Looking for Paper Mario: The Origami King cheats on Switch? Here we’ll list Paper Mario: The Origami King cheat codes and unlockables with tips for Nintendo’s new RPG game.
Here we will show you how to unlock all Paper Mario: The Origami King codes with a cheats list that’s valid for the Switch title (where available).
Take a look at the cheats below…
Paper Mario: The Origami King Cheats List Paper Mario: The Origami King Unlockables
What Unlockables Are There?: Toads aren’t the only things you can find stashed away. Use your confetti to repair holes torn in the landscape, whack suspicious spots with your hammer to find hidden items, and try your luck at minigames to earn in-game rewards. Leave no stone unturned as you travel the world in search of hidden secrets and treasures.
Poke around a bit to find Toads hidden in holes, under rocks, and disguised as origami creatures like bugs and butterflies. They can boost your battle audience and help repopulate Toad Town.
How To Get All Unlockables: Buy the following two Professor Toad gadgets from Shy Guy Salesmen to find most hidden unlockables on your first playthrough. Buy the two different trackers called Missing Toad Alert and Hidden Block Alert to find them all!
Tip: Get the 50% Discount Badge first, in order to make buying the two gadgets much cheaper.
Note: If you’re looking to gain extra coins, that there’s a handy item that keeps giving you 10,000 coins for progressing through the game’s areas.Its exact name escapes me, but its in-game description will say what it does.
Paper Mario: The Origami King 100% Completion Extra Scenes
What a 100% Completion Savegame Unlocks: If you do end up getting 100% of the secrets, unlockables and collectibles in Paper Mario: The Origami King, you’ll unlock an extra post-credits scene that commemorates those dear to you throughout this game.
After completing the game 100%, there’s also a second extra scene at the museum with the curator. Although this scene is more of a joke.
Paper Mario: The Origami King Tips and Tricks
1,000-Fold Arms Ability: Step into a magic circle to activate your 1,000-Fold Arms ability to extend your arms to interact with the environment and solve puzzles. Use motion control to move your arms around, then use the ZL & ZR buttons to peel back pieces of the environment! Follow the on-screen prompts to smack objects. And you can also use the 1,000-Fold Arms to land powerful hits during boss battles.
Intro Video Guide: From Autumn Mountain to the Scorching Sandpaper Desert, learn more about the world of Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Learn all about the World of Paper Mario: The Origami King! – Nintendo Switch
Basics Video Guide: Take a first look at all of the fun characters and exciting discoveries in Paper Mario: The Origami King! Our 2-dimensional hero begins his adventure.
A Closer Look at Paper Mario: The Origami King – Nintendo Switch
Gameplay Video Guide: Check out new gameplay from Paper Mario: The Origami King as the game’s developers at Nintendo Treehouse: Live take you through the start of the game while giving handy tips and tricks!
Paper Mario: The Origami King Gameplay – Nintendo Treehouse: Live | July 2020
Tip: While Ring Puzzles are optional to complete at the start of a battle, if solved correctly you get a useful 1.5 times damage boost.
Note: There will be 5 Partners you can pair up with in the game, they will help out if you mess up.
There are no Paper Mario: The Origami King cheats on Switch yet. So until they are discovered, we made the handy Paper Mario: The Origami King guides listed above to help you with tips and tricks for the game!
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