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Aneha Estate
Tree Fort Mountain
Within the tree trunk.

World:

World 2: Forest.

Difficulty:

★☆☆☆☆ (1/5, Easy)

Secret Exit?:

No.

Previous Level:

Mario the Pyromaniac.

Next Level:

Forest Star.

Stage Gimmicks:

Zinger enemy.

Enemies:

Thwomp, Podoboo, Zinger, Grinder.

Boss(es):

Boom-Boom.

Power-Ups & Items:

Super Mushroom, Fire Flower, Cape Feather

Demo(s):

Demo 6, Demo 6.5, Demo 7

Aneha Estate is the seventh level of the Forest. It was scrapped since Demo 7.5, replaced by The Cursed Mansion. A very simple forest-based fortress level.

Level overviewEdit

Begin by heading right, dodging Thwomps and grabbing the vines. Proceed further right, dodging the Podoboos to find a pipe. Go in to proceed.

You'll find yourself within a large tree trunk. Climb your way to the top using the ropes, dodging the Zingers in the meantime. At the end of this section, Spin Jump on the stationary Zinger to reach the pipe above.

Once out of the pipe, get the midpoint and proceed right. Dodge the Grinders and the Thwomp, then go in the door at the end to face off against Boom Boom.

Dragon CoinsEdit

The level has no Dragon Coins.

Asset Sources Edit

GraphicsEdit

In the outdoor segments, log graphics from the All-Stars version of Super Mario Bros. 2 are used for the foreground and one of the forest backgrounds from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island is used as the background.

In the tree log part, the log graphics from the outdoor segments are reused, but the tree background and the rope graphics are from Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble.

The Zingers use graphics from Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest.

MusicEdit

The music used in this level is the Castle theme from Super Mario World.

When fighting Boom-Boom, the music used is the normal boss theme, also from Super Mario World.

TriviaEdit

  • Using Cape Mario, you can skip the last section entirely.
  • The level is named after Hidetsugu Aneha, a former builder and architect, infamous for falsifying earthquake resistance data in several of the hotels and condominiums he built.

Names Edit

Japanese version English version English patch
あねはぶっけん (Aneha Bukken) N/A Tree Fort Mountain
Translation: Aneha Estate

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