Moons in Super Mario Odyssey will be analogous to Shines or Stars from Super Mario Sunshine or Super Mario 64. But where Sunshine and 64 usually only had a handful of those per level, Mario Odyssey will apparently go decidedly far crazier with how many Moons it stuffs per level.

Speaking to Kinda Funny Games, a Nintendo rep on the E3 showfloor confirmed that there can be as many as 30-50 moons in a single level of Super Mario Odyssey– maybe even more. This means that levels will be dense- and no matter what you do, you are bound to find a moon, making your actions consequential. This will be similar to how Breath of the Wild handled its content distribution as well. Super Mario Odyssey is due out exclusively on the Nintendo Switch on October 27.