Coins Galore

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This article is about the bonus level in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. For the bonus level in Super Mario Bros. Wonder, see Bonus: Coins Galore!
Coins Galore
Coins Galore.jpg
World Episode 1
Bonus Episode
Game Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
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Coins Galore is the first of the three bonus Mystery Box levels in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and its Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS ports of the same name, as well as the first of the three "Unlimited Coins Galore" levels in the Bonus Episode unlocked after clearing the bonus objective of the previous level, Mummy-Me Maze Forever.

Before the level is fully unlocked in the Bonus Episode, a Mystery Box page for Coins Galore will occasionally appear on the level selection screen of Episode 1 after clearing a different level in the game, although the player could only play through it once. After the level is unlocked, however, it can then be played for an unlimited amount of times. The level has no bonus objective, and merely serves as an opportunity to collect as many coins as possible.


Captain Toad starts on a small garden area with the rest of the Toad Brigade in front of two gates with Mystery Boxes. If he approaches Blue Toad, he can receive a Super Mushroom from him. The left gate has a Super Pickaxe sign above it, while the right gate has a Double Cherry sign. The player can choose one of the two Mystery Boxes to enter a 10-second minigame centered on the power-up indicated by the sign.

  • Super Pickaxe minigame: Captain Toad is teleported to an enclosed area composed almost entirely of ? Blocks. He can then pick up the Super Pickaxe on the other side and use it to hit as many ? Blocks as possible. There are also two moving POW Blocks that can hit multiple ? Blocks at once, and a few ? Blocks containing Gold Mushrooms.
  • Double Cherry minigame: Captain Toad is teleported to a revolving, carousel-like platform filled with coins, coin piles and Pluck Patches. Using the two supplied Double Cherries, he can pick up multiple Turnips at once and throw them at the coins to collect them. The Pluck Patches also regenerate after being used.

After the timer runs out, the level ends, and the player's coin count is shown on-screen.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese コインパラダイス
Koin Paradaisu
Coin Paradise

French Moisson de pièces
Coins Harvest
German Münzenwahn
Coins Mania
Italian Pioggerellina di monete
Drizzle of coins
Spanish Lluvia de monedas
Coin Shower


  • The background music that plays during the Coins Galore minigames is a unique arrangement of "Slider".