Magma Road Marathon

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Level
Magma Road Marathon
Captain toad lava.jpg
World-Level Episode 3-26
World Episode 3
Game Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
Notes A level featuring Dash Pads and lava.
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Magma Road Marathon is the twenty-sixth level of Episode 3 in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker.

Layout[edit]

This level takes place on a rocky path above lava. Captain Toad must use Dash Pads to progress through this level, while also watching out for the Charvaarghs. The rocky path is fairly linear, with a few path splits leading to the Super Gems.

Super Gems[edit]

Wii U / 3DS[edit]

  • Super Gem 1: On the first split in the rocky road, the player must go left to get to the Super Gem.
  • Super Gem 2: On top of a Propellor Platform about one-fourth of the way through the level.
  • Super Gem 3: In a secret area away from the main path. The player must use a Clear Pipe Cannon to reach it.

Switch[edit]

  • Super Gem 1: On the first split in the rocky road, the player must go left to get to the Super Gem.
  • Super Gem 2: In a secret area away from the main path. The player must use a Clear Pipe Cannon to reach it.
  • Super Gem 3: At the circular fork-in-the-road found shortly after the Clear Pipe Cannon.

Bonus Objective[edit]

Enemies[edit]

Luigi Sighting[edit]

A hidden 8-bit Luigi can be seen on the ledge behind the level's Power Star.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 激走マグマロード
Gekisō maguma rōdo
Rushing Magma Road
Spanish (NOA) La carrerita por la senda de lava The Ride on the Lava Path
Spanish (NOE) Acelerones por la senda de lava Boosts on the Lava Path
French Marathon sur la route Magma Marathon on the Magma Road
Dutch Magma mia! Italian for "Oh My Magma!"
(pun between "Mamma Mia" (Italian for "Oh My Godness") and "Magma")
German Mit Vollgas über den Magmapfad Full Power over the Magma Path
Italian Magma Mia, che Corsa! Oh My Magma, What a Running!
(pun between "Mamma Mia" (Oh My Godness) and "Magma")