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    Red Mushroom House Guide by M0b1us11235

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    New Super Mario Bros. Wii
    
    Red Mushroom House Guide
    
    ~~ v1.1 - 11/22/2009 - by: M0b1us11235 (with various contributors) ~~
    
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    Table of Contents:
    
    0.0     About this guide.
    1.0     How to get the Red Mushroom House.
    2.0     About the card matching game.
    3.0     The items.
    4.0     The boards (description).
    4.1     The boards (board determining serial #).
    4.2     The boards (detailed view).
    5.0     Credits.
    5.1     Tips on providing feedback (how to get the board data easily).
    5.2     Copyright.
    6.0     Changes log.
    
    
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    0.0 About this guide.
    
    First a big thanks to those who have contributed the various game boards.
    With that help, I have compiled all of the data into a guide that I hope
    will be a big help to new (and maybe also experienced) players in the game.
    
    I wrote this guide to aid players in maximizing the benefits of the Red
    Mushroom Houses' card matching game.  A favorite way to stock up on items
    in Super Mario Bros. 3 for NES, this game returns to assist players in the
    New Super Mario Bros. Wii (which has MANY themes and ideas taken directly
    from SMB3).  This is my first public publishing.
    
    After publishing this guide, it has come to my attention that a few ideas
    About the game boards database is different than originally thought.  First
    of all, there appears to be far more than the original 8 that I had found.
    However, the reason for this was the second discovered feature.  I had been
    replaying same areas several times (mainly a certain level in world 1) just
    because it was easier to rescue Toad very quickly.  I later confirmed, by
    reviewing the many submissions of newly discovered boards, that rather than
    having one database for the entire game, each world appears to have its own
    database of boards.  Those boards are specific to that world and not found
    elsewhere.
    
    It appears that the boards are coming from a database and not random.  The
    mathematical odds of having the same board even come up once are so small
    if it were random, and I’ve had several people give me duplicate boards,
    that it must be a small quantity of boards per world.  (Additionally, some
    of those contributors have replayed areas many times in attempt to locate
    new boards but kept getting repeats after about 6 unique boards per world.)
    
    In an effort to make finding your board as easy as possible, I’ve developed
    a “serial #” system for the boards (explained later in section 4).  While I
    have identified a “safe zone” for finding which board you were given, it
    may only narrow your search to a few boards (also explained more later in
    section 4).
    
    
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    1.0     How to get the Red Mushroom House.
    
    When you complete a level in which you saved Toad, the ones place value of
    your time determines which mushroom house is your reward.
    
    0-2 = Green (1-UP canon game)
    3-6 = Red (18 card flip game)
    7-9 = Yellow (chest containing a Star)
    
    
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    2.0     About the card matching game.
    
    This mini-game looks just like the one in Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES), with
    the fence climbing features of Super Mario World (SNES).  There is a slight
    differences to the rules however.  In this matching game, you do not have
    to match the same cards and memorize where things are at.  However, just
    like the original, if you "miss twice" then your game ends.  Also unlike
    the original, each entry into the mushroom house starts a new game.  The
    advantage here is that you don't earn the game only to pick up where you
    left off, which could be as little as 2 items.  And best of all, your cards
    stay flipped over when you select them.  Why is it a matching game then?
    In this game you're flipping as many cards as you can and getting the item
    displayed when you make a match.  Because of this change, the difference on
    "missed matches" is no longer flipping two cards that do not match, but
    instead finding one pair of Bowser cards.  Although the bad news is that
    there are two sets of Bowser cards, the good news is that they are both
    Baby Bowser and his father King Bowser.  This means that flipping two
    Bowser cards doesn't end your turn if they are father and son.
    
    
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    3.0     The items.
    
    For 18 cards that you are turning, there are 9 possible items.  Either two
    or three of the items will have a duplicate match. Some items such as the
    star are not duplicated.  This results in giving you two or three single
    items and two or three individual items per game, for a total of five items.
    Stars are rarer, and in some worlds the boards focus on giving a certain
    item more.  Additionally, there are restrictions in the early part of the
    game.  You can not get Mini-Mushrooms until world 2, or Penguin Suits until
    world 3, as these are the worlds where they are first encountered.
    
    Super Mushroom
    Mini-Mushroom
    Fire Flower
    Ice Flower
    Propeller Cap
    Penguin Suite
    Star
    Baby Bowser
    King Bowser
    
    
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    4.0     The boards.
    
    Not all boards are available in all parts of the game.  For example, world
    2 (the desert world) was the first time that the Mini-Mushroom becomes
    available, and the Penguin Suite not until world 3 (the ice world). Also
    keep in mind that there was no order to these in my guide, other than the
    order of submission or discovery.  The boards appear to be world specific.
    If you replay a certain area several times and save Toad enough, you will
    begin seeing duplicates for boards from that world rather quickly.
    
    As with the original game (SMB3), looking at specific tiles will allow you
    to quickly figure out which board you've been given. See the “board serial
    #” area for details.
    
    Guaranteed safe spots?
    
    What was once thought to be possible has now been confirmed that although
    certain tiles are far less likely to contain a Bowser tile, only the 4th
    tile on row 1 has been constantly safe. (IMPORTANT NOTE: 5 boards of world
    8 DO BREAK THIS RULE! The others don’t.) However, the boards I have been
    given for review, turning over all but the 2nd tile in row 1 may reveal up
    to two Bowser cards but they rarely match. This means that you can flip
    cards 1 and 3-6 safely (over 80% of the time or nearly 5 out of 6 times).
    This is the safest method I have come up with. If you find a safer method,
    please let me know.
    
    YY - NN - YY - YY - YY – YY
    ## - ## - ## - ## - ## - ##
    ## - ## - ## - ## - ## - ##
    
    ITEM KEY:
    SM = Super Mushroom
    MM = Mini-Mushroom
    FF = Fire Flower
    IF = Ice Flower
    PC = Propeller Cap
    PS = Penguin Suite
    ST = Star
    BB = Baby Bowser
    KB = King Bowser
    
    
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    4.1     The boards (board determining serial #).
    
    As described above regarding the safe cards to flip, turn over all but card
    2 in the first (top) row. The serial numbers listed below are in alphabetic
    order for ease in finding your current board.
    
    Row 1: cards 1 – 6          = Board #.
    BB - ## - FF - FF - PC - KB = 5
    BB - ## - FF - FF - PC - PC = 19
    BB - ## - FF - FF - PC - PC = 3
    BB - ## - FF - SM - ST - PC = 28
    BB - ## - KB - MM - MM - PS = 17
    BB - ## - KB - MM - ST - PS = 27
    BB - ## - PC - FF - ST - ST = 54
    BB - ## - PS - FF - KB - PC = 56
    BB - ## - PS - PC - BB - PS = 14
    BB - ## - PS - PC - ST - PC = 15
    FF - ## - PC - BB - IF - PS = 50
    FF - ## - PC - KB - IF - PS = 51
    FF - ## - PC - KB - MM - IF = 49
    IF - ## - FF - FF - PC - BB = 8
    IF - ## - FF - IF - ST - IF = 12
    IF - ## - FF - MM - KB - IF = 43
    IF - ## - FF - MM - PS - PC = 24
    IF - ## - FF - SM - KB - BB = 2
    IF - ## - IF - MM - PS - PC = 45
    IF - ## - KB - MM - BB - IF = 6
    IF - ## - KB - PS - MM - PS = 25
    IF - ## - PS - PS - MM - IF = 7
    KB - ## - BB - IF - PS - PC = 11
    KB - ## - BB - MM - KB - PC = 31
    KB - ## - BB - PC - IF - PC = 37
    KB - ## - FF - IF - PS - PC = 13
    KB - ## - FF - PC - BB - PS = 10
    KB - ## - FF - PC - MM - PS = 18
    KB - ## - IF - MM - PS - PC = 44
    KB - ## - IF - PC - KB - FF = 34
    KB - ## - IF - PS - FF - PC = 29
    KB - ## - MM - PC - FF - BB = 36
    KB - ## - MM - PC - FF - BB = 46
    KB - ## - PC - IF - IF - MM = 30
    KB - ## - PC - IF - MM - PC = 39
    MM - ## - KB - BB - MM - IF = 47
    MM - ## - KB - IF - ST - PC = 9
    MM - ## - KB - ST - MM - PS = 48
    MM - ## - PC - BB - IF - IF = 52
    MM - ## - PC - MM - ST - PC = 20
    PC - ## - BB - IF - IF - PC = 40
    PC - ## - BB - IF - MM - MM = 41
    PC - ## - FF - PC - PS - BB = 35
    PC - ## - IF - FF - KB - PC = 1
    PC - ## - IF - SM - KB - PC = 4
    PC - ## - KB - IF - BB - KB = 22
    PC - ## - MM - PC - PS - FF = 33
    PC - ## - MM - PS - KB - PC = 32
    PC - ## - PC - MM - BB - PC = 21
    PC - ## - PC - PC - MM - MM = 38
    PS - ## - BB - FF - MM - PC = 58
    PS - ## - BB - ST - MM - PC = 53
    PS - ## - FF - FF - MM - PS = 23
    PS - ## - PC - FF - ST - PC = 57
    PS - ## - PC - ST - KB - ST = 55
    PS - ## - PS - FF - BB - PC = 16
    PS - ## - PS - FF - KB - PC = 42
    ST - ## - PS - PC - BB - PS = 26
    
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    4.2     The boards (detailed view).
    
    Here is the detailed listing of each board. Use the listings above to get
    an idea of which boards to review in this section. Additionally, below each
    board is a listing of what items it contains (based on the order in your
    item box in the game). These boards are in no specific order other than the
    order that they were processed.
    
    ITEM ORDER (same as your item box): SM + FF + PC + IF + PS + MM + ST
    
    PC - PC - IF - FF - KB - PC
    FF - KB - FF - SM - IF - BB
    IF - BB - SM - PC - FF - IF
    Board #1 (count: 1 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 0) = World: 1
    
    IF - PC - FF - SM - KB - BB
    SM - IF - PC - KB - IF - PC
    FF - BB - IF - PC - FF - FF
    Board #2 (count: 1 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 0) = World: 1
    
    BB - IF - FF - FF - PC - PC
    FF - KB - PC - SM - IF - BB
    IF - PC - SM - KB - FF - IF
    Board #3 (count: 1 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 0) = World: 1
    
    PC - IF - IF - SM - KB - PC
    FF - IF - PC - SM - FF - BB
    FF - PC - IF - KB - BB - FF
    Board #4 (count: 1 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 0) = World: 1
    
    BB - MM - FF - FF - PC - KB
    MM - IF - KB - IF - BB - MM
    IF - PC - PC - MM - IF - PC
    Board #5 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 4 + 0) = World: 2
    
    IF - MM - KB - MM - BB - IF
    IF - MM - PS - IF - PS - KB
    PS - BB - FF - MM - PS - FF
    Board #6 (count: 0 + 1 + 0 + 2 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 3
    
    IF - MM - PS - PS - MM - IF
    IF - KB - MM - FF - BB - KB
    PS - PS - FF - MM - BB - IF
    Board #7 (count: 0 + 1 + 0 + 2 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 3
    
    IF - IF - FF - FF - PC - BB
    SM - KB - FF - KB - FF - ST
    IF - ST - SM - PC - BB - IF
    Board #8 (count: 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 2) = World: 1
    
    MM - PC - KB - IF - ST - PC
    KB - IF - PC - MM - BB - BB
    MM - ST - FF - MM - PC - FF
    Board #9 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 0 + 4 + 2) = World: 2
    
    KB - PC - FF - PC - BB - PS
    PC - BB - IF - MM - PC - IF
    KB - MM - FF - ST - PS - ST
    Board #10 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 4
    
    KB - MM - BB - IF - PS - PC
    IF - ST - IF - ST - FF - BB
    IF - KB - MM - PC - PS - FF
    Board #11 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 5
    
    IF - PS - FF - IF - ST - IF
    PC - KB - BB - ST - KB - BB
    IF - PS - PC - FF - MM - MM
    Board #12 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 5
    
    KB - MM - FF - IF - PS - PC
    PC - PC - IF - BB - KB - BB
    IF - PS - PC - FF - IF - MM
    Board #13 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 5
    
    BB - PS - PS - PC - BB - PS
    MM - FF - MM - MM - IF - IF
    KB - KB - PC - FF - MM - PS
    Board #14 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 4
    +
    BB - PC - PS - PC - ST - PC
    PC - FF - MM - KB - IF - IF
    PS - KB - FF - BB - MM - ST
    Board #15 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 4
    +
    PS - PS - PS - FF - BB - PC
    MM - FF - MM - MM - PC - IF
    PS - KB - IF - BB - MM - KB
    Board #16 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 4
    +
    BB - KB - KB - MM - MM - PS
    FF - PS - MM - FF - PS - MM
    IF - BB - FF - FF - PS - IF
    Board #17 (count: 0 + 2 + 0 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 3
    
    KB - PS - FF - PC - MM - PS
    MM - BB - IF - KB - PC - BB
    PS - MM - IF - FF - MM - PS
    Board #18 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 4
    
    BB - PC - FF - FF - PC - PC
    MM - IF - PC - IF - MM - MM
    MM - KB - FF - BB - KB - FF
    Board #19 (count: 0 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 0 + 4 + 0) = World: 2
    
    MM - PC - PC - MM - ST - PC
    ST - FF - KB - IF - MM - BB
    MM - KB - FF - BB - IF - PC
    Board #20 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 0 + 4 + 2) = World: 2
    
    PC - MM - PC - MM - BB - PC
    KB - FF - PC - IF - MM - BB
    IF - FF - FF - MM - KB - FF
    Board #21 (count: 0 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 0 + 4 + 0) = World: 2
    
    PC - MM - KB - IF - BB - KB
    MM - FF - PC - IF - MM - MM
    IF - PC - PC - BB - IF - FF
    Board #22 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 4 + 0) = World: (Unknown)
    
    PS - PC - FF - FF - MM - PS
    MM - BB - MM - KB - IF - BB
    PS - MM - PC - IF - PS - KB
    Board #23 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 4
    
    IF - MM - FF - MM - PS - PC
    IF - KB - IF - PS - FF - BB
    FF - KB - BB - PC - IF - FF
    Board #24 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 5
    
    IF - MM - KB - PS - MM - PS
    FF - MM - MM - FF - PS - KB
    PS - BB - FF - FF - BB - IF
    Board #25 (count: 0 + 2 + 0 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 5
    
    ST - KB - PS - PC - BB - PS
    MM - MM - PS - FF - BB - KB
    IF - PS - PC - FF - ST - IF
    Board #26 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 2) = World: 5
    
    BB - KB - KB - MM - ST - PS
    FF - PS - PS - IF - BB - MM
    IF - PS - PC - PC - ST - FF
    Board #27 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 2) = World: 5
    
    BB - PC - FF - SM - ST - PC
    SM - IF - FF - KB - IF - ST
    FF - BB - IF - KB - FF - IF
    Board #28 (count: 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 2) = World: 1
    
    KB - BB - IF - PS - FF - PC
    FF - KB - IF - IF - BB - FF
    MM - FF - PS - IF - PC - MM
    Board #29 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 6
    
    KB - FF - PC - IF - IF - MM
    PC - MM - MM - MM - KB - BB
    PS - PC - PS - FF - BB - PC
    Board #30 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 0) = World: 7
    
    KB - PC - BB - MM - KB - PC
    IF - PC - IF - BB - FF - PC
    IF - PS - MM - IF - PS - FF
    Board #31 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 5
    
    PC - FF - MM - PS - KB - PC
    MM - FF - IF - IF - BB - FF
    IF - IF - KB - PS - FF - BB
    Board #32 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 6
    
    PC - FF - MM - PC - PS - FF
    MM - ST - IF - ST - BB - PS
    IF - FF - KB - KB - FF - BB
    Board #33 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 6
    
    KB - ST - IF - PC - KB - FF
    FF - ST - FF - BB - BB - FF
    MM - IF - PS - PS - PC - MM
    Board #34 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 6
    
    PC - MM - FF - PC - PS - BB
    MM - KB - IF - BB - FF - PS
    MM - FF - KB - IF - FF - MM
    Board #35 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 0) = World: 6
    
    KB - BB - MM - PC - FF - BB
    MM - FF - FF - IF - FF - PS
    MM - IF - PS - KB - PC - MM
    Board #36 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 0) = World: 6
    
    KB - FF - BB - PC - IF - PC
    KB - ST - PC - PS - IF - BB
    FF - PC - PS - MM - ST - MM
    Board #37 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 7
    
    PC - KB - PC - PC - MM - MM
    KB - MM - IF - MM - IF - BB
    FF - PC - PS - FF - BB - PS
    Board #38 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 0) = World: 7
    
    KB - KB - PC - IF - MM - PC
    PC - BB - MM - PS - IF - MM
    FF - BB - PC - MM - FF - PS
    Board #39 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 0) = World: 7
    
    PC - KB - BB - IF - IF - PC
    PC - ST - MM - PS - KB - ST
    FF - BB - PC - MM - FF - PS
    Board #40 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 2) = World: 7
    
    PC - FF - BB - IF - MM - MM
    KB - BB - IF - PS - KB - MM
    PS - PC - PC - MM - FF - PC
    Board #41 (count: 0 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 0) = World: 7
    
    PS - PS - PS - FF - KB - PC
    MM - FF - MM - MM - PC - IF
    PS - KB - IF - BB - MM - BB
    Board #42 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 0) = World: 4
    
    IF - PC - FF - MM - KB - IF
    IF - KB - BB - PS - FF - PC
    FF - PS - BB - IF - MM - FF
    Board #43 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: (Unknown)
    
    KB - PC - IF - MM - PS - PC
    PC - PC - IF - BB - KB - BB
    IF - PS - PC - FF - IF - MM
    Board #44 (count: 0 + 0.5 + 2.5 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: (Unknown)
    
    IF - MM - IF - MM - PS - PC
    IF - KB - IF - PS - FF - BB
    FF - KB - BB - PC - IF - FF
    Board #45 (count: 0 + 1.5 + 1 + 2.5 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: (Unknown)
    
    KB - BB - MM - PC - FF - BB
    MM - FF - FF - IF - FF - PS
    MM - IF - PS - KB - PS - MM
    Board #46 (count: 0 + 2 + 0.5 + 1 + 1.5 + 4 + 0) = World: (Unknown)
    
    MM - PS - KB - BB - MM - IF
    PC - FF - ST - ST - KB - BB
    MM - IF - PC - FF - MM - PS
    Board #47 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 2) = World: 8
    
    MM - PS - KB - ST - MM - PS
    MM - BB - KB - ST - MM - BB
    IF - PC - PC - IF - FF - FF
    Board #48 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 2) = World: 8
    
    FF - PS - PC - KB - MM - IF
    MM - FF - IF - PS - KB - BB
    IF - PC - BB - IF - FF - FF
    Board #49 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 8
    
    FF - KB - PC - BB - IF - PS
    IF - BB - KB - PS - MM - FF
    MM - IF - PC - IF - FF - FF
    Board #50 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 8
    
    FF - KB - PC - KB - IF - PS
    IF - BB - IF - PS - MM - BB
    MM - IF - PC - FF - FF - FF
    Board #51 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 8
    
    MM - KB - PC - BB - IF - IF
    MM - FF - IF - PS - KB - FF
    IF - PC - BB - FF - FF - PS
    Board #52 (count: 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 0) = World: 8
    
    PS - IF - BB - ST - MM - PC
    ST - PC - BB - IF - KB - FF
    FF - ST - PS - KB - MM - ST
    Board #53 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4) = World: 9
    
    BB - ST - PC - FF - ST - ST
    KB - PC - IF - MM - ST - FF
    BB - IF - PS - KB - MM - PS
    Board #54 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4) = World: 9
    
    PS - IF - PC - ST - KB - ST
    KB - PC - IF - MM - FF - FF
    BB - BB - ST - ST - MM - PS
    Board #55 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4) = World: 9
    
    BB - IF - PS - FF - KB - PC
    ST - KB - IF - MM - ST - MM
    FF - BB - ST - ST - PC - PS
    Board #56 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4) = World: 9
    
    PS - IF - PC - FF - ST - PC
    ST - KB - BB - IF - ST - MM
    FF - BB - PS - KB - MM - ST
    Board #57 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4) = World: 9
    
    PS - ST - BB - FF - MM - PC
    ST - KB - BB - IF - KB - MM
    FF - IF - PS - ST - PC - ST
    Board #58 (count: 0 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 4) = World: 9
    
    
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    5.0     Credits.
    
    I have not used a Nintendo Player's Guide or any other such guide book to
    obtain this information.  This data was collected the old fashion way,
    through normal playing of the game and compiling it into a spreadsheet
    for comparison.
    
    The following individuals have assisted me in gathering the data which I
    have put together into this guide. (Everyone mentioned here has contributed
    at least one completed board.  Even if it was already submitted I would
    like to still thank them for their efforts.)
    
    Reptobismol = Contributed over 50% of the boards throughout the first
                    week!  Very special thanks for providing boards at later
                    levels.  This often required rescuing Toad many times in
                    very hard worlds 7 and 8 as well as insane world 9.
    thatguy
    IRLarry
    Nicholas B.
    Sean S.
    Anthony M.
    BigBabyBrooks03
    Jonathan S.
    Uncle Bob
    smeata
    DoomKeeper83
    Canada Champ
    Frenat
    TehMetalSlime
    T7g
    Pez
    
    
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    5.1     Tips for contributing.
    Some users attempted to submit boards but were met with defeat of being
    unable to get all of the information due to losing the game too early.
    However, there are a few ways to still see the information after the game
    has ended.
    
    1: Use of the “Home” button to pause. -- This works great for any time you
    need to stop the action of the Wii.  In this case you can quickly pause
    and unpause to write down what you need.  Although the “Wii Menu” and
    “Reset” buttons are covering part of the screen, along with the top and
    bottom black banners, much can still be seen.
    
    2: “Freeze” the picture. – Many TVs now have a freeze or pause picture
    function.  This can be used (followed by the “Home” button on the Wii’s
    remote) to keep the picture on the screen.
    
    3: Photos. -- Although having a camera handy is also great, there may be
    Complications with this such as focus (auto-focus taking too long), shutter
    speed not being right and causing scan lines on the screen to show up in
    the picture, and other possible normal photo issues.  Aside from that, a
    good photo is also a nice way to contribute a screenshot of information.
    
    However you choose, I thank you for the contributions as they help others
    who use this guide to have an easier time in the Red Mushroom Houses and
    therefore have a better chance or less frustrations in some parts of this
    New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
    
    
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    5.2     Copyright.
    
    At this time, GameFAQs is the only site where I have published this guide.
    I have not given anyone else permission to host or publish it nor to claim
    it as their own work.
    
    If you use this guide, please give credit to the writer (myself).  Because
    this information is fact and not opinion or suggestion, I am only holding
    the copyright request that you do not directly copy/paste my work or claim
    it or my research to be yours. 
    
    If you have questions or comments regarding my guide, please feel free to
    contact me.  Although I can answer questions regarding the game, remember
    that I am not an expert or one of the game's designers.  While I may
    attempt to assist you, remember that the information you seek may already
    be out there someone.
    
    M0b1us11235
    m0b1us0099@yahoo.com
    
    
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    6.0     Changes log.
    
    v1.0    11-15-2009 = Initial release.
    V1.1    11-22-2009 = MANY more boards added. Old theories and ideas changed.