|It has been suggested that this article be split into the following: Simu-Block, Simultaneous Block. (discuss)|
A Simu-Block (alternatively Simu-block) is a block found in the Mario & Luigi series. In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and its remake, this half-red, half-green variety of ! Block always comes in pairs and must be struck simultaneously by Mario and Luigi to be activated. These blocks are usually separated by some distance and require some puzzle-solving to be able to hit them both at the same time.
In Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, these blocks are called Simultaneous Blocks and are in a quad-color scheme. They appear in either pairs or sets of four, but they are always next to each other. Only one of the blocks is solid at first; any others are holograms. The Mario Bros., their baby selves, or all four must strike them, one after another, to activate their effect.
Names in other languages
4-nin Dōji Burokku
|4-Person Simultaneous Block (Partners in Time)|
|Italian||Simu Blocco||Simu Block|
- "***Block Fortune*** Today's lucky block is... the Simu-Block. If you hit the two Simu-Blocks up ahead simultaneously, your luck will improve! The secret to hitting them simultaneously is to get on the top and bottom ledges!" – Sign in a Presenter's cave, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
- "Dear Mustachioed Gentlemen: The two blocks here are called Simu-Blocks. If both of these blocks are struck simultaneously, something will occur..." – Plaque in a room in Joke's End of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions
- "Dear Mustachioed Gentlemen: The two blocks here are called Simu-blocks. If both of these blocks are struck simultaneously, something will occur..." – Plaque in a room in Joke's End of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
- Hoffman, Chris. Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Player's Guide. Page 10.