Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii
|Game(s)||Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii|
Ludwig von Koopa
|Joined World||Sky Mountain|
|Previous world||(6) Pumpkin Boneyard|
(C) Sky City (secret)
|Next world||(8) Koopa Planet/Core|
Starry Skies (along with Sky Mountain) is the seventh world of Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii. It follows Sky Mountain and is accessible after completing Beanstalk Ascent. Completing Starry Skies allows the players to access a Launch Star which will send them to Koopa Planet.
Starry Skies takes place in outer space. Spacedust Heap, Asteroid Belt and Spintop Nebula take place in open space, featuring reduced gravity, which results in the players jumping higher and falling slowly. Star Haven and Starfruit Garden take place in a "star haven," essentially a type of extraterrestrial forest. The latter two levels, along with the tower, castle and airship have normal gravity.
|7-4||Spacedust Heap||An outer space level in which players must navigate floating platforms, many of which are surrounded by Water Bubbles.|
|7-||Electron Tower||A tower which the players must ascend using grabbable Fences while avoiding many Fuzzies. Mega Topman is fought at the top of the tower.|
|7-5||Asteroid Belt||An outer space level in which players must navigate rotating Asteroids, many of which are covered in Amps which will zap the players.|
|7-||The Blue Switch Palace||The Blue Switch activates all Blue Blocks in the game, allowing the players to reach locations they may not have been able to before.|
|7-6||Spintop Nebula||An outer space level in which players must navigate platforms which fall away as they are stepped upon. Amps and Spiky Topmen seek to hinder the players' progress.|
|7-7||Star Haven||A celestial forest containing Goombas, Koopa Troopas, Venus Fire Traps and pink-colored Spike Tops and Big Spike Tops.|
|7-||Novastar Castle||A castle filled with Lava, moving platforms and Meteor showers raining from above. Players must contend with Bob-ombs, Dry Bones (both normal and Giant) and Podoboos. Mega Topman is fought once again at the end of the stage.|