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This article is about the item in Luigi's Mansion. For the Thing in Paper Mario: Sticker Star, see Flashlight (Thing).
Luigi in Luigi's Mansion.
Luigi holding his flashlight in Luigi's Mansion

The flashlight is an item Luigi uses in Luigi's Mansion. When Luigi first enters the mansion, he is only armed with the flashlight. When Luigi progresses in the game, however, he can use it to stun ghosts.

The flashlight, under stylus control, is also used to stun Boos in the Super Mario 64 DS and New Super Mario Bros. minigame Hide and Boo Seek.

Group artwork of Luigi's Ghost Mansion, of Nintendo Land
Two Miis dressed up as Mario and Luigi holding flashlights in Nintendo Land

In the Nintendo Land minigame Luigi's Ghost Mansion, which is based on Luigi's Mansion, each of the four Mii players looking for the Gold Ghost Mii is armed with a flashlight, which is used to attack the ghost. It can be turned on and off; however, if players leave it on for too long, its batteries will run low until they run out altogether. New batteries that appear in the mansion can be collected to restore the flashlight's battery life.

Luigi's flashlight also appears in Mario Super Sluggers where it can be bought at Blue Pianta's shop to unlock the Luigi's Mansion stadium.

The flashlight is an inventory item in the Nintendo Adventure Book Flown the Koopa. If they have it, Mario and Luigi use it to explore the basement of Magikoopa's fortress, but the batteries die, leaving them vulnerable to a pack of Mega Moles.

The flashlight merges with the Poltergust 5000 in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. This flashlight has two upgrades Luigi must find: the Strobulb and Dark-Light Device.

The flashlight returns in Luigi's Mansion 3, along with the Strobulb and the Dark-Light Device, serving as similar purpose as it did in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. There are two unlockable aesthetic upgrades: Flashlight Type-B, unlocked by capturing all the Boos in the game, and Flashlight Type-P, unlocked by purchasing the game's Multiplayer Pack.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French lampe de poche flash light
Italian Torcia/Torcia elettrica Flashlight
Spanish Linterna Flashlight