Super Mario Bros. Wonder is a new platform video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It is the first traditional side-scrolling Super Mario game since New Super Mario Bros. Youth (2012). The game received critical acclaim.
About the Super Mario Bros. Wonder Soundtrack
The game features a dynamic level design, with interactive level recordings that can be moved or changed in-game behavior.
As part of one of the eight-player stories which includes: Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Toad, Toadette, Nabbit, and Yoshi players complete the Floo in the Fluffy Kingdom with the aid of their flower-like sphere.
Each stage includes several collectible “Wonder Seeds”. Power-ups include a fruit that turns the player into an elephant, a flower that rewards the player for creating a magpie that captures enemies, and a monster that gives the new player a coveted hat that lets them leave and allow automobiles into the ground or roof.
Who is the Composer of Super Mario Bros. Wonder Soundtrack
Koji Kondo: It is Koji Kondo and Japanese composer, pianist, and sound director for Nintendo, Kiho’s significant contribution to the Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda series.
However, he also composed some of the game’s music himself. Surprisingly, he acted as sound director and was responsible for the final decision on the sound’s approach and its quality.
Shiho Fuji: Shiho Fuji is a Japanese video game and composer who works for Nintendo. It is known as 藤井志帆 Fuji Shiho). She joined Nintendo in 2007 and composed some of the titles in Nintendo ED, such as the New Super Mario Bros. series, Super Mario Bros. Wonder, and the Splatoon series.
Chisaki Shimazu: Chisaki Shimazu is a Japanese video game composer who works for Nintendo. Including Super Mario Bros. Wonder She has contributed to the music of several Nintendo games
Super Mario Bros. Wonder Original Soundtrack
Here is the full list of songs featured in this video game:
- Prologue Title Song: Prologue Title Song This is the song that plays during the game’s opening sequence instead. It generally introduces the game’s story and sets the stage for the adventure to come.
- Prologue: Welcome to the Flower Kingdom!: Pipe-Rock is the first course of Operation, and after that, there is the first course of Super Mario Bros. Wonder. It is charged at the beginning of the game, and its entirety is deployed at “Piranha Plants on Parade”. The course features a Star Tour and includes two Wonder Seeds.
- World 1: Pipe-Rock Plateau: Pipe-Rock Plateau is the starting world in Super Mario Bros. Wonder. This world will teach you several core gameplay mechanics that you will need to master in order to defeat King Bowser. Pipe-Rock Plateau consists of over 15 courses.
Super Mario Bros. Wonder Soundtrack also includes:
- Overworld Theme
- Athletic Them
- Underground Theme
- Wonder Flower: Course Mania
- Course Clear!
- Wonder Flower: Superstar
- Course Clear!
- Forest Theme
- Wonder Flower: Piranha Plants on Parade
- Savanna Theme
- Wonder Flower: Bulrush Stampede
- Wonder Flower: Going Up!
- Wonder Flower: Spikey Dance Number
- Wonder Flower: Floating through Space
- Palace Theme
- Wonder Flower: Shadow Mario
- Bowser Jr. Battle
- You Got a Royal Seed!
- Royal Seed Destroys Piranha Cloud
- Petal Isles
- Beach Theme
- Underwater Theme
- Beach Theme
- Wonder Flower: Perspective Shift
- Wonder Flower: Jump! Jump! Jump!
- Airship Appears
- Airship Theme
- Airship Boss Battle
- World 3: Shining Falls
- Shining Falls Trials Theme
- World 4: Sunbaked Desert
- Desert Theme
- Ninji Jump Party
- Wonder Flower: Ninji Disco
- Wonder Flower: Desert/Volcano Mania
- World 5: Fungi Mines
- Fungi Mines Theme
- Pull up for precise seeking
- Wonder Flower: Pumpkin Party
- Wonder Flower: Time for a Quiz!
- Wonder Flower: Wubba Mario
The full Soundtrack of the video games is available on YouTube where you can listen to the full list:
Prologue Title Song
Prologue: Welcome to the Flower Kingdom!
Sound director of Prologue by Koji Kondo and composers include Koji Kondo, Shiho Fuji, Sayoko Doi, and Chisaki Shimazu.
World 1: Pipe-Rock Plateau
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Super Mario Bros. Wonder Soundtrack
The game introduces the Wonder Flower, which triggers bizarre effects such as pipes coming to life, hordes of enemies spawning, and changes to character appearance and abilities. Effects end when a player grabs a Wonder Seed or leaves the area of effect.
A new feature allows players to equip badges, which are unlocked throughout the game and grant different perks.
They are divided into three different types: Action Badges, which grant the player character an additional ability, Boost Badges, which grant the player character an additional passive ability, and Expert Badges, which grant the player a Provide an additional capacity. Gives the character an advanced skill.
The game supports local multiplayer for up to four players. It also has some online multiplayer functionality.