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VIDEO: Learn to Play Classic (and Secret) Super Mario Songs on Note Block Rock at Super Nintendo World

While there’s so much to see and do in Super Nintendo World, one activity has quickly become a fan favorite: playing the music block songs on Note Block Rock. As a matter of fact, there are six songs, each corresponding to a different color. Plus three more secret songs that only play when one of three specific colors is on deck. Ready to learn the basics? Spencer will teach you five of them right now on YouTube, just press play down below!

For those of you that missed it, the classic songs and their colors are as follows:

  • Red—Super Mario Bros. Overworld
  • Cyan—Super Mario Bros. Underwater
  • Yellow—Bob-omb Battlefield
  • Green—Super Mario Bros. 2 Overworld
  • Blue—Underground
  • Pink—Super Mario World Athletic

Now you’re ready for the extra special information… the three secret songs! You have to watch for the right colors and know exactly which ones to hit in which order. I won’t list them here, so you’ll have to memorize the video for yourself!

Think you’re ready? Well keep them in mind and memorized for your visit Note Block Rock in Super Nintendo World! And stay tuned to Universal Parks News Today for complete coverage of Super Nintendo World in Osaka!

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Impressions de Frank
Impressions de Frank
1 month ago

Oh, Disney. Remember joy? Not from Inside Out. This is the joy that’s been missing from your stateside parks for… a while. Take note.

Mike
Mike
1 month ago

Disney created this kind of joy with the first interactive show of its kind: Swotu Waya in Pandora. Hope to see those drums turned back on again soon… There were always smiles. That being said, this is amazing. What an awesome and engaging way to bring these iconic tunes to life.