March 10, 2023
Like any good video game, Super Nintendo World has a story. As soon as you step through the warp pipe and into the land, your job is to get back the golden mushroom that Bowser Jr. took from Princess Peach’s castle.
Find keys all over the land to finish your mission. Playing a series of games that you can control will help you do this. You can choose from four games, and you have to win three of them before you can fight Bowser Jr. in his lair.
If you can beat Bowser Jr., the golden mushroom will go back to the person who should have it, and you’ll be the winner. In every game, you’ll have to fight enemies like Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Piranha Plant, and Thwomp.
Some can be done by yourself, while others are easier to do with a group. In Super Nintendo World, you can do more than just finish these “key challenges.” Almost everything you see is meant to be looked at or played with, and all of these things can help you get stamps that will raise your score.
You can get a stamp by meeting Mario and Luigi, punching a pow block, or getting the highest score in Mario Kart. To get coins and stamps, take part in key challenges, and keep track of your score in the land, you’ll need to buy a Power-Up Band.
Power-Up Bands can be bought at kiosks in the land, as well as at Super Nintendo World stores in the park and at CityWalk. There are six designs to choose from, and each band costs $40. Depending on the character you choose, your “team” in the land will be different. Everyone who is playing Power-Up Bands that day and has the same design as you is now on your team.
You can see how your team does compared to other teams on the scoreboards or in the app. You don’t need a Power-Up Band to enjoy the land, but it is definitely worth the money if you want to get the most out of it and compete with your friends and family to see who can get the highest score.