Sumo Bro's Spinning Tower

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This article is about Sumo Bro's Spinning Tower, a level in New Super Luigi U. For other uses, see Rock-Candy Mines-Tower 2.
Sumo Bro's Spinning Tower
Sumo Bro's Spinning Tower
Level code World 6-Tower (2)
World Rock-Candy Mines
Game New Super Luigi U
Time limit 100 seconds
Boss Boss Sumo Bro
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Sumo Bro's Spinning Tower, or Rock-Candy Mines-Tower, is Rock-Candy Mines' second tower in New Super Luigi U. Unlike World 6-Tower2 in New Super Mario Bros., it shares its numeric label with the world's first tower, Smashing-Stone Tower.


This tower begins near a platform with a Sumo Bro on it. A ? Block is found above the Sumo Bro. A Fire Bar is found, along with a Screwtop Lift that the player must use to ascend. A ? Block is found, along with another moving platform with a Fire Bar at either end of the track. On the left wall is a Hidden Block that contains a 1-Up Mushroom. Another ? Block is found, along with a Screwtop Lift with a Dry Bones on it. Two Fire Bars are encountered as the Screwtop Lift moves up, where another platform with a Dry Bones is found. A Sumo Bro is found above the Screwtop Lift as it rises. A Screwtop Lift with three Sumo Bros. above it must then by used. This leads to the boss door, with a Sumo Bro found above. After entering the boss door, Boss Sumo Bro must be fought.

Star Coins[edit]

  • Star Coin 1: In about midway, the player must jump when they are at the middle of the track holding the Screwtop Lift. They must then jump, and wall-jump to get the first Star Coin.
  • Star Coin 2: In the place where three Sumo Bros try and electrocute the player, the player must eliminate the last Sumo Bro, and jump to the platform to get the second Star Coin.
  • Star Coin 3: The third Star Coin is located at the very top of the tower. The player must reveal the three hidden blocks right near the boss door, one containing a power-up; then jump up the blocks, and jump again to reveal another set of blocks. They then must eliminate the Sumo Bro on top, then jump to get the final Star Coin.

Luigi Sightings[edit]

An 8-bit Luigi is seen right on top of the tower, when the player grabs the third Star Coin.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese まいてかわして KKのとりで
Maite Kawashite KK no Toride
Wind it and Dodge it, Fortress of Sumo Bros.

Chinese 转动发条回避的KK堡垒 (Simplified)
轉動發條迴避的KK堡壘 (Traditional)
Zhuàndòng Fātiáo Huíbì de KK Bǎolěi
Sumo Bros. Fortress of Dodging by Winding up Keys

Dutch Sumo Bro's draaitoren
Sumo Bro's Turn Tower
Italian Torre meccanica dei Sumo Bros.
Mechanic tower of Sumo Bros.
Korean 돌리고 피하고 케이케이 요새
Dolligo Pihago Keikei Yosae
Spin and Avoid, Sumo Bro Fortress

Portuguese Torre Rotativa dos Manos Sumo
Sumo Bro's Spinning Tower
Spanish Torre Sumo Tornillo
Sumo Screw Tower

Level map[edit]

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