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A galaxy composed of several small planetoids and a massive battle station.
Where Mario first meets Yoshi on his travels across the cosmos.
The first place where Mario discovers the Spin Drill.
A galaxy that introduces the Cloud Flower, which turns Mario into Cloud Mario.
Here, each spin flips platforms back and forth, eliminating old paths while creating new ones.
The first galaxy that introduces multiple flipping gravity fields.
A fiery fortress where Bowser Jr. holds the first Grand Star.
A system of wooden blocks and boards, infested by buzz saws and mandibugs.
This galaxy shoots into the sky, promising incredible rewards to heroes without a fear of heights.
A galactic quarry where Mario first discovers the Rock Mushroom.
Splash down in this galaxy to swim with the penguins and discover a series of Power Stars.
A galaxy that's home to Fluzzard, a shy but speedy bird.
The first place where Mario discovers the Bee Mushroom.
Bowser has set up his front line of defenses at the edge of this galaxy.
A galaxy that grows a fun fruit: the Blimp Fruit, which gives Yoshi the power of flight.
Mario will jump across cymbal-shaped planetoids and ride wind currents across empty space in this galaxy.
This creepy galaxy is where Mario first harvests the Bulb Berry.
Shivers and chills abound in this frozen corner of space.
When Mario lands in this artful galaxy, he is immediately given the Power Star, but it's locked inside a sphere.
Mario has to jump to the beat in this musical galaxy.
Here Bowser Jr. has a mighty pirate fleet which he unleashes to slow Mario down.
Composed of planets and enemies from previous adventures, but everything has been gigantic-sized.
A galaxy that has fun with the pull of gravity, where Mario must use grates to flip back and forth between the sides of the planets.
A galaxy that looks like a wonderful place to vacation.
A galaxy out in deep space where Chomps just roll off an assembly line.
Mario will indulge his sweet tooth in this galaxy made of cookies and cakes.
The Queen Bee holds court high above this galaxy.
Bowser lurks here, perfecting his schemes in the heart of his flying castle.
This galaxy is a collection of derelict battle stations and Pull Stars.
This parched galaxy is a dangerous desert loaded with challenges like a giant sand slide and rolling Rhomps.
A system of polar opposites: one second it's a lava lake, the next it's a glassy sheet of ice.
This haunted galaxy is home to a whole host of Boos.
A funhouse of gravity, where down is up and up is down.
While clutching Fluzzard's talons, Mario must soar to the finish line of this galaxy.
Here, Mario has to fight his way to Bowser Jr.'s last stand and defeat his latest invention, the Boomsday Machine.
Magmaws and Magmaarghs erupt from the lava-soaked worlds of this galaxy.
A galaxy where Mario must dive into empty holes to avoid getting smashed by rolling wheels.
Longtime Mario fans will recognize this galaxy - it's the pyramid from Super Mario 64.
A series of planets, all infested with enemies from previous galaxies.
Darkness reigns in this spooky galaxy, but every few seconds, lightning crackles across the sky.
Mario has to grab a shell and dive into this underwater obstacle course.
If Mario can survive the trap-loaded defenses and Magmaargh minions here, Bowser will challenge him to a final showdown.
A galaxy that's shaped like classic Mario from his 8-bit adventures.
A galaxy modeled after one of Mario's favorite karting tracks.
The planets in this galaxy are spinning blocks that never slow down.
A galaxy that features an extremely tough planet from Super Mario Galaxy.
This galaxy is a rogue's gallery of bosses from the first Super Mario Galaxy.
In this galaxy, Mario must spin to swap colorful blocks, creating a series of walls to jump up.
Precise jumping, perfect landings, and smart use of power-ups are required to reach the end of this galaxy.
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