Marimba Block

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Marimba Block
Colorful note blocks from Super Mario Bros. Wonder
First appearance Super Mario Bros. Wonder (2023)

Marimba Blocks are a colored variant of Note Blocks that appear in Super Mario Bros. Wonder. They share a more wooden-like appearance with two beamed eighth notes engraved rather than a quarter note, always appearing with the color pattern: green, blue, yellow, and red. Much like Note Blocks, they bounce the player higher; however, it is only when the player jumps, rather than bouncing instantly upon landing. When walked on, the blocks play a xylophone or metallophone sound, increasing in pitch the more the player walks. During musical Wonder Effects, they are pitched to the music's melody instead of being pitched to a specific scale.

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Internal names[edit]

Game File Name Meaning

Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Mals/USen.Product.100.sarc.zs/GameMsg/Name_Gimmick.msbt/ Marimba Block -
Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Pack/Actor/ObjectXylophoneBridge.pack.zs XylophoneBridge Xylophone Bridge
Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Model/ObjectBlockSound.bfres.zs BlockSound Sound Block
Super Mario Bros. Wonder G:/romfs/Sound/Resource/ObjectKeyboardBlock.bars.zs KeyboardBlock Keyboard Block

Internal localized names[edit]

The following names were found in the same file, but in the other languages.

Language Name Meaning
Chinese (Simplified) 木琴砖块
Mùqín Zhuānkuài
Xylophone Brick
Chinese (Traditional) 木琴磚塊
Mùqín Zhuānkuài
Xylophone Brick
Dutch Marimbablok Marimba block
French Bloc marimba Marimba block
German Marimbablock Marimba block
Italian Blocco xilofono Xylophone block
Korean 목관블록
Mokgwan Beullok
Woodwind block
Portuguese Bloco xilofone Xylophone block
Russian Блок-ксилофон
Xylophone block
Spanish Bloque xilófono Xylophone block

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 木琴ブロック[1]
Mokkin Burokku
Xylophone Block