- Not to be confused with Moe-Eye.
Super Mario series
New Super Mario Bros. U / New Super Luigi / New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
In New Super Mario Bros. U, New Super Luigi U and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, they mostly inhabit desert-themed levels, and either move in numerous different patterns (e.g. swaying, up and down, to the left or right, etc.) or are completely stationary. Based on their movement patterns, they can assist and/or hinder players.
Some Stone-Eyes can be moved by Ground Pounding on top of them; this is often necessary to reach things such as Star Coins or paths to secret exits. They have their eyes fixed on the player when approached; if the player performs a Spin Jump, their eyes will roll around for a moment. There are also brown-colored, rectangular Stone-Eyes with their eyes closed that serve as stationary platforms. In New Super Luigi U's Spinning Sandstones, one of them resembles Luigi.
Super Mario Run
Stone-Eyes reappear in the background of desert levels in Super Mario Run.
Super Mario Maker 2
In Super Mario Maker 2, Stone-Eyes can be seen again in the background of New Super Mario Bros. U-styled desert courses. As of version 3.0.0, Stone-Eyes designed in the style of Super Mario World may appear on desert-themed course icons in Super Worlds.
Mario Golf series
Mario Golf: World Tour
In Mario Golf: World Tour, Stone-Eyes appear on the Layer-Cake Desert golf course. The course features reddish totem-like Stone-Eyes that act as obstacles, as well as regular Stone-Eyes that are out of bounds.
Mario Golf: Super Rush
Mario Party 10
Dr. Mario World
The Super Mario Bros. Movie
Names in other languages
|From「岩」(iwa, rock) and possibly「凹む」(hekomu, to collapse)|
|French (NOE)||Cabroche||Pun on "roche" (rock) and possibly the colloquial word "caboche" (head)|
|Italian||Guardalito||From "guardare" (to glance) and "-lito" (Italian suffix equivalent to "-lith")|
|From "얼굴" (eolgul, face) and "바위" (bawi, rock)|
|Spanish (NOE)||Rocomiro||Masculine form of words "roca" (rock) and "mirar" (to look)|
- Prior to their appearance in New Super Mario Bros. U, Stone-Eyes made an appearance in the New Super Mario Bros. Mii tech demo. Here, their eyes did not move.
- Chaîne New Super Mario Bros. U. New Super Mario Bros. U - Défis : Course en plein cagnard (Wii U) video description.
- Canal New Super Mario Bros. U (February 18th, 2013). New Super Mario Bros. U - Selva Gelatinosa-5 - Primeira Moeda-Estrela (Wii U) video description.