Peek-a-Boo Ghost House

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This article is about Peek-a-Boo Ghost House, a level in New Super Luigi U. For other uses, see Frosted Glacier-Ghost House.
Peek-a-Boo Ghost House
New Super Luigi U level.
Level code World 4-Ghost House
World Frosted Glacier
Game New Super Luigi U
Time limit 100 seconds
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Peek-a-Boo Ghost House, or Frosted Glacier-Ghost House, is the ghost house course of Frosted Glacier in New Super Luigi U. It is unlocked by completing Weighty Waddlewings or Ice-Slide Expressway, and its own completion unlocks Wendy's Thwomp Castle.


The level starts in a ghost house on a platform that turns into coins when stood upon for a few seconds. The player must then cross some moving platforms, where five ? Blocks are found. A wall that disappears and leaves coins behind is found, along with a group of Circling Boo Buddies. Another wall disappears, allowing the player to reach an area with a group of coins and a Big Boo. Two more disappearing walls are found, with a group of ? Blocks found in between. The middle ? Block contains either a Super Mushroom or a Super Acorn, depending on the player's form. More moving platforms are found, along with a Boo and a group of Circling Boo Buddies. Two groups of Circling Boo Buddies are found together, followed by a pathway with disappearing walls. A Warp Door is found at the end, leading the player outside where a group of dissapearing blocks and the Goal Pole are found.

Star Coins[edit]

  • Star Coin 1: The first Star Coin is found right before the secret Goal Pole.
  • Star Coin 2: The second Star Coin is located on a platform above the moving platforms and a group of Circling Boo Buddies, with a wall jump needed to collect it.
  • Star Coin 3: The last Star Coin is found in the middle of a group of Circling Boo Buddies, behind a disappearing platform.

Secret exit[edit]

When the player collects the second Star Coin, they need to run to the left to reach a nearby secret door which leads to the Goal Pole. The secret exit opens up Fliprus Floes.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ふわふわバコの テレサツアー
Fuwafuwa Bako no Teresa Tsuā
Boo Tour of the Floaty Boxes

Chinese 飘浮箱子及害羞幽灵团 (Simplified)
飄浮箱子及害羞幽靈團 (Traditional)
Piāofú Xiāngzi jí Hàixiū Yōulíng Tuán
Floating Boxes and the Boo Squad

Dutch Boo's bedrog
Boo's Deception
Italian Confronto con i Boo
Confrontation with the Boo
Korean 둥실둥실 상자의 부끄부끄 투어
Dungsil-Dungsil Sanjaui Bukkeu-Bukkeu Tueo
Boo Tour of Floating Box

Portuguese Mansão das Paredes Assombradas
Mansion of Haunted Walls
Spanish Las paredes huyen...
The walls run away
(This is also a pun on las paredes oyen, meaning "the walls listen")

Level map[edit]

Level map