This is based off something I found on GameSpot several months ago. How it works is, I ask one or more questions about some video game (I may or may not specify the game), and whoever can answer at least one of the questions posts their answers after me. I will post to tell the person if their answer(s) is/are correct. If the next person gets at least one question correct, that person gets to as the next round of questions. For every question they got correct, they get to ask a question of their own. If, for example, I asked three questions, and the next person answered all three but only got two correct, he or she would be allowed to ask up to two questions of their own. Then when somebody answered one of that person's questions correctly, he/she would say so. Also, questions that have not yet been answered correctly are still open for answers.
Get it? Feel free to ask for clarification on anything.
(Oh, by the way: I would recommend sticking to main-series Mario/Donkey Kong Country games. It's not a requirement, just a suggestion. Without that, anybody, including me, could easily ask a question that nobody would be able to answer because it refers to an obscure game.)
To start things off:
1) [medium] Which phases in Yoshi's Island have the most and fewest Middle Rings?
2) [easy] Name the three phases in Super Mario World that have layer 3 tides for the duration of the phase (except the final screen).
3) In Donkey Kong Country 3, when unlocking the Lost World: a) [easy] what must you do to open it up, and b) [medium-easy] if you unlock it as early as you possibly can, how many stages of it will you be able to play and how many Bonus Coins will you have left after paying Boomer?
4) [medium-hard] Without using warp whistles, how many P-wings can you get in one playthrough of Super Mario Bros. 3?