The ending of Super Mario Bros. Wonder is as fun and magical as the rest of the game. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
From striking a pose during a truly bop-worthy stage to jumping on top of Bowser’s floating head, there’s a lot to unpack in Super Mario Bros. Wonder’s ending. Fortunately, we’ve broken down everything that happened at the end of the game in case you need a refresher, don’t have time to see the ending yourself, or are just curious.
Super Mario Bros. Wonder Ending
At the end of Super Mario Bros. Wonder, Mario successfully defeats Bowser in a challenging boss fight by jumping on the switch on top of his floating head. After defeating him, his head floats away, leaving Mario alone and victorious.
However, suddenly a seventh Royal Wonder Seed appears and sucks in all of the bad Wonder energy caused by Bowser. Then, with all seven of the Royal Wonder Seeds collected, Prince Florian and Mario jump with joy in celebration.
Now that Bowser has returned to normal, Mario, Prince Florian and the rest of the gang meet up in the Flower Kingdom. Florian is reunited with the other Poplins, whose heads turn into flowers. Everyone celebrates the return of the Kingdom to its rightful state, and the game ends.
There is one last thing to do, as Mario finds a final Wonder Flower that transforms the area around him into the various Wonder stages he’s encountered. Credits fly by, and the player can jump on them to build a high score. Once it’s over, Kamek can be seen holding Bowser and Bowser Junior in a Koopa Clown Car before crashing somewhere in the Flower Kingdom.
Now that you know the ending of Super Mario Bros. Wonder, there’s still plenty of fun side content to do. So, make sure to check out our Games Hub for all the latest news and guides on the game.