This article is about the fourth world of Newer Super Mario Bros. DS. Not be confused with Pumpkin Boneyard, the sixth world of Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii.
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Pumpkin Boneyard
Newer_Super_Mario_Bros._DS_-_Pumpkin_Boneyard_(Complete_World_4)
Game Newer Super Mario Bros. DS
World number 4
Levels 10
Bosses Bowser Jr.
Dry Bowser
Game Progression
Previous world (3) Dorrie's Island
(1) Goldleaf Plains (secret)
Next world (5) Moonview Glacier
(8) Koopa Country (secret)

Pumpkin Boneyard is the fourth world in Newer Super Mario Bros. DS. It is a spooky haunted land full of Boos and Dry Bones. It is represented by a Boo over a purple sky.

Its tower boss is Bowser Jr. and its airship boss is Dry Bowser.

Overview

Pumpkin Boneyard is an orange-grassed pumpkin-filled field with a purple sky and several dead trees nearly identical to Pumpkin Boneyard from Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii. Gravestones are found throughout and poison water flows from below. Boos and Dry Bones are common enemies seen throughout.

Pumpkin Boneyard can be accessed through completing Overgrown Armoury in Dorrie's Island or through using World 1-Cannon.png in Goldleaf Plains, unlocked via Ropeblast Tower's secret exit. Completion of Derelict Schooner grants access to Snowfield Plateau in Moonview Glacier. Completion of The House of Doors' secret exit grants access to World 4-Cannon.png, leading to Boomblast Badlands in Koopa Country.

Levels

Level number Level name Preview Description
4-1 Pumpkin Thornhill PumpkinThornhill.png A spooky pumpkin patch full of Boos and Spiked Question Blocks.
4-2 Broozer Sward BroozerSward.png A scare-filled level featuring Broozers and Tilting Mushroom Platforms.
4-3 Ectoplasm Hollow EctoplamHollow.png A cave full of ectoplasm and Dry Bones.
4-Towernsmb2.png Spiritful Steeple SpiritfulSteeple.png A lift ride within a spooky tower where Balloon Boos attempt to hinder the player's progress. Bowser Jr. is fought at the top.
4-4 Bone Marrow Road BoneMarrowRoad.png A bone-filled field featuring many Dry Bones and Boos.
4-A Flimsy Gulch FlimsyGulch.png A dangerous Crowber-filled cemetery where Flimsy Lifts are the only reliable platforms.
4-Ghost.png The House of Doors TheHouseOfDoors.png The Ghost House of Pumpkin Boneyard which has the player picking one right Warp Door out of the bunch.
4-5 Arachnid Charnel ArachnidCharnel.png An extremely dark Scuttlebug-filled underground graveyard.
4-6 Grimoire Grounds GrimoireGrounds.png A haunted pumpkin field where the ground lifts itself below the player's feet.
4-Final.png Derelict Schooner DerelictSchooner.png A shipwreck full of Banzai Bills and Sushis. Dry Bowser is fought at the end.

Other Buildings

Level number Level name Preview Description
4-Cannon.png World 4-Cannon.png World 4-CannonDS.png The Warp Cannon of Pumpkin Boneyard which leads to Koopa Country. It is accessible after completing The House of Doors' secret exit.

Trivia

  • From versions 1.00 to 1.07, Pumpkin Thornhill and Grimoire Grounds (known as Springy Spiritland at the time) had the same level preview image due to an oversight. This was corrected in version 1.10.
  • This is the only world where Koopa Paratroopas are absent.
  • Upon Newer Super Mario Bros. DS's release, fans were quick to point out that Pumpkin Boneyard was the fourth world of Newer Super Mario Bros. DS, and that featured a spooky theme. This was pointed out because, in Japan, four is an unlucky number, which kind of fits the world's theme. Skawo, sadly, said that it was just a coincidence.
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