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Super Mario Bros. 35 Course-Limited "Coin King" Special Battle announced for Nov. 27th, 2020

Cha-CHING!

The next Special Battle for Super Mario Bros. 35 kicks off on Nov. 27th, and runs until Nov. 30th, 2020. This time around, players will get to participate in a Coin King battle with limited courses. The goal is to nab as many coins as you can while running through the courses. The course lineup includes 5-1, 4-1, 1-2, 1-1, 3-1, 4-4, and 6-2.

Super Mario Bros. 35 "Star Dash" Special Battle announced for Nov. 20th, 2020

You're the star!

The next Special Battle for Super Mario Bros. 35 has been announced, and it kicks off Nov. 20th, 2020. For three days, players will be able to participate in the "Star Dash" special battle, which starts you off with a Super Star. With just 20 seconds on the clock, dash through enemies to gain more time and see how far you can make it! Courses featured include 1-1, 2-1, 2-3, 3-1, 3-2, 5-4, 6-2, 6-4, and 8-1. Some of the courses will also have more Super Stars than usual.

Super Mario Bros. 35 updated to Version 1.0.2

Standard bug fixes

Super Mario Bros. 35 has been updated to Version 1.0.2. Check out the patch notes for this update below.

General Fixes

- Fixed an issue where large numbers of enemies appearing on-screen would result in gameplay slowdown.
- Fixed an issue where, under certain conditions, players were unable to throw fireballs underwater.
- Fixed an issue where a special input would enable players to unlock unopened courses.
- Treasure chest coin pool amounts are now displayed during spectator mode.
- Adjusted the sound effect that plays as shells or other objects rapidly bounce back and forth within a single-block opening.
- Adjusted the speed-up timing of the countdown timer.
- Improved the overall gameplay experience.

Super Mario Bros. 35 Course-Limited Special Battle announced for Nov. 13th, 2020

Stay on course!

Nintendo has announced the next Special Battle for Super Mario Bros. 35. The event, which is a Course-Limited Battle, kicks off Nov. 13th and runs to the 16th. The stage lineup plays out in a very specific order, running 5-1 to 6-4.

Super Mario Bros. 35 "Showdown! Bowser's Castle Battle" Special Battle announced for Nov. 6th, 2020

So long, king Bowser!

The next Special Battle for the Nintendo Switch Online exclusive "Super Mario Bros. 35" (only available until March 31st, 2021) has been announced. Dubbed as "Showdown! Bowser's Castle Battle", the following courses will be featured in the event: 1-1, 1-4, 2-1, 2-4, 3-1, 3-4, 4-1, and 4-4. Take advantage of the Course Practice mode to prepare yourself for when the Special Battle begins on Friday, November 6th, 2020 at 9:00 CET. It will be taking place up until Monday, November 9th, 2020 at 8:59 CET.

A Special Battle based on darker stages is headed to Super Mario Bros. 35


Super Mario Bros. 35 Special Battle announced for Oct. 30th, 2020

All nighttime courses!

The next Super Mario Bros. 35 Special Battle will start on Oct. 30th, and it runs until Nov. 2nd, 2020. This battle is going to have a Halloween theme to it, so all stages will have a night setting. You'll start the game off with 100 coins, and the order of stages is as follows; 1-2, 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 4-2, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3.

Super Mario Bros. 35 Course-Limited Special Battle announced for Oct. 23rd, 2020

It's all about the money

Nintendo has announced the next Special Battle for Super Mario Bros. 35. The event, which is a Coin King Battle, kicks off Oct. 23rd and runs to the 26th. The stage lineup plays out in a very specific order, running 3-2, 3-1, 4-2, 1-2, 2-1, 5-2, 3-4, and 1-1. As you might have guessed, the goal in this Special Battle is to amass the most coins.

Players who reach Level 100 and hold L in Super Mario Bros. 35 will gain the option to play as Luigi

It turns out that Luigi is in Super Mario Bros. 35! However, it appears that only players who have reached Level 100 will be able to play as him. More information regarding how to play as Luigi is still coming out, but it appears that eventually playing as Luigi is as simple as holding down the L button during the match pairing screen!

Super Mario Bros. 35 players are noticing slight differences in stages when compared to the original Super Mario Bros.

Who can solve this mystery?

Super Mario Bros. 35 aims to replicate the original Super Mario Bros., but with a focus on online multiplayer. By and large, Super Mario Bros. 35 looks and plays pretty much like the original. It's not 100% spot-on though, as fans have noticed a few changes in stages.

As you can see in the image above, World 6-1 has had a very minor change implemented. For whatever reason, a single block has been removed from a set up steps, and that pushes the entire stage down by one "line." No one has any idea why this change was made. Seems a bit odd to revamp this section ever so slightly. Was it a mistake in the building process, or is there a specific reason that block was removed?

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