Rolling Yoshi Hills
- This article is about Rolling Yoshi Hills, a level in New Super Luigi U. For other uses, see Acorn Plains-3.
|Rolling Yoshi Hills|
|Level code||World 1-3|
|Game||New Super Luigi U|
|Time limit||100 seconds|
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Rolling Yoshi Hills, or Acorn Plains-3, is the third course of Acorn Plains in New Super Luigi U. It is unlocked by completing Flame-Gear Tower, and its own completion unlocks Piranha Heights and Piranha Gardens.
The level begins on a platform, above a large group of rolling hills. A Monty Mole is found to the left of the platform. Two other platforms are found above the rolling hills, and a Hidden Block containing a 1-Up Mushroom is found above one of them. Another section of ground follows, leading to a large rolling hill, a Monty Mole, a ? Block containing a Yoshi's Egg, and a bush with a fruit on it. Some Semisolid Platforms with Monty Moles and fruits on them are found. Some coins can be found in sections of the wall. A platform above Piranha Plants is found, followed by a row of Brick Blocks with a Koopa Troopa on it. A Flying ? Block containing a 1-Up Mushroom is above the platform, and a POW Block is also found. Another section of rolling hills and Monty Moles is follows, and another POW Block can be found. More rolling hills are found, along with the Goal Pole.
- Star Coin 1: Luigi must kick a Koopa Shell into a hole, where the first Star Coin resides. Alternatively, the player can use Flying Squirrel Luigi, Propeller Luigi or Peachette to exit the hole.
- Star Coin 2: Luigi must stomp on Piranha Plants using Yoshi to get the second Star Coin, or alternatively use a Koopa Shell to get rid of them, and get the Star Coin safely.
- Star Coin 3: Luigi must run on the rolling hills at the end of the level, then Flutter Jump using Yoshi to get the third Star Coin, which is located right before the Goal Pole. Alternatively, Peachette can jump to reach it in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.
Before the second POW Block, there is a gray spot on one of the rock pillars that resembles a jumping Luigi.
Names in other languages
Guruguru Chitai no Yosshī
|Yoshi of Rolling Zone (guruguru is an onomatopoeia for rolling/spinning/etc.)|
Zhuàndòng Dìdài de Yàoxī
|Yoshi of Spinning Zone|
|Dutch||Yoshi's mollenrace||Yoshi's Mole Race|
|Italian||Yoshi tour||Yoshi tour|
|Korean||빙글빙글 지대의 요시
Binggeul-binggeul Jidaeui Yosi
|Yoshi Of Spinning Ground|
|Portuguese||Colinas Deslizantes do Yoshi||Yoshi's Rolling Hills|
|Spanish||Las colinas giratorias de Yoshi||Yoshi's rolling hills|