General Locations – Super Mario 3D World Hidden Luigis Guide

Take a look below to see all the general Luigi references in Super Mario 3D World! If you see any we missed, leave a comment below and let us know where!

 

Title Screen

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Intro

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Question Blocks

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Sprixie Tents

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Roulette Minigames

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Electronic Manual

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RLWilliams3d
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RLWilliams3d

Electronic Manual: An 8 bit Luigi is seen at the bottom of Pg. 8.

garroldgansun
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garroldgansun

there is one floating through the wind in Peepa’s Fog Bog

brendanhoffmann3
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brendanhoffmann3

In the rouleutte mini game, if you get a jackpot, a 8-bit Luigi will fall for a split second.

Braystar
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Braystar

On the title screen once U beat (Spoiler) Meowser (or have NSLU in UR Wii U memory) there is a button to take U to Luigi Bros. and THAT’S the Luigi… I need a break from typing AND I STILL DON’T have SM3D!

RLWilliams3d
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RLWilliams3d

For the Sprixie Tents, move the 1st bird on the left window to see a peeking Luigi. He’ll leave after a few seconds after doing this.

Sonic19
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Sonic19

In the intro, some 8-bit luigi’s can be seen cominbg out of the clear pipe

Sonic19
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Sonic19

Small 8-bit Luigis can often be seen within confetti near the end of levels

ADS
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ADS

An 8 – bit Luigi can be seen near the top of page 17 in the game’s electronic manual.

Sea Slug and Wagashi
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Sea Slug and Wagashi

@SuperZambezi
I know this might be a bit rude, but since there is no icon for this section in the other worlds’ pages, I though you might of forgot about it. Just trying to tell you that there are some good Luigi locations down there in the comments not on this page yet. I’m very sorry for bugging you like this if you were just plain busy.

I hope I did the top thing right… It isn’t white… Yet I’m sure I spelt their name right…

Yoshiman222
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Yoshiman222

*sigh…
No one? Not any yet? Might as well then…

Occasionally, a Luigi will be jumping out from behind a coin block when you hit it.
This is easily seen hitting an infinite Multi-coin block.