Track Block

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Track Block
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First appearance

Super Mario Maker 2 (2019)

Track Blocks are objects in Super Mario Maker 2 that can be placed in levels using the Super Mario 3D World style. Like Piranha Creepers and Snake Blocks, the path the block takes can be freely drawn by the player. Track Blocks come in two different colors: red, which move when ON/OFF Switches are in the "on" position, and blue, which start moving only when the player steps on it. After a blue Track Block has reached its set destination, its light blinks and a chime sounds three times before it returns to its original location.

Although Track Blocks do not appear in the original Super Mario Maker or its 3DS port, they can be reproduced by placing a single block on a track.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きどうブロック
Kidō Burokku
Track Block
Spanish (NOA) Bloque riel
Dutch Beweegblok Moving Block
German Spur-Block Track Block
Italian Blocco traiettoria Trajectory Block
Portuguese (NOE) Bloco carril[1] Rail block
Russian Рельс-блок
Rel's-blok
Rail Block
Chinese 机动砖块 (Simplified)
機動磚塊 (Traditional)
Jīdòng zhuān kuài
Maneuvering Brick

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nintendo Portugal. (May 15, 2019). Super Mario Maker 2 Direct - 15/05/2019. YouTube. Retrieved January 10, 2020.