Floor (Wrecking Crew series)

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Three floors supported by pillars.

The floor,[1][2] also known as a scaffold,[3] is a semi-solid object in VS. Wrecking Crew, Wrecking Crew and Wrecking Crew '98 that acts as a platform. Floors can be climbed through by using a ladder.

In VS. Wrecking Crew, each phase is divided into five parts separated by a solid line of floors with no gaps.

Mario trapped between two floors.

In Wrecking Crew, the floor can be destroyed by breaking the pillar below it, causing objects that were placed on the floor to fall. The side of floors is also solid, which can cause Mario or enemies to get stuck if they land on a drum. If Mario or Luigi is trapped, then the phase has to be restarted.

Floors reappear in Wrecking Crew '98, once again acting as a platform for Mario and enemies to stand on. The gaps between floors can be temporary covered with a solid object that prevents Mario or enemies from going lower. Floors in this game cannot support objects.

In the WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase microgame, Wreck. Crew, the player has to defeat Gotchawrenches as they climb down from a floor.

In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, semi-solid floors appear again in a stage titled Wrecking Crew that act as platforms to fight on. When all the ladders and walls are destroyed, the floors will fall down.

Floors reappear in the WarioWare Gold microgame, Wrecking Crew, based on a bonus phase from the original game.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese [4][5]
French Échafaudages[6] Scaffolding
Russian Строительные леса[7]
Stroitel'nyye lesa

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Wrecking Crew NES instruction booklet, page 6.
  2. ^ "You can attack the bombs to break the walls and ladders. Once all the walls and ladders on a floor are broken, the floor above will come crashing down." — Tips, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  3. ^ Wrecking Crew | NES | Games | Nintendo
  4. ^ Japanese Wrecking Crew instruction manual
  5. ^ Japanese Wrecking Crew Virtual Console manual, page 11.
  6. ^ Wrecking Crew | NES | Jeux | Nintendo
  7. ^ Wrecking Crew | NES | Игры | Nintendo