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Crush Nugget

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Crush Nugget
Pikmin 4 treasure
Treasure Catalog icon.
Icon for the Crush Nugget, from Pikmin 4's Treasure Catalog.
Series Nature's Candy Series
Value Icon that represents Sparklium on the wiki, based on the icon found in Pikmin 4. × 20
Weight 2
Maximum carriers 4
Locations Engulfed Castle, Frozen Inferno, The Mud Pit
Dandori Challenge stages Rockaway Cellars, Hefty Haulway
Dandori Battle stages None
Total amount 4

The Crush Nugget is a treasure found in Pikmin 4. It is actually a cherry tomato.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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The strategies shown are just suggestions.

Crackling Cauldron[edit]

There are two Crush nuggets inside the Scorchcake guarding the second landing sight in sublevel 2 of the Crackling Cauldron. To collect them you must kill the Scorchcake and then throw two Pikmin at each one It's recommended to move your base before collecting the treasures so the Pikmin carrying them can reach the base faster.

Engulfed Castle[edit]

There are two Crush Nuggets inside of the Bulborb at the center of sublevel 2 of the Engulfed Castle. To collect them, you must first defeat the Bulborb and the four Albino Dwarf Bulborbs surrounding it; then, throw 2 Pikmin at each treasure.

Frozen Inferno[edit]

There is a Crush Nugget hidden in the grass in the southwestern corner of sublevel 2 of the Frozen Inferno. To collect this treasure, you must throw 2 Pikmin at it. You will also need to destroy the ice block blocking the exit.

The Mud Pit[edit]

There is a Crush Nugget inside of a hydro jelly in the southeastern island of sublevel 2 of The Mud Pit. It is guarded by a Blizzarding Blowhog, which should be defeated before attempting to collect it. To collect this treasure, you must burst the hydro jelly, then throw 2 Pikmin at it.


Schnauz's notes[edit]

If a crush was a taste rather than a feeling, this fruit is where you'd go to experience it. The feeling starts small when you take that first bite and think, "Humph...I'm not so sure I like it." But then you take another bite...and another...only to discover that you not only like the taste but have come to love it. Suddenly you have a full-blown food crush on your hands! Just remember—many things in life are an acquired taste. So be sure to keep an open mind.

Olimar's notes[edit]

When I was a student, a girl in my class asked me to go shopping with her. It would have been rude to refuse, so I went. My friends kept hassling me, saying it was a date. It was so embarrassing! But come to think of it, my wife asked me out soon after that. I wonder if she was jealous...

Louie's notes[edit]

Yummy but not very filling.


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Names in other languages[edit]

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Language Name Meaning Notes
Flag of Japan Japanese スキノウチ?
Suki no Uchi
Clipping of 嫌よ嫌よも好きのうち?
Flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Chinese
Huánsuàn Xǐhuan
Like Them a Bit
Flag of China Chinese
Huánsuàn Xǐhuan
Like Them a Bit
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Aantrekkelijke klont Attractive lump
Flag of France French Pépite d'amourette Affair nugget
Flag of Germany German Schwärmerei-Nugget Enthusiasm Nugget
Flag of Italy Italian Pepita d'infatuazione Infatuation nugget
Flag of South Korea Korean 살짝쿵설렘
Light Thump Fluttering
Flag of Brazil Portuguese Gotinha de amor Droplet of love
Flag of Spain Spanish Gotita de amor Droplet of love

See also[edit]