Therefore, please excuse its informal appearance as it's being worked on.
|Game||Newer Super Mario Bros. DS|
|Previous world||(5) Moonview Glacier|
(3) Dorrie's Island (secret)
|Next world||(8) Koopa Country|
Cirrus Heavens is the sixth world in Newer Super Mario Bros. DS, seventh including Lunar Realm. It is a pink sky-themed world that introduces many new enemies, such as the Shy Guy and the Muncher. It is represented by New Super Mario Bros. U-themed hills in the sky.
Cirrus Heavens is an area of pink clouds in the sky with blue and yellow hills in the background. It is partially inspired by Sakura Village in Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii, as its world map theme is shared, both of their skies are pink, and they both introduce the Shy Guy. Cloudbolt Chasm and Stormeye Stronghold take place during a thunderstorm occupied by the Thunder Cloud. Unlike any other world, a secret exit is required to progress through Cirrus Heavens, as Spiny Swings leads back to Cloudbolt Chasm upon normal completion.
Cirrus Heavens can be accessed through completing Freezeflame Fortress in Moonview Glacier or through using World 3- in Dorrie's Island, unlocked via The House of Blocks's secret exit. Completion of Stormeye Stronghold grants access to Boomblast Badlands in Koopa Country.
|Level number||Level name||Preview||Description|
|7-1||Lavender Skybridge||An athletic level introducing Shy Guys.|
|7-||The House of Bogus||The Ghost House of Cirrus Heavens full of Bogus Blocks which will disappear upon the player stepping on them.|
|7-2||Muncher Romp||A Muncher-filled sky-themed level with plenty of Bouncy Clouds.|
|7-3||Tipsaw Trench||A dangerous Seesaw Platform-filled sky level which marks the only appearance of the Cloudoboo.|
|7-||Skewerspring Tower||An open tower where Skewers will try to skew the player. Bowser Jr. is fought at the top.|
|7-4||Cloudbolt Chasm||The middle of a storm introducing the Thunder Cloud.|
|7-5||Gigantic Gardens||A more-so plains-themed level where big enemies roam.|
|7-6||Spiny Swings||An athletic level where the player must swing on poles to avoid Spike Blocks.|
|7-A||Gusty Gap||A level where the player must spin between tornadoes while dodging Koopa Paratroopas and Banzai Bills.|
|7-7||Ballistic Breach||The third and final Mini Mushroom-themed level; this time focusing on the fact that the player can't defeat normal enemies using the normal jump.|
|7-||Stormeye Stronghold||An open castle within a storm and a Thunder Cloud-filled romp. In the end, Lakithunder is fought.|
|Areas||Levels||Lavender Skybridge • The House of Bogus • Muncher Romp • Tipsaw Trench • Skewerspring Tower • Cloudbolt Chasm • Gigantic Gardens • Gusty Gap • Spiny Swings • Ballistic Breach • Stormeye Stronghold|
|Other||Item House • 1-UP House • Mega House|
|Enemies||Enemies||Balloon Boo • Banzai Bill • Big Buzzy Beetle • Big Dry Bones • Big Koopa Troopa • Big Muncher • Big Piranha Plant • Big Spiny • Big Whomp • Broozer • Bullet Bill • Cloudoboo • Dry Bones • Fly Guy • Hammer Bro • Koopa Paratroopa • Koopa Troopa • Muncher • Paragoomba • Piranha Plant • Shy Guy • Spiny • Thunder Cloud • Whomp|
|Bosses||Bowser Jr. • Lakithunder|