Super Mario Galaxy: How Many Stars And Worlds/Galaxies Are There?

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Super Mario 3D All-Stars was announced September 3rd.

It's a remake containing Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy and is playable on the Nintendo Switch.

Here's how many stars and galaxies are in Super Mario Galaxy!

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How Many Stars Are There?

Overall you can collect 121 stars.

Some players say you can get 242, due to playing the game through again with Luigi.

Find out how to play as Luigi by clicking here!

How Many Worlds/Galaxies Are There?

The main hub for the game is the Comet Observatory.

It's a spaceship containing six domes which lead to the 42 worlds/galaxies.

Here's a list of all of the Galaxies:


  • Good Egg Galaxy
  • Honeyhive Galaxy
  • Loopdeeloop Galaxy
  • Flipswitch Galaxy
  • Bowser Jr.'s Robot Reactor


  • Space Junk Galaxy
  • Battlerock Galaxy
  • Rolling Green Galaxy
  • Hurry-Scurry Galaxy
  • Bowser's Star Reactor


  • Beach Bowl Galaxy
  • Ghostly Galaxy
  • Bubble Breeze Galaxy
  • Buoy Base Galaxy
  • Bowser Jr.'s Airship Armada


  • Gusty Garden Galaxy
  • Freezeflame Galaxy
  • Dusty Dune Galaxy
  • Honeyclimb Galaxy
  • Bowser's Dark Matter Plant

Engine Room

  • Gold Leaf Galaxy
  • Sea Slide Galaxy
  • Toy Time Galaxy
  • Bonefin Galaxy
  • Bowser Jr.'s Lava Reactor


  • Deep Dark Galaxy
  • Dreadnought Galaxy
  • Melty Molten Galaxy
  • Matter Splatter Galaxy

Comet Observatory

Below are the galaxies found on the Comet Observatory which require feeding a hungry Luma.

  • Gateway Galaxy
  • Sweet Sweet Galaxy
  • Sling Pod Galaxy
  • Drip Drop Galaxy
  • Bigmouth Galaxy
  • Sand Spiral Galaxy
  • Snow Cap Galaxy
  • Boo's Boneyard Galaxy
  • Bowser's Galaxy Reactor


  • Rolling Gizmo Galaxy
  • Loopdeeswoop Galaxy
  • Bubble Blast Galaxy
  • Grand Finale Galaxy