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    Good Morning Today we are making Toad in a Hole. We have our ingredients
    Eggs, wheat bread, butter, salt and pepper
    We have buttered the bread on one side
    Taken a small juice glass and cut a circle out
    We will put that on the stove
    Put a little olive oil in the pan and pre heat
    Put bread centers up on the side to toast
    Put eggs in the bread
    Frying in the pan
    We will turn these a few times
    Until the egg yolk is medium well done
    We will put those on the plate
    And have a good breakfast
    We were set on medium heat
    Electric and gas cook different speeds
    This is an old Will family tradition
    From Eagle Grove Iowa back in
    Put a little butter on the second side
    Turn over a few seconds
    And they will be done
    There is your Toad in the Hole Breakfast *** *** JUMBO Toad Minion from Mario Play Doh Toy Surprise Egg | Disney Princess Sofia My Little Pony - YouTube !!!
    are you in the club hey guys welcome back to the channel its Kaylee and today
    I'm here with a giant surprise egg with Toad medium in Eq
    he is princess to extols little friends or Princess Peach as you probably know
    her let's go ahead and I'm rappin and see what all the hype is very sad
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    little blue dress on and it also comes with this little golden goblet and then
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    boutique store shop and here is the little collectors guide and it looks
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    through there and put her on your backpack or water bottle wear anything
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    dog tags so you can get sticker sheet for you get a bigger she and a dog tag
    and there's twenty four different dog tags and the beautiful picture of
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    sparkly one thing goes straight she looks a lot like Pinkie Pie ok we've got
    some are surprised them out and we've got three left here
    me open at my prepared by bad credit favorite little piggy pig with his very
    first video that I did though I really kinda love her just throw that in there
    she is by herself and so that I got my name is and I wear red dress and I have
    a brother named told you to pep up she's dokie in fact fee I just love her and
    obviously I don't need to look at this sheets and know who this is but there is
    right next to George also collected
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    very much your welcome and next up I'm gonna open a Sofia the first fashion get
    lucky and get a feel for how lucky is that I don't know that her but her head
    kinda baubles she's got a light purple jacket size and her amulet with blu-ray
    here but she still has her light brown curly hair
    here and it looks like here she has brown eyes but blue eyes and a white
    crowd ok last surprise it is the Hello Katy monsters collection and I'm gonna
    go ahead and tell you about I'm really hoping for Hello Kitty which can look
    how cute that is she can't even see because of the brim of the hat but I get
    that one really happy and it is wow that was lucky and look she has her little
    red bow I don't have a broomstick oh my god i've been waiting to find this one
    forever I love it so here you ok guys that's all the prizes for this video but
    if you'd like to see more surprised I videos just like this one just click on
    the thumbs up and let me know in the comments what kind of surprises but you
    like to see more as I think this time my favorite would be this little Hello
    Kitty which keychain and what's your favorite this is Kaley for DTC and as
    always thanks for watching
    played *** *** Surinam Toad - YouTube !!!
    in the course have half a billion years of evolution
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    the next step
    for pioneering parents *** *** SURPRISE EGGS! Huge Toad Play-Doh Surprise Egg and a Golden Egg! - YouTube !!!
    hi guys are see here with fun playtime reviews I'm joined by wife Sandra and
    today we're going to open a huge totes uprising I'm so excited let's get
    started first let's take a closer look at total you're on the air actually
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    canoeing super easy even I can do it by the pond near you
    canoes are not that expensive ok
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    I like Italian sausage so this is some sweet Italian sausage
    that I could get outta here out out out so we're gonna brown the sausage first
    and to do that we're doing our
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    this *** *** Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Ultimate Analysis - Toadette Trailer (Secrets & Hidden Details) - YouTube !!! English English
    Nintendo recently unloaded a new Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker trailer--as well as a ton
    of screenshots--onto the world, and they showed off quite a few new things--some obvious and
    some a little more hidden. So you know what that means, it’s time to rev up the old
    analysis machine and see what secret treasures it can...track down. But of course, please
    make sure to watch our previous E3 analysis if you haven’t already, as we’ll only
    be covering the new stuff here. Alright, let’s get started
    So perhaps the biggest revelation is that Captain Toad won’t be searching for Treasure
    alone--well, not at first at least, as Toadette appears in the game as well. Now according
    to the trailer, the story is that Toad and Toadette were out searching for treasure one
    day, when a giant bird called Wingo appears unexpectedly and snatches their Power Star
    treasure away--as well as Toadette who’s clinging on for dear life.
    So obviously, this takes pretty early in the game--in fact, extremely early, because according
    to Nintendo’s press release, that Power Star is actually the first--and only--one
    that they had found up to that point. Which means we’re looking at the game’s very
    first level.
    And we know it’s an actual level, because the official Japanese website shows this level
    actually being played, complete with camera control. Although we use the term “level”
    loosely as there’s clearly not much to do here--at best, it might be a tutorial level
    helping you get used to the camera controls, with Toadette guiding Toad through and showing
    him the ropes. And we can tell she’s being controlled by the computer and will stop at
    pre-determined points and wave at Toad while she waits for him to catch up.
    Okay, so after the kidnapping, it’s of course up to Captain Toad to get Toadette and that
    Power Star back--and in fact, we can see him do just that later in the trailer, where he’s
    battling Wingo atop what appears to be the bird’s keep, where he stashes his stolen
    treasure. And if you look close, you can Toadette is clinging to the Power Star around his neck.
    And Nintendo’s press release clarifies that once you beat him in this fight, you’ll
    unlock Toadette as a playable character--which is probably why they’re both so happy in
    the trailer’s final scene, which appears to take place just after the battle since
    they’re standing on top of same pile of gold coins. And look, they even got their
    power-star back too.
    But it seems like Wingo’s not defeated yet, as the press release implies they’ll have
    to travel together through the remainder of the game’s
    good.
    Which makes sense given that, in the opening cutscene, Wingo has not just one Power Star,
    but two--the one around his neck, and the one that he steals from the Toads. So since
    it looks like you only get a single star for defeating him, we’re guessing you’ll only
    be awarded that 2nd Power Star in the final confrontation.
    Now there are a few interesting details about Wingo himself to point out. For one, does
    that feather in his cap look familiar to you? Well, it might because it looks just like
    the feather that allowed Mario to fly in Super Mario World--but what’s a bird need it for?
    He can already fly!
    Well, the way Wingo’s wearing it is actually reminiscent of another power-up--the Fire
    Flower from Super Mario Land 2. In that game, Mario would wear that same feather in his
    cap in the exact same way. And just as it gave Mario magic powers there, it might be
    the key to Wingo’s magic powers here.
    And we’re pretty sure he has some kind of magic because after he gets hit by Toad’s
    turnip, we can see all kinds of shapes fly out of him, such as Squares, Circles, and
    Triangles--which are the same shapes that can be seen from the magic-wielding Magikoopas.
    Now although we don’t actually see Wingo attack in this scene, it appears as if he
    may be preparing to, as the jewel on his turban turns pink and appears to be charging just
    before he gets hit. But since it returns to green immediately after, it looks like Toad’s
    attack interrupted the bird’s magical charge attack. The only other thing we wonder is
    if some of his attacks might be fire-based,since Mario also used fire when wearing that feather
    in his cap.
    Now besides this battle, it seems you’ll actually have another encounter with Wingo
    before rescuing Toadette, since a screenshot released by Nintendo of Europe shows Captain
    Toad encountering him on top of what appears to be an old castle--and look, there’s Toadette
    again hanging around his neck, which means she hasn’t been rescued yet either.
    But as it turns out, this same level is shown briefly in the trailer when Captain Toad has
    to fight against a wind gust...but wait a second. What’s that? Is that a feather?
    Yep, it’s the exact same type of feather seen in the Wingo screenshot, meaning he’s
    likely using his wings to create a wind-storm Captain Toad has to battle against, which
    we can actually see in action thanks to a screenshot from Nintendo UK’s Facebook page.
    And since Toad’s carrying a turnip, we’re guessing you may have to use them against
    Wingo here as well in order to counter his blow-attack.
    Also, do you see that blue switch behind Toad? Well, we can actually also see it in this
    screenshot, showing that wind-storm happens o the walkway here, after the initial encounter.
    And since we can see there’s another turnip even higher up, it seems like this may be
    an on-going thing throughout the level. Oh, and while we’re here, we can see one of
    the
    So we can’t help but wonder if this level is actually what leads to the encounter with
    Wingo on top of the tower. Yeah, the background may be dark and cloudy here, but the tower
    itself peeks up above the clouds, so of course it be clear-skies. And the tower’s architecture
    seems to be identical in theme to the castle as well, sharing the same brick pattern and
    color, which likely means this entire castle is his home.
    Okay that's enough about Wingo, let’s talk a little more about that Toadette, since not
    a lot has been revealed about how she’ll work--I mean, is she just an alternate character
    that you can choose to use on any mission after you rescue her, or will she have her
    own set of levels or challenges to explore?
    Well, even though we get multiple looks at the same levels in both the latest trailer
    and screenshots, in every scene from the same level, we only ever see either Captain Toad
    OR Toadette--never both. For instance, take the level Chute Scoot Slopes which is shown
    in the trailer, screenshots, and even a clip from the Official Japanese site--they all
    have one thing in common: they all have Toadette in them, with Captain Toad nowhere to be found!
    And this applied to every level we’ve seen. This suggests that each character may actually
    have their own set of missions-unless it’s all just a huge coincidence.
    Now we should mention that some of the levels we see Toadette in have been shown in the
    past with Captain Toad, but that was before Toadette was announced, that very well could
    have simply been for demonstration purposes.
    Okay, now so far, even level we’ve seen only ever shows one of the Toads in action
    at a time, unless it’s for story-based reasons, such as in the opening level or during the
    Wingo Boss Fight. But it there a chance some missions may make use of both you to switch
    off control between the two of them?
    Well, probably not--at least if the headlamp is anything to go by. Because as you’ve
    probably noticed, Captain Toad and Toadette can almost always be seen wearing a headlamp...except
    whenever they appear on-screen together, like in the opening level. This suggests that they
    only have the one headlamp to share between the two of them.
    And since the headlamp appears to be used to which Toad you’re in control of, such
    as in the opening level, we think this could rule out the possibility of being able to
    switch characters mid-mission.
    Although the fact they went this far to make that distinction might suggest that there
    will be even more levels where the other Toad will appear in some capacity--again, like
    during the Wingo boss fight.
    But then again, despite not having her own headlamp, she does have her own backpack,
    so maybe she’ll just pull one out from there when she needs to, if there is some kind of
    character switching mechanic, to show who you’re in control of. In fact, thanks to
    a clip from the official Japanese website, we can she that she will indeed put the headlamp
    on at the very start of the mission.
    Now Toadette won’t be the only familiar character to appear, as we can see other members
    of the Toad Brigade will appear, including Blue, yellow, and Green Toads. Although the
    Pink toad appears to be nowhere in sight. But their role appears to be pretty limited,
    as in this scene, we can see they only give up one of the level’s
    the only level we see all 3 of them in too, though we’d be very surprised if they don’t
    reappear throughout the game, as they did in Mario Galaxy.
    Now in this case specifically, we can see the challenge comes from just getting to them.
    Because in this scene, we can see they’re on an otherwise unreachable ledge. Yet in
    the clip where they award Toad the gem, that platform is now flush with the wooden walkway.
    And based on the fact that the portion of ground with the sign here can’t be seen,
    it seems that Toad somehow raised the walkway portion to be on the same level as the Brigade.
    Finally, did you notice the little details of each member, such as how Yellow Toad is
    still sleeping on the job, and the green one appears to be consulting a map? Nice little
    touch.
    Now besides the gem the Blue Toad gives to you, we can see what appears to be another
    directly beneath him. And in the other scene, we can see what might be the third just behind
    this corner. We can also see a Gold Mushroom down here--what is that though? Is it a special
    treasure?
    Then there’s this wall here blocking accept to a whole field full of plant--perhaps one
    of the nearby plants has a pick-ax you can use to break through? Or maybe you have to
    drop-in from the top?
    Also, did you notice Toad actually gets scared when the Shy Guy starts chasing him? That’s
    a cute little touch, but oddly, we’ve seen also Toad take on Shy Guys before without
    getting scared before too. So is it random, or is it proximity based similar to the ghosts
    in Luigi’s Mansion?
    Okay, so so far, we’ve discussed 3 different levels. The opening, Wingo’s castle, and
    now the one with the Toad brigade. But there are a ton of other new ones shown in the trailer,
    so let’s go ahead and breakdown all the ones we can find.
    But first, there are three levels since shown off in the trailer that Nintendo’s already
    fully played through on a recent Treehouse stream, being this tropical level, this lava
    one, as well as this hedge maze one. So since we’ve already seen these levels in full,
    there’s no point in us breaking them down further. Okay, so let’s move onto the juicy
    new stuff.
    First up we have three different jungle-like scenes that, at first glance, could be from
    2--or 3--different levels. And then there’s this beach scene. Well, what if I told you
    they’re all part of the same level? You see, one of the trailer’s scenes zooms out
    to reveal 25-levels in total. And if we zoom in on this one to bottom-left one, we can
    see the Power-Star with a Piranha Creeper form the
    Sprout enemy from the 2nd and 3rd scenes, and finally the beach down below.
    Now speaking of those Piranha Sprouts, they seem to be unique in that Toad can actually
    carry them around--in fact, based on the flower on their head, you can see that you’ll be
    able to pluck them from the ground just like the turnips. So we’re guessing they’ll
    be involved solving some of the game’s puzzles in some way. Perhaps you can roll it down
    the ramps to take out enemies, like the Piranha Creeper that guards the power star? And speaking
    of which, did you notice the dirt trail on the ground seems to show the path they’ll
    follow? Which in this case means you’d better grab that Power Star quick, as he’s going
    to wrap himself around it entirely.
    Finally, it looks like in order to fully explore this level, you’ll have to check out some
    underwater caverns along the back-side, complete with more Piranha Creepers.
    Next up, another scene shows off a level with a wooden platform while Toad’s being chased
    by several Blue Shy Guys, which at least confirms that multiple colors of Shy Guys will appear
    here as well--though like in other Mario games, they don’t see to behave any differently.
    Unfortunately, besides the visible blue switch and ladder here, there’s not much else we
    can tell about this stage...except for the fact that it also appears in the
    scene, in the top-right corner.
    And going off of that, we can see that there are actually at least
    we’re guessing will be used to raise and lower the block platforms, which would explain
    the odd gap beneath this one, as it provides a hole for it to drop into.
    In addition, it looks like there are some spikes on the ceiling here, meaning you may
    have to be careful when raising the platforms
    There’s also a flying platform around back which looks as if it may be how you reach
    the Power Star--and just as in Super Mario
    to make it fly up. Then there’s this odd little desert corner, complete with a cactus.
    And we can see a couple of gems nearby too.
    Next up we have this clip showcasing a library, as well as a new gameplay mechanic being the
    ability to rotate portions of the stage. To do so, you just need to stand on the floor-switch
    here to make a gear appear that you can turn by rotating it on the Gamepad’s touchscreen.
    In this case, we can see rotating it reveals a
    and then to the Power Star. But don’t spin it too quickly, otherwise you might miss the
    gem that appears between the two.
    Following that, we have this scene showing a night level filled with colorful platforms
    and at least a couple of Bullet Bill launchers. And thankfully, it too is shown in the grand
    25-level scene. And here we can see its true craziness, featuring multiple Bullet Bill
    launchers and Piranha Plants--both even on the walls. I mean, how on earth are you going
    to get to the Power Star here?
    Well, we know how--remember that gear-platform we just talked about? Yeah, well you can see
    it here too--so it seems you’ll have to rotate the platforms in this stage too.
    The next level shows off Toad using a pick-ax that he plucked from the ground in order to
    dig through the bricks underground--and it looks like you’ll be able to do the exact
    same with the bricks in the opposite wall too, as another plant is nearby.
    Now it’s pretty clear this level goes pretty deep--which a clip from the official Japanese
    website gives us a better look at, with Toad able to find additional pick-axes throughout.
    And speaking of which, did you notice how Toad didn’t even need to uproot the plant
    that the Pickax came from? Yep, it seems the Pick-ad will automatically dig things up for
    you too.
    Including Piranha Sprouts enemies, which are destroyed instantly.. Oh, and when you add
    in that there’s a whole other side, yeah there’s a lot to explore here. And speaking
    of which, we can just barely see part of it in this clip, which is underwater. And we
    might just barely be able to see one of the gems there. And if we go back to the website
    clip, we can see there’s yet another tunnel underneath that, though it appears you’ll
    have to go either go around the long way to get to it, or by digging through that other
    block pile we mentioned before
    And by the way, listen closely to the music that plays when Toad gets the pick-ax. Yep,
    that’s an updated version of the music that plays when Mario got the hammer in Donkey
    Kong--pretty cool huh?
    Following that, we get a look at a maze set in a palace, and it looks like you’ll start-off
    on this raised platform here since there seems to be no other way onto it. but more importantly,
    it’s also our first look at another new mechanic: The Double-Cherry from Super Mario
    3D World, which creates a duplicate Toad that responds exactly as the first one does. And
    we can see here that you’ll need to use both of them to depress a pair of P-switches
    at the same time, which will cause a wall to lower allowing both of you to escape. And
    btw, those P-Switches are orange instead of the usual blue, as you’ll see in the upcoming
    levels--which likely indicates that they come in pairs
    Now because the game forces you to solve that simple PP-Switch puzzle before continuing
    on, we think this may mark the first appearance of the Double Cherry in the game. Which also
    likely means this is one of the game’s earlier levels
    Now this is all we see of the level in the trailer...unless we take a look at that
    scene again.
    Okay, so once you have the double-cherry, you’ll both have to navigate through the
    maze and somehow make it to the Power Star around the back-side here. But how?
    Well, for that, let’s take a look at a couple of screenshots released from Nintendo of Europe.
    As we can see a platform directly beneath the Power Star with the number “
    it. So just like in 3D World, that means you’ll need to get both Toads onto that platform,
    in order for it to take you to the Power Star.
    But...how do you get to that platform from the maze? Well, do you see the red carpet
    that leads to that platform from within the palace?
    Keep it in mind as we take a look at this next screenshot. Do you see it there? Yep,
    there’s some red carpet just at the bottom of the screen, just below the platform you
    started on with the Double Cherry. But how do you get to it? Well, do you see that
    pair of P-Switches in the maze? We’re pretty sure that when you depress them with both
    Toads, the walls bordering the red carpet will lower, allowing you to drop right onto
    it--and we know this because those walls lacks the crenelations--you know, the bricks on
    top--that the rest of the walls have, except for the section that also dropped at the very
    start.
    And yeah, that red carpet eventually lead you to the platform and the Power Star.
    Now the maze isn’t quite as simple as it may seem, as a clip released on the official
    Japanese website also reveals a new mole-like enemy--he’ll sprout from the ground when
    you get close and then seems to run around. But why is he running away--do you need to
    catch him for some reason? After all, a screenshot from another level does show Toad seemingly
    plucking one from the ground--and he looks awfully happy? Maybe he’ll borrow elsewhere
    and you’ll have to sneak up on him?
    Regardless, this raises a question--what happens if you get hit? In Super Mario
    clone would simply disappear, and you could keep playing as long as there’s one left.
    But in this case, that would seem to be impossible since there’s no way to get back to the
    cherry, as far as we can tell. Which leads us to believe that if either of your Toads
    gets hit, they may actually take damage and shrink this time around--and if it happens
    again, it could be Game Over.
    Finally, did you notice the coins here that appear and disappear? That’s kind of weird.
    Okay, so I’m probably going to crazy if I have to read the rest of this script, so
    I’m going to hand it off to Derrick for a bit--but I’ll see you guys at the end!
    Derrick Time!
    Really Andre? It can’t be that bad. Let me show you how it’s done.
    Next up, we have a level based around a giant tree. And here we can see Toadette activate
    a geyser via the nearby P-Switch, which she can then ride to the top of the tree. By the
    way, did you notice the rainbow that appeared only when the geyser raised--that’s a neat
    touch! Anyways, this is yet another stage that appears in the
    take a look at it here.
    And right away we can see the Power Star is actually inside the tree itself. And we can
    even see the three gems, being in an underground alcove, inside the highest hollowed out log,
    and then around the backside here.
    But how do you get to that Power Star? Well, we think you may want to drop off the backside
    of the highest log in order to reach another P-Switch back here. But what does that P-Switch
    do exactly? There’s no other geysers around as far as we can tell. Maybe it spins the
    log around on top, allowing you to somehow drop from it onto the section here and reach
    the star?
    We can see the Ant Trooper enemies from Super Mario
    And if they work in the same way here, it’s possible you may be able to catch a ride on
    their head in order to reach otherwise unreachable areas.
    The next level we see is a rather colorful one, filled with Conkdors, also from Super
    Mario
    here, and 2 more in the back. And you’ll have to move quick
    to avoid being hit, which could make grabbing the gem right in front of the
    tricky.
    And speaking of tricky, we can see the Power Star is in the back there. But how the heck
    do you get to it? Well, we think we have some idea...Ultimately, it looks like you’ll
    want to take the warp pipe here, then drop off the ledge to reach the ladder below. You’ll
    then be able to reach this cylinder which we’re guessing will spin underneath your
    feet, based on the coins all around it. In fact, we’re pretty sure spinning it will
    causes it to travel along the track here, explaining the
    you’ll have to carefully dodge along the way. And then you’ll somehow drop from the
    Cylinder to the Power Star--we’re not quite sure how--maybe there’s a hole in the cylinder
    you’ll have to rotate into place, allowing you to drop inside and exit out the opening
    in the back?
    There’s just one problem with all this. A Conkdor is blocking the way to the ladder.
    But that’s where the other warp pipe comes in, which will seemingly allow you to onto
    the wheel here, which has an opening on the left side. So you might have to spin it around,
    drop inside through the opening, then rotate it again to drop to the platform below. From
    there, you can drop to a Blue Switch behind the Conkdor, which we think may cause that
    platform to rise taking you to the plant here. And based on the blocks, we’re guessing
    it’ll contain a Pickax allowing you to bust through them, and then drop down and take
    out the Conkdor here too.
    So yeah, it looks like a pretty puzzling course! No wonder the ground is made up of puzzle-pieces.
    Next up we have a level full of towers, which appears to take place atop a tower itself.
    And it seems you’ll be able to use the 3 P-Switches here in order to raise and lower
    the towers in an effort to reach the Power Star in the back. Now connecting the towers
    are a pair of magic carpets. And we think they may move around to different locations,
    which may be how you’ll get the coins and gem here--either that, or maybe you can throw
    a turnip to snag them
    Then there’s the locked door down here, similar to one we saw in the first trailer.
    But we still have no idea how you’ll unlock it--after all, there’s no key in sight.
    Another level is based all around the Beep Blocks from Super Mario
    they’ll disappear and reappear somewhere else every few seconds, which could make getting
    to the Power Star here a bit tricky. Adding to that is the fact that a Fire Brother can
    be found here too. We can also see two gems, one in the alcove here, and another floating
    in the space where a block will appear--we’re guessing you’ll have to throw a turnip at
    it to snag it.
    Okay, now we’ve already seen one full train level in the previous trailer, but we can
    now see the game will be getting another one--although the train itself is clearly still the Star
    Express based on the logo on the side. Only this time, the train is racing through some
    dark, creepy--almost underworld-like place, which might also explain the new creepy zombie-like
    enemies, which based on this scene, appear as if they’ll materialize from the ground
    at certain points. And they’re not alone, as we can see Flapdors will also appear here
    who’ll attempt to stomp anyone that gets close, as well as our first sighting of the
    Chargin’ Chuck enemy. But check this out--the Chargin Chuck actually takes out one of those
    zombie enemies while attempting to get at Toadette. So we think he may actually be essential
    to clearing out those enemies--after all, there are almost enough of them to form an
    opposing football team. So this could introduce an entirely new puzzle-mechanic, with you
    leading the Chargin’ Chucks around--and they might be the key to destroying the bricks
    found all over. And on top of that,that Zombie-enemy appears as if he may already be stunned at
    the very start of the clip, but how? Did Toadette throw something at him? Or maybe her headlamp
    will stun these creatures for a short time? Or perhaps she dropped on top of him from
    above. After all, there is a tunnel here that appears to lead to a ladder around the back
    which she can use to reach the platform above, containing the
    Now although the train itself is still the Star Express, the train cars themselves are
    actually entirely new. And there’s a new mechanic where you can actually separate the
    train cars from each other using the switches--which means if you don’t grab that gem there first,
    you might be out of luck. Now in both cases that we see this, the switch is at the back
    of the train car, but we can see a 3rd switch near the front of one here. We think it’s
    unlikely you’ll be able to disconnected the same train car that you’re on, so this
    must have some other role.
    But we’re not entirely sure why you’d want to do this, unless it’s one of the
    few ways to shake those Chargin Chucks off your tail, as we see here.
    Another new level, called Chute Scoot Slopes in the trailer, uses the same track-pieces
    as found in Super Mario 3D World’s Mario Kart level, only this time they function as
    one-way slides. Oh, and this time, the Mario Kart references have been dropped, as a clip
    from the official website confirms the classic music doesn’t return. And that clip actually
    reveals a lot more about the level--and by that, I mean it basically reveals the entire
    level.
    So it appears that you’ll start at the top of the level--which makes sense given that
    it’s a level based around slides. And we can see that the gear-platform we’ve mentioned
    before will play a critical role here, allowing you to rotate some of the slides into different
    positions, with Toadette rotating the slide in order to reach the blue platform below.
    But it appears she could also rotate it to the left in order to reach the lower platform,
    containing one of several Chargin Chucks in the level. And like with the train level,
    we think you may have to use them to bust through the all of the bricks found throughout
    the level.
    At any rate, after Toadette takes the side, there’s another gear-platform there which
    she’ll have to rotate if she wants to grab the gem on the slide here without falling
    into the abyss. And we can see this from a different angle thanks to an image from Nintendo's
    UK Facebook page, which also reveals the location of a gem before too, just below the starting
    platform.
    Anyway, that slide will take her to an area containing a
    rotate a yellow slide to connect with the level’s final slide which leads to a gem,
    as well as the level’s Power Star, which a Chargin Chuck is guarding. But also, did
    you notice the Gold Mushroom up on the right ridge? How the heck do you get to that? Well,
    we have an idea--earlier in the level, you can actually see the goal far below, so it
    seems like there’s some spot in the level that you’ll be able to drop right onto it.
    Hell, perhaps you’ll have to rotate one of the slides into just the right position.
    And that slide may be a green one that we haven’t yet seen. Wait, how do we know there’s
    a green one? Well, we can see the level is built around four colors Red, Blue, Yellow,
    and green--and since the first three already have slides that you can rotate, we think
    it’s a safe bet green will too
    Next up, we have this rather vibrant level based around a Pinball machine in the sky,
    with Captain Toad & Toadette taking the place of the Pinball, referred to in the trailer
    as Razzle Dazzle Slider. Now though we get a glimpse of the cannon that’ll launch you
    to the top in the trailer, a zoomed-out picture from Nintendo UK’s Facebook page reveals
    that it’s actually a cannon-topped Clear Pipe--and that there’s actually one on either
    side. Now after being launched to the top, it looks like you’ll be able to walk around
    on the platform and choose where exactly to drop onto the Pinball table and begin sliding
    down it--as shown here in another shot.
    Now this table seems to have a clear celestial theme, what with it being based in the sky,
    the giant star at the top of the table, and the fact that Star-shaped fireworks even go
    off in the background. And speaking of stars--where is the Power Star? Well, going off of the
    zoomed-out shot again, we can see it waiting in a gated-off area at the very bottom, but
    how do you get to it? Well, we think the goomba artwork on the side of the table offers a
    clue--see the two ? Blocks, with one having been activated? Well, we think that correlates
    to the 5 black buttons at the base of the table--we think that sliding past one may
    light it up, and that activating all 5 will lower the gate guarding the Power Star. Now
    since there’s no wall to catch you by those buttons, this likely means you’ll continue
    to slide right past them meaning you won’t be able to simply walk from one to the other.
    So unless you can trigger more than one at a time by sliding between them, you’ll probably
    have to be making at least 5-trips down the table.
    And even that’s not going to be easy, as there are a host of hazards along the way,
    including Piranha Plants, bumpers, and holes in the table from which Ant Troopers travel
    between. But we’re guessing it’s no big deal if you drop into either of those holes,
    as it appears they’ll lead to these three exits near the cannons. In fact, you might
    actually have to drop inside in order to snag the
    on the table itself, here and here. Now about those gems...well, the one down here seems
    impossible to slide into, since it’s blocked by a wall above. But check this out--you see
    the coin trail just behind it? Well, if we follow it, it leads right to this hole. And
    if we freeze the trailer right here, we can see what might just be the lip of a cannon--meaning
    landing in it will not only launch you through the coins, but to that gem too. So we wouldn’t
    be surprised if the circular hole on the other side also has a cannon .
    As for that other gem--well it, as well as the nearby coins, are all surrounded by a
    rotating gate, meaning you’ll have to time your slide well to slip inside.
    Now there is something interesting about the trio of Piranha Plants right here--and that’s
    the fact that the right one is missing in this screenshot. In fact, based on the stars,
    it looks like Toadette just destroyed it by sliding right through it. So maybe Piranha
    Plants won’t actually be that big of a hazard here, though perhaps you’ll only be able
    to slide through them at certain times, such as when their mouth is closed?
    Okay, and that covers if for the Pinball table--and actually, every other level shown off in the
    trailer...well, sort of.
    Because as Andre mentioned before, there’s this pesky scene which actually shows off
    25-levels at once. Now we’ve already talked about some of them as they’re shown elsewhere
    in the trailer--and some others are actually from the first trailer. But as for the rest...well,
    I guess we’d better start going through them. But keep in mind the clips of each level
    are really small, so the image quality’s going to get a bit rough.
    And let’s start in the top-left corner, which showcases a dark level with more of
    those spiked-wall enemies we saw in the tower level from the first trailer. And thankfully,
    a few of the released screenshots give us an even better look at it. And we can see
    you’ll actually be able to use those spiked-enemies as platforms in order to eventually reach
    the Power Star at the top of the level
    In addition, we can see one of the gems here, as well as another locked door--and if we
    take a look at the very start of the clip we can actually see where it leads! Which
    is to a small cavern with a pair of spiked-enemies that you’ll evidently have to catch a ride
    on in order to reach a purple pipe on the other side. But we have no idea where it leads
    to, since we can’t find an exit for it anywhere. But we can see a
    the Power Star as the camera rotates. Also, check this out--remember the Peepa’s who
    move in a circle? Well, you can actually see their silhouettes through the wall
    Oh, and in case you’re wondering, this recently released screenshot actually is from this
    same level. It’s so Zen.
    Moving on, to the right of that stage, we can see a ruins-themed level, complete with
    Walleye enemies, which you’ll have to work past to reach the Power Star at the top. And
    thankfully, this is another stage that we get a better look at due to a recent screenshot,
    and here we can see this side of the level has four giant gears, with the outside pair
    apparently able to be controlled via the gear on the left, while we’re guessing another
    on the opposite side will control the other
    side of the level has a pair of gears and control gear all its own too.
    Now interestingly, we can’t actually see any gems here at all, so either Toadette has
    already found them, or they’re really well-hidden. After all, there is the purple pipe down here
    that clearly leads somewhere, and there is an odd gap directly below it--as well as opening
    in the wall on the back-side.
    Next up is a stage that takes place in the clouds, and features the rolling hills from
    Super Mario 3D World...well sort of, because these ones are a bit different! In
    they would turn by themselves, but here, it looks like they only spin when Toad runs on
    them, as the other two are stationary. Now on each of those wheels is a blue-platform.
    The first 2 are pretty obvious, but you can just barely see the
    seems this level will revolve--quite literally--around rotating each segment to line up the three
    pieces, allowing you to cross over them from the Blue Pipe here to the Power Star
    And speaking of blue things--we can just barely see the Blue Toad from the Toad Brigade hanging
    out down here too, which confirms at least he will appear in more than one level. So
    does he just award another gem here as well? And where’s the rest of the Toad Brigade
    anyway?
    Following that, we get a glimpse of another topical-like level filled with Piranha Creepers.
    And we can see that you’ll have to climb a series of ladders in order to reach the
    Power Star at the top, but it’s blocked by a large bricks. How do you get past that?!
    Well, do you see that blue handle there? A recent screenshot shows what happens if you
    pull on it--a turnip launching cannon will appear, which we’re guessing Toad will pilot
    from the inside seeing as he’s no where to be found. So it appears that you’ll be
    able to use it to blow that brick apartm as we can see it being destroyed here--and we
    wouldn’t be surprised if you’re able to use it against the nearby Piranha Creeper
    and Klapdor enemies. It also appears as if the cannon will be able to shoot turnips in
    rapid-fire, based on the fact we can see 3-on the screen currently. We also can’t help
    but wonder if that’s how you’ll snag the gem in the high alcove here, as there seems
    to be no other way to reach it from what we can tell.
    Finally, if we go back to the clip again, we can see there’s a hidden area that a
    Purple Pipe leads to, coming from beneath the stage, but we have no idea where the other
    end is--perhaps it’s what’s found on the other side of this opening?
    Next up is a rather interesting stage built almost entirely out of blocks. And it appears
    that the entire block-structure will rotate
    degrees automatically every few seconds,
    as we don’t see Toadette interacting with anything to cause it. In fact, the only part
    of the stage that doesn’t rotate is the platform where the Power Star can be found.
    Now as far as we can tell, those blocks aren’t interconnected at all, meaning the only way
    to get around is by dropping from one to the neft, which will require careful use of the
    walkways that protrude from both the front and backsides of each of the colored blocks.
    And we’re guessing you’ll have to do a fair amount of maneuvering if you want to
    snag all 3 gems that we can see from the backside angle. Now interestingly, all of the non-colored
    blocks appear to be solid--except for this one at the bottom here, which looks as if
    it contains a gold mushroom.
    Next up is a double-decker level, and we can see a floating platform below that connects
    them. And actually, we can see a 2nd one on the opposite side of the stage at the very
    end of the clip.
    And once on that top floor, it looks like you’ll want to drop through the hole in
    the floor in order to reach the Power Star. Enemy-wise, it looks like you’ll have to
    watch out for Biddy Budds on the top floor, as well as Fuzzies on the lower one
    Moving on is a lava-filled world, where you’ll have to avoid Charvaarghs that leap between
    pairs of gates in the floor. Beyond them, you’ll also have to be careful when crossing
    the many spinning platforms in the level, especially if you want to nab the gem at the
    top here, which requires crossing a spinning log. And in case you’re wondering how you
    get up there, there appears to be another one of those flying platforms around the backside.
    And we can see what appears to be a 2nd gem just left of it, and the
    the front. And of course, it’s pretty hard to miss the Power Star.
    Next up is a rather unique looking stage, consisting of several differently colored
    section. Now there really isn’t a lot that we can see, besides the fact that it looks
    like a fair amount of it might take place inside the interior, with various windows
    providing a peek inside. And once again, the Power Star can be found at the top--but look,
    how the heck do you reach it? Is there a platform you can raise to fill the gap? Or is there
    someway to get enough speed off the ramp to cross it instead?
    Following that, we have a rather tall level build out of wood--
    Star is found near the top. And it seems easy enough to reach, with the stairs leading right
    to it. But oddly, there’s also a number
    wait, that #2 platform means that there must be a Double-Cherry around here too! And sure
    enough, we can see one right next to the tree here. But that’s not all, as there’s another
    Double-Cherry on an even lower level, which means you could have a potential
    But wait--check this out. There’s actually a number
    there has to be a 3rd Double Cherry lurking somewhere we can’t see.
    Now from what we can tell, the only place that #
    here--again, right next to the Power Star. But with so many ways to reach it, there must
    be something we’re missing...after all, the entire level appears to be connected via
    the staircases, so what are the numbered platforms & double-cherries for exactly? Maybe they’re
    needed to get the gems instead? After all, there is an odd sloped platform above the
    star here--perhaps that #4 platform will actually take you all the way up to it, where perhaps
    a gem can be found?
    Oh, and by the way, there appears to be yet another number-
    to a tree stump--but where does that one go? It doesn’t look like there’s anywhere
    for it to go overhead, so maybe it’ll drop below? It’s clear there’s a few odd-things
    going on in this level.
    The next level on that massive grid appears to be another ruins-type, and it’s filled
    with Piranha Sprout as well as a bunch of P-Switches--I’m not kidding--I counted

    of them. And we’re pretty sure those switches will raise and lower the columns all over
    the level, particularly as we can even see gaps beneath some of them that they would
    slide into. And we can even see here how that might open additional passages. On top of
    that--literally--we can see some of the Piranha Spouts will be affected too. And speaking
    of those Piranha Spouts, we wonder if you may have to toss one of them at the gem floating
    here in order to grab it. At least the 2nd one here seems a bit simpler.
    Next up is a level based almost entirely around clear pipes--I mean, just look at that maze!
    Now your ultimate goal is, of course, the Power Star on the opposite side, and it appears
    there are at least 2-ways to get there. But along the way, you’ll also be able to collect
    coins, the 3 gems here, here, and here, as well as a Gold Mushroom up here. But you’ll
    also have to watch out for 3-sets of Fuzzies that make their way through the pipes too.
    However, it appears you’ll actually be able to fight back against them this time thanks
    to the Pick-ax you can pick-up over here.
    The next level shows a tower that you’ll start on the top level of, with the Power
    Star on the floor directly below, which it looks like you’ll have to come at from underneath,
    via the ladder here. Now that tower is surrounded by hedges, in which you’ll be able to find
    as least 2 gems and some Piranha Sprouts, as well as at least
    raise and lower two sets of gates, as shown in this clip from the official japanese website.
    On top of that, we can see they will also raise and lower a gate blocking the entrance
    into the tower--tricky!!
    And holy crap, we’re still not done!? Man Andre, I gotta tag you back in for the rest
    of this!
    Aw man, do I have to? Please. Pretty please. Ugh, fine.
    Alright, so moving on we get a look at a level that takes place in the night sky, with the
    Power Star--surprise surprise--being found on top of it all. Now there are also some
    blocks that you should be able to move around using the Gamepad--but some of them have Bullet
    Bill launchers resting on top, which means you’ll have to watch out for Bullet Bills
    at different levels. And speaking of Bullet Bills, check this out--there appear to be
    Bullet Bills firing from this block. What’s going on there--there doesn’t seem to be
    a launcher there. It almost looks as if they’re emerging from a portal, so could these blocks
    double as warp-points for Bullet Bills too?
    Finally, we can see the ground is covered in a blue lava material that will almost certainly
    kill you if you touch it, as in
    Next up, we have this rather crazy looking stage made up of various pieces that slide
    back and forth. But even cooler is the explanation given for it, because at the end of the clip,
    we can see a giant key on the backside turning, as if it were a wind-up toy. Now the Power
    Star appears to be nowhere in sight, so it could be hidden inside the temple, but we
    can see at least one gem located on the side of the level.
    The next level is made up of a blue and orange platform that’s patrolled by
    Para Biddy Buds, 2 groups just before the Power Star, a trio guarding the gem here,
    and another group circling a 2nd gem. As for the
    But how do you get to them? We’re not entirely sure, but if you look close at the blue platform,you
    can see what appears to be at least two partial openings, suggesting the platforms will move
    in some way making them accessible. But even then, how will you get past the Biddy buds?
    We’re guessing there might be a Pick-ax somewhere around here...
    Oh my god. We’ve finally made it to the final level on this
    Phew. So this final one appears to be themed to the Japanese Temple levels from Super Mario
    3D World, and like in that level, you’ll have to watch out for spike-traps, as well
    as Spike enemies who throw spiked logs--yep, there are a lot of spikes here! We can also
    see some green arrow-platforms here, which if they function like in
    be able to move them in one of 2-directions by stepping onto either side.
    Am...am I done? Am I finally finished with the analysis?! No, you mean there’s even
    more levels revealed in Nintendo of Europe’s FB pics? Ughghgh, alright, let’s take a
    look.
    So first up, we have a couple of pics of a level that looks similar to the haunted house
    we’ve seen before. But this level does appear to be entirely new, as the chimney and staircase
    aren’t in the previous level. And we can see that the zombie-like enemies will play
    a major role here as well.
    But beyond this, a third screenshot shows what appears to be the top part of that level,
    based on the similar sky and the same brick building. And in case there were any doubt--you
    see all the purple blocks here--well, we can just barely see one of them at the top of
    the screenshot too. So it looks like you’ll be able to take a Blue-pipe from below to
    reach this area--but then what?
    I mean, there is a gem floating out in the open--how do you get to it? Well, it’s clear
    you’ll be able to traverse this area in some way based on the floating arrow signs.
    Could there be an invisible path here perhaps? Or, maybe that lift-looking thing functions
    like a Wonkavator, allowing you to hover side-to-side.
    We’re really not sure, but it does look like that lift is resting on some kind of
    platform or switch--one that looks very similar to the one Toadette is standing on here. Is
    that how you summon or perhaps control it?
    And speaking of haunted house, another picture appears to show off yet another haunted house-type
    level. And we know it’s a different one because we can just barely see a window high
    up the wall, and the sky visible through it doesn’t match either of the other two. Now
    just left of that, we can see what appears to be an empty picture-frame--could that be
    where the Boos came from? And of course, we can see yet again that they’re vulnerable
    to the light from your headlamp.
    Finally, there’s this screenshot that shows a Shy Guy in what appears to be some kind
    of dark Temple. And as far as we can tell, it too doesn’t match up with any other existing
    level, but there’s not much else to go off of besides the fact that lighting will be
    extremely limited, with only the occasional torch and your headlight providing illumination.
    Phew, and that finally covers it for all the new levels...I think! But there is one picture
    that provides a little more insight into a stage we already knew about. So based on the
    the full-moon, gray sky, and hexagon shaped platform, we can tell this is actually the
    top of the tower that we saw back in the first trailer. So it looks like you’ll be able
    to use a Turnip cannon there in order to fight off the level’s magikoopas--perhaps that’s
    how you unlock the locked door below? By defeating them all? Oh, and then there’s this short
    scene from the trailer which, based on the moon, could be part of the same level too--though
    we’re not sure how. Or maybe this is yet another new level that we don’t know much
    else about.
    Okay, so so far, we’ve broken down
    levels in this video alone, if you don’t count
    the one we literally just mentioned. And if we add to that the
    steam, as well as the
    from the E3 newest trailer, that means we now know of
    levels
    in total.
    And since Nintendo’s trailer itself confirms there are more than
    there are at least 22-levels we haven’t seen at all--and probably more!
    Now in our previous analysis, we had noted that, at least in the E
    the level by flipping through pages in a book. And at the time, we noted that there were
    20-pages in the book, meaning it represented
    Now obviously,
    pages isn't enough to contain more than
    be spread among different books of 20-pages each? If so, that could mean there will be

    And speaking of the books, we had previously noted that the
    level would be displayed here, but we weren’t sure what this giant blank spot could be for.
    But now we can’t help but wonder if that’s where the Gold Mushroom that we pointed out
    in a few stages might go. It’s the only thing that would seem to fit so far, although
    it would mean there’d have to be 1-hidden in every stage which doesn’t seem to be
    the case--unless they really are that well hidden.
    Now something else we pointed out before was that each level had a name in the E
    such as Mystery Mansion Doorway Drama here. But in the latest trailer, a different title
    appeared for that stage, now seemingly called Bizarre Doors of Boo mansion. Similarly, Star
    Express Sneak Attack was renamed to Blizzard on the Star Express, and Magma Mountain Time
    to Climb is now The King of Pyropuff Peak. yeah, it’s nothing earth shattering, but
    it seems all of the titles at E3 may really have just been placeholders.
    And speaking of things that have changed...
    Okay, so in addition to new levels, the trailer also showcases several levels that were previously
    shown off at E3. But they look a bit different this time around...take this level for instance,
    which appears to be Walleye Temple: Steal the Star, as it was known at E
    one key difference--it now takes place in the evening, instead of mid-day such as it
    was at E3. Otherwise, the level appears to be identical.
    Then we have this level, which was also shown in the previous trailer. Except then, the
    Red and Gold pipes were both green. Oh, and the background was different then too being
    blue, instead of green. And they’ve also now added
    as some bricks and the gold mushroom we noted before
    And those gameplay changes continue with the Blizzard on the Star Express, which now as
    Flapdors on-board, instead of the Cat Goombas during E
    Finally, let’s take a look at Mushy Monument: Mayday! Now this level was pretty unique in
    our previous analysis, because we pointed out that there appeared to be
    it originally: one with just 1 Shy Guy, and another with
    yet a
    Shy Guys, as well as
    So what’s going on here? It’s possible that the levels have just been updated since
    E3, and we’re now looking at their final versions. But of course, original idea of
    there being multiple versions of each stage is still possible too, especially if you’re
    able to say, revisit levels as the other Toad.
    Okay, we’re nearly done here but there’s still just a couple of things I wanted to
    point out.
    For 1) In this scene from Bizarre Doors of Boo mansion, we can see a poster on the wall.
    And if we zoom in, we can see it looks like a Wanted sign for Wingo. So it seems that
    Captain Toad’s not the only who who’s had his treasure stolen.
    And speaking of Wingo, we can see he’s been added to the game’s logo--along with Toadette
    and a few other tweaks, such as the gem here being replaced by a Power Star, and Toad now
    looking back at the dragon chasing him.
    And while we’re on the topic of the dragon--since we now know he’s no longer the main antagonist,
    we can’t help but revisit our idea that he may actually help you at some point after
    you defeat him, as suggested in the original trailer with Captain Toad catching a ride
    on him.
    And the latest trailer provides an additional glimpse of that scene with ? Blocks appearing.
    On top of that, a recent screenshot shows off even more, including enemies like hammer
    bros and Bullet Bills, as well as coins--which basically confirms this is in fact a level
    and not just a cutscene. But how does it play? Do you control the dragon directly?
    So could the two actually be working together toward a common goal, with taking down Wingo?
    It would make some sense given the dragon has wings, which we haven’t seen him really
    use otherwise--what if you have to fly with him to wherever Wingo is hiding?
    And as you may have noticed, it’s actually Toadette riding him instead of Captain Toad--what
    if it’s her turn to go rescue him?
    Oh. and all that lava, we wouldn't be surprised to find out this level comes near the end
    of the game.
    Finally, in our previous analysis, we pointed out a bunch of similarities to Super Mario
    bros. 2. And that continues this time with this level, which has Onion domes reminiscent
    of an Arabian palace--which is similar to Wart’s Palace from Super Mario bros.
    So could he be the true villain here? Well, probably not, but hey, we had to end on a
    high-note
    And with that,we're done covering everything we could dig up on Captain Toad: treasure
    Tracker. But as usual, let us know if we missed anything by posting in the comments below.
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