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Altitudinal Unlimiter

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Altitudinal Unlimiter
The Altitudinal Unlimiter.
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Hey! Pikmin. × 100
Weight 5
Maximum carriers 5 Pikmin
Location Bed of Fallen Leaves

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The Altitudinal Unlimiter is a treasure found in Hey! Pikmin. It is actually a gray clothespin.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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After the large Sparklium flower, you are presented with another branching path. The top path is guarded by a hydroe bramble that grows and retracts. When the hydroe bramble is not in your way, take the upper path (it may be necessary to wait it out). The treasure lies on top of a dirt block. After the dirt block is destroyed, it will land on the ground below, so make sure to be grounded as well, lest you get carried away by the wind before collecting it.


Hey! Pikmin logs

Throwing Winged Pikmin put a spring in my step, so I was very excited to find this device that makes me jump higher. I hopped on immediately and have no regrets, apart from the pain in my back.


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan Japanese スーパージャンプ台?
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Verhogingsveer Elevationspring
Flag of France French Catapulteur ascensionnel Ascending catapulter
Flag of Germany German Super-Sprungbrett Super Springboard
Flag of Italy Italian Catapulta ascensionale Ascending catapulter
Flag of Spain Spanish Catapulta metálica Metallic catapult

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