|Game(s)||Newer Super Mario Bros. DS|
|Previous world||(3) Dorrie's Island|
(1) Goldleaf Plains (secret)
|Next world||(5) Moonview Glacier|
(8) Koopa Country (secret)
Pumpkin Boneyard (or World 4) is the fourth world in Newer Super Mario Bros. DS. It is inspired by Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii's Pumpkin Boneyard. This world is represented by a Boo over a purple sky.
|Level number||Level name||Preview||Description|
|4-1||Pumpkin Thornhill||A spooky pumpkin field filled with Boos and Spiked Question Blocks.|
|4-2||Broozer Sward||Broozers and Tilting Mushroom Platforms galore in this level!|
|4-3||Ectoplasm Hollow||A cave filled with ectoplasm and Dry Bones.|
|4-||Spiritful Steeple||A spook-filled tower where Balloon Boos hinder you progress.|
|4-4||Bone Marrow Road||Dry Bones and Boos haunt this Bone-filled field!|
|4-A||Flimsy Gulch||An alternative graveyard-themed level, heavily inspired by Cawcaw Treeway.|
|4-||The House of Doors||Pumpkin Boneyard's Ghost House has the player picking the right Door out of the bunch.|
|4-5||Arachnid Charnel||An underground level where your vision is darkened.|
|4-6||Springy Spiritland||A pumpkin patch where haunted hills form from the ground below you!|
|4-||Derelict Schooner||A shipwreck, very much inspired by Shipwreck Galleon, where Dry Bowser challenges you to a fight!|
|4-||World 4-||A spooky Warp Cannon which leads you straight to Koopa Country!|
- It is unknown to whether this was an oversight or not, but Pumpkin Thornhill and Springy Spiritland appear to have the same level preview image.
- 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 featured a spooky theme. This was pointed out because, in Japan, four is an unlucky number, which kind of fit the world's theme. Skawo, sadly, said that it was just a coincidence.