Delfino Plaza

Stage: Delfino Plaza Stage: Delfino Plaza

Game Series: Super Mario Bros.
Based upon: Super Mario Sunshine (2002)

Unlock Criterea:
  • Starting Stage

Stage Music:

  • Delfino Plaza - Super Mario Sunshine
  • Title / Ending - Super Mario World (Super Mario World)

 Details:

The Delfino Plaza stage is a moving stage in that you're on a platform for the majority of the stage, but get dropped off into various parts of Isle Delfino, all in prestine condition to bring back memories of your Summer Vacation on Isle Delfino

The level starts you off on the basic platform, moving through the Delfino Plaza from the sea. This Platform has two smaller platforms at higher levels. However, at various points on the tour of this you will stop off at various points in various orders. The first we'll cover is a small island just off of the main plaza. This island is just a small bit of land with a palm tree on it. As its surrounded by water, it gives you a little chance in order to save yourself by swimming if knocked downwards. Next, you'll go to a bit in the inner area of Delfino Plaza. This area has three platforms from the town, seperated by some water, again allowing for some decent recovery by swiming

Next up is the central square on the island. This square used to have a statue inhabiting it, but that has since been removed and gives you free movement. You're on one small platform, with some water to the left and right, again allowing for easy recovery. next you're on a roof just off of the square. Theres no water this time so you cannot be knocked down and the only way to knock someone out is through the sides and the sky

Next up is the area around the middle of the island by the fountain. This area again does not have any water surrounding it and requires you to knock off to the sides and sky. As there are stairs surrounding the middle, it gives you multiple levels from which you can fight. Next, you move up to the Shine Gate. As this is high up, if you fall down, you will die. There are extra paltforms on the side added from Mario Sunshine to give you more width in your battles

Next is another island. This island is even more sparatan than the first as its just an island. Once again surrounded by water, it gives you an added way to recover before falling to your doom. Finally, you go on to the green pillars just off the east of the island. These give you very small movement and are surrounded by water low down causing issues for recovery. The majority of the combat you'll have here is aerial

 
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