Super Mario Odyssey™
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Super Mario Odyssey™

Mario jumps out of the Mushroom Kingdom and embarks on a journey in Super Mario Odyssey, only on Nintendo Switch!
Mild violence, Online interactivity

Let the Odyssey begin!

Princess Peach and Bowser are getting married?!

Bowser has snatched Princess Peach once again, and this time he's planning a lavish, no-expense-spared wedding!


Hired by Bowser to help with the wedding arrangements, the Broodals are an odd bunch, to say the least…


Mario's crashing the party

The spiny groom-to-be has embarked on a trip around the world to prepare for the festivities. It's up to Mario to catch up with him and crash the wedding, but the pesky Broodals won't make it easy!


Mario teams up with a curious cap


Introducing Cappy, a resident of the Cap Kingdom who's taken the form of Mario's trademark red hat. By making use of Cappy's amazing ability to Capture enemies, Mario can do all sorts of new things!


An epic adventure full of surprises

Mario will travel around the world aboard an airship known as the Odyssey. He can power up his ship and set off for new Kingdoms by collecting Power Moons. Who knows what wonderful destinations he'll discover on his journey?


Multiplayer requires one compatible controller per player. Additional controllers (sold separately) may be required.

Meet Cappy


Hats off to Mario's new companion!

You might be familiar with Mario's talents when it comes to running and jumping, but now he's got a whole new set of skills thanks to his trusty pal, Cappy!


Throw Cappy at enemies and objects

Mario can take out foes with a well-placed throw, or use Cappy to trigger switches and smash blocks.


There's more than one way to throw a cap

Along with the standard straight throw, Mario can send Cappy flying upwards or downwards, or even unleash Spin Throws!


Use your cap as a platform

Mario can throw Cappy and have him hover in place for a few moments - perfect for use as an impromptu platform to get to places a little further out of reach.


Capture enemies

Throw Cappy at enemies and objects to Capture them! Doing so allows Mario to take on their abilities, which'll certainly come in handy on his adventure.



When Mario Captures a Goomba, he can hop on top of others to create a huge Goomba tower!


Bullet Bill

Fly freely through the air, and shake the Joy-Con to get an extra burst of speed.



You'll never have to worry about running out of ammo in this tremendous tank!


Hammer Bro

Launch hammer strikes at enemies from afar! In some Kingdoms, you'll be able to throw frying pans instead.



Give a wiggle of its magical shades, and the Moe-Eye can reveal hidden objects and new paths to explore.


Chain Chomp

With a body made from solid metal, it can smash walls to pieces without batting an eyelid.



Reach new areas with this little guy's round, bouncy body and long, elastic legs.



This magnificent creature boasts awesome destructive power!


Lava Bubble

This fiery fellow can travel freely through even the hottest molten lava. Shake the Joy-Con to jump higher!


Cheep Cheep

Swim underwater to your heart's content! You won't need to come back to the surface to breathe.


Play together with a friend

Two players can team up and work together, with Player 1 controlling Mario, and Player 2 controlling Cappy. With a Joy-Con each, you can buddy up with someone sitting next to you and enjoy Mario's adventure together.

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Track down items scattered throughout the world!

Find all the hidden Power Moons and regional coins

Power Moons are the energy source the Odyssey relies on in order to fly, while regional coins can be spent in the Kingdoms they're found in. You'll see both of them in loads of out-of-the-way places, and some might prove to be a bit of a challenge to reach...

Get every souvenir and outfit

Once you've gathered a grand stash of coins, it's time to hit the shops! There are all kinds of great things on sale: you can change your outfit to suit your mood, or decorate the Odyssey with amazing souvenirs!

Assist Mode

For those new to Mario games

Don't worry if you've never played a Mario game before - you'll be able to switch between Regular Mode and Assist Mode at any time, so you'll get plenty of support while you get the hang of things.

In Assist Mode, you'll withstand more damage, and even if you fall completely off the stage, you'll only lose a bit of health and quickly start again from the same spot. You can also recover health just by standing still, and there are helpful arrows on the map guiding you to your next destination - no getting lost for you!

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Set new minigame records

There are loads of fun minigames waiting for you to discover, with different games in each kingdom! Take aim at the top, set new records, and maybe even win some prizes…

Connect to the internet and check out the Rankings Board to compare your performance with players around the world.

You need to be connected to the internet.

Balloon World

After you've cleared the game, you'll be able to take on the Balloon World challenge by speaking to Luigi in each kingdom. The secret to success is knowing the area inside out!

Hide balloons

Take a balloon and find the perfect hiding spot for it!

Find balloons

Search for balloons that players around the world have cunningly hidden.

Succeed within the time limit, and you may well be in contention for a place on the Rankings Board.

Koopa Freerunning

Koopas have gathered from every corner of the world for a race! Can you dodge the obstacles and get to the finish line before them?

Jump-Rope Challenge

Stay on your toes and keep hopping over the enormous jump-rope. It gets faster and faster with every hop, skip and jump!

RC Car Challenge

Take a remote controlled car for a spin and aim for the chequered flag in a three-lap race.

Bound Bowl Grand Prix

A traditional Snow Kingdom race that only Shiverians can take part in. Can you be the first to bounce and spin 'round the course three times?

Beach Volleyball

The much-loved official sport of the Seaside Kingdom. Aim to get the ball over the net without letting it touch the ground.

Are you an expert or a beginner?

There's something for everyone!

Super Mario Odyssey has something for players of all skill levels. Beginners don't have to worry about getting stuck, because there's guidance available while they learn the ropes. Veteran Mario players, meanwhile, can challenge themselves to track down every last enticing item - which is quite a tricky feat!





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The trip of a lifetime

Travel guide

From mysterious, ancient ruins to neon-lit cityscapes, right through to beach resorts surrounded by soda-pop seas, Super Mario Odyssey has it all! Take a look at some of the highlights below.

Metro Kingdom

New Donk City

The cutting-edge metropolis that never sleeps

Metro Kingdom

New Donk City

The cutting-edge metropolis that never sleeps

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Take time to explore the futuristic city that owes its rapid development to Power Moons.
  • 2. The people can be a little too serious for their own good, but if you see an open door, it means you're welcome.
  • 3. Street festivals are held from time-to-time - don't miss out on the fun.

New Donk City is home to some of the world's leading companies, and is known for its soaring skyscrapers. Visitors should make time for the magnificent views of the city at night from the roof of the City Hall, known as the Million-Coin View. Just be warned that it's always crawling with tourists...

(Please note that construction work is underway at the City Hall, so it might be better to head to one of the neighbouring buildings instead.)

The people here all dress in formal attire, and they can come off as being a bit cold. During the city's lively street festivals though, they let their hair down and couldn't be more welcoming, eager for visitors to join in the fun and see their city at its best! Be sure to check in advance to see when the next festival is taking place.

Traveller's log

I was passing the City Hall when, who should I see but Mayor Pauline! I'd only ever seen her on the cover of magazines before, but there she was, large as life! And she was happy for me to snap a picture with her! I'll always treasure it.

Sand Kingdom


A picturesque town surrounded by desert dunes and ancient ruins

Sand Kingdom


A picturesque town surrounded by desert dunes and ancient ruins

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Enjoy exploring the bright and breezy desert town inhabited by cheerful folks.
  • 2. Check out the assortment of ancient monuments, including the breathtaking Inverted Pyramid.
  • 3. Get a closer look at the intricate gem-themed carvings you'll find all over the place. 

The Sand Kingdom is located in the roasting, red-hot desert, where the average temperature is 40⁰C. Intrepid wanderers will find all sorts of ancient ruins here, none more impressive than the extraordinary Inverted Pyramid.

Although it looks like it might crumble at any moment, it still draws in sightseers from far and wide. Legend has it that there is a precious wedding ring concealed somewhere within it…

For visitors eager to investigate the pyramid for themselves, the best place to be based is in the small town of Tostarena. With its colourful buildings and friendly people, it's a welcome oasis amidst the desert heat.

Traveller's log

The best way to travel around the desert is on board the Jaxi. It'll keep your feet from touching the scorching sands, but be sure to strap yourself in - it's a high-speed ride, and not for the faint-hearted!

Luncheon Kingdom

Mount Volbono

A hot-blooded town with fiery local cuisine

Luncheon Kingdom

Mount Volbono

A hot-blooded town with fiery local cuisine

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Make sure you try the celebrated Stupendous Stew.
  • 2. The local cuisine is known for its enormous vegetables and rocks of cheese.
  • 3. The entrance to the town is a favourite spot for those in the know.

This bright and beautiful town surrounded by lakes of molten lava looks like it comes straight out of a picture book.

Mount Volbono is a culinary hotspot with cuisine that makes use of highly unusual local ingredients, such as giant vegetables and rocks of cheese. Head to the local cooking carnival, where you can enjoy the famed Stupendous Stew. Cooked in a giant pot using the volcano's fiery heat, this is fine dining taken to a whole new level. It's as delicious as the name suggests, filled with local free-range meat from the volcanic plains, and all sorts of extra-special ingredients added by expert local chefs.

But it's not all about eating - Mount Volbono is a historic town, and the entrance by the old castle walls is well worth a visit.

Traveller's log

The meat you'll find lying out on the plains around the town is pretty extraordinary. Try to check it out before it gets popped into a hotpot and cooked up for the carnival.

Wooded Kingdom

Steam Gardens

Nature and technology come together in the Wooded Kingdom

Wooded Kingdom

Steam Gardens

Nature and technology come together in the Wooded Kingdom

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Be sure to view the huge flowers grown in the climate-controlled dome.
  • 2. Meet the Steam Gardeners, folks who really love their work.
  • 3. Enjoy the perfect harmony between technology and nature.

Don't let the abundant nature of the Wooded Kingdom fool you - it's a very technologically advanced place.

The vast dome that encloses the Kingdom means the temperature is kept constant, and is perfect for growing flowers. The dense forest is ripe for exploring, not least to get a closer look at the robots who‘re always busy tending to the plants. Known as Steam Gardeners, they work tirelessly and can even repair themselves. No-one knows why they expend so much energy on the plants and flowers here, but they seem to enjoy it.

Walk through the forest and you'll come across a large building that used to be some kind of factory. The Steam Gardeners have repurposed it, and now use it to grow plants while keeping the old machinery running.

The flowers known as Soirée Bouquet are hugely popular amongst brides-to-be the world over.

Traveller's log

There are believed to be enormous beasts living in the overgrown forest beneath the cliffs, but I didn't quite have the courage to go down there and investigate…

Cascade Kingdom

Fossil Falls

A secluded spot at the edge of the world

Cascade Kingdom

Fossil Falls

A secluded spot at the edge of the world

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Enjoy panoramic views centred on a giant cascading waterfall.
  • 2. Meet the dinosaurs, the rulers of the ancient world, who still survive here.
  • 3. Take in a huge range of ancient monuments and ruins.

With countless cascading waterfalls, this is a beautiful spot hidden away at the very edge of the world.

The vast waterfall in the centre of the region is impossible to miss, and will take your breath away with its awesome power. The unspoiled nature and long history of Fossil Falls make it an ideal spot to explore. Take a close look at the cliff walls and you'll find all manner of strange and startling fossils.

It's not just a place to find fossils though - dinosaurs still walk this wild land! The battle for survival over many millennia has made these creatures strong, though they can still be scared off with a well-aimed rock.

To get the best views of these gigantic beasts, try creeping up to them when they are dozing.

Traveller's log

Taking a closer look at the huge walls around Fossil Falls, it seems like they've been destroyed and rebuilt many times. Could there be something buried within them? I wonder…

Cap Kingdom


A town full of classic architecture, with a twist!

Cap Kingdom


A town full of classic architecture, with a twist!

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Visit the buildings constructed in the shape of hats.
  • 2. Make time to see the seas of clouds illuminated by the moon.
  • 3. Meet the kind-hearted and impeccably well-mannered townspeople.

The classic architecture in this town has an interesting twist! The most famous landmark is the hat-themed Bonneton Tower, and it's well worth climbing to the top to enjoy the stunning sight of the clouds at night, lit up by the moon.

Bonneton is famous for its hat-shaped buildings, but you'll see hat motifs everywhere you go - from people's houses to street lights. Make sure you bring your camera, as you won't ever have seen anything quite like this before!

The local people are just as refined and elegant as their town, and they'll always be happy to take the time to chat with you.

Traveller's log

For whatever reason, you can't go into people's houses, but it seems it's fine to climb up on their roofs…

Snow Kingdom


The harsh climate doesn't stop people having fun!

Snow Kingdom


The harsh climate doesn't stop people having fun!

Tips for visitors

  • 1. By all means go for a dip, but don't stay in there too long!
  • 2. Find the underground entrance to the town, but be warned that it could be blocked by snow.
  • 3. In the Bound Bowl Grand Prix, the niftiest jumper will win the day.

The Snow Kingdom is a chilly region, covered in ice that has built up over many thousands of years. Although you won't be able to see much during the frequent blizzards, when the weather clears, you can enjoy beautiful views of the sea and sky.

If you go for a dip, make it a short one - the freezing temperatures can be rather unpleasant for an extended swim.

The people here are a hardy breed, and they've carved the town of Shiveria out of blocks of solid ice. While it's warmer in the town than it is up on the surface, you should still pack your scarf and mittens.

If you've come all the way here, you simply must watch the Bound Bowl Grand Prix. The locals are fiercely competitive and will stop at nothing to seize victory.

Traveller's log

I thought the blizzard was never going to end, but when it finally cleared, I found myself face-to-face with a host of unfamiliar creatures. Apparently, they only emerge when the weather is good…

Seaside Kingdom


A resort island in a soda-pop sea

Seaside Kingdom


A resort island in a soda-pop sea

Tips for visitors

  • 1. The four fountains in the Glass Tower have to be seen to be believed.
  • 2. The vast ocean around the resort is endlessly captivating.
  • 3. Enjoy playing beach volleyball - you won't find it anywhere else.

When you arrive in the seaside resort of Bubblaine, the first thing you'll see is the huge Glass Tower right at the centre of the island.

The four fountains that surround it shoot seawater high up into the air, and for some strange reason, this turns the fizzy pop in the ocean into a delicate and refined beverage known as Sparkle Water. This water is highly prized as a local delicacy, so you should definitely try some.

It wouldn't be the seaside without a spot of beach volleyball, and Bubblaine certainly won't let you down on this score. Even if you're a beginner, the dedicated coach will be only too happy to show you the ropes.

Traveller's log

I went for a dip in the ocean and couldn't believe what I found - an underwater cavern! When I started to explore it, I was attacked by a giant monster, so keep your wits about you if you plan to go down there…

1. Check the map so you don't miss anything!

You'll find all sorts of useful information on the map, so make sure you give it a thorough gander when arriving in a new Kingdom.


2. Find local outfits and souvenirs in Crazy Cap

Crazy Cap is a chain of stores specialising in outfits and souvenirs from the local area. The friendly staff are just waiting for you to pay them a visit.

The service is second to none!

The after-sales service at Crazy Cap takes some beating. All of your purchases will be delivered directly to the Odyssey at no extra cost!


3. Capture your favourite moments on film

Snapshot Mode lets you take pictures at any point in your journey. You can put a unique spin on pictures by applying filters, changing the perspective and rotating the image. You'll be able to share the pictures you're most proud of on social media *, so why not show everyone else what a great time you're having?

*An internet connection and a Nintendo Account are required to use the social network screenshot posting services.


How to buy

Time to begin your Odyssey!

Physical Version

Super Mario Odyssey

You can purchase the physical version of Super Mario Odyssey from select retailers across Australia and New Zealand.

Digital Version


You can purchase a digital version of Super Mario Odyssey via this gamepage or from Nintendo eShop on your Nintendo Switch console.



Big W - Australia
Catch - Australia
EB Games - Australia
Gamesmen - Australia
JB Hi-Fi - Australia
My Nintendo Store (AU)
Target - Australia

New Zealand

EB Games - New Zealand
JB Hi-Fi - New Zealand
Mighty Ape - New Zealand
My Nintendo Store (NZ)

Game specifications

Release date27/10/2017
No. of playersUp to 2 players
Game file size5.61GB
Supported languagesJapanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Russian

Supported play modes

TV mode
Tabletop mode
Handheld mode

Software compatibility and play experience may differ on Nintendo Switch Lite. Additional accessories may be required (sold separately). See support for details.

This game supports the following features:


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Multiplayer requires one compatible controller per player. Additional controllers (sold separately) may be required.
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