Blue Switch

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This article is about the switch in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time and the Paper Mario games. For other uses, see Blue Switch (disambiguation).
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A Blue Switch from Super Paper Mario.

A Blue Switch[1] is an object in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. It has a symbol with four blocks on it, symbolizing that when the whole party is on top of it, it will be pressed into the ground, and will open up a passageway in front of the bros. so they may progress forward. They are common throughout the game, in every area, in fact. It has a rarer variation, the Yellow Switch, which functions identically except it only needs the brothers to activate it.

Blue Switches also appear in the Paper Mario series. Blue Switches are one-time use switches that activate an important change in the environment, such as a bridge being built or a staircase appearing. If one is present in the environment, it needs to be hit in order to move on through the area.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 青いスイッチ
Aoi suitchi
Blue Switch
Spanish Interruptor Azul Blue Switch
French Commutateur bleu Switch Blue
Italian Pulsante blu Blue button

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Using all four team members, you can stand on the large blue switches to open doorways." - Hoffman, Chris. Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Official Nintendo Player's Guide, page 18.