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|Boom Boom, as he appears in Super Mario 3D Land.|
Boom Boom is a character from the Mario series who Mario first encountered in Super Mario Bros. 3. He had to be fought in each fortress. Boom Boom has a partner which debuts in Super Mario 3D Land. It is unknown if he is a single entity or a species.
After long absence, Boom Boom appears as the very first Fortress boss in New Super Mario Bros. Omega. His behavior is the same as from Super Mario Bros. 3.
Boom Boom has been confirmed as a boss in this game.
Mario's Continental Drift
Boom Boom was the ruler of the cracks breaking Pangaea into their present day form. Boom Boom was banished to the tropical islands by one of the ten characters.
Boom Boom appears in New Super Mario Baseball, on the Koopalings team. His stats have not been released yet.
Boom Boom appears as an enemy in this game. His stats have not yet been released, but it is rumored that he will be even stronger than a Koopatrol.
Boom Boom is an unlockable light character.
Boom Boom is the first Fortress boss and also the one who returns most, having appearances in six worlds. He fights in a normal room, on a conveyor belt, with Pom Pom on his side. Another smaller Boom Boom can be found on the top of a tower, and one more can be found in a room scaled with falling icicles. He attacks by jumping, spin-jumping, charging, flying, spinning in his shell, and even ground-pounding to create earthquakes.
Boom Boom will appear in Super Mario Madness. His role is the same, but he only serves as a Task Boss similar to Pom Pom and his new partner, Pow Pow. His attacks patterns are unknown but will vary from world to world.
Boom Boom appears as the boss of Dusty Desert's Tower, and appears in the ending with the other bosses in the Island of the Green Sea.
Boom Boom reappears in this game as the boss of Gear Crush Tower, which is located in in World 1: Grassy Hills
Boom Boom appears as the first boss of World 1: Flower Power Plains. He appears as Spiked Boom Boom in World 2: Deserted Desert and as Flying Boom Boom in World 3: Wave Waters.
Boom Boom appears as an unlockable playable character in this racing game.
- Weight: 74%
- Driving Skill: 23%
- Item Power: 62%
- Speed: 33%
Boom Boom is a big koopa specialized in punching. Of course, this henchman of Bowser is not a genius, even in a race the important thing is being smart, but he drives following his instinct. Do not make him angry or he'll give you a punch!
Boom Boom appears in Super Mario Moose as the main antagonist of World Boom Boom, where he has kidnapped Princess Daisy. He is also the boss of the world, where he acts similarly to how he fought in Super Mario 3D Land.
Boom Boom appears again in Super Mario Moose Deluxe, where he is once again the boss of World Boom Boom.
Boom Boom appears in Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch (mainly known as Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Deluxe) as a playable character. He is a Powerful character type and his special move is Spin Shot. He is a starter character. His default partner is Pom Pom. His team name is the Boom Boom Rammers.
Boom Boom appears in Mario Retro Remix, where he is a mini-boss in Swing-Back Tower, which is located in World 1: Meriugne Meadows.
Boom Boom appears as a starting racer in Mario Kart: V² Circuit. He is a heavyweight with a large size. He has average speed, average acceleration, average handling and great traction.
Master Boom Boom
After it was discovered that Boom Boom and Pom Pom where actually part of two seperate species that both had their traits naturally, Boom Boom variations began showing up. The first of which is encountered as a mini-boss in World 6 of New Super Mario Bros. Exploration referred to as a Master Boom Boom. This particular type of Boom Boom is able to destroy weakened blocks and force lava to erupt beneath its feet (in addition to a regular Boom Boom's abilities), it also sports a Bronze coloured Helmet with a Yellow Gem as well as Spiked Gloves which deal more damage than a regular Boom Boom and also has Bronze coloured Kneepads for additional protection. They are able to ignite themselves while performing their Whirling-Punch Flurry allowing them to send a flurry of Fireballs out in random directions.
Being more dangerous than a standard Boom Boom, Master Boom Boom is also able to summon several Banzai Bills to assist it in battle which require Mario to dodge the combination of Fireballs and large enemies.
- In the May 15, 2019 Super Mario Maker 2 Direct, Boom Boom was described as a "mad lad".