Gameplay Video Guide World 1-3: Paratroopas in Mushroom Valley [Super Mario Run]

The Paratroopas in Mushroom Valley stage is the third stage in the first portion of the Super Mario Run. Here, you'll encounter flying and ground enemies.

World 1-3: Paratroopas in Mushroom Valley

While running through this stage, you find yourself seeing paratroopers everywhere. Welcome to the Paratroopas in Mushroom Valley stage! This is the third stage in the first world of Super Mario Run. In this case, you find that you’re now out of the cavern and now jumping onto platforms. While trying to get to the finish line, you’re also trying not to die.

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What to expect in Paratroopas in Mushroom Valley:

  1. There will be lots of jumping. Considering that you are flying high in the sky, there will be some platforms you’ll have to jump to and from. However, make sure you estimate your jump carefully. Since many of these platforms will also have enemies on them, timing your jumps is also key to finishing the game.
  2. Don’t rush. These are one of the few levels where you need to keep a cool head despite the time. Even though time is a factor, it doesn’t mean you have to rush. Keep calm and time your jumps carefully while analyzing it. You’ll save more time that way.
  3. Watch out for the Paratroopas. The Paratroopas are flying dinosaurs that have shells on their backs. The problem with these creatures is that it’s sometimes hard to stomp them from where you’re jumping. One of the best ways to deal with them is either have a mushroom on hand with you to keep you big. Or, you can also time your jump and double jump to stomp on them.
  4. Take note of the mushrooms. Even if the Paratroopas are up in the air, it doesn’t mean that the mushrooms are not down below. Take note of the mushrooms and how they slide around. You might find a shell lying around to knock down the mushrooms crawling around.

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