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Lakitu's Wall is the seventh level of the second world of the game Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island and Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3. The level features Fat Guys, Mildes and Wall Lakitus, as well as both the Yoshi Car and Helicopter transformations.
The player starts off in a field, next to a Fat Guy, some Mildes, a Yellow Egg and a Red Egg. If the Fat Guy is jumped on, the player can go to an area above this section of the level, where there is a Flower, some Red Coins and a door that leads to a minigame, the Key that unlocks it is found to the left of the door.
After this section, are some dirt blocks with Mildes in them; one of the dirt blocks has an ! Switch in it that makes coins appear in the other one. At the end of this section are two Bill Blasters, the Middle Ring and the door to the next area.
In this room are some Fat Guys, some Mildes and some Tap-Taps. At the end of the room is a Tap-Tap that is in front of a Flower and a door. The door leads back to the area with the Bullet Bills, and is next to a Warp Pipe that leads to the next area. In this area are several Falling Rocks that lead to the Warp Pipe at the end.
In the start of this area are some Shy Guys and an Eggo-Dil. At the end of this small section is a Spring Ball that leads to a higher up platform, that has stairs on the other end of it that lead down the platform. Above this section are some clouds that lead to an ! Switch that leads to a secret area; in the secret area are several dirt pits, the dirt pit third from the right contains a Flower. After this is an area with several Wall Lakitus and the entrance to the next room.
In this room is a Morph Bubble that will transform Yoshi into the Car. During this segment is a Flatbed Ferry that will lead to a Yoshi Block with a Spring Ball next to it, the Spring Ball will take Yoshi to another Morph Bubble where he will transform into the Helicopter. At the end of this segment is the goal roulette.
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