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This article is about the cards in Super Mario Bros. 3. For the items in the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series also known as "cards", see Mini Mario Card. For other kinds of cards, see Category:Cards.
The player obtained three Stars and received 5-UP.

Cards are collectibles found at the goal in Super Mario Bros. 3. The player acquires one out of a roulette every time a course is cleared; the pictures depicted are Mushrooms, Flowers and Stars. Once three are collected, the player is given a 1-Up prize: one if they do not match, two if Mushrooms, three if Flowers, and five if Stars.

Cards can also be obtained via the 2 Player Game, specifically upon initiating the Mario Bros. competitive game. Hitting the other player from the floor below like an enemy, stomping on them, or using the POW Block while they are on a platform will shake a card out of them, which will proceed to bounce around until it is reclaimed, stolen, or lost. In the boxes and ladders bonus stage, it is possible to get a fourth type of card which looks like a flame. This glitched card can award many lives in combination with other cards but can also crash the game.[1][2][3]

Cards also appear with a different function in the N-Mark Spade Panel. They show various items in a card-matching setup, and matching two cards will automatically add that item to the inventory. Flipping two unlike cards twice or getting all 18 correct will end the diversion.

In Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, cards from the end of levels are renamed panels in-game; however, the ones from the N-Mark Spade Panel mini-game are still referred to as cards.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning


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Treasure ship[edit]

The treasure ship can be unlocked on worlds 1, 3, 5 and 6 (i. e. those that do not have custom Hammer Brother variations).

To do so, you must beat any level while fulfilling the following requirements:

  • Your coin total must be a multiple of 11 (such as 11, 22, 33, 44,..., but not 00)
  • The tens digit of your score must match the digit of your coin score (i. e. 22350 points and 55 coins).

If these requirements are fulfilled at the end of the level, one of the Hammer Bros. will transform into the treasure ship.

  • This ship is similar to the airships, but filled with coins for you to collect. Be sure to jump up at the middle to not get crushed by the screen.
  • Before the pipe, there's a hidden 1-up mushroom.
  • Inside the ship, you'll have to fight against two Boomerang Bros. to beat the treasure ship.

N-Spade game solutions[edit]

The following table will present all eight of the possible N-Spade mini game solutions. When a new N-Spade game has begun, one of these eight pre-configured solutions will be chosen at random. Once you can determine which pattern has been chosen, you can reference this chart to uncover all of the items.

To determine which solution to follow, try turning over the first (leftmost) card in the middle and bottom rows. Of the eight possibilities, only two solutions have the same contents for these cards; a 10 coin card and a star. If you don't find the 10 coin card and a star, you will know exactly which solution to follow. If you do find them, turn over the third card from the left on the bottom. If you find another star, uncover the first one that you found in the corner. If you find a 20 coin card instead, it's match is immediately to the left. Note that the last (rightmost) three cards in the bottom row are always the same for every pattern.

Secret King messages[edit]

Beat the boss of any world with either the Frog, Tanooki or Hammer Suit. The king will then say a different message.

  • Frog Suit: Oh me, oh my! You've been transformed! Shall I change you back with this wand?
  • Tanooki Suit: Thank you, kind raccoon. Please tell me your name.
  • Hammer Suit: Hey, you! How about lending me your clothes? No dice?! What a drag.

Unlimited items[edit]

Find a map with one or more of Toad's mushroom treasure houses (Worlds 1-7), open a chest to get items. Die 5 times (or try a hard level 5 times) to get Game Over. After a game over, go to Toad's treasure house again and pick up items. You will keep all items even after a game over, so this is a great way to stockpile items.

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N-Mark Spade Panel

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N-Mark Spade Panels,[1] also known as Matching Game Panels,[2]Card Matching Games,[3]Matching Game spaces,[4] or N-Spades,[5] are Spade Panels in Super Mario Bros. 3 that appear on the world map for every 80,000 points gained. Whenever Mario or Luigi move onto an N-Mark Spade Panel, they are automatically taken in, unlike other panels.

When drawn into an N-Mark Spade Panel, Mario or Luigi must play a card game hosted by a Toad titled the Matching Game.[6] The goal is to flip over two cards, each depicting an item, every turn to try and match a pair. For each card pair successfully matched, Mario or Luigi win that prize for their inventory, for a total of nine prizes per game. If Mario or Luigi mismatch twice, the minigame ends. Once all of the card pairs have been matched, the cards reset the next time around. Even if Mario or Luigi are unsuccessful at matching every card pair, the ones that they did match remain flipped over the next time they play the minigame.


All Combos[edit]

The game randomly selects one of eight predefined configurations. Here are the possible combinations. The fourth, fifth, and sixth cards from the left on the bottom row will always be a Super Mushroom, a Fire Flower, and a Starman, respectively.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
N Māku Supēdo Paneru
N-Mark Spade Panel


  1. ^Super Mario Bros. 3 English instruction booklet, page 22.
  2. ^Nintendo Power Volume 13, page 10.
  3. ^Super Mario All-Stars Player's Guide, page 110.
  4. ^The Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 Player's Guide, page 11.
  5. ^Hodgson, David S J. Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Page 23.
  6. ^NES Game Atlas Nintendo Player's Guide, page 41.
  7. ^Super Mario Bros. 3 Japanese instruction booklet, page 19.
  8. ^Super Mario Bros. Enciclopedia; pag. 43
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The following are the locations of the two N-Cards.

World 1 N-Card has two appearances in the first level. It is a match two and win game, with two chances of losing. Items to match: 10 Coins, twenty coins, Star, Mushroom, Fire Flower, and a 1-Up Chest.

N-Card Boards


The three possible N-Card board layouts.

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