Top 10 Hardest Levels In the New Super Mario Bros. SeriesTheYoshiOverlord Keep in mind NSMBW means "New Super Mario Bros. Wii," while NSMBU means "New Super Mario Bros. U," and NSLU means "New Super Luigi U."
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Everyone can agree this is insanely hard. Ice, Munchers, Venus Fire Traps, Fire Bros, it all screams "HELL." - TheYoshiOverlord
By far the hardest in NSMBU. The Ball and Chain thingies, Donut Lifts, and the Bony Beetles. And you need the Star Coins for "Follow That Shell! " which is the easiest level in the game. - TheYoshiOverlord
Basically, a harder Pendulum Castle, but it is slightly easier since it is short. - TheYoshiOverlord
Three Lakitus raining down hell, sliding blocks that try to squish you or push you off... This is the 2nd hardest NSMBU level. - TheYoshiOverlord
It starts off at a medium difficulty. Then, you get to the part with the moving platforms that will often be submerged in the lava, with little safe ground, and meteors falling on you. - TheYoshiOverlord
I think that the secret exit is hard because you have to use your acorn suit while you have to watch out for the meteors. You can also press the P button and have to run swiftly.
I think Dancing Blocks, Poison Swamp is hard because I have died hundreds of times. Also, the goal of the level is to jump on the blocks when they appear.
It's actually easy if you find the pattern, but it's tough if you don't have the Super Acorn. - TheYoshiOverlord
It starts off easy with the slow Firebars, but when you get to the faster ones, you better hope you have at least a Mushroom. - TheYoshiOverlord
Yet another Luigi U level. The lava waves complicate things, and I have a hard time with chains :P - TheYoshiOverlord
It's so hard its on the list twice!
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List StatsUpdated 5 Dec 2016
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2. Pendulum Castle (NSMBU)
3. Impossible Pendulums (NSLU)