Diamond (Dr. Mario World)

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Diamond
Diamond item from Dr. Mario World
First appearance Dr. Mario World (2019)
Effect Used to summon new doctors and assistants, as well as purchase single-use items

Diamonds were the premium currency in Dr. Mario World mainly used to summon new doctors, assistants, and single-use items. They could also be used to purchase more hearts if the player ran out, to give the player more capsules if they ran out in a certain level, to give the player more time in challenge levels, or to start a level with a completely-filled skill meter. Another way to spend diamonds is through referrals (introduced in version 2.0.0), which cost 100 diamonds in exchange for that specific doctor.

Diamonds were usually purchased via real money, though there were some instances in which Diamonds may be collected for free during gameplay. As of July 28, 2021, diamonds are no longer available for purchase.

Pricing[edit]

Diamonds Price
Japan North America Europe UK Australia
20 ¥250 US$1.99
CA$2.79
€2.29 £1.99 AU$2.99
53 ¥610 US$4.99
CA$6.99
€5.49 £4.99 AU$7.99
110 ¥1,220 US$9.99
CA$13.99
€10.99 £9.99 AU$14.99
250 ¥2,440 US$19.99
CA$27.99
€21.99 £19.99 AU$30.99
550 ¥4,900 US$39.99
CA$54.99
€43.99 £38.99 AU$62.99
1050 ¥8,500 US$69.99
CA$99.99
€74.99 £64.99 AU$109.99

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ダイヤモンド
Daiyamondo
Diamond
Chinese (Simplified) 钻石
Zuànshí
Diamond
Chinese (Traditional) 鑽石
Zuànshí
Diamond
French Diamant Diamond
German Diamant Diamond
Italian Diamante Diamond
Korean 다이아몬드
Daiamondeu
Diamond
Portuguese Diamante Diamond
Spanish (NOA) Diamante Diamond
Spanish (NOE) Diamante Diamond