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Bouncing Bullet Bill
Bullet Bills (known as Bill Bala in Spanish and Dàntóu Shāshǒu in China) are recurring enemies in the Super Mario series. When shot out of a Bill Blaster, they lock on to any heat signatures they detect and go after their target. Bullet Bills take the shapes of a gun bullet as their name suggests. Their bullet-like bodies are black and have white arms to steer themselves.
- 1 Game Appearances
- 1.1 Mario Kart series
- 1.2 Super Mario MHL
- 1.3 Super Toad Bros.
- 1.4 Mario & Nintendo All-Stars Racing 2
- 1.5 Super Mario Bros.: The Popstar Crossover
- 1.6 Super Mario Moose
- 1.7 Super Mario: Elemental Journey
- 1.8 Super Mario Moose Deluxe
- 1.9 Mario Tennis: Heroes Vs Villains
- 1.10 Mario & Sonic at the Previous Olympic Games
- 1.11 Super Smash Bros. (arcade)
- 1.12 Koopa Kart series
- 2 Notable Bullet Bills
- 3 Gallery
Mario Kart series
In the Mario Kart series, the Bullet Bill is utilized as an item starting from Mario Kart DS. When activated, the user will rocket down the track at high speeds, knocking over opponents in their path. It also provides them invincibility from every single item, including Lightning and the Blue Spiny Shell. In Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, there is a similar item called the Chain Chomp. In Mario Kart DS and Mario Kart 7, the item can be obtained in 6th, 7th, or 8th place. In Mario Kart Wii, it can be obtained in 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th place.
Bullet Bills appear as items and enemies in Super Mario MHL.
Bullet Bill appears as the boss of Bonus World 2.
Mario & Nintendo All-Stars Racing 2
Bullet Bills appear as items in Mario & Nintendo All-Stars Racing 2. Their appearances are like the past Mario Kart games; they make the player turn into a Bullet Bill and ram into other players for 10 seconds.
Bullet Bills appear as projectiles shot from the cannon of the Mariotank, trying to destroy a enemy tank will take 3 Bullet Bills to destroy, destroying strong enemy tanks aquire 5 Bullet Bills to destroy, it is used to defeat Megatank.
Bullet Bills appear in Super Mario Moose as enemies. They shoot out of Bullet Bill launchers and head in a straight path.
Three new Bullet Bills (Freezy, Firework, and Black Hole) are introduced as well as being the focus of the first set of Fire Stars in the game in the world Firesmoked Hills.
Bullet Bills once again appear in Super Mario Moose Deluxe. They act the same as in the previous game.
Bullet Bill appears in Monty Mole’s Hero Special Shot In Mario Tennis: Heroes Vs Villains. If Monty Moles Villian Gauge is full he can then unleash his Hero Special Shot against Pianta. Once used a cutscene will play that shows Monty Mole hopping into a red dome shaped thing with three cannons. He will then launch three bullet bills out of the three cannons that will lock onto Pianta and hit him launching him back. Monty Mole world then ended off by throwing a Bob-omb at him causing a small explosion. If Pianta uses his Hero Shot Cancel the three Butler Bills will instead turn around and explode the red dome hurting neither of them.
Big Bullet Bill appears as a rival in 100m at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
A Bullet Bill appears as an item in Super Smash Bros. for the arcade.
Koopa Kart series
The Bullet Bill is an item featured in the Koopa Kart series starting from Koopa Kart DS, functioning the same as in Mario Kart. It can be obtained from 8th to 12th place in Koopa Kart DS and Koopa Kart 7 and 11th to 16th place in Koopa Kart Wii and Koopa Kart 8.