Bad Manor

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Bad Manor
A screenshot of the Bad Manor level.
World-Level 5-4
Game Wario Land: Shake It!
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Bad Manor is the fourth level of the Quiver Cliffs and final normal level in Wario Land: Shake It!


This level is based on a typical haunted mansion showered from the moonlight, featuring many traps and undead enemies, and is one of the two levels to contain shrinkbarrels and Recapitators. Wario finds the first shrinkbarrel at the root of the mansion, which can turn Wario to Mini Wario. He also needs to use the push button to climb up and enter the mansion, inside which walls are golden and statues of devils stand still. There, he jumps away from various enemies and becomes Flaming Wario to unlock the second shrinkbarrel. Most treasures here require Wario to become Mini Wario to go through. Finally, he uses Blast-O-Cannons to skyrocket to the top of the mansion and shoots himself from one building to the other, where he finds the caged Merfle. When the alarm goes off, there are two ways for Wario to choose. One is for speed and coins, and the other leads to a Secret Map.

Secret Map location[edit]

This level has a Secret Map to Boogie Mansion. In order to get it, the player must free the Merfle and Ground Pound down the hole, then keep going through the areas until reaching an area with a Max Fastosity Dasherator. The player should use it on the first set of blocks, then crash into the wall to stop. Then, the player should jump up and walk over to the next set of blocks and Earthshake Punch to reveal the map and end the level.


  • Finish before the clock hits 1:50:00
  • Beat the stage without taking damage
  • Collect 55,000 coins
  • Pound down all push buttons
  • Don't defeat any enemies


  • Vampire's Mirror
  • Star Hammer
  • Pandora's Box


  • Given Time: 2:30:00
  • Sum of Coins: 59,270*

* - In fact, the theoretical sum 59,270 cannot be reached. The maximum sum that can be reached is 58,990.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴーストキャッスル
Gōsuto Kyassuru
Ghost Castle
German Villa Weichknie