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Super Mario Super Sword
Boxart (Wii U)
Developer(s) ALG Inc.
Publisher(s) Fantendo
Platform(s) Wii U, 3DS
Genre(s) 3D Adventure
Release Date(s)
October 15, 2013
Mode(s)
Single Player, Multiplayer
Age Rating(s)
E10Rating
Media Included Wii U Disc, 3DS Game Card
Super Mario Super Sword is a Mario game based off the Legend of Zelda series. It shares many similar items, areas, and plots.

Plot

Prolouge

Years before the game takes place, Queen Kariela, Peach's mother, rules peacefully over Mushroom Land and protects a sacred and powerful treasure, the Starforce. People of the kingdom who were power-hungry wanted it, and soon rumors spread about the relic. It got worse and worse until it got so bad, war broke out. The kingdom was nearly destroyed by the war. The queen tried her best to protect the Starforce, but the people's greed was too much, and she got killed by some power-hungry warriors. Peach, in a last ditch effort to save the kingdom from ruin, split up the Starforce into five Star Shards and hid them just in time for the citizens to see it wasn't in the castle, ending the war.

Main Story

Bowser has caused choas in Mushroom Land, searching for the Star Shards so he can take power for his own. Peach tasks Mario into finding each of the shards before Bowser does, and meets Stariana shortly after. The two contine through the Mushroom Kingdom, eventually finding a sacred sword called the Starry Sword. After he reunites all of the Star Shards and recreates the Starforce, he heads to the Great Cliffs, a large rock barrier that surronds an unknown land with a large thunder cloud over it. No one has ever crossed the wall, or have any ever tried to. Mario uses the Starforce to create a pathway through the large rocks that only he (and Stariana) and enter, leading to Bowser's Fiery Lands inside the rock barrier. After defeating him in an intense final battle, he returns to the Mushroom Kingdom, where he and Stariana go their sperate ways and Mario returns the Starry Sword to it's pedestal. Peach throws a festival over Mario's victory afterwards.

Gameplay

This is the first Mario game to feature swords. Mario can perform many of Link's moves, such as the Helm Splitter. Characters also play their role differently than in past Mario installments.

Swords

Mario gets 4 swords on his main quest, and can buy an addtional optional sword.

Name Description Where to Find

Training Blade

Training Blade

A Toad gives this to Mario when he is headed for Mushroom Plains. It is an average blade, but also the game's weakest. Mushroom Town

Mushroom Sword

Mushroom Sword

Peach gives this to Mario after he to ambushed by the Koopa Troop and Toads rescue him. It is much stronger than the puny Training Blade and causes twice as much damage. Mushroom Castle

Yoshi Sword

Yoshi Sword

Yoshi gives this to Mario after he saves Yoshi Village. It is twice as strong as the Mushroom Sword and also longer, makes enemy-fighting easier. Yoshi Village

Starry Sword

Starry Sword

Mario finds this weapon in the sacred Starry Temple. It is four times as strong as the Mushroom Sword and twice as powerful as the Yoshi Sword. It also has a longer blade. Starry Temple

Gold Sword

Gold Sword

A sword that is eight times as strong as the Mushroom Sword, four times as strong as the Yoshi Sword, and twice as strong as the Starry Sword. It also has a very long blade. This can be bought at the Secret Shop for 10,000 coins. Secret Shop

Characters

Playable

  • Mario
  • Luigi (Muiltplayer Only)

NPCs

  • Princess Peach
  • Princess Daisy
  • Toads
  • Yoshis
  • Donkey Kong
  • Diddy Kong
  • Bowser
  • Bowser Jr.

Bosses

Main Page: Super Mario Super Sword/Boss Battles

  • Giga Koopa (Flower Castle)
  • Power Pokey (Temple Ruins)
  • Tiki Tong Terror (Treetop Towers)
  • Blizzora (Snowpeak Temple)
  • Petey Piranha (Wario's Golden Mansion)
  • Bowser Jr. (Great Cliffs)
  • Bowser (Bowser's Stronghold)

Areas

Mushroom Kingdom

Sub Areas

  • Mushroom Castle
  • Mushroom Town
  • Mushroom Plains

Fortress

  • Flower Castle

Sasaraland

Sub Areas

  • Sasara Village
  • Pyrimad Castle
  • Buried Town
  • Temple Entrance

Fortress

  • Temple Ruins

Great Jungle

Sub Areas

  • Jungle Path
  • Yoshi Village
  • Kong's Hideout
  • Tower Gates

Fortress

  • Treetop Towers

Snowy Peaks

Sub Areas

  • Mountain Gates
  • Glacier Path
  • Snowy Village
  • Temple Grounds

Fortress

  • Snowpeak Temple

Golden Fields

Sub Areas

  • Big Old Gates
  • Stone Village
  • Wario's Grounds
  • Mansion Gates

Fortress

  • Wario's Golden Mansion

Mushroom Seas

  • Islands
  • Great Cliffs

Bowser's Fiery Lands

Fortress

  • Bowser's Stronghold

Items

Name Description Where to Find

HammerSMSS1

Hammer

Used to cause great damage to enemies and solve puzzles. Required for some bosses. Treetop Towers

Duel Grapple-Shots

Grapple-Shots

Each is found separately, and work like the Clawshots. They help Mario reach high places and bring things to him from afar.

1st: Temple Ruins

2nd: Snowy Village

Metal Boots

Metal Boots

Work like the Iron Boots. They make Mario very heavy and are critical for solving curtain puzzle and activating strong switches. Pyrimad Castle

Grappling Hook

Grappling Hook

Launches a hook that Mario can use to pull things with and even use the rope to swing across gaps. Snowpeak Temple

BowSMSS1

Bow

Can fire arrows at enemies. Flower Castle

BoomerangSMSS1

Boomerang

Mario can target 5 objects with this item and cut them down or can be used to damage enemies, can also hit moving targets. Jungle Path

Whipspear

Whipspear

An item that Mario can use very much like nunchucks, it has a spear at the end to damage enemies with. Wario's Golden Mansion

Magnofeet

Magnofeet

Work like a function from the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess's Iron Boots. Mario can walk on special walls and even upside down. Sasara Village

Digging Spikes

Digging Spikes

Let Mario dig in dirt batches, burrow underground, and dig through any surface or wall made of dirt. Mushroom Plains

Gallery

Main Page: Super Mario Super Sword/Gallery

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