Super Mario Maker Mystery Mushrooms, Costumes and Effects

By   /   Sep 11, 2015
Super Mario Maker

A guide on all the Mystery Mushrooms in Super Mario Maker and their corresponding effects.

The Mystery Mushrooms in Super Mario Maker allow you to change Mario’s appearance in the game.

Super Mario Maker Mystery Mushrooms

Costumes can be considered as power-up items in the sense that if Mario gets any damage, he will lose the costume. In addition to this, costume change is purely audio/visual change.

There are some Mystery Mushrooms which are already unlocked by default. The rest must be unlocked using Amiibo Figurines, completing the 100 Mario Challenge online, and completing these challenges on a higher difficulty.

This guide outlines all costumes in the game along with their effects:

  • Mystery Mushroom – Allows you to change Mario into a random unlocked costume.
  • Mario – Modern Mario with Mario 64 sounds.
  • Peach – Carries umbrella with SMB2 sounds.
  • Luigi – Waves hand with Luigi’s Mansion sounds and music.
  • Bowser – Growls and stomps with SMW and SMB music and sounds.
  • Goomba – Unlocked from the start.
  • Question Block – Unlocks from the start.
  • Trampoline – Unlocks from the start.
  • Toad – ‘Here I Go!’ sound when transforming.
  • Bowser Jr. – Evil laugh sound when transforming and clown car receives wheels while running.
  • Silver Mario – A glimmering and shining Mario.
  • Gold Mario – A glimmering and shining Mario.
  • Builder Mario – 8-bit version of Mario.
  • Yoshi – Change Mario into an egg with Yoshi’s Island music.
  • Shy Guy – Super Mario Bros. 2 sound effects, raises spear while taunting.
  • Wario – Wario Land sound effects while clearing or losing level.
  • Rosalina – Vocalizations when transforming, jumping and taunting.
  • Mario Bros. Mario – Mario’s sprite from the NES version of Mario Bros.
  • Shellcreeper – Koopa from the NES version of Mario Bros.; running or taunting angers it.
  • Sidestepper – NES version of Mario Bros.; running or taunting angers it.
  • Dr. Mario – Sound effects from the NES version of Dr. Mario.
  • Kart Mario – Super Mario Kart jingles when transforming, clearing or dying in a level; glider when jumping.
  • Waluigi – Yells when transforming.
  • Green Yarn Yoshi – A Yoshi design with checkered yarn design
  • Pink Yarn Yoshi – A Yoshi design with checkered yarn design
  • Light-Blue Yarn Yoshi – A Yoshi design with checkered yarn design
  • Giant Yarn Yoshi – A larger Yarn Yoshi.
  • Donkey Kong Jr. – Donkey Kong’s original sprite from Donkey Kong Jr.
  • Donkey Kong – Transforms, dies, and clears with Donkey Kong arcade music.
  • Diddy Kong – Sound effects from Donkey Kong Country.
  • Kirby – Transforms with Kirby transformation noise, dies and clears to Kirby’s Dreamland music.
  • King Dedede – Sound effects from Kirby’s Adventure game.
  • Meta Knight – Sound effects from Kirby’s Adventure game.
  • Pit – ound effects from the Kid Icarus game.
  • Palutena – Sound effects from the NES game.
  • Dark Pit – A copy of the Pit design.
  • Mega Man – Transforms into Mega Man with Mega Man sound effects.
  • Samus – Transforms into Varia Suit with Metroid sound effects.
  • Zero Suit Samus – Modern Metroid music and sound effects.
  • R.O.B. – Sound effects from Gyromite.
  • Marth – Transforms to classic Fire Emblem music.
  • Ike – Sound effects from original Fire Emblem games.
  • Lucina – Sound effects from original Fire Emblem games.
  • Robin – Sound effects from original Fire Emblem games.
  • Pikachu – Pikachu’s sprite from Pokemon DS games.
  • Charizard – Charizard’s sprite from Pokemon DS games.
  • Jigglypuff – Jigglypuff’s sprite from Pokemon DSgaames.
  • Mewtwo – Mewtwo’s sprite from Pokemon DS games.
  • Lucario – Lucario’s sprite from Pokemon DS games.
  • Greninja – Greninja from recent Pokemon games.
  • Olimar – Pikmin music and sound effects.
  • Pikmin – Pikmin music and sound effects.
  • Link – Classic Legend of Zelda music.
  • Zelda – ‘Get Item’ jingle when transforming; taunts turn into Sheik.
  • Ganondorf – Uses music from Link to the Past.
  • Sheik – ‘Get Item’ jingle when transforming; taunts turn into Zelda.
  • Tingle – Yells’Koloo-Limpah!’ when transforming.
  • Toon Link – Based on the Wind Waker design.
  • Shulk – Yells in Japanese.
  • Ness – Earthbound/Mother sound effects.
  • Lucas – Earthbound/Mother sound effects.
  • Inkling Squid – Splatoon sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Inkling Boy – Splatoon sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Inkling Girl – Splatoon sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Wii Balance Board – Designed after the Wii Fit mascot and balance board accessory.
  • Wii Fit Trainer – Transforms, dies, and clears to Wii Fit musical themes.
  • Foreman Spike – Uses Wrecking Crew sound effects.
  • Villager – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Tom Nook – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • K. K. Slider – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Mabel – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Resetti – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Rover – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Blathers – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Timmy & Tommy – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Kapp’n – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Celeste – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Kicks – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Isabelle – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Isabelle #2 – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Digby – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Cyrus – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Reese – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Lottie – Animal Crossing sound effects while transforming, level clear, and dying.
  • Captain Falcon – Uses sound effects from the original F-Zero game.
  • Mr. Game & Watch – Uses sound effects from other Mr. Game & Watch titles.
  • Sonic – Sound effects and music from Sonic The Hedgehog; rolls into a ball when running.
  • Duck Hunt – Uses Duck Hunt sound effects and jumps.
  • PAC-MAN – Sound effects from the original Pac-Man arcade game; original form when running.
  • Chibi-Robo – Sound Effects and music from the Chibi-Robo games.
  • Little Mac – Sound Effects and jingles from the Punch-Out! game.
  • Fox – Uses voice clips from the original Star Fox game.
  • Falco – Uses voice clips from the original Star Fox game.
  • Slippy Toad – Uses voice clips from the original Star Fox game.
  • Peppy Hare – Uses voice clips from the original Star Fox game.
  • Arwing – Uses voice clips from the original Star Fox game.
  • Mahjong Tile – Japanese sound effects while jumping, running, and taunting.
  • Dr. Lobe – Sound effects from the Big Brain Academy game.
  • Ashley – Vocalizations when transforming, jumping, taunting, and clearing a stage.
  • Nikki – ound effects from Nikki, the Swapnote Mii mascot for the Nintendo 3DS systems.

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