Crescent Moon Village

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Crescent Moon Village
Crescent Moon Village WL4 screenshot.png
World-Level 5-1
Game Wario Land 4
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Map of the level

Crescent Moon Village is the first level of the Sapphire Passage in the Game Boy Advance game Wario Land 4. It is a small village set in the middle of the night with a large, crescent in the background and lots of lamp posts. It includes zombie and ghostly enemies, such as Yūrei, who steals the coins that either Wario or defeated enemies drop. Yūrei also steals Keyzer; the player can retrieve it by touching Yūrei, but Yūrei will then chase after the player again, and locks all doors in the area until Wario retrieves it, so it may get quite time-consuming. Wario can turn into two transformations here, Zombie Wario, by getting bombarded by a Skeleton Bird in order to fall through the floor, and Bat Wario, touching a Minicula) to fly to higher places. Both are needed to complete the level. This level's CD is called Yesterday's Words and once collected, it can be played in the Sound Room.

Time given in different modes[edit]

The time given to escape the level after hitting the Frog Switch varies between game modes.

  • WL4-Normal Mode Sprite.png: the time given is 3:30.
  • WL4-Hard Mode Sprite.png: the time given is 2:45.
  • WL4-S-Hard Mode Sprite.png (unlockable): the time given is 2:00.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese みかづきのゴーストタウン
Mikazuki no Gōsuto Taun
Crescent Moon Ghost Town
Chinese 新月小镇[1]
Xīnyuè Xiǎozhèn
Crescent Townlet


Audio.svg Crescent Moon Village - Level theme
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  • This level's music is briefly played in the ending cutscene in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!, during the section when Mona gets annoyed with Wario and chases him. Sound effects from Wario Land 4 are also played during this time.


  1. ^ 阿快尔瑞斯 (July 19, 2014). 【完结】【童年游戏】瓦力欧寻宝记流程 (6P). Bilibili. Retrieved February 3, 2017.