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Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

If you head on over to your local Best Buy, you may spot a demo for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. It comes with three levels – two standard courses, and a third one featuring the dragon boss previously shown in trailers. Note that we can’t say for sure how many Best Buy locations currently have the Captain Toad demo.


Yep – Europe gets to keep the blue cover!

Those who purchase Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker from the Nintendo UK store will receive a special gift. Orders will come with a keychain featuring Toad himself. Since Nintendo doesn’t explicitly say “pre-order” in its tweet, I assume that some consumers will be able to nab the keychain if they purchase Captain Toad after launch as well.


Has the North American Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker boxart received an update? Apparently so!

Let’s take a look at the original boxart shared back in June:

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker box art

And here’s the new boxart found through a Nintendo game page listing:


Changing the boxart actually makes quite a bit of sense. It’s now in line with the Japanese packaging, pictured below:


Thanks to Jake for the tip.

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Who’s ready for adventure? Captain Toad certainly is, but he’s not the only one. Pink-pigtailed Toadette joins Captain Toad and makes her debut as a second playable character in portions of the upcoming Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker game.

Armed with a headlight and a can-do attitude, Captain Toad and Toadette must make their way through enemy-infested locales like Wild West shanties and Goomba waterparks. Each location is bursting with puzzles to solve and secrets to unearth. These heroes need to be extra clever in order to tackle these obstacles, since they can’t jump.

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