Super Princess Peach is an adventure game for the Nintendo DS, and Nintendo's first game with Princess Peach as the main playable character. The first game with Peach as a playable character is Super Mario Bros. 2. In this game, the roles are reversed. Bowser kidnaps Mario, Luigi and the Mushroom Kingdom Toads and it's up to Peach to save them.


Vibe Island is a mysterious island not far from the Mushroom Kingdom, but hardly ever spoken of, as it contains great power. Bowser hears of Vibe Island, and builds a summer villa there. A few of his minions discover the legendary Vibe Scepter, and Bowser plots to use it as revenge on Mario and Luigi. While Princess Peach is taking a stroll, Bowser's minions head to Peach's Castle and send a Goomba in to use the scepter to cause chaos so they can capture the brothers. The minions charge in once the scepter is in activation, and captures Mario, Luigi, Toad, and other Toads. The minions report back to Bowser, but the Goomba starts to cause chaos in the villa by waving the scepter. Everyone is either happy, angry, or sad. Back at the castle, the Princess returns from her walk with Toadsworth and a Toad and all are shocked to see the castle. They go inside to find everyone extremely happy, raging with anger, or nonstop crying. One Toad sees the letter Bowser left for them, explaining they captured Mario. Princess Peach, in rage, proclaims she will rescue them, as she has been saved by them many times.

Before Peach departs, Toadsworth gives the princess an unordinary umbrella named Perry, who will journey along with Peach in the worlds. Perry can talk, and later is seen with a sad backstory revealed as the player adventures.

World Menu


DS Pad - Select

DS A - Confirm

DS L - Menu

DS R - Shop

DS B - Go Back




When the player defeats the enemy, they will appear on the glossary of enemies.


  • Luigi has unused sprites in the game.
  • The Koopalings were supposed to appear as bosses, but got scrapped out for unknown reasons.
  • The early version used different graphics, compared to the final version.