Daisy has appeared in more than 60 games to date, from 1989 to 2017! She is the second most prominent female video game character in terms of appearances, only behind Princess Peach. As one of the most iconic Super Mario characters, she has had several main roles in various fan-made games and other licences don't hesitate to use her image. She also is a subject of numerous mods which allow her to be present in some games in which she isn't officially.
At a Glance
Below are some general series of games that Daisy has appeared in. For a detailed list of each individual game, please scroll down beyond this section.
Official Video Games
Here are Daisy's appearances in the games created by Nintendo and/ or playable on Nintendo systems (with sometimes Sega, Camelot or Hudson for example).
|1||Super Mario Land||1989||Game Boy, Virtual Console||No||Daisy's first appearance. She is the damsel in distress.|
|2||NES Open Tournament Golf||1991||NES, Virtual Console||No||Daisy is Luigi's caddy. It's her first appearance in a spin-off and sports game.|
|3||Super Mario Bros. Print World||1991||PC||No||Daisy's Super Mario Land artwork appears in this game. Princess Peach's color scheme is used however.|
|2000||Nintendo 64, Virtual Console||Yes||Daisy's first playable appearance.|
|2000||Game Boy Color, Virtual Console||No||Daisy appears alongside Peach in the Castle Court's throne room.|
|6||Mario Party 3||2000||Nintendo 64||Yes||Daisy's first playable appearance in a Mario Party game. She's only playable in Party Mode.|
|7||Super Smash Bros. Melee||2001||Nintendo GameCube||No||Daisy has a trophy. Peach also has a costume based on Daisy.|
|8||Mario Party 4||2002||Nintendo GameCube||Yes||Daisy's current design is first seen in this game.|
|9||Mario Party-e||2003||Game Boy Advance||Yes||Daisy's first playable appearance on a handheld. She is only playable in Daisy's Rodeo. This is currently the only game where Daisy is playable and Peach isn't.|
|10||Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour||2003||Nintendo Gamecube||Yes||This is the first game where Daisy's current voice actress Deanna Mustard voices Daisy. Daisy's modern sportswear first appears in this game. This is also the first game where Daisy and Peach are default partners.|
|11||Mario Kart: Double Dash!!||2003||Nintendo GameCube||Yes||Daisy's first appearance in a Mario Kart game. She is teamed up with Peach.|
|12||Mario Party 5||2003||Nintendo GameCube||Yes|
|13||Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party||2004||Arcade||Yes||Daisy's first appearance in an arcade game.|
|14||Mario Power Tennis||2004||Nintendo GameCube||Yes|
|15||Mario Party 6||2004||Nintendo GameCube||Yes|
|16||Yakuman DS||2005||Nintendo DS||Yes||Daisy is unlockable.|
|17||Mario Superstar Baseball||2005||Nintendo GameCube||Yes|
|18||Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party 2||2005||Arcade||Yes|
|19||Mario Kart Arcade GP||2005||Arcade||No||Daisy has a cameo on the Daisy Cruiser, which appears in Mario Beach.|
|20||Mario Party 7||2005||Nintendo GameCube||Yes|
|21||Mario Kart DS||2005||Nintendo DS, Virtual Console||Yes||Daisy is unlockable.|
|22||Super Mario Strikers||2005||Nintendo GameCube||Yes|
|23||Mario Hoops 3-on-3||2006||Nintendo DS, Virtual Console||Yes||First appearance of Daisy's modern "tennis wear" which is an unlockable outfit.|
|24||Wi-Fi Taiou Yakuman DS||2006||Nintendo DS||Yes||Daisy is unlockable.|
|25||Mario Kart Arcade GP 2||2007||Arcade||No||Daisy has a cameo appearance during the award ceremony. Daisy also appears on some sponsors.|
|26||Mario Strikers Charged||2007||Nintendo Wii||Yes|
|27||Mario Party 8||2007||Nintendo Wii||Yes|
|28||Itadaki Street DS||2007||Nintendo DS||Yes||Daisy is unlockable.|
|29||Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii)||2007||Nintendo Wii||Yes||This is the first game where Daisy is classified as a "Speed" character.|
|30||Mario Party DS||2007||Nintendo DS, Virtual Console||Yes|
|31||Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (DS)||2008||Nintendo DS||Yes|
|32||Super Smash Bros. Brawl||2008||Nintendo Wii||No||Daisy has a trophy and two stickers. One of Peach's costumes has Daisy's color scheme.|
|33||Mario Kart Wii||2008||Nintendo Wii||Yes||Baby Daisy's first appearance. Both Daisy and Baby Daisy are unlockable.|
|34||Mario Super Sluggers||2008||Nintendo Wii||Yes||Daisy is a default character in Exhibition Mode and unlockable in Challenge Mode. Baby Daisy is unlockable in both modes.|
|35||Mario Party Fushigi no Korokoro Catcher||2009||Arcade||Yes|
|36||Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Wii)||2009||Nintendo Wii||Yes||First appearance of Daisy's winter attire.|
|37||Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (DS)||2009||Nintendo DS||Yes|
|38||Mario Sports Mix||2010||Nintendo Wii||Yes|
|39||Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Wii)||2011||Nintendo Wii||Yes||First appearance of Daisy's gymnastics outfit.|
|40||Fortune Street||2011||Nintendo Wii||Yes||First and only game where Daisy is playable by default while Peach is unlockable.|
|41||Mario Kart 7||2011||Nintendo 3DS||Yes||Daisy is unlockable.|
|42||Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3DS)||2012||Nintendo 3DS||Yes||Daisy is only playable in events where the "Girls" group can be used, which also includes Peach, Amy, and Blaze.|
|43||Mario Party 9||2012||Nintendo Wii||Yes|
|44||Mario Party Whirling Carnival||2012||Arcade||Yes|
|45||StreetPass Mii Plaza||2011 (2012 update)||Nintendo 3DS||No||Daisy appears in the Mario Tennis Open puzzle in Puzzle Swap. Daisy's crown is obtainable in Find Mii II.|
|46||Mario Tennis Open||2012||Nintendo 3DS||Yes||Daisy wears her tennis wear in this game, unlike in Mario Power Tennis.|
|47||Mario Kart Arcade GP DX||2013||Arcade||Yes||Daisy appears on some sponsors. She was added as a playable character in Japanese versions in June 2017.|
|48||Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games||2013||Nintendo Wii U||Yes|
|49||Mario Party: Island Tour||2013||Nintendo 3DS||Yes|
|50||Mario Golf: World Tour||2014||Nintendo 3DS||Yes||Daisy wears her tennis wear in this game, unlike Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour.|
|51||Mario Kart 8||2014||Nintendo Wii U||Yes||Daisy is a major influence throughout the sponsors.|
|52||Super Smash Bros. for 3DS||2014||Nintendo 3DS||No||Daisy has a trophy. One of Peach's costumes has Daisy's color scheme. You can unlock Daisy's Crown for your Mii Fighter to wear.|
|53||Super Smash Bros. for Wii U||2014||Nintendo Wii U||No||Daisy has two trophies and Baby Daisy has one trophy. Including the 3DS version, Daisy has the most amount of trophies of any non-playable character. One of Peach's costumes has Daisy's color scheme. You can unlock Daisy's Crown for your Mii Fighter to wear.|
|54||Nintendo Badge Arcade||2015||Nintendo 3DS||No||There are several badges featuring Daisy and Baby Daisy.|
|55||Mario Party 10||2015||Nintendo Wii U||Yes|
|56||Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash||2015||Nintendo Wii U||Yes||Daisy reverts back to her regular sports outfit in this game.|
|57||Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam||2015||Nintendo 3DS||No||Cameo appearance on a battle card obtained from the Peach amiibo.
Daisy's first appearance in a non-sport, Mario Party, or Mario Kart game since Super Mario Land and her first appearance in a Mario RPG.
|58||Super Mario Maker||2015 (2016 update)||Nintendo Wii U||Yes||A Daisy costume can be unlocked to be used by Mario.|
|59||Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (3DS)||2015||Nintendo 3DS||Yes||Playable only in Football and Rhythmic Gymnastics.|
|60||Minecraft: Wii U Edition||2016||Nintendo Wii U||Yes||Daisy appears as a playable skin of the Super Mario Mash-Up pack.|
|61||Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Wii U)||2016||Nintendo Wii U||Yes|
|62||Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Arcade Edition||2016||Arcade||Yes||In the Japanese version, Daisy is unlockable. She is available from the start in International versions of the game.|
|63||Miitomo||2016||Mobile||No||Daisy makes a cameo appearance in the background of the Mario & Friends T-shirt fest theme in Miitomo Drop.|
|64||Mario Party: Star Rush||2016||Nintendo 3DS||Yes||This is the first game specifically compatible with Daisy's amiibo.|
|65||Mario Sports Superstars||2017||Nintendo 3DS||Yes||Daisy appears on the game's box art alongside Mario, Peach, Yoshi, and Bowser.|
|66||Mario Kart 8 Deluxe||2017||Nintendo Switch||Yes||Sweet Sweet Kingdom is a battle course in this game with references to Daisy and Peach.|
|67||Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition||2017||Nintendo Switch||Yes|
|68||Hey! Pikmin||2017||Nintendo 3DS||No||Daisy's amiibo appears in-game when tapped in.|
|69||Super Mario Run||2016 (2017 update)||Mobile||Yes||Daisy's first playable appearance in a Mario platformer and outside of Mario spin-offs. Added in the September 2017 update.|
|70||Mario Party: The Top 100||2017||Nintendo 3DS||Yes|
In conclusion, Daisy appears in 70 games! She is playable in over 50 of these games. Most of her playable appearances are in Mario spin-off titles, with Super Mario Run being the one exception. Daisy also only appears in two mainstream Mario titles, being Super Mario Land and Super Mario Run.
Here are other games, movies, books and "official" media in which Daisy appeared.
Daisy has been featured at least twice in Super Mario-Kun. She appears in a 4-koma strip with both Mario and Peach. Peach yells at Mario, jealous of the relationship between him and Daisy. Daisy also appears in Volume 26 of Super Mario-Kun, where she appears in Luigi's imagination.
Kodansha's Super Mario
Kodansha's Super Mario, also known as KC Mario or Kodansha Deluxe, was a Mario manga published during the late 1980's all the way to the late 1990's only in Japan. Throughout the manga series, Daisy was a recurring character. She has a friendly rivalry with Peach, as both of the princesses have crushes on Mario.
While Daisy only appeared in a few Mario games during the manga's run, she appeared in volumes based on Mario games she didn't appear in. She appears in the Super Mario Land, Dr. Mario, NES Open Tournament Golf, Super Mario Kart, and Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins adaptions.
In the Dr. Mario adaption, Daisy is seen helping Mario and Peach destroy the laughing virus. In the NES Open Tournament Golf adaption, Daisy and Peach are seen golfing together, despite not being playable in the actual game. In the Super Mario Land 2 adaption, Wario ends up kidnapping Daisy at some point in the story. In the Super Mario Kart adaption, Daisy has a few cameos in the first volume. In the second volume, she is turned into a mermaid, but is reverted back to normal near the end.
Mario Party 4 Manga
Daisy appears several times in this manga series based on Mario Party 4:
Nintendo Of America website
In September 2017, Daisy appears alongside Peach in the Shop section of the website:
Super Mario Bros. (Movie)
Daisy appeared in the Super Mario Bros movie as one of the main protagonists. Her design resembles that of Peach's, but her and Luigi share an interest in each other.
In the 2012 animation movie Wreck-it Ralph, two girls can be seen walking in Game Central Station with Chun-Li. When the movie was first released into theaters, many people believed the girl in the yellow dress was Daisy and the girl in the blue dress was either Rosalina or Peach. However, these two girls look nothing like them.
Mario HanafudaMario Hanafuda is a deck of Japanese playing cards. It has been created for the 30 years of Super Mario. Daisy has her own card, she's referenced in the month of March as one of the main women of the Super Mario universe (along with Peach, Toadette and Rosalina).
Daisy has once been referenced in the Nintendo e-Shop of the Nintendo 3DS in the recommendation section:
Daisy is present on the Mario character's screen theme.
Nintendo Comic System
Daisy also appeared in the Game Boy comics in her old style; she's held in captivity by Tatanga and calls for Mario to save her.
MiitomoOn July 28th, 2016, Miitomo released Mario clothes which could be obtainable in Miitomo Drop. The two themes are based on Mario & Friends as well as Bowser & Friends. The Mario & Friends theme has shirts based on Mario, Peach, Rosalina, and Toad. Luigi and Daisy appear in the background despite not having shirts based on them. It is unknown if Daisy will receive a shirt based on her in the future. A better view:
Guinness World Records: Gamer's Edition
Daisy and Peach's artwork from Mario Kart: Double Dash!! is featured on one of the pages in the Guinness World Records: Gamer's Edition 2017.
The cartoon show known as MAD had a segment which featured several video game characters, mainly from Nintendo. None of the characters resemble their actual appearances, including Daisy. Instead of her usual yellow and orange dress, Daisy wears a green dress and her hair is brown. One episode had a segment named Diary of a Wimpy Kid Icarus, a crossover of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books and Kid Icarus. Daisy appears twice in the segment. She doesn't have a speaking role, but she is heard laughing with Princess Peach and Princess Zelda.
Daisy is seen alongside Peach and Zelda. They are first seen eating lunch in the cafeteria, and the main characters Pit and Kirby want to eat lunch with them. Peach says that they can eat with them if they get Bowser, Wario, and Ganon to stop bothering them.
Daisy is seen again at the end of the segment after Pit defeats Mega Man, Sonic, Pikachu, and Donkey Kong in a Super Smash Bros-like battle.
You can watch the full segment here.
LINE stickers series
The Line Messenger App has released several different sets of Mario stickers. In October 2017, the Super Mario's Relaxing Life series of stickers was released. Daisy appears in two of these stickers. One sticker depicts her reading a book while looking bored, and the other sticker depicts her and Peach taking a selfie. Daisy also appears to have a tan in these stickers, something that hasn't been since the late N64 era/early GCN era.
Nintendo 2018 Calendar
Daisy is present three times on the official 2018 Nintendo calendar :
- Daisy has been in different classes from Peach more often than Luigi and Mario have been put in different classes.
- An image of Luigi, Peach, and Toad together in Super Mario Bros. Print World mistakenly refers to the image as "Mario & Daisy". An actual image of Daisy in this game depicts her with Peach's color scheme, but she is correctly labeled as "Princess Daisy".
- An image of Daisy was found grouped with the graphic files for the posters in the files of Luigi's Mansion. The image is a cropped version of the artwork used for Daisy in Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64, while this could hint to Daisy making an appearance in Luigi's Mansion, the image's file name was labeled Test.bti, meaning it could've been used as a temporary placeholder texture.