DUN NUNUNUNA. DUN NUNUNUNA.

Everyone remembers that cheery music on world 1-1. It’s classic and invokes a very happy-go-lucky nature that a lot of Mario levels would carry on throughout the years. But then you jump to the top of that first flagpole, and you walk inside that castle, and everything changes. It’s dark and mysterious, and the music has more of a cautious and danger inducing feel to it… and then we just jump straight into the black abyss below. Sound about right? Did we just retell your childhood? Thought so.

This 550 piece puzzle showcases one of our favorite plumbers traversing the depths of world 1-2 in one of the pipe rooms. Explore the dungeon and stomp those Goombas on your way to the exit. And by exit, we mean jumping on top of the wall near the end to get to the secret pipes. Why did Bowser put those in there, anyway?

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