Does Super Mario Wonder Have Secret Characters? – Answered

I wonder, I wonder.

A Super Mario Bros. Wonder screenshot of Mario, Toad, Luigi, and Peach playing simultaneously.
Image via Super Mario Bros. Wonder Official Site

Everyone loves video game secrets, especially secret characters. A game like Super Mario Bros. Wonder, with its emphasis on surprises and impressive playable cast lineup, naturally leads players to wonder if any secret characters are hidden in the game.

Are There Secret Characters in Super Mario Wonder?

Super Mario Bros. Wonder does not have any secret playable characters, giving the game a total of 12 playable characters.

When it comes to secret characters in general, Captain Toad is hidden across different worlds, and gives players rewards for finding him.

List of all Playable Characters in Mario Wonder

Because there are no secret playable characters in Super Mario Bros. Wonder, the complete list of playable characters is as follows:

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Peach
  • Daisy
  • Yellow Toad
  • Blue Toad
  • Toadette 
  • Yoshi
  • Red Yoshi
  • Yellow Yoshi
  • Light Blue Yoshi
  • Nabbit

What are the Differences Between Super Mario Bros. Wonder’s Playable Characters?

All characters play the same as each other, with the exception of the Yoshis and Nabbit. Neither the Yoshi’s nor Nabbit will take any damage, but they also won’t be affected by power-ups as a trade-off

There are hidden blocks across the stages that are visible only for certain characters, but every character can hit them even when they’re invisible.

Are There Any Unlockable Characters in Super Mario Bros. Wonder?

There are no unlockable characters in Super Mario Bros. Wonder. All playable characters are available to select from the start of the game.

If you need help finding some of Super Mario Bros. Wonder’s Wonder Seeds, check out our guide on Wonder Seed #3.

About the Author

Niki Fakhoori

Niki’s love for video games encompasses a wide range of genres, but she is especially fond of RPGs, adventure games, visual novels, simulation games, and fighting games. Her favorite video game-related pastime is asking her unwieldy backlog why she doesn’t have any new games to play. When she isn’t playing or writing about video games, she’s playing with cats, journaling, painting, or obsessing over the latest news in the world of stationery and planners.