|Game(s)||Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii|
Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii Plus
Ludwig von Koopa
|Joined World||Sky Mountain|
|Previous world||(6) Pumpkin Boneyard|
(C) Sky City (secret)
|Next world||(8) Koopa Planet/Core|
Starry Skies (along with Sky Mountain) is the seventh world in Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii. It follows Sky Mountain and is accessible after completing 7-3: Beanstalk Ascent. Completing Starry Skies allows the players to access a Launch Star which will send them to Koopa Planet.
Starry Skies takes place in outer space. Worlds 7-4, 7-5 and 7-6, which take place in open space, feature reduced gravity resulting in the players jumping higher and falling more slowly. Worlds 7-7 and 7-8 take place in a "star haven," essentially a type of extraterrestrial forest. The latter two levels, along with the tower, castle and airship have normal gravity.
|7-4||Spacedust Heap||An outer space level in which players must navigate floating platforms, many of which are surrounded by Water Bubbles.|
|7-||Electron Tower||A tower which the players must ascend using grabbable Fences while avoiding many Fuzzies. Mega Topman is fought at the top of the tower.|
|7-5||Asteroid Belt||An outer space level in which players must navigate rotating Asteroids, many of which are covered in Amps which will zap the players.|
|7-15x15px||The Blue Switch Palace||The Blue Switch activates all Blue Blocks in the game, allowing the players to reach locations they may not have been able to before.|
|7-6||Spintop Nebula||An outer space level in which players must navigate platforms which fall away as they are stepped upon. Amps and Spiky Topmen seek to hinder the players' progress.|
|7-7||Star Haven||A celestial forest containing Goombas, Koopa Troopas, Venus Fire Traps and pink-colored Spike Tops and Big Spike Tops.|
|7-||Novastar Castle||A castle filled with Lava, moving platforms and Meteor showers raining from above. Players must contend with Bob-ombs, Dry Bones (both normal and Giant) and Podoboos. Mega Topman is fought once again at the end of the stage.|