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Super Mario Sunshine levels

Super Mario Sunshine contains many levels that are large and vast. Each level has episodes, or missions. Once an episode is successfully completed, Mario gains a Shine Sprite.

This list is in the order of which they are played. This list does not include areas, just the main levels which contain the episodes and Corona Mountain.

Bianco Hills

Bianco Hills is the very first level of the game. It's a large level with a giant windmill in the middle of it. There's also a little village to be found with a giant waterwheel. Bianco Hills also contains a large lake surrounding the windmill.

Bianco Hills Episode Guide
» Episode 1: Road to the Big Windmill
» Episode 2: Down With Petey Pirahna
» Episode 3: The Hillside Cave Secret
» Episode 4: Red Coins of Windmill Village
» Episode 5: Petey Piranha Strikes Back
» Episode 6: The Secret of the Dirty Lake
» Episode 7: Shadow Mario on the Loose
» Episode 8: Red Coins of the Lake
Ricco Harbor

Ricco Harbor is a level that's full of water, which is mostly dirty water. Above the ground, there's a bunch of cages and fences for Mario to climb and use as platforms. There's also a giant Blooper along with a secret cave which Mario surfs through.

Rocco Harbor Episode Guide
» Episode 1: Gooper Blooper Breaks Out
» Episode 2: Blooper Surfin' Safari
» Episode 3: The Caged Shine Sprite
» Episode 4: The Secret of Ricco Tower
» Episode 5: Gooper Blooper Returns
» Episode 6: Red Coins on the Water
» Episode 7: Shadow Mario Revisited
» Episode 8: Yoshi's Fruit Adventure
Gelato Beach

Gelato Beach is a level covered by coastline, water, and sand. There's also the "Watermelon Festival" and a new character named Piantissimo, which Mario races. A giant Wiggler can be found here as well.

Gelato Beach Episode Guide
» Episode 1: The Dune Bud Sandcastle Secret
» Episode 2: Mirror Madness! Tilt, Slam, Bam
» Episode 3: Wiggler Ahoy! Full Steam Ahead
» Episode 4: The Sand Bird is Born
» Episode 5: Piantissimo's Sand Sprint
» Episode 6: Red Coins of the Coral Reef
» Episode 7: It's Shadow Mario! After Him
» Episode 8: The Watermelon Festival
Pinna Park

Pinna Park is a level that's just a bit different from a normal Mario level: It's a giant amusement park! Mario can ride the roller coaster here, as well as the Yoshi-Go-Round. Mecha Bowser is also introduced in this level.

Pinna Park Episode Guide
» Episode 1: Mecha Bowser Appears
» Episode 2: The Beach Cannon's Secret
» Episode 3: Red Coins of the Pirate Ships
» Episode 4: The Wilted Sunflowers
» Episode 5: The Runaway Ferris Wheel
» Episode 6: The Yoshi-Go-Round's Secre
» Episode 7: Shadow Mario in the Park
» Episode 8: Roller Coaster Balloons
Sirena Beach

Sirena Beach isn't really a beach at all. Granted, there is a beach there, but it's not very big. The main feature is the hotel that can be found opposite the beach. Inside the hotel is something even better: A casino!.

Sirena Beach Episode Guide
» Episode 1: The Manta Storm
» Episode 2: The Hotel Lobby's Secret
» Episode 3: Mysterious Hotel Delfino
» Episode 4: The Secret of Casino Delfino
» Episode 5: King Boo Down Below
» Episode 6: Scrubbing Sirena Beach
» Episode 7: Shadow Mario Checks In
» Episode 8: Red Coins in the Hotel
Noki Bay

Noki Bay is the home to a new set of characters: The Nokis. There's large cliffs and seashells - so big that Mario can actually enter them! Piantissimo makes his return here, and there's also a ton of water surrounding the level.

Noki Bay Episode Guide
» Episode 1: Uncork the Waterfall
» Episode 2: Boss of the Tricky Ruins
» Episode 3: Red Coins in a Bottle
» Episode 4: Eely Mouth's Dentist
» Episode 5: Piantissimo's Surf Swim
» Episode 6: The Shell's Secret
» Episode 7: Shadow Mario on the Loose
» Episode 8: The Red Coin Fish
Pianta Village

Pianta Village is the home of the Piantas. This level includes giant mushrooms underneath the village which Mario can jump on. The Fluff Festival is also found here, as well as a giant Chain Chomp that runs rampant.

Pianta Village Episode Guide
» Episode 1: Chain Chomplets Unchained
» Episode 2: Piantissimo's Crazy Climb
» Episode 3: The Goopy Inferno
» Episode 4: Chain Chomp's Bath
» Episode 5: Secret of the Village Underside
» Episode 6: Piantas in Need
» Episode 7: Shadow Mario Runs Wild
» Episode 8: Fluff Festival Coin Hunt
Corona Mountain

Corona Mountain is a giant inferno of lava and fire which leads up to the final battle between Mario and Bowser. This level doesn't have any episodes. It's not long, but it is very, very difficult. The lava is hot, so a boat must be used. Anytime the boat hits rock, it'll sink. Afterwards, Mario must hop from one cloud to another to reach Bowser.