Snake Block Tower

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This article is about Snake Block Tower, a level in New Super Mario Bros. U. For other uses, see Soda Jungle-Tower.
Snake Block Tower
World-Level World 5-Fort Icon.png
World Soda Jungle
Game New Super Mario Bros. U
Time limit 500 seconds
Boss Boom Boom
Notes This Tower features a giant Snake Block.
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Snake Block Tower, or Soda Jungle-Fort Icon.pngTower, is the Tower of Soda Jungle in New Super Mario Bros. U. This level is unlocked via completion of Bridge over Poisoned Waters or Bramball Woods. Beating the Boom Boom in this course unlocks a passage to Which-Way Labyrinth.


The entrance to the boss fight

The level begins in a small, one-screen room where some Giant Brick Blocks and one Giant ? Block are found. A Warp Pipe takes the player to the second area of the tower.

The second area features a giant Snake Block, which goes upwards, coming across Amps and their larger sub-species, Spinners, a Red Ring, a small Snake Block as well as two Star Coins. When the Snake Block clashes with a wall, stone blocks on the ceiling break, thus revealing the Checkpoint Flag.

Another Warp Pipe takes Mario to a similar area, though this time he encounters bigger Spinner rows, and more Big Amps. The third Star Coin is found as the giant Snake Block rises. To the far left is the door to the Boom Boom's room. An Invisible Block hides an item on the wall next to the door. Before the fight officially begins, Kamek swoops in and enlarges the Boom Boom.

Star Coins[edit]

  • Star Coin 1: In the second area, the first Star Coin is found just to the right of two Amps.
  • Star Coin 2: In order to collect the second Star Coin, the player must ride the first small Snake Block in the level, found right after the first Star Coin.
  • Star Coin 3: In the third room, Mario must follow another small Snake Block, which goes right to the final Star Coin.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おおきなスネークブロックのとりで
Ookina Sunēku Burokku no Toride
Large Snake Block Fortress
Spanish Torre Serpenteante Winding Tower
French Tour des blocs serpent Tower of snake blocks
Dutch Slangenbloktoren Snake block tower
German Schlangenblockturm Snake Block Tower
Italian Torre dei blocchi serpentini Snake Block tower
Portuguese (NOE) Torre dos Blocos Serpente Tower of the Snake Blocks
Russian Башня блоков-змеек
Bashnya blokov-zmeyek
Snake block tower