Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo's favorite plumber and his new hat-shaped companion travel far beyond the Mushroom Kingdom in this Switch-exclusive 3D platformer.

Overview

Super Mario Odyssey is a 3D platformer developed by Nintendo EPD and published exclusively for Nintendo Switch worldwide on October 27th, 2017. After losing both Princess Peach and his trademark red cap during an attack by the evil Bowser, Mario teams up with a top hat-shaped creature named Cappy to pursue the wedding-planning villain across the globe and far beyond the boundaries of the Mushroom Kingdom.

1-UP Studio provided additional development support for the game.

Announcement

During the unveiling hardware concept trailer for the Nintendo Switch on October 20th, 2016, a very brief piece of footage was shown for a new Super Mario game. Later during Switch's reveal event on January 12th, 2017 the game was unveiled in full as Super Mario Odyssey, developed by Nintendo EPD Tokyo, and marketed as a direct successor to the Super Mario 64 lineage of big open space exploration platforming Mario games, opposed to the more tightly focused and smaller level-based titles of recent years in the Galaxy and Super Mario 3D World style of Mario games.

Kingdoms

Kingdom/LocationOverviewCollectiblesPicture

Cap Kingdom

Bonneton

A land of haberdashed dreams

31 Moons (Yellow)

50 Coins (Hat-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Cascade Kingdom

Fossil Falls

The last holdout of history

40 Moons (Yellow)

50 Coins (Stone Disks)

No Caption Provided

Sand Kingdom

Tostarena

Gateway to the stark beauty of the desert

89 Moons (Green)

100 Coins (Pyramid-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Wooded Kingdom

Steam Gardens

The world's most advanced greenhouse

76 Moons (Dark Blue)

100 Coins (Nut-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Lake Kingdom

Lake Lamode

The town both in and on a lake

42 Moons (Pink)

50 Coins (Scale-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Cloud Kingdom

Nimbus Arena

The archeological dig site in the clouds

9 Moons (Yellow)

N/A

No Caption Provided

Lost Kingdom

Forgotten Isle

Lively paradise surrounded by a sea of death

35 Moons (Yellow)

50 Coins (Leaf-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Metro Kingdom

New Donk City

The city that never leaps

81 Moons (Brown)

100 Coins (Portrait-stamped)

No Caption Provided

Snow Kingdom

Shiveria

The warmest community in the coldest land

55 Moons (Orange)

50 Coins (Snowflake-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Seaside Kingdom

Bubblain

The relaxing resort by the carbonated sea

71 Moons (Purple)

100 Coins (Shell-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Luncheon Kingdom

Mount Volbono

The bubbling burg that heats the meats

68 Moons (Light Blue)

100 Coins (Tomato-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Ruined Kingdom

Crumbleden

A grim reminder of past conflicts

10 Moons (Yellow)

N/A

No Caption Provided

Bowser's Kingdom

Bowser's Castle

The castle that walled off the sky

62 Moons (Red)

100 Coins (Oblong)

No Caption Provided

Moon Kingdom

Honeylune Ridge

The new frontier of lunar life

38 Moons (White)

50 Coins (Star Bit-shaped)

No Caption Provided

Mushroom Kingdom

Peach's Castle

The elegant heart of the kingdom

104 Moons (Star)

100 Coins (64-esque)

No Caption Provided

Dark Side

Rabbit Ridge

The last word in dedicated wedding planning

24 Moons (Yellow)

N/A

No Caption Provided

Darker Side

Culmina Crater

Every travelers final stop

1 Moons (Yellow)

N/A

No Caption Provided

Power Moons

No Caption Provided

Super Mario Odyssey’s main collectibles come in the form of Power Moons. Mario and Cappy need to collect these moons to power the Odyssey so they can continue their pursuit. There are more than 900 known moons scattered throughout the game’s seventeen stages. Some of these moons can only be collected after completing the stage’s main objectives or the main story.