In Episode 34, Glitter Spring uses a powered-up version of the attack, named Sparkle Shot Maximum Impact, known in Japan as March Shoot Impact (マーチシュートインパクト Māchi Shūto Inpakuto).
Glitter Spring first charges up her Glitter Pact with fighting spirit, making it glow and granting her power. When enough fighting spirit has been collected, the Glitter Pact explodes with wind energy that lifts Glitter Spring off the ground and into the air. She then compresses the wind into a ball and kicks it at the enemy soccer-style
Sparkle Shot Maximum Impact
Glitter Spring first spins into a tornado, collecting wind energy. Then, she kicks the Buffoon up high. She also used the same attack in Episode 38, except that she kicked the ball of wind that Shadow Spring created, turned it green, and sends it flying to Shadow Spring.
Glitter Spring: Glitter Force Sparkle Shot!
Glitter Spring: Glitter Force Sparkle Shot Maximum Impact!
Cure March: プリキュアマーチシュート！
Cure March: プリキュアマーチシュートインパクト！
Cure March: Purikyua Māchi Shūto!
Cure March: Purikyua Māchi Shūto Inpakuto!
Cure March: Pretty Cure March Shoot!
Cure March: Pretty Cure March Shoot Impact!
- When Spring performs Sparkle Shot Maximum Impact, there is no wind ball like in Sparkle Shot. Instead, after Spring kicks her enemy, energy from her leg forms a big gust of wind that blasts at her enemy.
- When Spring deals with Shadow Spring, she makes Shadow Force Corner Kick fill up with her green energy instead by kicking the ball like in Sparkle Shot Maximum Impact and send it back to Shadow Spring.
- In Sparkle Shot Maximum Impact, Spring's leg glows in a bright green.
- In the Japanese version, this move seems to cost her a lot of energy but in the English one it doesn't.