Paper Mario: Color Splash Personality Test

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Paper Mario: Color Splash Personality Test
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Publisher Nintendo
Platforms Browser
Genre Quiz
Rating(s) N/A
Mode(s) Single player
Input Mouse/touchscreen

Paper Mario: Color Splash Personality Test is a personality quiz on the Play Nintendo website.[1] The quiz aims to determine which location from Paper Mario: Color Splash the player would prefer to live in.

Overview[edit]

The player has a total of five questions to answer. Each question gives the player four answers to choose from, with their final results depending on what answers they chose. When the player clicks on an answer, they move onto the next question. When the last question is answered, a message pops up giving the player their final results. The player can then choose to either take the quiz again or take a different quiz on the website.

Questions[edit]

1 of 5

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Which of these themes would make you feel most at home?

Creepy Western Gigantic Hot and lava-y


2 of 5

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Which of these would be the coolest way to travel?

Through Warp Pipes Hiking on my own two feet Sailing on a pirate ship Riding on a train


3 of 5

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Which of these activities sounds like the most fun?

Building a train Riding a Draggodon[sic] Searching for treasure Exploring a strange world


4 of 5

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Which of these colors do you like best?

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5 of 5

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Which of these enemies would you most want to face?

Rocky Wrench Giant Goomba Bloopers Hammer Bros.


Results[edit]

The result screen contains a short gameplay/cutscene video featuring the location that the player got.

  • X marks the spot!
    Fortune Island is pretty creepy. But there’s also treasure to be found there, which can make the creepiness worth it. When you’re not busy hunting for buried riches or sailing the sea with a bunch o’ pirates, you may find yourself fighting off inky Bloopers. Y’arrgghh gonna feel right at home here!
  • Ridin’ the rails!
    Toad Trainworks is the place to choo-choo-choose if you’re looking for an Old West kind of neighborhood. Life on the rails can be exciting, but watch out for that nasty Rocky Wrench—he’s the kind of enemy who can really throw a wrench into your plans!
  • Go big or go home!
    Mondo Woods can make you feel teensy-tiny…because everything there is completely gigantic! This is a cool place to explore, because you never know what’s around the corner. You may find an oversized Warp Pipe—or a giant Goomba. Uh-oh!
  • This place is hot hot hot!
    Red Pepper Volcano
    [sic] is the hottest spot on Prism Island—and it’s one of the most exciting, too. This is the place where you can ride a Draggodon[sic], hike along a dangerous volcano, and go toe-to-toe with the infamous Hammer Bros. Good luck living here!

Website description[edit]

Island life

Prism Island is a colorful kingdom that’s been mysteriously drained of its color in the Paper Mario: Color Splash game for the Wii U console. Color-filled or not, it’d be pretty fun to live somewhere on this island of intrigue. The only question is: where?

Preview[edit]

X marks the spot

Where would you want to live on Prism Island?

Trivia[edit]

  • On question 5, an image of Lighthouse Island is used despite Fortune Island being the focus of the question.
  • While "Giant Goomba" is used as an answer for question 5, the enlarged Goombas found in Mondo Woods are called Mega Goombas in-game.
  • Despite "Hammer Bros." being an option for the fifth question, no Hammer Bros. are encountered in Redpepper Volcano. Only their variants, Fire Bro and Ice Bro, appear.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paper Mario: Color Splash Personality Test. Play Nintendo. Retrieved February 23, 2020. (Archived July 29, 2020, 18:29:21 UTC via Wayback Machine.)