Episode 250 – The Final Level

It’s finally here! The fifth anniversary episode of The Lost Levels! …And sadly, also, the last episode of our podcast. Yes, it’s true. Episode 250 is the final episode of the podcast. We’ve come a long way over the last five years, but we’ve all decided that now is a good time to close the book on our long history. We thank everyone for all the support we’ve gotten over the years! We have pulled out all the stops to make sure we have an amazing final podcast! What’s one amazing thing we did? This podcast is not only in audio form… but VIDEO form too! See the faces behind the voices on our YouTube account!

This episode is filled with memories and good vibes, along with listener messages and heartfelt goodbyes. There was so much to say that the podcast is… 5+ hours long!!! We had to split it into 2 parts because it was so long, we’ll detail what each part consists of below. We hope you all enjoy it and help us say good-bye to The Lost Levels Podcast! Thank you all for all the support!


The Lost Levels play some podcast games from the past! Including Superlatives, Nintendo Alphabet game, and a Nintendo quiz show! We also go over EACH AND EVERY of our past 250 episodes! At the end, we read some of our mailbag; questions sent in by you the listeners! SpiderStaryu, Dark Boo, Sol, and SuperZambezi are all present in this one! All on webcam too!


Download: MP3 (03:30:38)


Now that we’ve had our fun in Part 1, see a different side of The Lost Levels in this very emotional closing of the podcast. We talk about our thoughts on one another (and one word/adjective we would use to describe each member!), hopes for the future, and if we would consider doing a re-union in the future.

SpiderStaryu, SuperZambezi, Dark Boo, Toadette and Timmy are present in this one!
*Toadette and Timmy may not be on webcam with us, but they left us a goodbye message, so your other Lost Levels get to say goodbye too!


Download: MP3 (02:12:55)


 SuperZambezi  DarkBoo  SpiderStaryu  Sol Toadette Timmy


I am a joyful 19 year old dude who loves everything Nintendo, particularly Mario, Metroid, Pokemon, and Kirby. I have plenty of roles through out the MPL network, which include: Being an Admin of the MPL Forums, being a Writer here on the website, and also being part of MPL's podcast, The Lost Levels. Outside of MPL, I'm a Let's Player on YouTube.

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  • ImpaDude

    That was amazing. This podcast has been so much fun for me to listen to. I think you all are so talented and I’m going to miss this podcast because y’all are a family, and one of the closest I’ve ever seen.


    Congrats on the podcast, it’s s shame it has to come to an end but all good things to eventually and it was a good ride.

  • Jimmy Le

    hey when can guys announce mario party on the nintendo switch

  • CuriousUser

    Please do more Podcasts. Why would you stop, after all we did for you? I supported you all very deeply and loved getting to know you, in terms of your gaming experiences and thoughts and such. You promised another Podcast where us listeners would submit great tracks to be heard of again, like you did in the N64 Music Podcast (SZ even said of a next time here: http://disq.us/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fthelostlevels.mariopartylegacy.com%2F2016%2F09%2Fepisode-233-gamecube-15th-anniversary%2F&key=KJXQEGCTH9ZS387rFZkp9Q, as did SpiderStaryu on Twitter). The Podcast is one of MPL’s Key Features, and we love getting to know of you. I even did a video to celebrate the 4th Anniversary along with MPL’s 8th Anniversary, and put dedication to you in one of my SMM Levels. I quite liked MPL in general of how it keeps up to date with all things Mario and Nintendo Themselves in general, please bring back the MPL I knew of for over 3 years. For the love of those who liked it that there’s a place like that, where I’ve gotten to know some nice people. It’s though that we still chat with each other in Miitomo. Might I also so that so much has been fading online lately as well as MPL. I’ve even been impressed that they’ve been able to go to E3 every year since 2014 (except last year due to there being no Mario Games to play).