You must be Cape Mario to find the secret exit. Accelerate at the very beginning and fly up through the ghost ceiling to discover a hidden corridor. The entry point is directly above the starting position.
Vanilla Ghost House is the Vanilla Dome Ghost House level in Super Mario World. This level does not have a secret exit that it shares with Choco-Ghost House.
Lemmy emerges from one of the many pipes that line the floor of the room along with two fakes. Mario must identify the real Lemmy and stomp on him three times to defeat him while dodging a lava bubble bouncing through the room.
The player walks across it, eventually reaching an area with four rotating blocks and a door. The blocks contain a transparent 1-up mushroom, and the door leads to a huge gate that itself gives access to the top-secret area.
Each world features a variety of levels, many with multiple exits. There are 72 levels (not including Yoshi’s House and Top Secret Area), 24 of them have a secret exit for a total of 96 goals in the whole game, and finding them all will reward you.
In Super Mario Run, Yoshi’s house is used to unlock him as a playable character. In this game, the house looks like a giant Yoshi egg. Houses for the playable Red, Blue, Yellow, and Purple Yoshis would be added in an update, all looking the same but with appropriately colored patches.
He is a magician of the turtle tribe who can teleport and use different types of magic.
To defeat Morton, Mario must stomp on him three times. A cutscene shows Mario tearing down the lock after rescuing one of Yoshi’s friends, and Mario is able to enter the Vanilla Dome.
Lemmy Koopa (known as Hip Koopa in the cartoons) is one of the Koopalings, a clan of seven siblings who serve as leaders of the Koopa squad under Bowser (originally thought to be his children). Lemmy is the smallest of the group and is often associated with childish traits due to his stature and personality.
Unlike most ghost houses, the Vanilla Ghost House doesn’t have a secret exit.
The Top Secret Area is a hidden area full of power-ups that Mario and Luigi can use in Super Mario World. The area is behind the donut haunted house and is unlocked by finding the secret exit in this haunted house.
The only way to reach it is to knock down the amazing flying Hammer brother nearby and then jump onto his flying platform. The player can also fly there with a Blue Shell or just a Cape. A roulette block and a 3-up moon can also be found in this level.
There are 96 exits in Super Mario World. The star indicates that you have completed all levels. Recent Mario games (like New Super Mario Bros.