Slipskate Slope

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Slipskate Slope
Slipskate Slope in Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
Game Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
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Slipskate Slope is an island located on Lake Lapcat, the main location of the Bowser's Fury campaign of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. It is one of the few islands that surrounds the Ruins Giga Bell. The island has Mario use an Ice Skate to traverse a straight-forward course with a bunch of Dash Panels and rotating tunnels that run into spiked walls.

Cat Shines[edit]



Make the Lighthouse Shine

Mario has to traverse through an obstacle course with some ramps, Dash Panels and Cat Skipsqueaks. At the end of the obstacle course, there is a Cat Shine waiting at the lighthouse.

Blue Coin Bustle

A P-Switch can be found in front of the entrance gate to the island. Once it's activated, Mario must use an Ice Skate to collect all of the Blue Coins in the obstacle course before they disappear.

Key to the Cat Shine

Mario must take a key with cat ears from the end of the level to a caged Cat Shine near the gate by passing through the secret staircases and hitting the Hidden Blocks.

Five Cat Shine Shards

The player must collect five Cat Shine Shards laying around the obstacle course.

Blast the Fury Blocks

Mario must make Fury Bowser use his attacks to break open some Fury Blocks near the Lighthouse.

Cat Shine Shards[edit]

  • Found atop a Cat Goomba Tower near the first Ice Skate.
  • Found before the first tunnel area, with a ramp Mario must jump off using the Ice Skate and the Dash Panel or glide using Tanooki Mario to reach it.
  • Found immediately after the second Cat Shine Shard on the left side of the first tunnel.
  • Found after exiting the first tunnel, with a ramp Mario should jump off using the Dash Panels to land on top of the second tunnel, where Mario should avoid falling off to reach the Cat Shine Shard at the end.
  • Found after the second tunnel, with another ramp with Dash Panels that Mario must jump off to reach the Cat Shine Shard.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ロングスライダー
Rongu Suraidā
Long Slider

Chinese (simplified) 长滑岛

Long Slide Island

Chinese (traditional) 長滑島

Long Slide Island

Dutch Langhaarbaan
Longhair Track
French Glissade des Gamelles
Bowls slide
German Schlitterschanze
Sliding Ramp
Italian Ripida Rampa Rapida
Ripid Rapid Ramp
Korean 롱 슬라이더
Long Sulida
Long Slider

Portuguese Escorrega Arriscado
Risky Slide
Spanish Descenso Deslizante
Sliding Descent