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ScareScraper
LNDM-GreenMansion.jpg
Greater location Evershade Valley
Inhabitants Bats, Beetles, Mice, Robombs, Spiders, Greenies, Strong Greenies, Slammers, Hiders, Sneakers, Creepers, Gobbers, Polterpups, Big Polterpups, The Brain, Bomb Brother, Beetle Whisperer, Terrible Teleporter, Primordial Goo, Creeper Launcher, Fright Knight, Cold Catcher, Freaker Sneaker, Tether Jacket, Yukata Ball, Blue Pimpernel, Sun Flower, Pink Zinnia, Violet, Daisy, Spookumber, Aweberry, Scorn, Scareambles, Terrorange, Spooky Spook, Scars, Scool, Jack-goo-lantern, Blimp Reaper, Dreadonfly, Lady Gug, Fright Fly, Blobberfly, Go-Bee, Horrorca, Clown Fishy, Shriek Shark, Pondguin, Wurdle, Bad-minton, Footbrawl, Tennis Menace, Goolf, Soccer Ball, Awelligator, Banegal, Zebrawl, Leoprank, Cawe
Strong Hiders*, Strong Sneakers*, Strong Gobbers*, Strong Slammers* (*=Only in Endless Mode and Expert difficulty)
First appearance Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
“This nightmarish skyscraper full of ghostly challenges awaits you and your courageous friends! Can you battle your way to the top?”
E. Gadd (In-game description), Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

The ScareScraper (known as the Thrill Tower in PAL versions) is the multiplayer mode of Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon that is unlocked by completing the fourth mission, Visual Tricks, in the main game. It can be played online, locally or alone. The game puts four different colored Luigis in one of the modes. The host player can set the amount of floors to five, ten, twenty-five, and endless, as well as the difficulty of the mode: Normal, Hard, and Expert. The endless floor option is available only for the chosen mode once the 25 floors of that game mode are cleared. If the amount of floors is set to endless, the difficulty is automatically set to endless and cannot be changed. The final room is always the roof, unless it is set on Endless. The ghost bosses in the ScareScraper have different amounts of HP than their original versions in the main game, and for every five floors cleared, non-boss ghosts gain 5 additional health.

The game ends when all Luigis are KO'd (or trapped), or when they do not complete a floor in an amount of time. Other Luigis can revive a fainted Luigi by pressing X Button near him to revive him. This brings his HP back to 20, and it releases hearts. Luigis can communicate with each other (even when KO'd) when the player either presses the +Control Pad or touches the touchscreen.

Players[edit]

  • Luigi with green cap, Poltergust and overalls. (Player 1)
  • Luigi with blue cap, Poltergust and overalls. (Player 2)
  • Luigi with orange cap, Poltergust and overalls. (Player 3)
  • Luigi with pink cap, Poltergust and overalls. (Player 4)

When playing a ScareScraper, Luigis are colored depending on the order of when they join it, meaning that the player is always an all-green Luigi when playing solo on their own ScareScraper or hosting it for other players.

Voice Commands[edit]

  • "Hey!" (+Control Pad up)
  • "Thank you very much!" (+Control Pad left)
  • "Good job!" (+Control Pad right)
  • "Help help!" (+Control Pad down)
  • "Over here!" (Stylus)
  • "You're welcome!" (+Control Pad right)

Modes[edit]

Luigis cooperating to capture The Brain.

Hunter Mode[edit]

All Luigis work together to capture all ghosts on the floors before time runs out. A gauge on the right side of the bottom screen shows ghostly activity that empties as ghosts are captured. Depending on the difficulty, such as in Endless mode, Strong versions of ghosts may appear in earlier floors. The time limit is 5 minutes per floor.

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Modo Caza Hunt Mode
French Chasse Hunting
Dutch Jachtstand Hunting Mode
German Jäger-Modus Hunter Mode
Italian Modalità Cacciatore Hunter Mode
Portuguese Modo de Caça Hunt Mode

Rush Mode[edit]

Luigis try to escape each floor by reaching the exit and stepping on the switches before time runs out. The timer starts at 30 seconds, but the time limit can be extended by collecting timepieces (for an additional 10 seconds) from paintings and furniture, or by clearing rooms of ghosts. Rush Mode does not have locked doors or keys, however, Gobbers may occasionally drop from ceilings in dark rooms and block the doors with its goo; they must be captured in order to proceed.

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Modo Tiempo Time Mode
French Sprint Sprint
Dutch Tijdnoodstand Timetrouble Mode
German Tempo-Modus Speed Mode
Italian Modalità Tempo Time Mode
Portuguese Modo de Tempo Time Mode

Polterpup Mode[edit]

Polterpups escaping their hiding place in Polterpup Mode.

Luigis work together to capture all Polterpups on each floor by following their invisible paw prints with the Dark-Light Device. The Luigis must first locate the kennel before the Polterpups can even be caught. Sometimes Polterpups may even summon other ghosts to hinder progress. Depending on the difficulty of the ScareScraper, the amount of Polterpups to be captured on a floor vary, ranging from a minimum of 2 Polterpups to a maximum of 6. The Luigis have 5 minutes to capture them all.

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOA) Modo Espectrochucho Spectrum mutt Mode (Espectrochucho is the American Spanish name for Polterpup)
Spanish (NOE) Modo Ectochucho Ectomutt Mode (Ectochucho is the European Spanish name for Polterpup)
French Traque Hunt
Dutch Polterpupstand Polterpup Mode
German Pinscher-Modus Pinscher Mode
Italian Modalità Poltercuccioli Polterpups Mode (Poltercucciolo is the Italian name for Polterpup)
Portuguese Modo de Fantacães Polterpups Mode (Fantacão is the Portuguese name for Polterpup)

Surprise Mode[edit]

A combination of the Hunter, Rush, and Polterpup Modes — two Hunter Mode floors, one Rush Mode floor, and one Polterpup Mode floor in random order. It is unlocked by completing the other three modes on any difficulty/floor amount at least once and beating Dark Moon Quest.

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Modo Sorpresa Surprise Mode
German Zufalls-Modus Coincidence Mode

Boss Floors[edit]

On every fifth floor, a boss ghost is fought, regardless of the mode. On the final floor, The Brain is always the boss (unless playing on Endless). Boss ghosts are assisted by regular ghosts as the Luigis vacuum them up, with more regular ghosts appearing with more players. The Luigis have 5 minutes to defeat the boss.

Bonuses[edit]

When a floor is completed, the Red Coin Scramble! occurs: four Red Coins appear in random rooms and the Luigis have 20 seconds to collect them all for a chance to play Red Coin Bonus! (a sole Luigi has an all-or-nothing chance to play). The bonus game rewards a Luigi with a bonus item if their icon stops next to it. The more Red Coins a Luigi gets, the more consecutive icons of his appear in the roulette, increasing his chances of winning the bonus item at the end of the floor (a sole Luigi has a bonus item randomly selected). The bonus items consist of the following:

  • Dark-Light Goggles - Reveals invisible objects and ghosts to players before the Dark-Light Device is used.
  • Poltergust x2 or x3 - Increases the sucking power of the vacuum. Stacks with Poltergust Suction upgrades (once earned).
  • Restorator (Heal-Vac in PAL version) - Converts captured ghosts into hearts.
  • Map - Reveals the entire floor layout. This includes the exit (in Rush Mode) and Polterpup locations (in Polterpup Mode). In Rush Mode, a map can sometimes be obtained once a dark room that it's in is cleared of ghosts.

Bonus items take effect only on the next floor. Sometimes a bonus item can even be found in vases, paintings, or other furniture. A Luigi can have up to three bonus items equipped at a time.

Upgrades[edit]

Upgrades are rewarded to the entire team if they reach certain treasure totals. These totals differ depending on the mode being played. Once players earn the Suction Level 3 upgrade, the next upgrades is always Heart Drops up until a certain point. Unlike in Dark Moon Quest, the upgrades are not permanent; the next time the Luigis play another ScareScraper, they must earn these upgrades again.

Upgrade Hunter Mode Rush Mode Polterpup Mode Surprise Mode
Poltergust Lv2 600 G 400 G 250 G 500 G
Dark-Light Lv2 1800 G 1100 G 750 G 1500 G
Suction Lv2 4000 G 2400 G 1600 G 3000 G
Poltergust Lv3 7000 G 4000 G 2500 G 5500 G
Dark-Light Lv3 11500 G 7000 G 4500 G 9000 G
Suction Lv3 16000 G 10000 G 6500 G 12500 G
Heart Drop 20000 G 12000 G 7500 G 15500 G
Heart Drop 24000 G 14000 G 8500 G 18500 G
Heart Drop 28000 G 16000 G 9500 G 21500 G
Heart Drop 32000 G 18000 G 10500 G 24500 G
Heart Drop 36000 G 20000 G 11500 G 27500 G
Heart Drop 40000 G 22000 G 12500 G 30500 G
Heart Drop 44000 G 24000 G 13500 G 33500 G
Heart Drop 48000 G 26000 G 14500 G 36500 G
Heart Drop 52000 G 28000 G 15500 G 39500 G
Heart Drop 56000 G 30000 G 16500 G 42500 G
Heart Drop 60000 G 32000 G 17500 G 45500 G
Heart Drop 64000 G 34000 G 18500 G 48500 G
Heart Drop 68000 G 36000 G 19500 G 51500 G
Heart Drop 72000 G 38000 G 20500 G 54500 G
Heart Drop 76000 G 40000 G 21500 G 57500 G
Heart Drop 80000 G 42000 G 22500 G 60500 G
Heart Drop 84000 G 44000 G 23500 G 63500 G
Heart Drop 88000 G 46000 G 24500 G 66500 G
Heart Drop 92000 G 48000 G 25500 G 69500 G
Heart Drop 96000 G 50000 G 26500 G 72500 G

Traps[edit]

There are three different traps that the Luigis can encounter. All of these traps require help of a teammate to relieve the player of these status conditions. This also means there are no traps if there is a single Luigi playing as there is no one to help him. If all players are stuck in traps, the game is over.

  • A player can get trapped by a carpet in a room. Another player needs to vacuum carpet tassel in order to pull the player free. The room remains dark until the player gets freed, and ghosts keep spawning to damage the trapped player.
  • A player has a chance of getting cursed when inspecting furniture. The curse reverses a player's controls, and it can be spread if the affected player makes contact with another player. Cursed players drop their bonus items, if any, and cannot pick them up. A player has to shine the Dark-Light Device on the affected player to relieve the player of the conditions.
  • A player has a chance of getting stuck in a large vase upon inspecting it. The affected player is unable to do anything other than moving. Another player has to vacuum and pull a dangling cord in order to free the player. The room remains dark until the player gets freed. Ghosts keep spawning to deal damage to the affected player until the vase is removed. This can be avoided if the player vacuums the vase with the Poltergust beforehand to see if it wobbles or not -- vases that don't wobble are traps. If there are any active suits of armor available in the room while the Luigi is trapped, the Luigi can free himself if he can make the suit of armor shatter the vase with its sword; the player still takes damage, however.

Results[edit]

Totals[edit]

At the end of each floor, the players can view statistics of their activity on the floor they completed on the top screen. Upon completing -- or losing in -- a ScareScraper, the Luigis are ranked based on their performance (e.g. capturing ghosts and avoiding traps, and taking as little damage as possible) and are rewarded in G for the Vault. The higher ranked a Luigi is and the more floors they have cleared, the larger the prize.

  • Amount of spectral mass (W) obtained from ghosts.
  • Amount of treasure (G) collected.
  • Amount of ghosts captured.
  • Amount of ghost HP drained.
  • Amount of times KO'd.
  • Amount of damage taken.
  • Amount of times cursed.
  • Amount of times trapped (in vases or carpet traps).

After defeating a boss ghost, the player can view the total statistics of all the floors they completed so far, after viewing the statistics of the floor they just completed.

Achievements[edit]

In the results screen, before all the players are ready to begin the next floor, they can see achievements they have obtained on the floor they just cleared on the bottom screen. These achievements are based on their performance, but they're otherwise there just for fun.

  • MVP / Master Tracker - Most Ghosts Captured
  • Workhorse - Most Ghost HP Drained
  • Life Support - Most Hearts Collected
  • Money Maker - Most Treasure Collected
  • Heavy Lifter - Most Boss HP Drained
  • Bulldozer - Most Teammates Knocked Down
  • The Bigger They Are... - Most Bosses Captured
  • Brightens the Place Up / Torch Bearer - Most Rooms Cleared
  • All Shook Up - Most Furniture Searched
  • Leecher - Most Steals
  • Prettiest Wallflower - Try to get more involved on the next floor!
  • Room for Improvement - There's nowhere to go but up!
  • Participator - You'll do better next time!
  • Mostly Harmless - Your team needs more from you!
  • Here, Doggie! - Most Polterpups Discovered

Ghosts[edit]

There are 47 ghosts encountered solely within the ScareScraper (not including normal Polterpups). One of 45 of these ghosts (excluding Big Polterpup and The Brain) are fought on every fifth floor, and The Brain is fought on the final floor. If the player is playing multiplayer without a game card, then they see special boss ghosts simply as larger, yellow, common ghosts.

Gold Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
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Bomb Brother
These identical twin brothers sure have a blast playing with bombs!
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Beetle Whisperer
(Scarab Nabber in PAL version)
This ghost isn't exactly a people person. He gets downright grumpy when disturbed, and won't hesitate to "introduce" you to his beetle friends.
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Terrible Teleporter
Flag of USA.png: These twin sneakers are trouble with a capital T! Mess with them and you might end up being teleported out of the room! I learned that lesson the hard way.

Flag of Europe.png: These twin sneakers are trouble with a capital T! Mess with them and you're likely to be teleported out of the room! I learned that the hard way.

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Primordial Goo
Flag of USA.png: This ancient ghost is the granddaddy of all Creepers. Be careful! If you pull too hard, you might get more than you bargained for!

Flag of Europe.png: This ancient ghost here is your chief Creeper. Be careful around this fellow, or you might get more than you bargained for!

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Creeper Launcher
(Creeper Creator in PAL version)
An enormous ghost with the uncanny ability to produce other ghosts! I've never seen anything like it! I'd recommend ghost hunters deal with him in a group, just to be safe.

Common Ghosts[edit]

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Ghost Ghost Container Description
Polterpup Normally very playful and kind, the Polterpups started misbehaving after the Dark Moon shattered.
Big Polterpup This pooch is big, so it might take more than one ghost hunter to keep him under control!
The Brain Flag of USA.png: This cunning ghost is the most evolved of all the Poltergeists. He awaits ghost hunters who are both brave and smart enough to match his powers.

Flag of Europe.png: This ghost is the most cunning of the Boffins. He awaits ghost trackers who are both brave and smart enough to match his powers.

Fashion Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
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Fright Knight
Rumor has it that this Greenie comes from the middle ages, where he was a knight searching for a kidnapped princess. Sadly, wherever he went, she always seemed to be in another castle.
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Cold Catcher
(Snug Thug in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: Even tough guys get chilly every now and then. Trust me. I speak from experience.

Flag of Europe.png: Slammers are mainly known for their strength, but this one has enough brains to know that when it's cold, you need to wear a coat!

FreakerSneaker LMDM.png
Freaker Sneaker
(Sleek Sneaker in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: It seems this narcissistic ghost doesn't like to turn invisible because he wants everyone to see how good he looks. Bizarre.

Flag of Europe.png: It seems this narcissistic ghost doesn't like turning invisible because it makes it harder for the other ghosts to be dazzled by its fashion sense.

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Tether Jacket
At first I thought he was trying to attack me, but then I realized he just wanted me to try on his fancy jacket. He could have just asked...
Yukata Ball.png
Yukata Ball
(Spectral Sloth in PAL version)
After a nice hot shower and with no other plans for the day, this Gobber slips right into his bathrobe and gets ready to lounge around. This ghost is living the dream.

Flower Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
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Blue Pimpernel
Flag of USA.png: I imagine he would have chosen green flowers instead of blue, but green flowers are surprisingly difficult to find. Go figure.

Flag of Europe.png: I imagine he would have chosen green flowers instead of blue, but green flowers are surprisingly difficult to find. Who would've guessed?

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Sun Flower
Heh! The funny thing...heh heh...the funny thing is...he can't stand the sun! Ho ho! Oho! Hooooo... Is that irony? I never know if I'm using that word correctly.
LMDM Pink Zinnia.png
Pink Zinnia
Whenever he appears, he's hard to miss!
Violet LMDM.png
Violet
When he's in puddle form, he looks like a little garden dotted with beautiful flowers. It's really breathtaking...but not in a good way.
Daisy Ghost.png
Daisy
Flag of USA.png: When he's not hungry, he's probably as gentle as a freshly picked flower. Too bad he has a bottomless stomach.

Flag of Europe.png: When he's not hungry, he's probably as gentle as a freshly picked flower. Too bad we'll never know, though; this fellow has a bottomless stomach.

Food Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
Spookumber.png
Spookumber
(Melon-choly in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: He may look like one of my favorite vegetables, but this ghost didn't come from a creeping vine. More like a creepy vine, right?

Flag of Europe.png: Although his body looks like a big ol' melon, the vertical stripes have a slimming effect.

LMDM Aweberry.png
Aweberry
His favorite thing to do is dip himself in mud and pretend it's chocolate. It's...odd, to say the least.
LMDM Scorn.png
Scorn
Flag of USA.png: This funny-looking ghost has kernels for teeth. I bet he wishes he could pop them when he smiles - if not to give people a big ol'fright, at least to get free popcorn at the movie theater.

Flag of Europe.png: This funny-looking ghost has kernels for teeth. I bet he wishes he could pop them all at once - if not to give people a big ol'fright, at least to get free popcorn at the cinema.

Scareambles.png
Scareambles
(Fright Egg in PAL version)
Eureka! This ghostly egg can reassemble itself once it's cracked!
Terrorange.png
Terrorange
Flag of USA.png: He once helped an amateur farmer win a contest by pretending he was a gigantic orange. Don't ask me how I know that.

Flag of Europe.png: Once he helped a farmer win a contest by pretending he was a gigantic orange. Don't ask me how I know that.

Halloween Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
Spooky Spook.png
Spooky Spook
Flag of USA.png: That's not a costume. He always dresses like that. Seriously.

Flag of Europe.png: That's not a costume. He's just really retro.

LMDM Scars.png
Scars
Even though he's both a zombie and a ghost, he has fun and enjoys life to the fullest.
LMDM Scool.png
Scool
(Skoul in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: There's no denying that he looks creepy, but he's actually a pretty interesting feller once you get to know him.

Flag of Europe.png: On first impression, you might think this fellow is creepy, but once you get to know him....you know for sure.

Jack-goo-lantern LMDM.png
Jack-goo-lantern
It's always "trick or trick" with this guy! He seems to have conveniently forgotten the treat part. Sheesh!
Blimp Reaper.png
Blimp Reaper
Instead of a scythe, he walks around with a giant roast turkey leg. Uh huh...

Bug Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
Dreadonfly.png
Dreadonfly
He doesn't have two pairs of wings. In fact, he doesn't have any wings. What good are wings on a ghost?
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Lady Gug
(Shadybird in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: Sure, his name might have "lady" in it, but nothing could be further from the truth.

Flag of Europe.png: His name may have "bird" in it, but don't expect him to sing for you.

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Fright Fly
(Terrorfly in PAL version)
Criminy! I didn't think something so small could be so...terrifying! The size-to scare ratio of this little guy is off the charts!
Blobberfly.png
Blobberfly
This ghost isn't anywhere near as graceful as a regular butterfly, or as harmless.
Go Bee.png
Go-Bee
(Grumble Bee in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: Incredible! This ghostly bee has glands that produce delicious spectral honey! Although, too much of the stuff will make your tongue numb. Take my word for it.

Flag of Europe.png: Instead of covering everything with goo, our stripey friend here prefers to splatter the walls and floors with honey. But be careful not to lick it! It'll make your tongue go numb.

Marine Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
Horrorca.png
Horrorca
Fascinating! This ghost appears to speak fluent Whale!
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Clown Fishy
The reason this fellow is so angry is because people keep thinking clown fish are actual clowns. They're not. No sense of humor whatsoever. Didn't laugh at any of my jokes.
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Shriek Shark
The entire time I've been observing him, this tough looking spook has been practicing swimming through the air like a shark. Still needs some work.
Pondguin LMDM.png
Pondguin
I tried to feed him some fish, but he wouldn't eat them. He just kept trying to scare them. It didn't work.
Wurdle.png
Wurdle
(Snapper in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: This ghost would have you believe that he moves very slowly, but he's just trying to trick you. He's actually very fast!

Flag of Europe.png: This ghost would have you believe that he moves really slowly, but don't be fooled - it's just an act. Yep, this one's not just crafty, he's pretty swift too!

Sport Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
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Bad-minton
Flag of USA.png: He tries to act like a roughneck, but he secretly loves argyle sweater-vests. I'm pretty sure he comes from old money.

Flag of Europe.png: He's not bad, per se. He's just... really mischievous.

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Footbrawl
(American Footbrawl in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: I'd stay out of his way unless you want to get tackled. He's been voted MVP of the ghost football league for three consecutive years!

Flag of Europe.png: I'd stay out of his way unless you want to get tackled. Nothing like a bit of protective padding to bring out your boisterous side.

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Tennis Menace
Careful with this one! He's been known to sneak onto tennis courts midmatch and cover the ball with ghostly goo!
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Goolf
The only thing he enjoys more than playing golf is creating "hazards" on the green.
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Soccer Ball
(Ball Hog in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: Whatever you do, don't try to touch him with your hands! Oddly, though, he doesn't mind if you knock him around with your feet.

Flag of Europe.png: Whatever you do, don't try to pick him up or touch him with your hands! He hates that. Oddly, though, he doesn't seem to mind if you knock him around with your feet.

Animal Ghost Series[edit]

Ghost Ghost Container Description
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Awelligator
(Maligator in PAL version)
Flag of USA.png: Much like a real gator, he hides under the water until someone steps a little too close.

Flag of Europe.png: Much like a real alligator, he hides under the water until someone steps a little too close.

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Banegal
He tries to roar ferociously, but what comes out sounds more like an adorable kitty meowing. Don't tell him I said that.
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Zebrawl
Between you and me, his striped camouflage seems a bit unnecessary considering he can turn invisible whenever he wants.
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Leoprank
His hunting method is simple but effective: He waits until someone steps on him
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Cawe
(Full Moo in PAL version)
I don't recommend pouring this ghostly bovine's milk over your cereal. Trust me on this. I'm still cleaning up the mess.

Opening screens[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese テラータワー
Terātawā
Terror Tower
Spanish (NOA) Torre del Horror Horror Tower
Spanish (NOE) Torre de los Desafíos Tower of Challenges
French Tour Hantée Haunted Tower
Dutch Tumulttoren Tumult Tower (tumult means an uproar or disorder)
German Wirrwarrturm Tangle Tower
Italian Torre del caos Tower of Chaos
Portuguese Torre dos Sustos Tower of Scares
Russian Башня кошмаров
Bashnya koshmarov
Tower of Nightmares
Korean 공포의 타워
Gongpoui Taweo
Tower of Terror
Chinese 恐佈高塔
Kǒngbùgāotǎ
Terrifying Tower

Trivia[edit]