Peach's Castle (or the Mushroom Castle) is the main location of SMG4's bloopers. It is the official residence of the monarch of the Mushroom Kingdom, and the primary residence of SMG4 and Princess Peach. It has been present in a majority of bloopers and games, and is especially used in older videos.


Peach's Castle takes on the form of its Super Mario 64 variation. The exterior is made of grey bricks, with four towers at each corner. At the front of the castle is a bridge leading to the double doors to enter the castle. Above them is a stained glass window of Princess Peach. In the center of the castle is a large, two-tiered tower. The castle is roofed with red shingles. Many windows also appear on various walls in the castle.

The interior of the castle has light, cream walls. The flooring consists of both checkerboard tile and red carpet, the latter being used for most stairs, pathways, and side-rooms. The doors to the individual rooms are made of dark-brown wood.

The castle's appearance often changes from time to time. A Gmod version of the castle has a larger building connected to it and the courtyard is located in the left rather than behind. The "complete remake" map has the castle take its version from the game, Super Mario Odyssey.

According to its first appearance in the game Super Mario 64, the castle was completed on June 23, 1996.


First Basement (B1)

The basement contains the sewers and the unused dungeons of the castle, with paintings going to Lethal Lava Land and Dire, Dire Docks and a wall leading to Shifting Sand Land. A room also leads to a lake to the Hazy Maze Cave.

Another room goes from an underwater tunnel to the drain, where the moat can be drained. It has been drained and refilled sometimes, and when drained contains mindless clones of Toads.

Ground Floor (GF)


The most common area shown in the series, with blue walls and a sun carpet in the middle, leading to stairs up to the first floor. There are six doors on the ground floor, with four of them heading to painting rooms and two to the basement.

Painting Rooms included are:

  • Bob-Omb Battlefield
  • Whomp's Fortress
  • Jolly Roger Bay
  • Cool, Cool Mountain

Castle Courtyard

Exiting the two doors that lead to the basement and following the door furthest, leads to the castle courtyard, containing the Star Fountain, with the inscription "L is Real 2401" written.

First Floor (1F)

The first floor of the foyer includes three doors.

  • The door to the left goes to a painting of Peach.
  • The middle door lies stairs to the second floor.
  • The door to the right leads to SMG4's room, and also the security room which controls the castle's defence systems.

Second Floor (2F)

The second floor is a roundabout hall, containing paintings Tall, Tall Mountain and Wet-Dry World. There are also painting rooms containing Snowman's Land and Tiny Huge Island. There are steps that lead to the third floor.

Third Floor (3F)

Clock Room

Also the throne hall, that is where the throne of the monarch of the Mushroom Kingdom is placed in front of a century-old grandfather clock, an heirloom of the Toadstool family. Stairs lead up to the the main tower.

Fourth Floor and Roof (4F)

Basically the floor of where the main tower of the castle stands, with an exit to the outside, to the roof.

Notable residents


While he does have his own house, as shown in many cases, Mario is more commonly seen at the castle. Mario even eats and sleeps at the castle, as shown on numerous occasions. The most likely reason for Mario's common overnight stay is laziness, as he may just not want to go back home.


While not as commonly seen as his brother, Luigi is also a common resident of the castle. Luigi likely stays at the house when not at the castle and when Mario is adventuring, usually spending his time drinking tea, as stated in SM64: Meet the Luigi


Toad may be the most commonly seen character in the entire castle, as he usually appears in the corner in the main room. He doesn't move very much from that specific spot, so Toad is usually caught up in the shenanigans that occur in the castle.

He has attempted to leave the castle many, many times, but he has been thwarted by Mario each time, except in SMG4 Christmas 2019: Mario Alone.


As he does not seem to have any other residence in the bloopers, SMG4 is the main resident of the castle. SMG4 usually spends most of his time cooped up in the right room after the stairs, as his desktop and other editing equipment are commonly shown in that room. Other objects also appear in this room, most commonly a toilet.

Presumably, he was responsible for setting up a defense system that they could use to defend themselves from the Teletubbies during the Purge.


While not staying for long periods of time, Steve commonly castle-crashes at seemingly random occasions, soon following with his signature "Hi guys!" line.


Compared to other main characters, Peach ironically appears very little in the castle. She more commonly appears during or after an incident occurs, such as when the castle burned down in Super Mario 64 Bloopers: Hotel Mario.


Bowser is at some of the bloopers in the castle, but mostly to Steal Peach.

Fishy Boopkins

Fishy Boopkins sometimes pays the castle a visit. During Mario and the T-Pose Virus, he was seen playing cards with Meggy and Bob.


Sometimes, Meggy pays the castle a visit. There is a secret sewer tunnel that connects the castle to Inkopolis.


Bowser's Usurping

Bowser's NEW Castle

The NEW Bowser's Castle

Bowser, during the events of SM64: The Adventures Of Mario And Luigi Ep 2 and Episode 3, temporarily usurped the castle and turned it into a second Bowser's Castle for him to reign in. The usurped castle would receive a massive appearance change from it's original state. The ground became a military green with green "spinny shy guys" standing guard and torches at the shoreline.

The castle itself uses dark shades of grey along with windows with black outlines and orange insides. The castle's glass pane showing Princess Peach has also been replaced with a giant Bowser crest that apparently allows Bowser to broadcast on it in order to taunt the brothers. Bowser's usurping of the castle lasted until SM64: The Adventures Of Mario And Luigi Ep 3 with the castle and it's grounds presumably being fixed sometime before SM64: The Adventures Of Mario And Luigi Ep 4.

Grand Dad's Usurping

When Mario lets Grand Dad out of the bootleg dimension in SM64: THE BOOTLEG DIMENSION, he turns a bunch of characters and the castle into a ton of bootlegs and a glitchy design respectively but Mario turns it back.

Toad's Destruction

Toad decided to blow it up when he became the president of the Mushroom Kingdom.

Snitch Productions' Usurping

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  • The castle has burned down on many, many separate occasions, but is usually repaired by the time of the next blooper. The arson is almost always committed by Mario.
  • The exact worth of the castle is currently unknown, but the damages for the castle burning to the ground were 2 billion coins, a price not even the princess could afford. However, it was still rebuilt in a later episode.
  • It's revealed in the video "SM64 Bloopers: Can the Villager come out to play?" that the castle was built on the top of an old mansion to which it's connected by the ventilation system. The mansion may connect with the Forgotten Door.
  • Although usually portrayed as SMG4's room, the room on the right has served a number of purposes over the years. These include a bathroom, a general computer room, and Mario's sleeping quarters.
  • This is the most common location that SM64 machinimists use in their bloopers.
  • There is a door that can be used to reach the roof, as shown in SMG4: Mario And The T-Pose Virus.
  • It has a bootlegged counterpart in the Kushroom Mingdom.


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