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For the similarly-named stage in Super Smash Flash, see Peach's Castle.
Princess Peach's Castle
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Princess Peach's Castle in Super Smash Flash 2.
Universe Mario
Appearance Super Smash Flash 2
Home stage for Mario (Super Smash Flash 2)Luigi (Super Smash Flash 2)Peach (Super Smash Flash 2)Bowser (Super Smash Flash 2)Waluigi (Super Smash Flash 2)
Size Medium
Availability Starter
Music track(s)
  • Bob-Omb Battlefield
  • Boss Battle (Super Princess Peach)
Tournament legality Banned

Princess Peach's Castle (ピーチキャッスル) is a starter stage in Super Smash Flash 2, a sprited-version of the stage of the same name from Super Smash Bros. Melee, which in turn is based on the location from Super Mario 64 with the same name.


The stage itself is comprised of three parts: The left side, the right side, and the middle. The right and left side are flat platforms with edges and a small floating stand that rises when a character stands on it. The middle section is comprised of two layers; the bottom layer is a risen, sloped platform with another similar platform on top. The Banzai Bill hazard, seen in the original Melee version, currently appears in the game, along with the colored switches that create temporary platforms and item blocks.


  • The main music track is Bob-Omb Battlefield, an orchestral remix of the main theme of Super Mario 64.
  • The alternate music track is Boss Battle (Super Princess Peach), a dramatic trumpet remix of the boss battle theme from Super Princess Peach.

Tournament legality

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This stage is banned in competitive play. The large raised bit in the middle divides the stage into two and it contains walls that allow infinites.


Princess Peach's Castle in Super Mario 64 DS.

This stage is from Super Smash Bros. Melee. The overall design of the castle in this stage is very accurate to Princess Peach's Castle seen in Super Mario 64; however, the very top spire is gone and the castle itself has been scaled down. Around the castle in Super Mario 64 can be seen a waterfall, some trees, a moat and fences. This stage has all these features except now there is a flower bed in front of the castle. Behind the castle in Super Mario 64 is a courtyard that is filled with Boos. This courtyard and the Boos are absent in this stage.



Early designs