Coin (Wario Land 4)

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"Gold Coin" redirects here. For information about the golden coins that appear in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, see Golden Coin. For the golden coins found throughout the Mario franchise, see Coin.
"10 Coin" redirects here. For information about the coins from other Wario games and several Mario games, see 10 Gold Coin. For the Red Coins known as "10 Coins" in Mario Hoops 3-on-3, see Red Coin § Mario Hoops 3-on-3.
Coin
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The four kinds of coins
Description
Coins of varying color and size

First appearance

Wario Land 4 (2001)
A 500 Coin from a Jewel Piece Box

Four different kinds of coins can be found in the Game Boy Advance game Wario Land 4. If Wario opens a Jewel Piece Box, a Gold Coin will appear along with collecting a Jewel Piece. They can also be obtained from a Heart Box and a CD case. Wario can also retrieve Gold Coins by destroying a Pinball Block. Silver Coins can be obtained by defeating powerful enemies. Other, less valuable coins (like the Bronze Coin and Small Coin) can be obtained by defeating minor enemies and breaking blocks. Coins can also be obtained from a Money Flower. The blue and red coins that sit unmoving in the air are called Blue Crystals and Red Crystals. All coins collected are put to the side after completing a level and can be spent later in the Mini-Game Shop, where Wario can play one of three minigames. If he gets a certain score in any minigame, he will be awarded a medal, which can be used to purchase items from the Item Shop to assist him in defeating a boss.

Types of Coins[edit]

The types of coins found in the game are:

  • Small Coin[1] (worth 10 points)
  • Bronze Coin[1] (worth 50 points)
  • Silver Coin[1] (worth 100 points)
  • Gold Coin[1] (worth 500 points)
  • Blue Crystal[1] (worth 10 points)
  • Red Crystal[1] (worth 100 points)

There is also a Diamond, which is not a coin but worth noting for it is worth 1000 coins.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Small Coin[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スモールコイン[2]
Sumōru Koin
Small Coin

Bronze Coin[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブロンズコイン[2]
Buronzu Koin
Bronze Coin

Silver Coin[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シルバーコイン[2]
Shirubā Koin
Silver Coin

Gold Coin[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴールドコイン[2]
Gōrdo Koin
Gold Coin

Blue Crystal[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブルークリスタル[2]
Burū Kurisutaru
Blue Crystal

Red Crystal[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レッドクリスタル[2]
Reddo Kurisutaru
Red Crystal

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Wario Land 4 American instruction booklet, page 27.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Wario Land Advance: Yōki no Otakara Japanese instruction booklet, page 23.