Wario Tei

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Wario Tei is the tenth stage found in Mario & Wario. The lord of the estate is Wario.[1] It is continued from Wario no Niwa, although if the player receives a Game Over from this point on (not counting the EXTRA stage) then they lose all of their progress and have to continue their adventure from LEVEL 9-1. A stone guardian watches Wanda's invasion. During the stage intro, Wario drops an oil can with a "W" on it.

LEVEL 10-1[edit]

This level features a few Switch Blocks along with some Jump Blocks, Elevators, and Hibi Blocks. The only enemies in this level are blue and yellow Unibō. Luigi can be found in the middle of the level near a few sets of Switch Blocks.

LEVEL 10-2[edit]

This level has Mario starting in the top right corner and contains many Timer Blocks. The far left side of the level has many Tsubōn on the walls that can fall by destroying the Hibi Blocks they are on. This level also has a few Elevators.

LEVEL 10-3[edit]

The far left side of this level has a very tall Elevator on it and contains the blue variation of Unibō. There are also several small Flip-Flop Blocks and Jump Blocks throughout the level as well as a few small Hibi Blocks.

LEVEL 10-4[edit]

Mario starts at the top right of this level and it features a maze of both large and small Hibi blocks and some horizontal Tsubōn. Some of the Tsubōn in the level are attached to Coin Blocks. Luigi can be found on the very bottom right of the level.

LEVEL 10-5[edit]

This level contains several small Hibi Blocks, Timer Blocks, and Elevators. The bottom of this level has a few Flip-Flop Blocks. The only enemies that are in this level are the yellow variations of the Unibō. Luigi can be found at the top middle of the level somewhat close to where Mario started.

LEVEL 10-6[edit]

This level features a few rows of Tsubōn that shoot in a diagonal direction. There are also two sets of very tall Elevators that will take Mario back to the top of the level. Some Stars sitting on top of small Hibi blocks can be seen at the top of the area.

LEVEL 10-7[edit]

This level starts at the top right and contains many large versions of the Switch Blocks. The level also has a few sets of Elevators and the only enemies featured here are Guriguri. Luigi can be found atop a high platform on the far right side at the top of the level.

LEVEL 10-8[edit]

This level contains a few large versions of the Hibi Blocks and a few small Flip-Flop Blocks, Jump Blocks, and Elevators. The only enemies featured in this level are the yellow and blue variations of Unibō. The very bottom of this level has many Nebaneba Blocks and small Elevators.

LEVEL 10-9[edit]

This level features several floating platforms that form a staircase-like walkway to the bottom right of the area. The far right side has a tall Elevator that will take Mario back to where he started. The only enemies featured in this level are Guriguri.

LEVEL 10-10[edit]

This level is the last normal level in the game. It features many small Flip-Flop Blocks, Jump Blocks, and a few Elevators. There is also a small section that has a bed of spikes. The far right side has a tall Elevator that will take Mario back to the very top area of this level where Luigi can be found.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワリオ[1]
Wario Tei
Wario Manor

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mario & Wario instruction booklet, page 14.