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Butterwood Crossing
Game Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii
Level number 3-3
Time 550
World Mushroom Peaks
Level type Mountain, Athletic
Enemies Big Fuzzies
Hammer Bros
Koopa Paratroopas (G & R)
Koopa Troopas (G & R)
Game Progression
Previous level (3-1) Chomproller Heights
Next level (3-4) Wobbleshroom Bluffs
(3-Store.png) Mountain Mall (secret)

Butterwood Crossing (or World 3-3) is the third level of Mushroom Peaks in Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii. It takes place on a bridge full of Fuzzies with lots of ! Blocks that change tracks' directions.

Butterwood Crossing is unlocked by completing Chomproller Heights. Completing its normal exit will unlock Wobbleshroom Bluffs, and completing its secret exit will unlock Mountain Mall.


Star Coins

  • Star Coin 1: Surrounded by a track with a Big Fuzzy attached, you must carefully jump on the Jump Blocks to reach it.
  • Star Coin 2: At the first few Goombas, go down the Warp Pipe below them by breaking the two Brick Blocks. At the end of the bonus room, you will find the Star Coin.
  • Star Coin 3: This Star Coin is located with the secret exit. Once you're in the room with the tracks resembling different objects, follow the coins and the Star Coin will be visible next to the tracks that make up a brick block.

Secret Exit

Immediately after the area where the ! Blocks open a track to the circle, jump on top of the Brick Blocks beside the wall to reveal some Hidden Question Blocks. Then climb your way up to find a mini hallway on top of the level. This will lead you to a room with a ? Switch. After hitting the ? Switch, it will break the floor and you will fall down a room with tracks resembling Used Question Blocks, Bullet Bills, Super Mushrooms, Coins, Brick Blocks and the letters "1UP" in this order. Back out in the open air, you'll reach the secret exit to the shop of Mushroom Peaks: Mountain Mall.



Newer Super Mario Bros Wii World 3-3 Butterwood Crossing Star Coins & Secret Exit


Name Music Origin Area played
Original song. Main area
Underground theme from Super Mario Bros. Underground bonus areas