-pounds, causing an earthquake that defeats every enemy on the screen, similarly to a POW Block.
Downward Attack Z near an enemy Mario jumps and goes down, crushing the enemy.
Behemoth Barrage B + Control Stick Mario runs very fast and makes giant earthquakes, defeating enemies and dropping items.
NSMBWiiMiniMushroom
Mini Mushroom
Light Leap Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck while in midair Mario slightly spins, giving the player a change to jump again while in the air.
Runaway Rocket Z + A Mario gets surronded by a light that can defeat enemies and goes upwards.
Wall Climb Dash + touch a wall Mario can climb to walls for a short time.
Hurricane Hop Shake Wii Remote or Nunchuck + stop A small hurricane surrounds Mario, making him to float for some moments.
Star
Star
Double Jump A + A Mario somersaults and jumps higher.
Rainbow Roll Dash + B Mario turns into a rainbow-colored fireball that can roll incredibly fast and defeat every enemy he touches.
Rainbow Revocation B while Rainbow Roll Mario backs to his Invincible Mario form.
Rainbow Beam Hold B + stop Mario throws eight rainbow balls to different directions.

Characters

Playable characters

The game contains Mario and Luigi as playable characters. Before loading a file, the player must choose between the two, who will be the player's character until the player quits the game.

The Mario Bros. can perform different moves, such as backflips, spins or ground-pounds. Luigi is better with jumping moves, while Mario is better with moves involving strenght.

Image Character Description Vantages/Disvantages Unlocking Criteria
NsmbMario Mario Mario is a balanced character. He has a medium jump power and a great strength. Jump: 2/3
Strength: 3/3
Speed: 2/3
Already unlocked
NSMBWii Luigi Luigi Luigi is a light character. His skills are in jumping and running. Jump: 3/3
Strength: 1/3
Speed: 3/3
Collect every Star Coin in the game

Non-Playable Characters

Image Name Description
Peachy Princess Peach Princess Peach was kidnapped by Bowser. Once she is saved, she stays in the first room of the Castle.
Toad3DLand Toads Toads were locked in castle walls by Bowser. They are found in almost every room and give tips to Mario.
NSMBWiiUBowser Bowser Bowser kidnapped Princess Peach and keeps her in his sky castle. After he is defeted, he appears on the roof of Peach's Castle.
Bowserjr MP9 Bowser Jr. Bowser Jr. helps his father in his plan to kidnap Peach and stop Mario. He is the boss in two levels. In the end he stays on the top of the castle, like Bowser.
KoopaQuicknew Koopa the Quick Koopa the Quick is an orange Gargantua Koopa Troopa that races with Mario in some missions.

Enemies

Worlds

Regular worlds

There are 15 main worlds unlocked by collecting Power Stars.

Worlds
Spike Meadows
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Spike in the Summit The player must climb the mountain, and fight a large Spike in the summit. The player must avoid his spiked balls and jump onto his head three times.
2 Spiky Speedrun The player must reach the top of the mountain before Koopa the Quick.
3 Soaring in Sky Isles The player must use cannons to shoot through platforms and floating isles in the sky.
4 Silver Coin Hunt The player must collect all the 100 silver coins from the level.
5 Fire is the Key The player must get a Fire Flower and break a rocky passage to a cave.
6 Guard-Chomp Gateway The player must fight a giant Chain Chomp to open a gateway containing a Power Star.
Thwomp Tower
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Top of the Whomp King The player must get on the top of the tower, where he'll find Whomp King and battle him.
2 To The Tower Top The player must get on the top, passing through an obstacle course.
3 Thwomps' Cannon Ride The player must activate cannons and shoot Mario to hidden area in the tower.
4 Silver Coins in the Tower The player must collect 100 Silver Coins to get the Power Star
5 Star in Thwomp Corridor The player must enter a cage, where Thwomps will try to crush Mario. In the end, there is a Power Star.
6 Shoot to Sky Walls The player must use a cannon to shoot Mario through rocky walls and break them. In the end, there is a Power Star.
Blooper Booty Bay
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Booty in the Ship The player must firstly defear a Blooper guarding the entrance of a sunken ship with Fire Mario. Inside the ship, the player must open treasure chest in order with Koopa shells, causing the water to rise and Mario will be able to reach the Power Star.
2 Blooper Guard Romp The player must defeat every Blooper in the stage with Fire Mario.
3 Shell Chest Surprise The player must go inside a hidden grotto and collect a Koopa Shell, so, Mario can use it to open a treasure chest near the beach, which contains a Power Star.
4 One Silver Ship The player must collect 100 Silver Coins inside the sunken ship.
5 Pillar Problem The player must use a cannon to shoot Mario to a pillar, which leads him to other pillars, until he reaches the Power Star.
6 Turn Off the Jet Stream Inside the grotto, the player must get to the top of a sand mount inside it. There is a switch that can turn off the stream in the bay, where the Power Star is located.
Cooligan Playgrounds
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Slipin' and Slidin' The player must enter the house near the summit. Inside it, there's a long ice tube, which Mario can use to reach a Power Star.
2 Lost Cooligan The player must guide a lost Cooligan back to its group. Mario will be rewarded with a Power Star.
3 The Playground's Fastest Cooligan Inside the ice tube, the player must race against a Cooligan. If Mario wins, he will be rewarded with a Power Star.
4 Silver Coins in the Ice The player must collect all the 100 Silver Coins scattered in the mountain.
5 Snowball Striker The player must roll snowballs into an ice cave. A passage will be made and Mario will be able to reach the Power Star.
6 Straight Up, Mario Using the cannon, the player must guide Mario to a narrow upward corridor, that contains some obstacles.
King Boo's Mansion
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Brawl Against the Boos All the Boos in the mansion's first floor must be defeated. Then, the player must fight an enraged King Boo.
2 Spooky Merry-Go-Round A merry-go-round is located at the basement, and the player must defeat every enemy there. Mario will be rewarded with a Power Star.
3 Secret of the Haunted Library On the second floor, a door will lead Mario to a small library, where books shoot from the shelfs. In the end, the player will find a Power Star.
4 Haunted Silver Coins All the 100 Silver Coins in the mansion must be collected.
5 King Boo at the Balcony On the second floor, the player must reach the balcony, where King Boo is.
6 Eye on the Star On the second floor, the player will find Big Mr. I in a hidden room, only accessible with Mini Mario.
Koopa Kave
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Swimming Cheeps in Underground A giant Cheep Cheep is found in a lake in the cave and Mario must use it to reach the Power Star.
2 Elevator for Silver Coins The player have to look for 100 Silver Coins in an area in the cave, using platforms and blocks.
3 Mega Mario Can Break It The player must use Mega Mario to break a cage and be able to pass through a door inside it. The door will lead to a chamber, with a Power Star in the end.
4 Through the Bramble Maze Mario is in a maze area full of brambles. He must get to its end, where an elevator will lead him to the Power Star.
5 Emergency Cases In the bramble maze, the player must find a secret exit, and pass trough some fences to reach a small rocky platform, where the Power Star is.
6 Rock Rolls Near the rolling boulders, the player must guide Mario to the roof and get a hidden Power Star.
Lava Chomp Chambers
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Roast the Super Chomp Mario must go through some platforms above the lava, until he reaches an elevated mount, where he will fight a giant Chomp.
2 Fire the Chomps Mario must defeat every Chomp in the area and fight Super Chomp again.
3 Torch Fire Tackle Using a Fire Flower, the player must light the four torches in the level. The player can also light them with Fire Chomp fireballs.
4 Ropey Holdback The player must find a very long rope and climb it and avoid obstacles, while a fireball burns its end.
5 Up in the Volcano The player must go inside the volcano and climb it, until Mario reaches the Power Star.
6 Fire Up the Fuse Mario must be Fire Mario and burn a fuse near the volcano. This will cause the volcano to erupt and melt, revealing a Power Star.
Pokey Pyramids
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Trip of Quicksand Mario must go to the quicksand area and use some sinking sand platforms to reach the Power Star.
2 Mini Mario at the Pyramid With Mini Mario, the player must pass through a small way in the back of the pyramid. There will be a Power Star.
3 Inside the Pyramid The player must enter the pyramid and reach the top to get the Power Star. There are Thwomps, Pokeys and Venus Fire Traps.
4 Rising Sand Castle Inside the pyramid, the sand inside it will rise and the player must rush to reach the Power Star.
5 Silver Coins on the Sand 100 Silver Coins must be collected to form a Power Star.
6 Come to Pokey The player must find the secret entrance of the pyramid and fight a giant Pokey.
Cheep Cheep Coast
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Boarding Bowser's Sub The player must go to Bowser's sub, located at the second part of the level. There is a Power Star.
2 Chest for the Best Near the swirl, the player must open the four chests near it in order, using Koopa Shells.
3 Top Tightropes Near Bowser's Sub, the player must grab a tightrope in the ceiling and reach the end, where the Power Star is.
4 Super Swirl Switches Near the swirl, the player must press every switch near it. This will turn the swirl off and Mario will be able to collect the Power Star.
5 Pipes' Puzzle Near the area with the wind pipes, the Power Star will get in and out of the pipes. The player must collect it while it is out of them.
6 Mini Mario in the Vortex The player must collect a Mini Mushroom and enter a small Warp Pipe near the vortex. He will be warped to a hole under it and must get to the top to get the Power Star.
Freezie Frost Valley
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Frozen Freezie Statue To complete this mission, the player must climb the giant Freezie statue at the in the center of the area. There will be a Power Star on the top.
2 Frosty Battle with Freezie Near the statue, there's a moving ice platform, where a large Freezie is fought.
3 The Ice Pyramid Gets Warm With a Fire Flower, the player must melt some ice blocks in the ice pyramid area. There is a Power Star on the top.
4 Bouncing on the Pond The player must cross the cold pond by jumping onto a Cheep-Cheep and land on the other side. There is a Power Star.
5 Freezing Silver Coins The player must collect 100 Silver Coins in the cold lake. He must ride a red Koopa Troopa Shell to surf on it.
6 Igloo Blues The player must get inside the igloo and go through the small maze inside it to retrieve a Power Star.
Wiggler Wetlands
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Wiggling Battle The player must reach the small island near the pond. There, a giant Wiggler will be fought.
2 Tree Top Task There are trees surrounding the level, and Mario must climb them. On the top, there is a Power Star.
3 Wiggly Romp Every Wiggler in the level must be defeated. Mario will be rewarded with a Power Star.
4 Poison Prize The player must go to the poison lake and rush to the Power Star under the lake.
5 Silver Coins Under the Waters Rising the water, Silver Coins will appear in the stage. They must be collected.
6 Pound the Mega Trunk! The player must get a Mega Mushroom and pound a giant trunk in the level. If the trunk is pounded enough, the Power Star will appear on it.
Rockface Ridge
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Ridge Climber Mario must climb the mountain. He will find a Power Star on the top.
2 Buggy Cage Near the summit, the player must use some Scuttle Bugs to reach a cage and get the Power Star.
3 Frisking Fungi Near the beginning of the mountain, the player must go through some bouncing mushrooms and Mario will be led to a Power Star.
4 Rolling the Rock Tube The player must go through a secret passage in the mountain that leads to a long sliding tube. Mario must slide on it, while avoiding boulders that roll on it.
5 Bill Bouncing to the Power The player must bounce on Bullet Bills, shot from some Bill Blasters, near the middle of the level. Mario must go high enough until he reaches a Power Star.
6 Mushroom Aways Using a cannon, the player must blast onto some bouncy mushrooms, very away from the mountain. There is as Power Star.
Mini-Mega Ocean
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Mario and Super Piranha Plants Using a Mega Mushroom, the player must defeat the Super Piranha Plant in the mega side of the island.
2 Mini-Land, Spike Mayhem In the mini side of the island, the player must use a Mini Mushroom to cross a lake. On the other side, the player must avoid a Spike's spiked balls to retrieve a Power Star.
3 The Mega Speedrun The player must reach the top of the mountain in the Mega side of the island before Koopa the Quick.
4 Hidden in the Tiny Pond With a Mini Mushroom, the player must reach the pond near the summit and enter a tiny hole on it. Inside it, there is an underwater area that must be passed, so Mario can obtain the Power Star
5 Silver Caverns The player must use a Mega Mushroom to break a rocky formation blocking an entrance to a cave. Inside the cave, the player must collect 100 Silver Coins to obtain a Power Star.
6 Temper Tantrum with Porcu-Puffer At the mega side of the island, the player must ground-pound the lake on the top of the mountain. This will reveal a passage to a room, where a giant Porcu-Puffer is fought.
Bob-ombs' Clockworks
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Conveyor Cages Near the middle of the stage, the player must use a conveyor belt to enter a cage and get a Power Star.
2 Spinning and Spinning The player must go through the entire tower. In the end, the player can see a narrow corridor with some pendulums blocking the way. They must spin a switch to spin the pendulums and reach the other side of the corridor. There is a Power Star.
3 Amps and Gears The player must get near the biggest gear in the level and cross it to reach the Power Star.
4 Timed Platter Crossing The player must go to the small gears area and climb it. They will reach an area with moving platforms and blocks. A Power Star is located near the place.
5 Silver Coins Among the Gears The 100 Silver Coins must be collected.
6 Make the Gears Work The player must go to the very end of the tower and turn a switch on, causing a Power Star to appear, as well as make every gear in the stage spin, and create more enemies and platforms. Then, he or she must go through small gears until the start of the tower, where the Power Star is located.
Fuzzy Castle
# Episode Title Power Star
1 Skyway Airships The player must use the wooden platform until Mario reaches an airship. There is a Power Star.
2 To the Celestial Castle Using the wooden platform, the player must go ahead until a castle appears. There, the platform pass through some obstacles until the ceiling, where a Power Star is.
3 100 Silver Coins in the Mix-Up Maze Near the middle of the level, there's a maze with 100 Silver Coins. If the player manages to collect them all, they are rewarded with a Power Star.
4 That Beanstalk Down There While on the first platform, the player must go back, revealing a Question Block with a Beanstalk and ground-pound it. This Beanstalk guides Mario to an area with moving platforms.
5 Drop onto Donut Lifts Near the maze, there are some Donut Lifts. Causing them to fall reveals a passage made of Donut Lifts, with a Power Star in the end.
6 Fuzzy Flashing Over the Rainbow On the top of the maze, there is a cannon. It can be used to reach a cloud under a rainbow with a Power Star on it. Some Fuzzies will move in lines and block the way.

Secret Stars

In addition to the regular world Power Stars, there are six red Power Stars that can be obtained in special levels inside Peach's Castle.

# Episode Title Power Star
1 Castle's Steel Slide In a room at the right side of the first floor, the player can enter an iron slide. Reaching the end reveals a Power Star.
2 Cheep-Cheeps in the Castle In Blooper Booty Bay's room, the player must enter a hole above the aquarium to get inside it. There is a Warp Pipe that leads Mario to a bigger aquarium with a Power Star on the bottom.
3 Fire Flower Furnace By performing a ground pound on the carpet in the main room, Mario is led to a volcano, where he must grab a Fire Flower and pass through some enemies in a chamber.
4 Mini Mushroom Mix Outside the castle, the player must find a hidden Question Block with Question Switch on it. This Question Switch makes a Warp Pipe appear and lead Mario to an area made of colorful blocks with a Mini Mushroom. The player must travel until the end to get a Power Star.
5 Mega Mushroom Melancholy In the second floor, the player must punch a cracked part of the wall, revealing a Warp Pipe. Entering it, Mario finds an underground area with Mega Mushrooms and treadmills. The back wall will move foward and the player must use the Mega Mushrooms to break Brick Block walls and reach the Power Star.
6 Mario's Rainbow Run In the third floor, the player must find a hidden Question Block with a Beanstalk in it. The beanstalk leads Mario to a sky area with rainbow tile trails. Mario must have a Propeller Helmet to float from small platforms in this level.

Koopa Battle Levels

These levels are individual levels where Bowser Jr. or Bowser is fought in the end to get a key or the giant Power Star, respectively.

# Episode Title Description
1 Bowser Jr. in the Dark Void This level is set in a dark area made of elevating rocks and bridges. The background shows an enormous black void. Bowser Jr. is fought here. To beat him, Mario must use a Hero Car to push him against electric fences.
2 Bowser Jr. in the Lava Valley This level is set in a lava area with fire-based enemies and rocks. The background shows a night sky with lava dropping from a giant planet over the place. The battle is similar to Bowser Jr. in the Dark Void's.
3 Bowser in the Sky This level is set in a nighttime sky area showing a full moon, stars and clouds. It's two times longer than the other courses. In the end, Mario fights Bowser, and his fight similarly to Bowser's castle boss part in Super Mario Bros.. There's also a second level, where Bowser gets giant and Mario must use a Hero Car to climb a Tower and press an yellow ! Switch.

Bosses

  • Spike
  • Whomp King
  • King Boo
  • Wiggler
  • Freezie
  • Porcu-Puffer
  • Bowser Jr.
  • Bowser

Challenge Room

As Star Coins are collected, the player opens new challenges. Mario's challenges involve various themes, Luigi's involve collecting objects, Bowser Jr.'s involve cards and luck and Bowser involve unfair games.

References to other games

  • Super Mario Bros.: The athletic theme (used mainly in slides) is a remix of Super Mario Bros.'s main theme. Also, the platform room in Koopa Kave is fomed by walls showing sprites from the game. There are also some sprites in Rockface Ridge's slide. A sprite of Mario and Bowser are seen carved in pillars before Bowser's final battle. The selection screen contains a Mario or Luigi sprite on it and the first level of Bowser's battle is similar to this game's.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3: The Ice Land theme from this game is seen in the "Freezie Frost Valley" mission selection screen.
  • Super Mario World: Fuzzies and Munchers return from this game. The Chocolate Island background is used in Mini-Mega Ocean, along the game's overworld theme.
  • Super Mario 64: Super Mario Planet is a sequel of this game.
  • Paper Mario: The worlds can be accessed in different parts of Toad Town, like this game.
  • Mario Party series Bowser references "having parties" in his letter.
  • Super Mario Sunshine: Island Delfino is referenced by a Toad in Peach's Castle.
  • Super Mario Galaxy: The green Koopa Troopa shell item is used in a similar way. Power Stars and Airships return with a similar look. The health meter used in this game is similar to the one in Super Mario Galaxy.
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii: Propeller Mushrooms and White-Green Checkered Blocks return. The graphics are similar to the graphics from this game. Also, the main theme is a remix of this game's overworld theme.


Play! Software Planning
Wii Games B.O.T.Molecule StorySequenceSuper Mario Planet
Nintendo 3DS Games 3DS Café3DS Music3DS Party3DS Play3DS Tennis3DS WorldB.O.T.
Wii U Games Stumped QuestWario World U

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