MarioWiki
Advertisement

SM wiki icon.pngMario Party wiki icon.png


"Can everyone please stop telling jokes and start actually helping?!"
BJJ Wendy O Koopa and Captains.png Wendy O. Koopa is not happy. She has spotted broken links on this article. You can make her proud by helping MarioWiki editors create pages!

This article is about a cubic object which functions like the Warp Pipe and Launch Star. You may be looking for a rainbow-colored block that can switch spots with another player, Warp Block.


The Warp Box (ワープボックス Warp Box?) is a cubic object that debuted in Super Mario 3D Land.


Description

Warp Boxes are clear boxes that have orange borders. Their interiors contain some colourful confetti. The Warp Box has an exclamation mark on it. The Warp Box functions the same as the Warp Pipe and Launch Star. If the player teleports through it, it changes its appearance. It has yellow-and-white-checker pattern around the box gaining its orange borders.

In Super Mario series

Super Mario 3D Land

Warp Boxes debut in Super Mario 3D Land. In 3D Land, Mario/Luigi is teleported to another Warp Box if they run into it.

Super Mario 3D World

Warp Boxes appear in Super Mario 3D World levels. There are some situations where the player must collect all the five Key Coins to be able to access the Warp Box. If one player teleports and the other player is left behind, the player is automatically brought inside it. In their dormant state, Warp Boxes glow grey.

In Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Warp Boxes return in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker as an object. They are found in Clear Pipe Cruise for the Wii U. The Warp Box is found in Chaos in the Grand Labyrinth for the Nintendo Switch. It is found in Mummy-Me Maze Forever in both versions.

In Mario Party series

The Warp Box appears as an item in Mario Party: Star Rush, The Top 100 and Super Mario Party. The player can use this item and choose the rival's spot to warp.

External links

Advertisement