Super Nintendo World has finally arrived at Universal Studios Hollywood, and with it comes the unique Power-Up Bands. By picking one of these up, you’ll gain access to several interactable elements of the area. These include Bowser Jr. Shadow Showdown, the ability to keep track of coins you’ve gained during your visit, and (for all you completionists out there) a special achievement system! 

 

 

As seen in Super Mario 3D World, opportunities to unlock Stamps are scattered around Super Nintendo World. These won’t be finding their way to Miiverse, but instead are a great way to approach the area — how many can you get in a visit, and which ones will you take on next time?

Read on to learn how to access Stamps, and a full list of the Stamp achievements at Super Nintendo World in Hollywood. 

 

How to access Stamps at Super Nintendo World

 

The first step is to download the Universal Studios Hollywood app:

 

 

Once you have the app, you’ll want to access the Super Nintendo World content. You can find this right on the app’s home screen.

At this point, you’ll need to have a Power-Up Band to track your Stamp progress. These can be purchased at various shops at the park, most prominently the 1-Up Factory gift shop in Super Nintendo World itself, and via automated kiosks in the heart of the land. 

In the Super Nintendo World app, tap the pink Options tab, and then “Add Band.” Follow the directions to sync your Power-Up Band to your app/account, and you’re ready to make the most of your Super Nintendo World visit!

 

Can you get all Super Nintendo World Stamps in a single visit?

 

Put simply — you cannot. Due to some being seasonal (and one potentially being permanently missable after the area’s first month of operation), it’s impossible to get all Stamps in a single Super Nintendo World visit. 

 

How many Stamps can you unlock at Super Nintendo World?

 

The full Super Nintendo World Stamp menu is divided into three sections, based on where the Stamp can be found and what it requires to unlock: 

 

  • Super Nintendo World
  • Super Mario Land
  • Mario Kart

 

Across these three, the total number is 128 Stamps at Super Nintendo World. 

You can track these, and access the lists themselves, by tapping the yellow Stamp button on the app’s Home screen. 

 

 

List of Stamps at Super Nintendo World

 

Super Nintendo World

 

  • Golden Star – Collect all the golden stamps – 200 coins (one time)
  • Super Mushroom – Collect a Super Mushroom power-up – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Fire Flower – Collect a Fire Flower power-up – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Super Star – Collect a Super Star power-up – 65 coins (repeatable)
  • Turnip – Collect a Turnip power-up – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • 1-Up Mushroom – Collect a 1-Up Mushroom power-up – 65 coins (repeatable)
  • Super Leaf – Collect a Super Leaf power-up – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Super Bell – Get the Super Bell – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Super Acorn – Get the Super Acorn – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Playing with Power – Get all the power-ups – 125 coins (one time)
  • Moneybags – Earn 5,000 coins – 35 coins (one time)
  • Coin Collector – Earn 25,000 coins – 65 coins (one time)
  • Treasure Hunter – Earn 100,000 coins – 125 coins (one time)
  • Top 1000 Score – Achieve a Top 1000 score on the daily leaderboard – 125 coins (once per day)
  • Top 10 Daily – Achieve a Top 10 score on the daily leaderboard – 175 coins (once per day)
  • Who’s the Boss – Achieve a Top 1000 score on the Bowser Jr. Shadow Showdown leaderboard – 125 coins (once per day)
  • Super Boss – Achieve a Top 10 score on the Bowser Jr. Shadow Showdown leaderboard – 175 coins (once per day)
  • Top Super Racer – Achieve a Top 10 score on the Mario Kart leaderboard – 175 coins (once per day)
  • Team Crown – Win a team crown in the hourly Team Competition – 100 coins (repeatable)
  • Top Racer – Achieve a Top 1000 score on the Mario Kart leaderboard – 125 coins (once per day)
  • Royalty – Earn more than 1 crown in a day in the hourly Team Competition – 125 coins (once per day)
  • Land Explorer – Complete all activities on your Super Mario Land map – 300 coins (only once)
  • Fall Fun – Visit Super Nintendo World between September 1 and November 30 – 15 coins (only once)
  • Summer Sun – Visit Super Nintendo World between June 1 and August 31 – 15 coins (only once)
  • Spring Break – Visit Super Nintendo World between March 1 and May 31 – 15 coins (only once)
  • Winter Wonder – Visit Super Nintendo World between December 1 and February 29 – 15 coins (only once)
  • Happy New Year – Visit Super Nintendo World between January 1 and January 15 – 55 coins (only once)
  • Opening Month – Visit Super Nintendo World during the opening month – 125 coins (only once)
  • Halloween Treat – Visit Super Nintendo World during October – 55 coins (only once)
  • Holiday Party – Visit Super Nintendo World during December – 55 coins (only once)
  • 8-Bit Mario – Find 8-Bit Mario – 45 coins (only once)
  • 8-Bit Luigi – Find 8-Bit Luigi – 45 coins (only once)
  • 8-Bit Peach – Find 8-Bit Peach – 45 coins (only once)
  • 8-Bit Bowser – Find 8-Bit Bowser – 45 coins (only once)
  • Pixel Perfect – Find all 8-Bit characters – 100 coins (only once)
  • Meet Mario – Meet Mario – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Meet Luigi – Meet Luigi – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Checkpoint Flag – Touch the Checkpoint Flag – 15 coins (only once)
  • Meet Peach – Meet Peach – 35 coins (repeatable)

 

Super Mario Land

 

  • Golden Mushroom – Defeat Bowser Jr. – 65 coins (repeatable)
  • Brick Block – Punch any Brick Block – 15 coins (only once)
  • ? Block – Punch any ? Block – 15 coins (only once)
  • POW Block – Punch a POW Block – 25 coins (only once)
  • Block Breaker – Punch every block in Super Nintendo World – 100 coins (only once)
  • Question Master – Punch every ? Block in one day – 80 coins (once per day)
  • Block Buster – Punch a total of 250 blocks – 100 coins (only once)
  • Pick out Pikmin – Use the Binoculars to zoom in on the Pikmin on Mt. Beanpole – 65 coins (only once) 
  • Comet Get It – Use the Binoculars to zoom in on Rosalina – 65 coins (only once)
  • Hidden Key – After you defeat Bowser Jr. in his Shadow Showdown, use the Binoculars to find a hidden key – 100 coins (once per day)
  • Binoculars – View Super Nintendo World through the Binoculars – 25 coins (only once)
  • Sky’s the Limit – Use the Binoculars to zoom in on the airship – 65 coins (only once)
  • Goomba Crazy Crank – Play the Goomba Crazy Crank game – 25 coins (only once)
  • Goomba Crazy Crank Skilled – Beat Goomba Crazy Crank 2 times – 55 coins (only once)
  • Goomba Crazy Crank Expert – Beat Goomba Crazy Crank 5 times – 80 coins (only once)
  • Goomba Crazy Crank Master – Beat Goomba Crazy Crank on the hardest difficulty level – 80 coins (only once)
  • Goomba Crazy Crank Bonus – Beat Goomba Crazy Crank with a bonus – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Goomba Crazy Crank Key – Get the Goomba Crazy Crank key – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Koopa Troopa POWer Punch – Play Koopa Troopa POWer Punch – 25 coins (only once)
  • Koopa Troopa POWer Punch Skilled – Beat Koopa Troopa POWer Punch 2 times – 55 coins (only once)
  • Koopa Troopa POWer Punch Expert – Beat Koopa Troopa POWer Punch 5 times – 80 coins (only once)
  • Koopa Troopa POWer Punch Master – Beat Koopa Troopa POWer Punch on the hardest difficulty level – 80 coins (only once)
  • Koopa Troopa POWer Punch Bonus – Beat Koopa Troopa POWer Punch with a bonus – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Koopa Troopa POWer Punch Key – Get the Koopa Troopa POWer Punch key – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Piranha Plant Nap Mishap – Play Piranha Plant Nap Mishap – 25 coins (only once)
  • Piranha Plant Nap Mishap Skilled – Beat Piranha Plant Nap Mishap 2 times – 55 coins (only once)
  • Piranha Plant Nap Mishap Expert – Beat Piranha Plant Nap Mishap 5 times – 80 coins (only once)
  • Piranha Plant Nap Mishap Master – Beat Piranha Plant Nap Mishap on the hardest difficulty level – 80 coins (only once)
  • Piranha Plant Nap Mishap Bonus – Beat Piranha Plant Nap Mishap with a bonus – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Piranha Plant Nap Mishap Key – Get the Piranha Plant Nap Mishap key – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Thwomp Panel Panic – Play Thwomp Panel Panic – 25 coins (only once)
  • Thwomp Panel Panic Expert – Beat Thwomp Panel Panic 5 times – 80 coins (only once)
  • Thwomp Panel Panic Master – Beat Thwomp Panel Panic on the hardest difficulty level – 80 coins (only once)
  • Thwomp Panel Panic Skilled – Beat Thwomp Panel Panic 2 times – 55 coins (only once)
  • Thwomp Panel Panic Bonus – Beat Thwomp Panel Panic with a bonus – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Thwomp Panel Panic Key – Get the Thwomp Panel Panic key – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • Master Key – Collect all keys from the key challenges – 80 coins (only once)
  • Boss Battler – Collect 3 keys to gain access to Bowser Jr.’s Lair – 65 coins (only once)
  • Bowser Jr. Block – Punch the Bowser Jr. Block – 45 coins (only once)
  • Toy Chest – Unlock Bowser Jr.’s Toy Chest – 35 coins (only once)
  • Flying ? Block – Punch a flying ? Block in Bowser Jr. Shadow Showdown – 25 coins (only once)
  • Fire Fighter – Defeat an enemy with a Fireball – 25 coins (only once)
  • Koopa Paratroopa – Defeat a Koopa Paratroopa in Bowser Jr. Shadow Showdown – 25 coins (only once)
  • Bowser Jr. Skilled – Defeat Bowser Jr. 2 times in the Shadow Showdown – 55 coins (only once)
  • Defeat a Piranha Plant – Defeat a Piranha Plant in Bowser Jr. Shadow Showdown – 35 coins (only once)
  • Perfect Battle – Win Bowser Jr. Shadow Showdown without taking damage – 175 coins (repeatable)
  • Bowser Jr. Expert – Defeat Bowser Jr. 5 times in the Shadow Showdown – 100 coins (only once)
  • Spectacular Win – Defeat Bowser Jr. with a group average above 20 coins – 100 coins (repeatable)
  • 30 Coins – Collect 30 or more coins in a single battle with Bowser Jr. – 15 coins (repeatable)
  • Bowser Jr. Hero – Defeat Bowser Jr. with the highest individual score – 125 coins (repeatable)
  • 55 Coins – Collect 55 or more coins in a single battle with Bowser Jr. – 40 coins (repeatable)
  • 100 Coins – Collect 100 cumulative coins over all your battles with Bowser Jr. – 55 coins (only once)
  • 300 Coins – Collect 300 cumulative coins over all your battles with Bowser Jr. – 80 coins (only once)

 

Mario Kart

 

  • Golden Cup – Take a ride on Mario Kart – 65 coins (repeatable)
  • Start Coin Bonus – Get the Start Coin bonus at the starting line in Mario Kart – 65 coins (repeatable)
  • Super Mario Pro – Get to the finish line without hitting any Team Mario racers – 100 coins (repeatable)
  • Super Mario Karter – Ride Mario Kart 5 times – 125 coins (only once)
  • Mario Karter – Ride Mario Kart 2 times – 55 coins (only once)
  • Secret Block 4 – Find and hit the secret block inside the haunted mansion where the Boos are – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Secret Block 5 – Find and hit the secret block in the clouds where the Koopa Paratroopas are – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Secret Block Collector – Find and hit all of the secret blocks on the Mario Kart course – 125 coins (only once)
  • Secret Block 2 – Find and hit the secret block in the underwater area where the Cheep Cheeps are – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Secret Block 3 – Find and hit the secret block in the area near the school of Fish Bones – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Secret Block 1 – Find and hit the secret block in the area where the Piranha Plants are – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Secret Block 6 – Find and hit the secret block hidden in the volcanic area where Lava Bowse appears – 45 coins (repeatable)
  • Expert Shooter – Land 3 consecutive hits on enemies – 15 coins (repeatable)
  • Sharp Shooter – Land 10 consecutive hits on enemies – 35 coins (repeatable)
  • On the Mark – Land 20 consecutive hits on enemies – 65 coins (repeatable)
  • Bye-Bye, Bowser – Hit Bowser and all the Koopalings in a single race on Mario Kart – 125 coins (repeatable)
  • Bowser Bruiser – Hit Bowser with a shell 10 times total on Mario Kart – 65 coins (only once)
  • Bowser Buster – Hit Bowser with a shell 25 times total on Mario Kart – 100 coins (only once)
  • Koopa Krunch – Defeat 5 Koopa Paratroopas total on Mario Kart – 25 coins (only once)
  • Boo Who? – Defeat 5 Boos total on Mario Kart – 25 coins (only once)
  • Cheep Shot – Defeat 5 Cheep Cheeps total on Mario Kart – 25 coins (only once)
  • Lava Bowser – Hit Lava Bowser with a shell 20 times total on Mario Kart – 100 coins (only once)
  • Mega Fish Bone – Hit Mega Fish Bone with a shell 20 times total on Mario Kart – 100 coins (only once)
  • Drifter – Successfully drift and achieve the maximum number of coins for three turns in a row – 45 coins (only once)
  • Drift Master – Successfully drift each turn in the ride – 45 coins (only once)
  • Drift Apprentice – Successfully drift 12 turns in a single ride – 45 coins (only once)
  • Place in the Race – Finished in…not exactly first place in your race in Mario Kart – 25 coins (only once)
  • Pocket Change – Collect 100 or more coins in a single ride on Mario Kart – 25 coins (repeatable)
  • Perfectionist – Collect 200 or more coins in a single ride on Mario Kart – 125 coins (repeatable)
  • Coin Master – Collect 1,000 coins total on Mario Kart – 150 coins (only once)
  • Coin Keeper – Collect 500 coins total on Mario Kart – 100 coins (only once)
  • Top Kart – Get the highest individual coin score in your kart on Mario Kart – 125 coins (repeatable)
  • Top Racer – Get the highest individual coin score between the two Mario Karts in the race – 250 coins (repeatable)
  • First Place – Finish in 1st place on Mario Kart – 100 coins (only once)
  • Pro Racer – Finish in 1st place 5 times on Mario Kart – 150 coins (only once)
  • Trophy Hunter – Finish in 1st place 2 times on Mario Kart – 125 coins (only once)

 

Gallery

 

Here are a few examples of what stamps will look like in the app!

 

 

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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.