Stone-Eye Zone

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This article is about Stone-Eye Zone, a level in New Super Mario Bros. U. For other uses, see Layer-Cake Desert-1.
Level
Stone-Eye Zone
Mario and Luigi playing Boost Mode in New Super Mario Bros. U.
World-Level World 2-1
World Layer-Cake Desert
Game New Super Mario Bros. U
Time limit 400 seconds
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Stone-Eye Zone, or Layer-Cake Desert-1, is the first course of Layer-Cake Desert in New Super Mario Bros. U. It features several Stone-Eyes and Sand Geysers, and various ice cream cones and a large cake are visible in the background. It is also the last course in Easy Pack.

Completing this course unlocks Perilous Pokey Cave and Fire Snake Cavern as well as a red Toad House. In addition, it also triggers the first instance of Nabbit and unlocks the Pipe Cannons used to get from world to world.

Layout[edit]

The level begins with a ? Block containing a power-up, along with a Stone-Eye moving in a pit of quicksand. Some Waddlewings are found, along with palm trees that act as platforms. Another Stone-Eye is found, along with a ? Switch. A section with multiple Stone-Eyes with Koopa Troopas on them follows, with Paratroopas flying above. Another Stone-Eye is found, along with some Piranha Plants and Goombas. A Koopa Troopa is on a palm tree. More Waddlewings are found, one of which is holding a Super Acorn, and are followed by the Checkpoint Flag. Moving Stone-Eyes and Sand Geysers act as platforms to cross pits. Paratroopas are found in between the platforms. Following a series of large Stone-Eyes that begin to lower, the Goal Pole is found.

Star Coins[edit]

  • Star Coin 1: The first Star Coin sits in plain sight, and the player must leap off the Stone-Eye below to obtain it.
  • Star Coin 2: The player must use the Flying Squirrel suit or Peachette (New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe only) to reach a Warp Pipe on the tree after the Checkpoint Flag; it leads to the second Star Coin. In multiplayer mode, one player can also jump on another player's head to reach the Warp Pipe.
  • Star Coin 3: Within a Sand Geyser, the third Star Coin can be collected by waiting until the geyser comes up, or when the Stone-Eye moves so the player can grab it while the geyser is up.

Enemies[edit]

Monopoly Gamer[edit]

Stone-Eye Zone is the fourth property on the game board in Monopoly Gamer. It is one of two properties in the Light Blue Color Set (along with Layer-Cake Desert).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キョロキョロ イワヘム地たい
Kyorokyoro Iwahemu-chitai
Peeking Around, Stone-Eye Zone (Kyorokyoro is an onomatopoeia for peeking around.)
Chinese 四处张望的岩石像地带 (Simplified)
四處張望的岩石像地帶 (Traditional)
Sìchù Zhāngwàng de Yánshíxiàng Dìdài
Zone of Peeking-around Stone-Eyes
Dutch Rotskoppenregio Region of rock heads
French Sacrées cabroches! Cabroches sacred!
German Tal der Gesichtsfelsen Valley of the rock face
Italian Zona dei guardaliti Stone-Eye Zone
Korean 뒹구르르 얼바위 지대
Duinggureureu Eolbawi Jidae
Tumbling Stone-eye Zone
Portuguese Moai à Espreita Lurking Moai
Russian Пустыня истуканов
Pustynya istukanov
Statue desert
Spanish ¡Ojo a este desierto! Beware This Desert! (pun on ojo, eye)

Trivia[edit]

Level map[edit]

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