Land of Flying Blocks

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This article is about Land of Flying Blocks, a level in New Super Mario Bros. U. For other uses, see Meringue Clouds-1.
Level
Land of Flying Blocks
NSMBU Land of Flying Blocks Screenshot.jpg
World-Level World 7-1
World Meringue Clouds
Game New Super Mario Bros. U
Time limit 400 seconds
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Land of Flying Blocks, or Meringue Clouds-1, is the first course of Meringue Clouds in New Super Mario Bros. U. It is unlocked via completion of Flight of the Para-Beetles or Roy's Conveyor Castle and its own completion unlocks a red Toad House, Seesaw Shrooms, and Switchback Hill.

Layout[edit]

The level begins with some Waddlewings, as well as Mushroom Platforms. A cloud platform is then found, and is used to navigate across the area. Throughout the area, multiple coins in bubbles and blocks that appear when the player reaches a certain spot are found. Some Piranha Plants are found in Warp Pipes, and one if found on a lift. Some structures of Brick Blocks appear, along with more Waddlewings and a Piranha Plant on a lift. A Trampoline is found in a ? Block. A group of Piranha Plants in Warp Pipes then follows. The cloud then reaches a group of Mushroom Platforms, and a Warp Pipe is at the end of the area. The following area begins with the Checkpoint Flag and another moving cloud platform. A Big Piranha Plant is located above, and a Koopa Troopa and another Big Piranha Plant are on lifts. A large structure of Brick Blocks appears, as well as a Red Ring. Another Mushroom Platform is found, along with another cloud. It moves through a section containing multiple Big Piranha Plants, and leads to the Goal Pole.

Star Coins[edit]

  • Star Coin 1: In a series of pipes and Piranha Plants is a lone red Warp Pipe which leads to the area with the first Star Coin. Flying Squirrel Mario or Peachette is required to get this Star Coin.
  • Star Coin 2: Immediately after the first Star Coin, the second Star Coin is above a trio of Brick Blocks.
  • Star Coin 3: The third Star Coin is blocked off by a group of Brick Blocks. The player needs to destroy the blocks with a Ground Pound in order to get the Star Coin.

Enemies[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese わきだすブロックいっぱい 空の上
Waki Dasu Burokku-Ippai Sora no Ue
A Lot of Springing Blocks Above The Sky
Spanish Un paseo en nube A stroll by cloud
French Blocs céleste Heavenly Blocks
Dutch Een wolk van een wereld A cloud of a world
German Ein Himmel voller Blöcke One sky full of blocks
Italian Zona dei blocchi sospesi Zone of the hanging blocks
Portuguese (NOE) Salto Imaterial Imaterial Jump
Russian Блоки из ниоткуда
Bloki iz niotkuda
Blocks from nowhere
Korean 튀어나오는 블록들의 하늘
Twieonaoneun Beullokdeuri Haneul
Sky Of Springing-Out Blocks

Level map[edit]

NSMBU Land of Flying Blocks Map.png