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Cheep Cheep
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Game(s) Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii
Newer SMBWii Plus
Newer Super Mario Bros. DS
Another Super Mario Bros. Wii
Newer: Summer Sun
First appearance (Wii) Springwater Swamp (?)
(DS) Goldbush Pond
(AN) World 1-1
(Hol) World 1-4
(Sun) World 1-1
Final appearance (Wii) Spacedust Heap
(DS) Overgrown Armoury
(AN) World 9-4
(Hol) World 1-4
(Sun) World 1-4
Related enemies Big Cheep Cheep
Big Deep Cheep
Big Eep Cheep
Cheepskipper
Deep Cheep
Eep Cheep
Mega Cheep Cheep
Mega Deep Cheep
Mega Eep Cheep
Micro Cheep Cheep
Micro Deep Cheep
Micro Eep Cheep

Cheep Cheeps are a recurring enemy in the Mario series. They appear in both Newer titles, Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii and Newer Super Mario Bros. DS, and mainly appear in water-themed stages.

Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii

Cheep Cheeps appear in Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii. Oddly enough, they're first seen in the opening thumbnail of Palm Beach, but then actually appear in Springwater Swamp. They're last seen in Spacedust Heap

Appearance

Cheep Cheeps are red fish with a white belly. They have white wing-like fins, yellow dorsal and caudal fins, and big pink lips.

Behavior

Cheep Cheeps aren't too hard to avoid or kill. They're like the Goombas of the underwater levels. They swim slowly left or right, and can be killed by multiple things. They're often seen in groups.

There are also Jumping Cheep Cheeps, which will jump out of the water to attack the player. They're pretty hard to avoid, and keep you on your toes. Though, now that you're on land, you can jump on their heads to kill them.

Newer Super Mario Bros. DS

Cheep Cheeps reappear in Newer Super Mario Bros. DS. They first appear in the level Goldbush Pond, and last appear in the bossfight with Cheepskipper.

Appearance

The Cheep Cheeps in this game look exactly the same as Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii's Cheep Cheeps. They're red with a white belly, yellow dorsal and caudal fins, big pink lips, and white wing-like fins.

Behavior

Cheep Cheeps in this game don't act to different to the ones in Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii. They slowly swim left (and only left), and can be killed by the same things. Newer Super Mario Bros. DS also has Jumping Cheep Cheeps, and they act exactly the same.

But now, there's a new type of Cheep Cheep: Circling Cheep Cheeps! They're normal Cheep Cheeps that go in a circle, usually having a circle of coins in the middle. They can be killed by the same things as normal Cheep Cheeps.

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