Crushing-Cogs Tower

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This article is about Crushing-Cogs Tower, a level in New Super Mario Bros. U. For other uses, see Acorn Plains-Tower.
Level
Crushing-Cogs Tower
NSMBU Crushing Cogs Tower Screenshot.png
World-Level World 1-NSMBW Tower Icon.pngTower
World Acorn Plains
Game New Super Mario Bros. U
Time limit 500 seconds
600 seconds (New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe)
Boss Boom Boom
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Crushing-Cogs Tower, or Acorn Plains-NSMBW Tower Icon.pngTower, is the tower level of Acorn Plains and the first overall tower in New Super Mario Bros. U. It has large moving stone cogs and Dry Bones. This course is the first to have the Ice Flower. The level is unlocked via completion of Tilted Tunnel and its own completion unlocks Yoshi Hill.

Layout[edit]

The level begins with a stone cogs, allowing the player to reach the platform with a Dry Bones and two ? Blocks, one of which contains a power-up. Another cog allows the player to reach a platform, leading to another cog and a moving platform that acts as a lift. Following the cog, there are more platforms with Dry Bones. Another moving platform and a cog follow, along with a Red Ring. The Checkpoint Flag is then found. A group of four cogs must be climbed, and a group of Dry Bones on platforms is found at the top. One more cog is found, allowing the boss door to be reached.

A Boom Boom is the boss of the tower. Boom Boom attacks by charging at the player, and is defeated after being jumped on three times.

Star Coins[edit]

The second Star Coin
  • Star Coin 1: Near the start of the course, the first Star Coin is periodically covered up by a moving stone platform.
  • Star Coin 2: The second Star Coin is found on the left side of the course after many stone cogs.
  • Star Coin 3: Near the end of the course, the Star Coin can be found in the wall on the right side. The Star Coin is visible, and the wall underneath it can be entered. While the player can wall jump to the Star Coin, one can also use the Pipe Cannon to reach it.

Enemies[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぐるぐる はぐるまのとりで
Guruguru Haguruma no Toride
Round'n'round Gear Fortress
Spanish Torre Engranaje Gear Tower
French Tour tic-tac Tick-tock tower
Dutch Tandwieltoren Cogs tower
German Risiko im Ritzelturm Risk in the Gear Tower
Italian Torre degli ingranaggi Gear tower
Portuguese Torre das Rodas Dentadas Cogwheel Tower
Russian Башня с шестернями
Bashnya s shesternyami
Tower with cogs
Korean 빙글빙글 톱니바퀴 요새
Binggeulbinggeul Topnibakwi Yosae
Spinning Cogwheel Fortress
Chinese 旋转齿轮的堡垒[1]
Xuánzhuǎn Chǐlún de Bǎolěi
Spinning Gear Fortress

Level map[edit]

NSMBU Crushing-Cogs Tower Map.jpg

References[edit]