Dr. Rosalina, Dr. Luma, new Super Mario Galaxy assistants added to Dr. Mario World | Nintendo Wire

Super Mario Galaxy has invaded Dr. Mario World! Two more doctors, Dr. Rosalina and Dr. Luma, have been added to the mobile game along with four new assistant characters: Star Bunny, Honey Queen, Octoomba, and Bomb Boo.

 

 

Like other doctor characters, both Dr. Rosalina and Dr. Luma come equipped with their own skills; in Stage Mode, using Dr. Rosalina allows the player to move capsule pieces that have stopped moving for seven additional seconds.

In Versus Mode, her skill randomly changes the form of two viruses in an opponent’s stage.

Meanwhile, Dr. Luma’s Stage Mode skill causes viruses in the stage’s lowest six rows to move upward until they collide with another object — with “some exceptions” (what “exceptions” these are aren’t clear).

In Versus Mode, Dr. Luma’s skill causes viruses in the lowest five rows to move upward until they collide with another object — again, with some “exceptions.”

The four new assistants, Star Bunny, Honey Queen, Octoomba, and Bomb Boo also boast skills of their own.

In Stage Mode, Star Bunny grants the player a 10% chance of full-size rainbow capsules with the rainbow meter fills; in Versus Mode, if an opponent attacks, Star Bunny will grant the player a 30% chance the next capsule they receive will be a rainbow one.

Honey Queen’s Stage Mode skill gives the player a 10% chance that a skill charger will appear on stage start; Honey Queen’s Versus Mode skill grants the player a 30% chance a skill charger on stage start.

In Stage Mode, Octoomba grants the player a 10% chance of having a half-full skill meter on stage start; in Versus Mode, Octoomba decreases time until the player and their opponent’s stages begin to shrink by 10%.

Bomb Boo’s Stage Mode skill grants the player a 5% chance of getting three extra capsules when the number of capsules remaining reaches three; in Versus Mode, Bomb Boo grants the player a 50% chance of a half-full skill meter on stage start.

The reveal video makes sure to note that these effects are limited to skill “level 1,” and that raising each sill level will change the skill’s effects.

What’re your thoughts on the new additions to Dr. Mario World? Let us know in the comments!

 

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Written by Daniel Dell-Cornejo

Daniel is an editor at Nintendo Wire. Always with his head in the clouds, he is never apart from his creative thoughts – a blessing for an aspiring fiction writer. As a journalist and lifelong gamer, he aims to provide readers with the very best in Nintendo coverage.

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