Super Mario Odyssey Guide: All Power Moons Location, Map And Walkthrough

Super Mario Odyssey is available now exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. The game offers collectibles in the form of purple coins and power moons. You can use the purple coins to purchase new type of outfits for your main character while the power moons are reserved for secrets and other unlockables. There are more than 900 power moons to collect in the game and some of them are quite tricky to figure out and are hidden throughout each kingdom.

How To Get All Power Moons In Cap Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

There are more than 17 power moons to collect in the Cap Kingdom and after post-game, the number jumps up to 31. The video guide below covers some of them.

How To Get All Power Moons In Cascade Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

There are 25 power moons to collect in the Cascade Kingdom with the number increasing to 40 after post-game.

How To Get All Power Moons In Sand Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

Sand Kingdom is one of the largest in the game with 69 power moons in the start followed by a total of 89 after post-game.

How To Get All Power Moons In Lake Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

There are a total of 17 power moons in the Lake Kingdom and a total of 31 after post-game.

How To Get All Power Moons In Wooded Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

There are close to 54 power moons in the Wooded Kingdom and total number jumps to 74 after post-game.

How To Get All Power Moons In Lost Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

There are 25 power moons in Lost Kingdom and the number jumps to 35 after post-game.

How To Get All Power Moons In Metro Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

There are a total of 66 power moons in the Metro Kingdom and the number jumps to 81 after post-game.

How To Get All Power Moons In Seaside Kingdom In Super Mario Odyssey

This is another big Kingdom with 52 power moons in total and 71 after post-game.

You can read more details about the Power Moons, Purple Coins and additional post-game content from here.

The game was officially released on October 27th exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. It is developed and published by Nintendo.

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