Sherbet Land (world)

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This article is about Sherbet Land from Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3. For other articles with the same name, see Sherbet Land.
World
Sherbet Land
Sherbert land.PNG
Appearance Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (1994)
Levels 6
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Sherbet Land, or Sherbet Island[1], is a secret world in the game Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3. It's completely optional and can only be reached by a secret exit in Mt. Teapot. Sherbert Land is a giant iceberg floating off the coast of Kitchen Island. Since it's an iceberg, its levels consist of lots of water and ice; several levels also have enemies such as D.D. and Pirate Goom frozen in blocks of ice. The boss at the end of this world is Hinyari.

Courses[edit]

Level Image Description
Course No. 14 Set on the bridge leading to the iceberg, this course features many bridges that collapse when Wario touches them.
Course No. 15 This course features ice blocks towards the end, which are deactivated with a switch. Two exits are found in this course.
Course No. 16 A course that shares a similar theme and mechanics with Course No. 16, and also features two exits.
Course No. 17 The first secret course. In this course, Wario traverses through a long ice cave while Pikkarikun chase and attack him.
Course No. 18 SherbetLandCourse18.png The second secret course. Wario must cross through another ice cave with spikes and water.
Course No. 19 The boss level of Sherbet Land that mostly takes place underwater. Hinyari is fought at the end.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シャーベッ[2]
Shābettō
Essentially "Sherbet Island", the name is a pun on the Japanese pronunciation of "Sherbet" and "-tō", a suffix meaning "Island"
(Sherbet Land in-game)
German Sherbet Island[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nintendo Power Volume 58, page 82.
  2. ^ Super Mario Land 3: Wario Land Japanese manual, page 16.
  3. ^ Official German Super Game Boy Spieleberater ("Super Game Boy Game Guide")